Homeland: Season 7

Homeland: Season 7

Homeland: Season 7

Winner of Best TV Drama Series and Best Performance for lead Claire Danes at the 2012 and 2013 Golden Globes, this American crime drama follows a highly decorated bipolar CIA operative who unearths a web of conspiracies centred on a prisoner of war. Co-stars Mandy Patinkin in a four-time Emmy-nominated role.

2018USA
CrimeDrama

Streaming (1 Provider)

EPISODE 7.1

Enemy of the State

Carrie and Franny are living with Maggie's family in DC. Saul and the federal employees detained after the attempt on the President-elect's life are in prison. President Keane's administration comes under scrutiny.

EPISODE 7.2

Rebel Rebel

Carrie makes a discovery. Wellington protects Keane. O'Keefe continues to broadcast.

EPISODE 7.3

Standoff

Carrie has a distressing realization. Saul negotiates. Keane and Wellington disagree.

EPISODE 7.4

Like Bad at Things

Carrie follows a lead. Saul's situation goes from bad to worse.

EPISODE 7.5

Active Measures

Carrie puts a plan in motion. Saul visits a source. Keane makes a desperate plea.

EPISODE 7.6

Species Jump

Saul calls an old friend. Wellington has a problem. Carrie enjoys a win.

EPISODE 7.7

Andante

Carrie makes a move. Wellington has a reckoning. Saul expands an operation.

EPISODE 7.8

Lies, Amplifiers, F**king Twitter

Carrie and Saul interrogate a suspect. Wellington makes a play.

EPISODE 7.9

Useful Idiot

Carrie has problems at home. Meanwhile, Saul and Wellington work on Paley.

EPISODE 7.10

Clarity

Carrie needs to choose a side. Keane needs an ally. Saul has an idea.

EPISODE 7.11

All In

Saul's mission is a go. The clock ticks on the Keane administration.

EPISODE 7.12

Paean To The People

Carrie and Saul's mission doesn't go as planned. Elizabeth Keane fights for her presidency. Season finale.

Homeland: Season 7 / Reviews

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Captures the uncertain, unsteady mood of the nation, without any especially perceptive pieces of headline-ripping.

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CNN

CNN

Almost can't help but be entertaining, even if the program's best days are clearly behind it.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

Homeland is suffering from an identity crisis.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

It's a pleasure in the season premiere to watch her pulling her gear out of hiding, or duck into a hotel room and put on a disguise - it's like she's getting back into her own skin.

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Collider

Collider

Homeland is managing to find new ways to stay relevant alongside a political world that it both wants to mirror and subvert.

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Boston Globe

Boston Globe

These days, though, I find that there are far too many good shows in their prime to spend time on a worn-out but once-fine series.

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IndieWire

IndieWire

[A] fictional (yet studiously relevant) take on America.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

Cast and production still take it seriously, believe in it, and this comes across with every minute's viewing.

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Daily Telegraph

Daily Telegraph

After seven seasons, Showtime has refined the art of bringing us just the right sort of bonkers.

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