I’ve been waiting for Homeland season 2 since I saw it at the cinema last month.
It was like watching a superhero film.
I was excited to see how they’d pull off the plot twists and turns that I’ve seen a million times before, but the real excitement came from the way Homeland went to town on the plot.
The season 2 finale, where they finally found the killer in a hotel, was the highlight of the series, and I couldn’t have been more excited to find out that this year, they’d take a completely different approach to the story.
For starters, Homeland is all about the characters, and they’re all really good.
I think the writers did a good job with the new show, and the characters are all well written, so this season should feel different from the first.
And, of course, they’re not going to be the only characters to get a new storyline.
In a weird way, this season feels like Homeland 2: The New Frontier, and Season 1 is a very good example of how to do it.
Season 2 is set in the distant future, after the 9/11 attacks, and is all in the mind of the main characters, Homeland Security agent Sarah Jennings and her boyfriend, Joe.
(Joe’s a spy, too, and he’s also the guy who killed his best friend.)
There’s also an old man who’s not a character on the show, but a regular guy who was killed in the first season.
These guys aren’t the only ones who are having a tough time.
They’re all having trouble with the fact that Homeland is an American institution.
They all feel that they are the only people who have been hurt by the terrorists and the government.
The show follows the adventures of Homeland’s characters as they navigate this world with new ideas and new faces.
It’s about their lives and their experiences, and it’s not just about a plot.
For all the new ideas Homeland is throwing out, it’s still all about a story.
That’s why Season 2 feels so fresh and exciting.
The cast and writers of the show are very experienced, and if you’ve been following the show since the second season, then you’ll feel right at home.
In fact, I think this season is actually better than the first, and some of the new characters that were introduced last season will feel like familiar ones.
The plot is a little simpler, and there’s no big reveal about the killer or the person who killed Joe, but all of the characters still feel like real people.
It feels like the show has really gotten back to basics.
And the characters seem to be having fun.
If you’re a fan of Homeland, then Season 2 should be just as exciting.
They’ve been doing this for years, so you should expect nothing but the best from the new Homeland season.