By DAVID CARROLL The Homeland series is set in the United States and follows the lives of two families as they traverse the country and its natural resources.
A major theme is that these families are “citizens,” not residents of a state.
The show is about “citizenship,” and the concept of a “citizens’ rights” is central to the series.
“When we look at the homeland and what the Homeland is, we are all the same.
It’s not that we’re all aliens, but that’s what it is,” Homeland creator Sam Schechter said at a panel at the Tribeca Film Festival.
“And that is that every one of us are citizens, just like the American citizens.”
“We’re all Americans” is the central theme of the Homeland series.
In the series, “citizens” are people who have lived in the U.S. for a period of time.
The Homeland is about the people who live in the country.
“You don’t need to have a specific nationality,” Schechters said.
“We all are Americans.
It is all about us, it is all right with the world, it’s all the time.”
“America is a dream,” Schecter said, “and it is a reality, and it is something that we live in, and that we have to live with.
That is what we’re trying to do with the Homeland.
We want to make it more real, we want to give it more meaning.”
“It’s the only place in the world where I think people feel safe and secure, which is a very different feeling than the other places,” Scheechters said, adding that the show was set in “a dystopian future.”
“In the Homeland, we’ve all been in this situation, we’re living in this country,” Schechtters said at the panel.
“So when you think of the American dream, what do you do when you have a country where you’re supposed to be American?
You’re supposed, you live, you work, you play.
And it’s important to us that we put our American identity in the story and in the show, so that it is not just about the homeland.” “
But we know that this is a fantasy and that people are not supposed to live in it.
And it’s important to us that we put our American identity in the story and in the show, so that it is not just about the homeland.”
Schechtsiter said Homeland’s creators have “taken the opportunity to think about how we live our lives here,” and they want to tell stories that reflect that.
“The Homeland is really about the way that you live your life here.
It doesn’t just have to be about the land,” Schechnters said during the panel, “It has to be a place of your family, a place where you can call your own.”
Schechttsiter also said Homeland was “about family,” which was something that was “a lot different” than other shows.
“In a lot of our shows, the family is the center of the story.
It tells the story of the show.
And we think that is the best way to tell the story,” Schecthers said.
The series is written and produced by Michael Che and Joe Weisberg, with executive producer Tom Schurman and showrunner Sam Schecters.
The first season was produced by CBS Television Studios and is set to premiere in fall 2017.
The second season will be available on streaming services on July 14, 2018.