When Homeland Season 7 premieres tonight, Homeland will be on Homeland’s final season.
But this season, it will be a whole new world of intrigue and action.
Season 7 will tell the story of a Homeland security team that faces the threat of terrorism in a post-9/11 world.
But it also will explore how Homeland and its characters, and their families, came to define what it means to be a American.
“The show’s story arc is about the journey of the team and their family,” said series creator David Mandel.
“It’s a really complicated story and a really moving story, and we wanted to tell that.”
Homeland is the first show in the series to tell its story through two different perspectives.
“You will not be seeing the show through the eyes of two different characters,” Mandel said.
“We’re bringing together the two worlds in this show and that’s what we want to do.”
Here are the main characters and their backgrounds in Homeland Season Seven: Laura, a Homeland Security agent who has to deal with the threat posed by a terrorist group called the Loto Group.
She is also the wife of former Homeland Security secretary and current Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson.
Laura’s son is an FBI agent who works with her on her team, which is trying to stop the Lotos.
The Loto are a group of terrorists who target people, especially civilians, because they want to kill them, but they also want to destroy the Homeland.
The agents work in a variety of ways.
They work with law enforcement, they work with the federal government and they also work with a private security company.
And when the threat comes to the city of Miami, the agents have to make a choice.
Are they to stand up to the terrorists and do their jobs, or to run and hide?
They’re in a very tough situation, especially when the government’s coming after them.
Laura and her team are fighting against a terrorist organization called the Blacklist, which also operates in the country.
But Laura’s mission in this series is much more than just stopping terrorists.
She wants to find out what happened to her son, who was kidnapped by the terrorists in his hometown.
Laura was a big part of the first season, helping to thwart the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center and helping save her son.
She also helped lead the fight against the Lots in the first half of the season.
The two-part premiere will air in the U.S. on September 9, the same night Homeland Season 6 ends.
Laura has become an FBI special agent, but that will change this season.
She’ll be working for the National Security Division, which she’s headed up.
She’s working with the FBI to investigate a major terrorist threat in Miami.
That threat is the Lota Group, a group that terrorizes the city by kidnapping people and using them to do their bidding.
Laura will also be working with Homeland to protect her son from the Lotas.
The series will be set in the year 2024.
It will explore what it is to be an American in a world that’s changed in a few years, and Laura’s story will have a huge impact on Homeland.
And she’ll be fighting against an organization that has become the world’s biggest threat to Homeland.
Laura won’t be able to do everything that Laura did in the past seasons.
She has a bigger workload, more responsibility and more threats.
But she can still help protect her team.
And if the Lotta attack is successful, it could mean the end of the world.
“There’s a lot going on in this world right now and Laura is one of those people who can help bring them together,” Mandell said.
That’s the mission Laura’s in for the season, and she’s going to have to fight with her team in order to do that.
In Homeland Season 5, the Lottos kidnapped Laura’s daughter, and they had to get rid of her and her son before the terrorist group did.
“What she’s facing right now is a completely different kind of threat,” Mandelsaid.
“That group is a lot bigger than the Looters and the Lotte.
And Laura is part of a group in this story, a team that is trying not only to protect Laura and the people of Miami but also to try to bring them to justice.”
But what about the terrorists that Laura’s team is trying too?
They want to take over the city and kill Laura.
But they’re not going to do it by themselves.
They’re going to need help.
The team will be aided by a number of different people, including a former Marine who is now a private investigator.
And that private investigator will have to be able, at some point, to put together a team to stop those terrorists.
And in addition to the threat from the terrorist organization, Homeland Season Season 7 also features the threats posed by