The American series “Homeland” will be broadcast one last time next summer for its eighth season. It has met with great success in France
The American series with many rewards “Homeland” will end after its eighth season, to be released from June 2019 , according to his Twitter account.
— Homeland (@SHO_Homeland) August 6, 2018
David Nevins, head of Showtime channel, said Monday during a meeting with television critics: “I do not want to hear the word + cancellation +. (The creator and producer) Alex Gansa will lead the series to a real conclusion, according to statements reported by several media.
This will be the end of the adventures of Carrie Mathison, former CIA bipolar agent played by Claire Danes, and her mentor Saul Berenson, played by Mandy Patinkin .
Eight Emmy Awards and five Golden Globes
Inspired by the Israeli series “Hatufim, Prisoners of War”, “Homeland” was hailed when it appeared on small screens in 2011 and quickly marked a turning point for the cable channel Showtime.
The series has counted many fans, including former US President Barak Obama, and has won eight Emmy Awards and five Golden Globes . But it was also criticized for her portrayal of Muslims, until she was called “the most Islamophobic serial” on television.
In 2015, three street artists hired by the producers to make the setting more realistic by drawing tags on the walls of a set had seized the opportunity to accuse the hit series of racism via a graffiti that had gone unnoticed in a episode of the fifth season.