The upcoming television drama series Homeland is moving at great pace with major changes lined up for its next season. Carrie will move ahead in the series as a former CIA agent who engages herself in several tough situations during the time span of presidential election along with a ‘suspect’ terrorist who is held on charges of attacking the nation. Homeland Season 6 will showcase Carrie balancing her professional as well as personal lives (which comes as agreat surprise) in her own ways.
Likewise,previous seasons, Carrie has always dwindling between mean CIA mates as well as hardcore terrorists henceforth battling day in and day out with her professional and personal sides. Giving up her personal life completely despite being the mother of a girl, she leaves Frannie with her sister to look after and raise the child. Hopping from one corner to another in various nations, Carrie let loose after the demise of her beau which was undoubtedly very difficult to deal with.
Frannie has grown up as a kid under the care and protection of Carrie’s sister, who has regularly given advice to her regarding her personal life henceforth giving time to the child, raising her, as well as helping her nurturing Frannie. Now, as she begins to settle down in one place, life in Brooklyn might be very different from the past. Having spent the most part of her life on the field across Virginia, Afghanistan, Istanbul and so on, Carrie’s life will come to a standstill after she starts discovering her role as a Mother as well as an Ex-CIA agent.
As per the developers Howard Gordon and Alex Gansa, Frannie’s role will become rather important in Homeland Season 6 and she will have more screen space as compared to the previous seasons. Handling Frannie at home alongside suspect terrorists along with mean agents from CIA would definitely be a roller coaster ride for Carrie in the upcoming episodes of Homeland Season 6. Viewers can witness the pressure of the oncoming situation as “Fair Game” (the title of the first episode of Homeland Season 6) will air on January 15, 2017, on Showtime at 9/8 central.