Showtime boss explains quiet 'Homeland' finale

December 22, 2014 5:55 PM

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Showtime boss explains quiet 'Homeland' finale

Homeland concluded its critically acclaimed and narratively refreshed fourth season Sunday night with an episode that took an uncharacteristically quiet approach to a season ender. Last night’s hour focused on Carrie (Claire Danes), Saul (Mandy Patinkin) and Peter’s (Rupert Friend) reentry into Washington D.C. after a traumatic tour in Pakistan that resulted in the loss of a regular character (Fara Sherazi). Peter attempted to develop a romantic connection with Carrie while Dar Adal (F. Murray Abraham) revealed the CIA’s Faustian bargain with a terrorist leader. Below Showtime president David Nevins shares some of his thoughts on the unconventional closing episode.

EW: Reaction to the Homeland finale seems split. Some feel disappointed the episode was “slow,” while others found the change of pace a refreshing and unusual approach. David Nevins: We went out of season three with this massive ending with the death of Brody and I think a show with this amount of p...

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