Miss out on Homeland and want to know what all the hype is about? Or maybe you just want to watch it again but don't want to shell out the cash for the Blu-Ray or DVD set?
You're in luck. Showtime has announced that first season of Homeland will be replaying in its entirety the day before the second season premieres. Beginning Saturday, September 29th at 12:00 p.m. and running all day, viewers can watch all 12 episodes and see if Carrie Mathison can stop Nicholas Brody - or if he has even turned against America.
Here are the times, episode titles and descriptions of all the goodness you get to experience:
12:00 pm - "Pilot"
When former Marine Sergeant Nicholas Brody (Damian Lewis) is rescued after being held in captivity for eight years in Afghanistan, CIA operations officer Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) believes he has been turned into a sleeper agent by Al-Qaeda after previously receiving intel that an American prisoner had been turned.
1:00 pm - "Grace"
Carrie continues to surveil Brody but is unable to follow his actions into his garage which is a blind spot, where Brody begins to perform an Islamic prayer. Meanwhile, Carrie receives visual confirmation from an undercover agent that shows Al-Qaeda member Abu Nazir on video meeting with the Royal Prince of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
2:00 pm - "Clean Skin"
The Brody family prepares for a television interview; Carrie's team closes in on an Al Qaeda plot.
3:00 pm - "Semper I"
The political powers that be make big plans for national hero Brody, but his increasingly erratic behavior threatens his media darling status; Carrie grows desperate for evidence linking Brody with Abu Nazir, as Saul directs her to focus on Nazir's money trail.
4:00 pm - "Blind Spot"
Brody confronts the lone survivor among the insurgents that held him, leading Carrie to believe she may be proved right about Brody once and for all - but Brody's reunion with his captor surprises everyone; the agency is hot on the trail of the lovers who bought a house near the airport with funds from a stolen necklace.
5:00 pm - "The Good Soldier"
Reeling after losing key players in Nazir's plot against America, the CIA orders polygraphs on everyone who came in contact with them, including Brody, which Carrie sees as an opportunity to finally learn the truth, results mostly in personal disclosures from Saul and David. Saul requests a transfer to the New Delhi Station, hoping to rekindle his relationship with his wife. Carrie's relationship with Brody becomes more personal. The lovers are on the run and being pursued by more than just the CIA.
6:00 pm - "The Weekend"
The relationship between Carrie and Brody becomes more complicated when they head into the countryside for the weekend, while Mike and Jessica face the fallout of the truth about their relationship, and Saul catches Aileen on the run to Mexico.
7:00 pm - "Achilles Heel"
As Carrie and Saul reel from the news that Walker is alive, the intelligence community clashes on the best way to capture him; Brody learns a shocking truth about his captivity.
8:00 pm - "Crossfire"
After his attempt to sever ties with Abu Nazir, Brody finds himself reliving his captivity and recommits to his mission; Carrie finds herself in the middle of a public relations nightmare on the heels of the mosque shooting.
9:00 pm - "Representative Brody"
Carrie and Saul identify Walker's contact in Washington but their target has diplomatic immunity; Brody is approached to run for a disgraced congressman's seat in the House of Representatives.
10:00 pm - "The Vest"
In the wake of the explosion, Saul finds Carrie hospitalized and manic, but realizes her chaotic theories have merit; before his congressional campaign begins, Brody takes his family on a weekend trip to Gettysburg, where he retrieves an important item.
11:00 pm - "Marine One" (90-minute season finale)
While Carrie is near catatonic and confined to bed, Saul investigates the unsettling implications of her timeline; Walker secures a perch for his mission; Brody makes his final preparations for the Vice President's policy summit at the State Department.