'Homeland': Check Out the First Trailer for Season 3
On September 29th, one of the most critically acclaimed series in Showtime history makes its triumphant return to primetime. The debut season brought home the Emmy for Best Drama Series, as well as acting awards for leads Claire Danes and Damian Lewis. While season two wasn't quite as universally praised as its precursor, 'Homeland' remains one of the crown jewels of both the Showtime line-up and premium cable in general.
Today brings with it the arrival of the first trailer for 'Homeland's third year, and it's sure to get fans' hearts started. Things kick off right away with a reprise of Carrie and Brody's emotional goodbye, which quickly dovetails into a montage of various characters dealing with the aftermath of the events of season two. Brody's family looks to be in shambles. Carrie is also seen testifying before congress. The trailer's most striking image has to be of Brody himself. The once dashing soldier and congressman appears to have taken noticeable steps to alter his appearance, most likely in an effort to keep the government off his trail. The full trailer can be seen below:
Attentive listeners may recognize the sorrowful song "To Build a Home" by 'The Cinematic Orchestra.' This track also memorably featured in the original trailers for NBC's short-lived drama 'Awake. Anyway, if the trailer is anything to go by, 'Homeland' doesn't like it's going to miss a beat in season three. Hopefully Time Warner Cable and CBS resolve their dispute by then, so that us TWC/BHN customers can actually watch the new episodes as they air.
Does this trailer make you want to check out the new season of 'Homeland'? If not, why not?
Homeland is an excellent, exciting, interesting and involving series. The values of the Middle East, versus the values of the West. How does a man return home after seven years of torture, brain washing, and physical and mental deprivation? What are the effects on his wife and family, his friends, his workmates and his physical and mental well-being?
This series is an outstanding portrayal of what all of the above interacts upon all involved.
Message Posted On Aug 10th, 2013, 6:58 am
LOOKS LIKE The same story---just let him be innocent asap-but guess there drag it out and out and-etc