‘Homeland’ Season 4 Spoilers: ‘Major Reinvention’ Coming To 2014 Premiere; Will Brody Return In Flashback?
By Sara Guaglione | December 20, 2013 02:16 PM EST
"Homeland" season 4 will undergo a major reinvention when it premieres in 2014, new spoilers reveal. "Homeland" creator Alex Gansa spoke about what fans can expect when "Homeland" returns for season 4.
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After the shocking finale of "Homeland" season 3, Alex Gansa revealed new spoilers to Entertainment Weekly about where season 4 will go from here.
"There's no question this show is undergoing a major reinvention or reboot for season four," Gansa said.
And though Gansa admitted that he's "not thinking" about what exactly is coming yet when the show premieres fall 2014, he does have a few things in mind: Carrie will move to Istanbul to be a case officer in Turkey.
Entertainment Weekly asked why Gansa chose Istanbul for season 4.
"Only [Turkey's] proximity to Iran. They share a border, and it would be easier to run Javadi from that location. Also I hear it's a fabulous city to go shoot in," he said.
So will "Homeland" be shot on location in Istanbul?
"I don't know yet, honestly. There's so many variables. I think it would be very interesting to do a portion of the season overseas," he said.
Spoiler alert: Gansa previously confirmed that Brody truly was killed in Tehran, and will not return to "Homeland" season 4 in the land of the living. But could he return in a dream of Carrie's, or in a flashback?
"I would say highly doubtful. But you never know," Gansa told Entertainment Weekly.
One thing's for sure: Mandy Patinkin will return to "Homeland" to play Saul in season 4 as a series regular.
"Everybody should rest assured that Mandy Patinkin is coming back as a series regular. I can tell you that with 100 percent certainty," Gansa promised. "Although he's not at a desk at Langley anymore, the CIA does outsource a lot of jobs to private contractors. He's going to be in that circle. He's still in the intelligence-gathering profession and the CIA could use somebody of his immense skills and knowledge for various intelligence work."
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