The episode eerily and effectively depicts how stories can be orchestrated and flipped on a dime.
The episode plunges head-on into the murkiness of doubt that even the show’s heroes act like villains.
The latest episode of Homeland is clear, measured, and deliberate in its critique of American policies.
One’s enjoyment of “The Star” and, really, the entire third season of Homeland boils down to whether one is a fan of redemption stories.
For three seasons, Homeland has been having it both ways with the exceedingly charismatic Damian Lewis.
Ultimately, it isn’t luck or faith that Homeland is interested in, but humanity.
“Gerontion” could succeed as nothing more than a forum for discussing the pros and cons of the “ends justify the means” idiom.
Based on the title of this week’s episode of Homeland, the question seems to be how much anyone can actually know, or be “positive” about.
“The Yoga Play,” both the episode and the spy tactic that Carrie uses within it, is little more than a distraction.
Co-written by Bobby Moresco, the script confronts prejudice with unvarnished nastiness.