"Homeland" Season 6 now comes to an end that perfectly tells a real-life scenario that most people can relate to. The television series has been known for depicting real-life events without losing the touch of fictional thriller.
The crime thriller television series has been playing ambiguous to avoid giving too easy solutions or answers that fans would get quickly. According to CNN, if other TV dramas offer terrorism themes that feature the good and the bad, "Homeland" would make its viewers to choose the lesser evil between the two parties.
This is just what the show's season finale unveiled to its audience. Fans saw a coup against the newly president-elect Elizabeth Keane (Elizabeth Marvel) and a failed assassination plot. However, some worry that the new POTUS will be overstaying and a wash out might be happening as the result of everything that happened.
Moreover, "Homeland" Season 6's final episode surprised everyone with a shocking death of a fan-favorite character. It seemed like it is not a luck season for Peter Quinn (Rupert Friend) as he already took his final bow by saving Elizabeth and Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes).
Quinn died a hero as he caught every bullet to save Elizabeth and Carrie, The Independent reported. To recall, in the previous season, he suffered a brain hemorrhage after being used by the ISIS recruits in Berlin for a chemical weapon test.
Fans saw the CIA paramilitary officer in a different character suffering PTSD trying to reveal the conspiracy planned by Dar Adal (F. Murray Abraham). Hence, the final episode was full of twists and turns from the show's characters.
Here, Adal has been jailed for being part of the attempt to assassinate Elizabeth. Also, the new president may not be the good person as viewers thought as it has been seen that she only used Carrie to capture and arrest all the government officials. And this includes Saul Berenson (Mandy Patinkin).