Critic Consensus: Homeland is proving itself one of the best thrillers on television, as its second season ratchets up the tension and benefits from increased chemistry between its stars.
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Months after undergoing electroconvulsive therapy, Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) is living a relatively peaceful life with her father and sister as the second series of the conspiracy thriller begins. But her mental health is threatened when she accepts a mission to return to Beirut and gather intelligence from the wife of a Hezbollah leader, a woman who once was one of Carrie's most valued sources. Carrie can't resist the possibility of bringing down terrorist Abu Nazir (Navid Negahban) and… More
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as Peter Quinn
as Nicholas Brody
as Saul Berenson
as William Walden
as Cynthia Walden
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as Tom Walker
as David Estes
as Dar Adal
as Capt. Mike Faber
as Dana Brody
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There is a point in Homeland's second season (between Dana's hit-and-run and double agents becoming triple/quadruple) where this ceases to be a slow-burning espionage thriller and turns into a silly season of 24.
The problem with the Brody-Carrie "love" is that it is unconvincing, and it is unconvincing for many reasons having to do with common sense.
It's been a good season of Homeland, though no where near as excellent as last year. Let's hope they have better thing in store for us come season 3.
It's a refreshingly artful hybrid: cable brains spliced with network brawn.
Homeland came out of the gate strong in Season 2, opening with a five-episode run that blew up the show's relationships and overall plot in eye-opening, mind-blowing ways.
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