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'Homeland': New faces and a new relationship for Carrie teased

Carrie will have an intense new relationship during season 4 of Homeland.
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Fans of "Homeland" wondered what would happen next to Carrie after Brody's death. He was the love of her life after all. There are new details out now for season four that tease a new relationship for Carrie during the upcoming season. Seriable shared these new spoilers on June 10. Carrie is played by actress Claire Danes.

Alex Cary, a producer for the series, revealed that the void created by Brody's death will be filled with a new "intense dynamic relationship" for Carrie. It was not teased as a romantic relationship, but it will be "very" intense. The writers need to handle Brody's exit and Carrie's life after it very carefully. Cary admitted that the writers wrote themselves "into a corner" when they killed off Brody.

There are three new characters joining the series for season four as well. Corey Stoll, Laila Robins and Suraj Sharma have all been cast for the Showtime series. E! Online did have new comments made by Stoll about his character as well on Tuesday. The actor did not reveal much, but he will be working closely with Claire Danes as "the station chief in Pakistan and up-and-coming in the agency." The other two characters have not yet been revealed.

The fourth season of this Showtime drama is set to begin later this month. The series will film episodes in South Africa. "Homeland" has become one of the top programs on Showtime, but it has also been a series that causes heavy fan reaction. Brody's death was definitely an action that shocked fans of the series. Showtime had asked those involved to keep Brody alive. The original plan was to kill him off sooner.

What do you think? If Carrie's new intense relationship is romantic, is it too soon for that? Are you ready to see what happens next to Carrie? "Homeland" will return to Showtime this fall. A premiere date has not yet been set.

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