“It’s proven it can reinvent itself year after year,” said Nevins. “Season 6 is really interesting. It deals with that miraculous moment in American democracy when you have a peaceful transition of Presidential power. The entire season takes place in the 70 days between Election Day and Inauguration, when you’re in that transitional time when all the instruments of governmental power are being handed from one administration to another. A lot of complications ensue. ‘Homeland’ has proven again and again an uncanny ability to reflect real-world politics that we live in, and our very difficult place in a 21st-century world and it does it incredibly well.”
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#Homeland “has an open-ended expiration date” because the show keeps reinventing itself, says David Nevins.
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