Homeland (2011– )
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A False Glimmer 

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Alison's real identity is officially uncovered. Jonas tells Carrie there is no way they will ever get back together. Quinn undergoes surgery. Saul makes Carrie a job offer but she says she's not CIA material any more. Otto makes Carrie a different kind of offer. Written by Andreea D

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"Season 5" made history for being the first U.S. TV series to shoot an entire season in Berlin, Germany. See more »

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The BND (Bundesnachrichtendienst, Federal Intelligence Service) is shown to arrest various people. Being an intelligence agency, it has no jurisdiction to do so. Only the Police is allowed to arrest somebody. See more »

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Peter Quinn: Carrie, I guess I'm done. And we never happened. I'm not one for words but they're coming now. I don't believe in fate, or destiny, or horoscopes, but I can't say I'm surprised things turned out this way. I always felt there was something, kind of, pulling me back to darkness. Does that make sense? But I wasn't allowed a real life or real love. That was for normal people. With you I thought, ah, maybe, just maybe. But I know now that was a false glimmer. I'm used to those, they happen all the ...
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Homeland Theme
Written by Sean Callery
Performed by Sean Callery Feat. Chris Tedesco
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Good ending, but not nearly as bombastic as it promised to be
21 December 2015 | by (São Paulo) – See all my reviews

The ending of Homeland's season 5 was a good one. Definitely a million times better than the depressing and nonsense season 4 finale. However, it doesn't keep with the immense amount of tension which the spectacular episode 11 had.

It would be fair to even compare these last chapters to those of season 1 if only this finale were such as bombastic as season's 1. Instead, it is a much lighter episode, one that, however, does give resolution to the unfinished stories that emerged on this season successfully, which is basically what an ending should do.

I'm looking forward to the next season mainly to see how this drama from the last scene is going to develop. With luck, maybe it's going to end up the way I believe fans are expecting for a long time. Maybe it is the destiny indeed.


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