Homeland final season trailer shows Claire Danes' Carrie Mathison in an intense interrogation

After seven years of intense drama in the United States and abroad, it may all be coming to an end for Claire Danes' Carrie Mathison in the final season of Homeland.

Showtime has released the first trailer for the eighth and final season of the hit drama series, which debuts Sunday, February 9 at 9 PM ET.

While the trailer doesn't show much footage, it seems Mathison's allegiance to her country is being called into question.

Interrogation: After seven years of intense drama in the United States and abroad, it may all be coming to an end for Claire Danes' Carrie Mathison in the final season of Homeland.

Interrogation: After seven years of intense drama in the United States and abroad, it may all be coming to an end for Claire Danes' Carrie Mathison in the final season of Homeland.

The trailer begins with Mathison in an interrogation room, with a camera recording, as a man grills her about her work.  

'Have you ever conspired with a foreign intelligence officer or service?' the man asks, with Mathison responding, 'Are you accusing me of something? 

Mathison is still recovering from spending several months locked up in a Russian gulag, flashbacks of which we see in the trailer.

Grilled: The trailer begins with Mathison in an interrogation room, with a camera recording, as a man grills her about her work
Grilled: The trailer begins with Mathison in an interrogation room, with a camera recording, as a man grills her about her work

Grilled: The trailer begins with Mathison in an interrogation room, with a camera recording, as a man grills her about her work

Flashback: Mathison is still recovering from spending several months locked up in a Russian gulag, flashbacks of which we see in the trailer

Flashback: Mathison is still recovering from spending several months locked up in a Russian gulag, flashbacks of which we see in the trailer

Another character is seen in flashback saying, 'They killed him because of you,' along with a quick shot of Peter Quinn (Rupert Friend) who was shockingly killed at the end of Season 6.

The interrogator then asks if she has, 'ever revealed the identity of an asset,' while another flashback shows Saul Berenson (Mandy Patinkin) plainly stating, 'everyone breaks under Russian interrogation.'

Mathison then angrily states, 'I lost seven months of my life,' as the interrogator believes they may be, 'dealing with a compromised officer here.'

Killed: Another character is seen in flashback saying, 'They killed him because of you,' along with a quick shot of Peter Quinn (Rupert Friend) who was shockingly killed at the end of Season 6

Killed: Another character is seen in flashback saying, 'They killed him because of you,' along with a quick shot of Peter Quinn (Rupert Friend) who was shockingly killed at the end of Season 6

Breaks: The interrogator then asks if she has, 'ever revealed the identity of an asset,' while another flashback shows Saul Berenson (Mandy Patinkin) plainly stating, 'everyone breaks under Russian interrogation'

Breaks: The interrogator then asks if she has, 'ever revealed the identity of an asset,' while another flashback shows Saul Berenson (Mandy Patinkin) plainly stating, 'everyone breaks under Russian interrogation'

Angry: Mathison then angrily states, 'I lost seven months of my life,' as the interrogator believes they may be, 'dealing with a compromised officer here'

Angry: Mathison then angrily states, 'I lost seven months of my life,' as the interrogator believes they may be, 'dealing with a compromised officer here'

There are a number of overlapping lines of dialogue from various characters interspersed with random shots including, 'This is what happens to a traitor.'

Mathison is then seen wearing a burka, emphatically telling someone, 'I never told anyone his name.

The trailer ends with the interrogator asking Mathison, 'How can you be so sure if there's 180 days of your life you don't remember?' 

Traitor: There are a number of overlapping lines of dialogue from various characters interspersed with random shots including, 'This is what happens to a traitor'

Traitor: There are a number of overlapping lines of dialogue from various characters interspersed with random shots including, 'This is what happens to a traitor'

Also returning for the final season  are Nimrat Kaur (Tanseem Qureishi) and Numan Acar (Haissam Haqqani) reprising their Season 4 roles as series regulars.

Hugh Dancy also signed on in March for a recurring role as John Zabel, described as a, 'savvy Washington consultant who joins the White House as a new foreign-policy advisor to the President and a formidable opponent to Saul Berenson.

Beau Bridges also joins the cast as the newly-elected President Warner when Homeland kicks off its final season Sunday, February 9, 2020 on Showtime. 

Returning: Also returning for the final season are Nimrat Kaur (Tanseem Qureishi) and Numan Acar (Haissam Haqqani) reprising their Season 4 roles as series regulars

Returning: Also returning for the final season are Nimrat Kaur (Tanseem Qureishi) and Numan Acar (Haissam Haqqani) reprising their Season 4 roles as series regulars

New role: Hugh Dancy also signed on in March for a recurring role as John Zabel, described as a, 'savvy Washington consultant who joins the White House as a new foreign-policy advisor to the President and a formidable opponent to Saul Berenson

New role: Hugh Dancy also signed on in March for a recurring role as John Zabel, described as a, 'savvy Washington consultant who joins the White House as a new foreign-policy advisor to the President and a formidable opponent to Saul Berenson

 

Homeland final season trailer shows Claire Danes' Carrie Mathison in an intense interrogation

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