The Star

Homeland - The Star

For such an uneven show, Homeland has always excelled at season finales. At the close of every year, the writers have shaken up the show enough that even the outlines of the following season are a complete mystery. Homeland‘s third season was a plot-heavy slog during many of its early episodes, which seemed like filler and empty melodrama. And the show wasn’t all that interesting in the last few installments, when the action completely took over to the detriment of character development. But “The Star” brought things to a thoughtful, daring, necessarily cynical end that felt every bit as satisfying as the rest of this season had not.

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published: 01.25.2015
published: 01.25.2015
published: 01.25.2015

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