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Showtime is moving back the premiere of the eighth and final season of terror drama Homeland to the fall.
The pay-cable network initially announced that the show would premiere in June but as a result of the demands of filming internationally, it has moved it back towards the end of the year.
Gary - Levine - Co-President - Entertainment - Showtime
Gary Levine, Co-President of Entertainment at Showtime, said, “We previously announced a June premiere but because of production demands of our international locations, we’re moving the final season premiere back to the fall.”
The eighth season is thought to be set in Afghanistan but is being filmed in Morocco. Levine, speaking at TCA, said that production will start next week.
Scripts - Breathless - Conclusion
“Having read the first few scripts, I can tell you, it’s a breathless, surprising and moving ride to its conclusion,” he added.
This comes as the previous two seasons of the Clare Danes-fronted drama were set in the U.S. with season six set in New York and...
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