Fall TV Preview

Homeland Season 2 First Look: Are Carrie's Memories Completely Gone?

Homeland’s Carrie wound up the drama’s first season undergoing shock therapy, a side effect of which would effectively zap into the ether her suspicions about Nicholas Brody’s terrorist involvement.

But this new promo for Season 2 of the Showtime series (which premieres Sunday, Sept. 30 at 10/9c) implies that maybe those memories aren’t as gone as the CIA agent thinks they are.

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Portrayer Claire Danes looked dazedly around as fractured scenes from the series appear in the background. The one thing that’s crystal clear? Her telling Damian Lewis‘ Brody, “You are a traitor and a terrorist, and now it’s time to pay for that.”

Press PLAY on the video below to watch the new spot, then hit the comments with what you think it says about the upcoming season!

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  1. Before her treatment, she told Saul her memories would be erased for the short term and as she was drifting out of consciousness, she remembered Brody uttering the boy’s name in his sleep. I think the season will start out with Carrie not remembering anything and Brody doing as he well pleases. Unless Carrie recovers her memory, it’s up to Saul to piece this together. A wild card in all this is daughter Dana. Her curiosity may lead her to uncover more secrets.

  2. Jake says:

    Most annoying and frustrating character on tv.

    • Jo March says:

      @Jake – I’m not disagreeing with you, but since she’s most of the show, then you must find the show annoying and frustrating as well. Having us back to (almost) square one because of her memory loss, is a bit frustrating, and kind of “soap opera-ish” to me. I expected more from the series, but I guess it would be a short-lived one if she hadn’t forgotten. It would have been Arrest Brody – end of story.

      • Brian says:

        I agree they shouldn’t have had her lose her memory… It did seem like a bit of a cop out; and yet, the rest of the freshman season was SO good. I figured the Brody storyline would be wrapped up after the first season and it would be a new antagonist for the second season… I have faith this show’s writers will make season two just as good though.

  3. Joey says:

    I think i’m the only one who thought it was only a “possibility” that Carrie would suffer permanent memory loss ?? I am hoping thats still the case ..? This show is absolutely riveting …love it ..& so glad the same cast will be back …the wait has been much too long tho’ !!!