Whether or not presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton is elected commander-in-chief, 2017 will nonetheless usher in a female president. Claire Danes on Tuesday revealed during a Q&A with Vanity Fair that Homeland‘s upcoming sixth season will focus on the first female president-elect.
Per Variety, the character will not be a Clinton caricature, but instead an amalgamation of all of the different candidates currently in the running. (Let’s just hope she doesn’t have Donald Trump’s hair!)
During a recent conference call, Showtime CEO David Nevins revealed that the Emmy-winning spy drama — which is thisclose to a multi-season renewal — will not return for its sixth go-round until January 2017. The episodes will be set (and shot) in New York City, and will take place during the two month period between Election Day and Inauguration Day. Meanwhile, TVLine recently confirmed that Rupert Friend will miraculously return as Quinn.
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