Published On: Tue, Apr 30th, 2013

Damian Lewis talks ‘Homeland’ season 3, future of show and death of Brody

 Showtime’s Homeland is set to go back into production and star Damian Lewis was asked about the future the show and what fans should expect.

Damien Lewis as Nicholas "Nick" Brody and Claire Danes as Carrie Mathison in Homeland

Damien Lewis as Nicholas “Nick” Brody and Claire Danes as Carrie Mathison in Homeland

 “It will run its natural course. If that’s only four years, it will only be four years… and there’s no guarantee that my character will be around,” Lewis said to Radio Times.

 Fans shouldn’t fear the death of Brody anytime soon as Lewis recently signed a seven-year Homeland contract, but insisted his deal did not guarantee a future on the series.

 “The series could rebirth itself each year by just finding a new threat. So you can go past Brody because the anchor of the show is in the CIA, it’s in the threat to homeland security.”

His British co-star David Harewood’s character, CIA operative David Estes, was recently killed off in the drama.

This year the cast of Homeland swept the Golden Globes and assures success for a few seasons ahead.

Homeland is set to return September 29, 2013.

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