The stroke Quinn suffered in the last season might take a whole new turn. According to rumors, there is a strong possibility of Quinn (Rupert Friend) will show his dark side in the upcoming season.
Showrunner Alex Gansa teased during the Television Critics Association summer press tour that fans should be ready to witness a more dramatized Homeland season which is all set to return in January 15, 2017. He revealed that the storyline of season 6 is going to surprise many and with storylines and possibilities not even thought of.
"The series is going to have a different feel this year, and it does every year, which is one of its strengths," said Gansa.
This surely makes the wait for the new season more irresistible for the fans.
And for those who wanted to see Quinn and show lead Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) together, the chances are very slim. Last season Carrie got a marriage proposal from Otto, while Saul Berenson (Mandy Patinkin) also offered her to join CIA again.
Now it is evident that a lot is going to happen in Carrie's life this season, but where will Quinn fit in? Fans are very much eager to find the answer as in the season 5 finale Carrie almost pulled off Quinn's life support.
This year the look and feel is already said to be different and it will center in New York where shooting is underway. Quinn has been seen on the sets with a different look with no confirmation about his present condition yet.