The Showtime political thriller “Homeland” has been renewed for sixth season and to spoil the fans, here is a new update. Show’s female lead, Claire Danes recently discussed in brief about her role and the future of Peter Quinn in season 6. Read on to know what she revealed.

As we broke the news earlier that season 6 will be a homecoming event for this popular television series which is tinged with the U.S. Presidential Election. The team #Homeland will return to U.S. soil after years of having different set locations around the world.

Talking to Entertainment Weekly, the actress Claire Danes, whom we know as Carrie Mathison on the show, hinted that plot will take place during the transitional phase where the president has been elected but has yet to take up the position in the White House, “It’s that in-between moment that is not typically focused on, so it’ll be interesting to see what it looks like.”

When questioned about her character, Danes said that Carrie will be stateside and living with her daughter. “This idea of atonement is still playing. She’s accrued a lot of guilt over the years and she’s still wrestling with that. She’s on her meds! She’s probably mentally capable,” she added.

The 37-year-old also confirmed that she will have some scenes with Rupert Friend who plays Peter Quinn. Viewers may remember that Quinn was almost left to die in season 5’s finale. “We [Mathison and Quinn] didn’t know [when we were filming], but now we know. We shot a couple of different versions [of the ending] just in case,” she concluded. Revealed VINEREPORTS.

A few days back it was announced by showrunner Alex Gansa that Peter Quinn will be seen transforming into a different individual. Whether it’s good or bad is yet to be known.

Season 6 of “Homeland” is expected to be released sometime in 2017.