Last year, one of the best spy shows in TV history ended. The eighth season of the psychological thriller “Homeland Security” ended in an unexpected ending. The show premiered in 2011. Based on the Israeli POW series created by Gideon Raff, Fox 21 is honored to produce the show, while Howard Gordon and Alex Gansa lead the development team . The show has some first-class celebrities whose stories have been sitting in front of their TV sets and don’t want to miss any moment in the show.
Homeland follows CIA operations officer Carrie Mathison (Carrie Mathison). Carrie suspected a man captured by al-Qaeda. A former Marine named Nicholas Brody was captured by a terrorist organization during his service. When he had just returned to his country, Carrie learned from internal sources that Brody might not be the person he showed. Without knowing his true intentions, he may pose a major threat to national security. The ending of the hometown was beyond everyone’s expectations. Although those who pay to watch the show, this is predictable.
How it all started: Doubts about war heroes
It all started when Carrie Mathison and prisoner of war Nicholas Brody returned from the battlefield. With her own doubts and unwilling to take risks, she continued to pay attention to Nicholas. Looking at Brody, he was a prisoner of war for eight years. After being rescued and returning to the country, he became a war hero and was promoted to artillery sergeant. Suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, after learning that his wife and friends were together, he decided to tell the media what he had experienced. Carrie, who still suspects him, is taking care of him with the help of Sol Berenson, because he may be sending out a password message there. It turns out that he was planning a suicide bombing plan at a formal meeting. Once, he tried to withdraw from the plan, but decided to continue the plan to prove his loyalty.
A few months later, Brody entered the House of Representatives on behalf of the seventh congressional district of Virginia. But after becoming a suspect in many attacks and drug dealings in the country, he became one of the most wanted fugitives in the world. Saul and Carrie provided Brody with an opportunity to start over by seeking political asylum in Iran. Regarding the choice of assassinating the captain of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps. But when he arrived in Iran to meet with the Legion, things got worse. He was convicted of crimes against the country and sentenced to death. At the end of the third season of Homeland Security, Nicholas was hanged.
The ending of the motherland is explained!
In the finale of Season 8, we met Carrie in Russia. She became something she had vowed to destroy. Betrayal of the motherland. But how did this happen? As in the seventh season, we said that Carrie was tortured by the Russians. It is difficult to digest her continuing to work for them. But as Saul himself quoted, no matter how small they are, we should not miss the important things. We shouldn’t judge Carrie so easily, because it is not easy for her either. It takes a lot of courage to betray your country, especially when the lives of both sides are in danger.
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Released from Russian torture and return to the battlefield
We see Carrie under the supervision of Russian intelligence agencies. She has no access to antipsychotic drugs, which makes her condition worse all the time. But a few months later, Saul came to rescue her again. Negotiating with officials to get her out of prison, he managed to get her out of prison. Later, we saw Carrie recover in the hospital. She took the medicine again and worked hard. Although she and Saul wanted her to return to work, her doctors and officials did not think so. She was unable to return to the CIA and was even executed for reasons about her time in Russia and her relationship with Yevgeny.
But Saul trusted her, and he wanted her to return to the game. He needs her help in the fragile peace talks between the Taliban and the Afghan government. He succeeded in reinstating her position at the Kabul station, but under the jurisdiction of the National Security Agency. Unsurprisingly, there were many complications between the team and Carrie, but none of them really helped make the situation better. When Yevgeny was also on an unknown mission in Kabul, it was of no avail.
When she returned to the battlefield in Afghanistan, she did not work in accordance with official orders. She had an unannounced meeting with Yevgeny, who the team didn’t like, and was on the verge of doubting her. On the other hand, meetings are being held with ministers to prevent the start of the war. After completing all the meetings and making decisions, the presidents are preparing to sign the peacemaker when the helicopter takes off. The culprit of the explosion was naturally the Taliban, which caused chaos in the United States, Pakistan and Afghanistan. But if it was not the Taliban but a mechanical failure, this would not be the case.
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The entire failure was recorded in the black box of the helicopter, which was safe and sound, but in the hands of the Russians. In order to get the box, Carrie took Yevgeny out of the arena, making everyone think that she had betrayed her country.
Betrayal of the mentor
Betraying Thor is the reason people hate Carrie. When she tried to “save” her country from the nuclear conflict between the United States and Pakistan, she decided to do something unacceptable. She made a deal with the Russian spy by trading her mentor and friend Saul Berenson. She provided them with the identity and personal information of Detective Saul to obtain the black box recording. In trying to get information from Sol, she had to embark on a difficult path, which is not something to be proud of. At first, she asked him, without really explaining why she needed to know. But since he refused to tell her, she pretended to assassinate and attack. She continued to tell Saul’s sister that he had a heart attack and obtained the information she needed.
The recording is the only source that can prove that the man behind the plane crash was not the Taliban. In the Black Hawk helicopter crash that killed the presidents of the United States and Afghanistan, everyone blamed the Taliban. This is actually a mechanical failure of the helicopter. When she managed to get the recording, she managed to televise the country, saving the main country in the war and risking the lives of civilians.
Ending: Carrie’s life after betraying her motherland
Although Carrie helped cancel the war, her choice to divulge the information of her mentor has discredited her reputation and career. She is now a main suspect and is helping Russian GRU officer Yevgeny to help the traitors. For two years, we don’t know where she disappeared. But then we saw her in Russia and lived with Yevgeny in a luxurious penthouse in Moscow. In order to defend herself, she went on to publish a book called “Betrayed My Country”. In her memoir, she explained why she chose Russia instead of the United States. At this point, we think the ending of “Homeland Security” is her final retirement and self-compensation.
But with the appearance of Saul in Russia, this idea has long ceased to exist. He received a copy of her book and a secret message. It turns out that Carrie used the agent transaction message to provide Saul with the information he might need. He did receive a notification from the Russian intelligence service and promised to provide more information. She did destroy the agents Saul had planted in Russia. By the end of “Homeland Security,” she assumed responsibility and became an agent herself. For her country.
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