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Watch a Trailer for 'Homeland' Season 7

Watch a Trailer for 'Homeland' Season 7

It's not completely clear if Carrie (Claire Danes) will be going rogue with her own investigations, but the trailer makes it look like she has allies.

At the same time, imprisoned Saul Berenson (Mandy Patinkin) is seen talking to a close member of Keane's administration.

Not that Saul always shares Carrie's agenda, as she learns when he's released from prison and named National Security Advisor.

"The founding fathers foresaw the dark day when we would face a president like her", Brett says as he points a gun at a poster of the president.

The seventh season of "Homeland" officially premieres on Sunday, Feb. 11, at 9 p.m. EST on Showtime. Anyone who takes a stand for what they believe, people are gonna say they're insane.

The final scene of the trailer shows a furious Carrie leaning over someone (not shown in the frame) and threatening: "I will hunt you down, I will kill you".

Danes, Patinkin and Marvel join returning series regulars Linus Roache, Maury Sterling and Jake Weber, along with Season 7 newcomer Morgan Spector (Boardwalk Empire). Carrie, having left her position at the White House, is now living with her sister in Washington, D.C., trying to free her comrades and get to the bottom of the corrupt government plot.

Homeland's producers have previously said that the writing team does not attempt to take sides in any political issues, thought memorably, its fifth season mirrored the real-life exploits of the terrorist group ISIS.

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