How ‘Homeland’ Reached 8 Seasons by Re-Inventing Itself

Co-creators Alex Gansa and Howard Gordon deployed the same methods they used for ”24“

To keep “Homeland” alive, co-creators Alex Gansa and Howard Gordon used the same playbook they deployed for “24,” the Fox anti-terrorism drama that reshuffled its deck around star Kiefer Sutherland every year.

“You have an intelligence officer out there combating terrorism,” Gansa told TheWrap. “That that can continue for a long time.”

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Tim Baysinger

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