Actress Claire Danes, starring in the final season of the spy TV series "Homeland" on Showtime, poses for the March 2020 issue of "Town and Country" magazine, wearing Giorgio Armani, Chanel and Dior, photographed by Victor Demarchelier:
"Carrie, while on leave from the CIA, gets recruited for an intelligence gathering mission in Beirut. Brody strengthens his position as a potential running mate for 'Vice President Walden', while still under the command of Abu Nazir.
"In the aftermath of the terrorist attack on Langley, Brody has fled the country while Carrie strives to clear his name. An initiative by CIA director 'Saul Berenson' targets Iranian intelligence officer 'Majid Javadi'.
"Carrie is working as a CIA station chief in Kabul, Afghanistan and later in Islamabad, Pakistan. She oversees a botched drone strike on the suspected location of terrorist mastermind 'Haissan Haqqani', which causes strife within the CIA and provokes the extremely dangerous terrorist. Carrie recruits a young asset in an attempt to track down Haqqani. Information provided to the Pakistanis by a disgruntled embassy American leads to disastrous results.
"Two years later Carrie is no longer an intelligence officer and is now working as head of security for a private charitable foundation and its billionaire owner in Berlin, Germany.
"Several months later, Carrie is back in the United States, living in Brooklyn, New York. She now works at a foundation. A woman is elected the first female president.
"Carrie has left her job in the 'White House' and moved back to D.C. to live with her sister 'Maggie'. She takes on the 'Keane' administration to secure the release of the 200 members of the intelligence community who were arrested.
"Saul, now National Security Advisor to President Warner, is sent to Afghanistan to engage in peace negotiations. He needs help from Carrie, who is recovering from her confinement in a Russian gulag..."
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