Showtime's hit political-thriller series "Homeland" has seen numerous changes throughout the years regarding both the setting of the show and its characters. One of the primary characters of the series, Carrie, has shifted to various jobs and has lived in several countries, from Virginia to Afghanistan.
As reported by Cinema Blend, the former CIA officer will get one of her biggest changes yet for the upcoming Season 6 of the show. However, the website has mentioned that it won't be directly related to her; the next season will emphasise on Carrie's daughter, Frannie, who will have a prominent role in next season.
According to TV Line, Frannie will be a "major recurring" character in the sixth season. The upcoming instalment of the show is set in New York with Carrie and Frannie now residing in Brooklyn. Though Frannie hasn't got a major part in the previous seasons, fans are looking forward to watch her extended role in Season 6.
Frannie's father was Brody, who was executed even before her birth. Therefore, Carrie was never much keen to raise her without Brody and mostly left her with Frannie's granddad. At one point, Carrie even considered drowning her to get rid of the responsibilities.
Now that both of them have moved to Brooklyn and Frannie is living with her mother, things are going to be much hectic and exhausting for Carrie. Being a mother is something in which Carrie is not much good and the fans of the series have rarely seen her doing carrying on the motherly responsibilities.
With all the assignments and work, it will be a tough task for Carrie to look after her daughter. To find out what is in store for the mother-daughter duo in Season 6, the fans will have to wait till January 2017, when the show will return. However, there has been no official release date announced by the network yet.