Agent Carter's James D'Arcy Signs on to Homeland

As we get closer to the seventh season of Homeland, word has come down that Carrie Matheson (Claire Danes) will have a new face to deal with in the form of James D'Arcy (Marvel's Agent Carter). D'arcy will play a cocky former special ops agent who went to the Farm (the nickname for the CIA training location) with Carrie. Will he be a friend or foe?

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MARVEL'S AGENT CARTER – "Better Angels" – (ABC/Eric McCandless) JAMES D'ARCY

The new season puts Carrie against her former boos, President Keane (Elizabeth Marvel), who reacted to an assassination attempt on her by arresting 200 members of the intelligence community including Saul (Mandy Patinkin). Season seven starts with Carrie having left the White House and living in DC, where she is working against the administration to secure the release of the 200. Much of Carrie's drive this season will be fueled by what she sees as a gross abuse of power, willfully ignoring the law, and the destruction of democratic institutions.

Besides his turn as Howard Stark's man-servant Edwin Jarvis on the two seasons of Marvel's Agent Carter, D'Arcy he appeared opposite of David Tennant in Broadchurch and film wise he's appeared in Jupiter Ascending, Dunkirk, and The Snowman.

Homeland returns for its seventh season on February 11th, 2018.

Source: TVLine

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