Homeland's next season will be set in New York

But will Quinn be alive to see it?

Carrie Mathison's heading back to her homeland.

Following its relocation to Berlin for the recently-concluded fifth season, Homeland's next run of episodes will take place in New York.

Showtime President and CEO David Nevins confirmed at the TCA Press Tour today (January 12) that the show would shoot in New York City and the state of Maryland.

Nevins and President of Programming Gary Levine also addressed the fate of Rupert Friend's Quinn, who seemingly died in the season five finale 'A False Glimmer'.

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"I know exactly as much as you guys know and have seen," said Nevins. "The writers do things for very specific reasons, they're very careful in what they show and how they tell the story. So clearly there is no definitive answer given from what we've seen so far."

Levine was slightly less coy, teasing: "Quinn is severely damaged, there is no question about it. If he should live, it will not be in any way, shape or form how he has lived to date."

So... look out for Zombie Quinn, coming to a screen near you in late 2016.

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