A crazy U.S. President in the White House abusing their power you say? These days it seems like television can't match the absurdity of real-life politics and corruption in Washington, D.C.
In Homeland's television universe a woman, Elizabeth Marvel's 'Elizabeth Keane' was elected to Commander-in-Chief and after the assassination attempt on her life last season arrested 200 government officials for being involved regardless of their innocence.
As you can imagine Claire Danes 'Carrie Mathison' has something to say about that, especially as one of those imprisoned was her former CIA boss and mentor 'Saul Berenson' (Mandy Patinkin), who as we know is not afraid to get his hands dirty.
But no longer working at the White House and living back with her sister, how can she hope to take on this current administration and expose the truth on her own, and there'll be no 'Peter Quinn' to back her up this season, but we've seen over the years that she's a more than resourceful woman.
These colourful season seven Homeland billboards were spied along the Sunset Strip, Pico Boulevard, La Brea Avenue and Santa Monica Boulevard from January 31 to February 4, 2018.
Daily Billboard loves these ad creatives with their shadowy designs, upside-down Washington Monument and Secret Service earpiece hinting at another season of thrills, clandestine secrets and political scheming, all the while Carrie striding confidently in the billboards as if she's on a mission to take them all down.
Fans of the Showtime drama can also enjoy all these previous cool season promo billboards for Homeland from 2011 to date.
We know that Carrie will survive this seventh season as there's an eighth and final season planned, but we also know that terrorists, explosions and death seem to follow her like a bad penny, so let's see who else remains alive to fight another day.
Whatever you do, just remember to take your meds, Carrie.