Eight epic seasons and ‘Homeland’ will have its last episode on-air, Sunday.

Created by Howard Gordon and Alex Gansa, the political thriller, first appeared in 2011 and has been one of Showtime’s long-running series. Honors have poured in luxuriously for the series throughout the years.

At the 64th Primetime Emmy Awards, ‘Homeland’ got nine designations winning six honors—Outstanding Drama Series, Claire Danes for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series, Damian Lewis for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series and Alex Gansa, Howard Gordon and Gideon Raff for Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series for the pilot scene.

Moreover, it likewise packed away honors for Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series and Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series.

At the 69th Golden Globe Awards, it got the honor for Best Television Series – Drama while Danes won for Best Actress – Television Series Drama. Lewis got a selection for Best Actor – Television Series Drama.

The accompanying year,  at the 70th Golden Globe Awards, the arrangement won its second back to back honor for Best Television Series – Drama, while Danes did a two-peat for Best Actress – Television Series Drama and Lewis won this time for Best Actor – Television Series Drama, in the wake of being assigned the earlier year.

After seven periods of holding a show, the eighth season investigated every possibility for the series to make a dramatic exit. It’s additionally reasonable for a call this last portion as ‘Homeland’ most daring season yet.

It begins with Carrie Mathison (Danes) set for Kabul to help encourage the harmony bargain between the Taliban and Afghanistan. What’s more, she prepares for a crucial being on recovery after her exhausting time in the Russian gulag.

The mission, however, goes totally south bringing about the passings of various characters — Max Piotrowski (Maury Sterling), Haissam Haqqani (Numan Acar, The Taliban chief, and most devastatingly, the passings of the US and Afghan presidents.

Presently Carrie has one last strategic: Saul (Mandy Patinkin). A brisk recap: Yevgeny Gromov (Costa Ronin) figures out how to get hold of the Black Box from the chopper crash that executed the presidents. The main way Carrie gets it back is in the event that she assists Russia with realizing who Saul’s benefit in the Kremlin is.

Then, Pakistan and America are a trigger away from propelling a disastrous war after Haissam’s child, Jalal Haqqani (Elham Ehsas) claims duty regarding the assault on the presidents’ chopper.

Despite the fact that the reason for the accident was uncovered to be a mechanical failure. The US, after an unknown tip on Jalal’s area, bombs the refuge adequately flagging the finish of the young Taliban leader. Presently, every one of that remains between the war is the Black Box in Russia’s ownership.

However, will Carrie murder to regain it? Above all, can she? The promotion of the last trailer gives a brief look at the extreme activity that is set to unfurl.

It opens with Carrie’s VO saying, “I missed something before, I can’t let it happen again.” The promotion additionally observes her clarify about the deal she made with Yevgeny to Saul. His advantage personality for the Black Box.

The clasp likewise observes her stand up to Yevgeny while Pakistan and the US are demonstrated to be on war balance. It closes with Carrie saying, “No one but you can stop this now”

This leads to more questions. Did Carrie murder, Saul? Or on the other hand, did she slaughter Yevgeny and some way or another recovered the Black Box? To add to the quality of riddle, Showtime has not discharged the abstract of the last scene, ‘Prisoners of War’ on their site either.

The truth will surface eventually how the show brings Carrie and Saul’s excursion to an end. ‘Homeland’ Season 8 Episode 12′ will air 9 pm ET just on Showtime. While you’re trusting that the scene will air, you can peruse our survey of Episode 11: ‘The English Teacher’ here.

Homeland on SHOWTIME