The Season 1 of the show was based on the podcast of the same name, Homecoming. Eli Horowitz and Micah Bloomberg created the podcast. The show was labelled as a venture or an expedition to a new professional world as Heidi is seen to use an experimental method to treat soldiers coming home from war. On the other plane, it was also be considered as a conspiracy thriller. Sam Esmail directed the series. The television series was also his brainchild. Season 2 has already been confirmed to return.
Homecoming Season 2 Cast: Who’s in it?
Season 1 of the show was a multi-starter. There were many big names in it, and thus infused a greater sense of eagerness and interest among the viewers. The main cast of the Season 1 are as follows: Julia Roberts plays her role as Heidi Bergman. She is employed at a secret government facility where she works as Walter’s caseworker Stephan James appears as Walter Cruz, who is a young military veteran as well as a client of the Homecoming facility. Bobby Cannavale has been cast as Colin Belfast, Heidi’s supervisor. Shea Whigham stars as Thomas Carrasco. Alex Karpovsky is cast as Craig who is also an employee at the Homecoming facility. The other side roles will be played by Dermot Mulroney, Hong Chau, Jeremy Allen White, Sidney Poitier, Brooke Bloom, Jacob Pitts, and Sissy Spacek, who plays Heidi’s mother. Heidi’s boyfriend is played by Audrey Temple. Lydia plays Colin’s wife, Pam plays Carrasco’s boss at the Department of Defense. These hasn’t been any confirmation on who from the main cast members will return for Season 2.
Homecoming Season 2 Plot: What is it about?
Homecoming Season 1 follows the story of Heidi who works at a secret government facility as a case worker for a soldier named Walter who displays immense eagerness to rejoin civilian life. The show focuses on the on-going turmoil and conflicts within her mind, as it promises to tell a story of the transition- a transition between the two phases of life. Interestingly, Season 1 ends on a cliffhanger indicating a clear path for Season 2.
When asked to elaborate plans for season two, Horowitz and Bloomberg, creators of the show, didn’t reveal much. This is what they had to say to THR “We cannot [confirm or deny], but these are relevant questions you’re asking.” Everyone involved with the show is tightlipped at the moment. We will update this section as soon as we hear more.