Inside Homeland: Who Is The Mole?

November 5, 2012 By:
Inside Homeland: Who Is The Mole?

For those of you who spell “weekend” H-O-M-E-L-A-N-D – means you’re in for another hour-long mind explosion between 10 and 11 o’clock, brought to you by the good people at the Showtime network.

But, more importantly, it means that more answers (and likely more questions) will be revealed on the show that keeps viewers guessing each and every week.

Hollyscoop caught up with Hrach Titizian, who plays CIA analyst Danny Galvez on the series, to get the scoop on the top-secret happenings in the show’s writer’s room.

“Everything on that show is hush hush,” says Hrach. “I don't get a script for that episode until like the week of maybe or even a few days before I'm shooting.

And we don't see the next episode until once that episode is almost done.”

One of the answers that devote fans have been gnawing away at their fingernails trying to uncover is: Who is the mole behind terrorist kingpin Abu Nazir’s foul schemes? Fan blogs have guessed between the likes of David Estes (David Harewood), Vice President William Walden (Jamey Sheridan), and Saul Berenson (Mandy Patinkin)…Some, have even mentioned Galvez’s name…

We asked Hrach if his character could have hidden motives other than what we’ve seen so far. Understandably, he was more or less mum on the subject.

“I seriously have no idea and if I did I'm not allowed to say,” says Hrach, adding, “but I really don't.”

No matter how bad we twisted his arm, the actor stayed loyal to his show, claiming he hasn’t been alerted yet to who the mole really is or who was on slate for death row.

“No one knows but you're always scared. You don't want to die off the show because it's such a good show so I hope I don't die in this episode.”

Whether the creators actually do keep their stars as in the dark as their viewers, or if this was just Hrach’s top-notch character skills coming through, we’ll have to wait until the next episode to find out what’s really going on.

“Homeland” airs Sunday at 10/9 c on Showtime.