Claire Danes accepts the award for favorite premium cable TV show with "Homeland" co-star Mandy Patinkin at the People's Choice Awards 2016 in Los Angeles, California January 6, 2016. Reuters/Mario Anzuoni

Just like Jon Snow in “Game of Thrones,” played by Kit Harington, “Homeland” Season 5 finale, “A False Glimmer,” has kept highly-adored character Peter Quinn’s (Rupert Friend) fate in the dark. Endless “Homeland” Season 6 spoilers have tried to come to terms with Quinn’s fate.

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If latest whispers are to be believed, show producers are bringing back Quinn for the sake of the show’s ratings. Fans of course want Carrie and Quinn to get married. Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) in “Homeland” needs Quinn as he is the only one who has constantly supported her throughout all seasons.

“Homeland” season 5 saw Carrie and Quinn’s lives revolving separately until the last moment when Carrie was in the hospital with Quinn. Fans got intrigued to see the two united. However, killing Quinn in Season 6 might see a huge downfall for “Homeland” as he is the only one with Carrie during her best and worst.

“Homeland” Season 6 will, in all probability, bring the twists and turns in Carrie and Quinn’s lives. Carrie was her normal self (she’s bipolar) in Season 5 but away from Saul Berenson (Mandy Patinkin). The upcoming season will bring numerous doubts and troubles for her. Although it may take the whole of “Homeland” Season 6 to bring Carrie and Quinn together, it is highly speculated that they will end up getting married, reports Movie News Guide.

However, if Quinn lives, he won’t be the Quinn everybody has come to love so much. He would be in a completely different form in Season 6.

“Quinn is severely damaged. There is no question about it. The life-or-death question remains. But if he should live, it will not be in any way, shape or form the way he has lived to date,” said Showtime programming president Gary Levine.

While some believe that “Homeland” is nearing its end and has even started speculating a spinoff just like “Better Call Saul” after “Breaking Bad” ended, Showtime head David Nevins declared that “Homeland” still has a long way to go before pulling curtains down.

“I would like to be able to keep Homeland going because it’s able to renew itself every season by just telling a story about a different part of the world,” Nevins told Vulture.

For the first time, Season 6 of the series will be primarily shot in New York City, reports Entertainment Weekly. Thus, the “Homeland” cast will be happy to be back in the United States.

The show won the People’s Choice Awards 2016 under the category “Favourite Premium Cable TV Show.” The “Homeland” Season 6 release date is not known but the show is expected to premiere in October 2016.