Last time we checked in with Sergeant Nicolas Brody (Damian Lewis) he was public enemy No. 1 and on the run. Well, it looks like he definitely won't be returning home anytime soon, if ever.
Mainly because his family home has been sold...in real life. That's right, Homeland's most famous dwelling and the center of a lot of the show's drama—remember when Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) got arrested on the front yard?!—went on the North Carolina market recently.
And after only one day—and five offers!—the single-level pad was snatched up for $394,000.
The longtime owner Vicki Tetreault said that her childhood home started becoming a popular spot for fans of the show to drive by and take pictures.
"Last year I thought I'd put a sign out saying'‘Brody doesn't live here,' you know? She told WCNC in January.
Yet it wasn't a fan who ended up nabbing the four-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath pad.
Vicki told the Charlotte Observer that the new owners don't have cable and aren't familiar with the Emmy-winning series!
Oh, and as for if this truly means the end of Brody's homelife: Not to worry, guys, we didn't give away any real spoilers. The show has built a set of the home's interior, so there's no telling whether he or his wife and kids will actually be living in the digs this season.
For that, you'll just have to wait for the season-three premiere on Sept. 29.