Homeland has a new streaming home. Showtime’s acclaimed political thriller became available on Hulu Monday as part of a deal between the streaming service and Twentieth Century Fox Television.
Hulu is now carrying the first four seasons of Homeland — the show’s fifth season, which aired last fall, is not currently available on the platform.
Homeland debuted on Showtime in 2011, starring Claire Danes as bipolar CIA agent Carrie Mathison. The series has gone on to win numerous Emmy Awards and Golden Globes.
The drama is currently preparing to enter its sixth season, which will premiere in January 2017. The upcoming season will see Mathison back in the United States after recent seasons set in the Middle East and Europe. It will also feature a newly elected U.S. president, played by Elizabeth Marvel (House of Cards). Recently, Claire Danes teased more details about the show’s next chapter, saying Carrie is “on her meds!”