The upcoming sixth season of Showtime’s “Homeland” will mostly take place and be produced in New York.

Showtime Networks CEO David Nevins has said that the storyline of the sixth season will be set domestically and will primarily be shot “in and around New York City,” TV Line reported.

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Because the details on the upcoming season are being kept secret, Nevins told the New York Daily News, “We don’t know much more than that, but I can confirm that."

Regarding the show’s longevity, Showtime’s entertainment president, Gary Levine, said that no end is in sight, and creator Alex Gansa “sees many seasons to come,” Levine said to ABC.

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The show’s lead actress, Claire Danes, lives in Manhattan with her husband and their son, the Daily News added.