It looks like President Elizabeth Keane (Elizabeth Marvel) is going to face a number of new enemies in the coming “HomelandSeason 7. The “Good Wife” alum, Dylan Baker is going to be added in the television series’ new installment as Senator Sam Paley, and he will be starting a probe against her administration.

The eccentric politician from the Southwest wants to investigate the failed coup that happened in the previous season. With that, the POTUS will be more paranoid about the imminent threats surrounding her and the government she is trying to control.

A probe against the government

It looks like Senator Sam Paley will be President Elizabeth Keane’s biggest enemy in “Homeland” Season 7, Christian Post reported.

Dylan Baker's character thinks that the POTUS’ is up to no good, so he wants the past rebellion to be investigated. To recall, Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) and Peter Quinn (Rupert Friend) saved Keane from death in the previous season. As the coup failed, the country’s leader then ordered her people to capture everyone that ha anything to do with the revolution; this included Saul Berenson (Mandy Patinkin).

Two hundred people were captured and they were all accused of rebellious acts for targeting the administration. Carrie tried her best to talk to Keane and save Saul, but she blocked every possible way that Carrie could try to reach her.

Carrie to face Keane

Carrie will be quitting her job as Keane’s senior advisor and will be rejoining the CIA in “Homeland” Season 7.

As Keane is said to be targeting the intelligence community, the CIA included, Carrie will be doing her best to stop her evil plans. In fact, she will be leading the conclave against the President of the United States.

However, it looks like she will have a problem.

Carrie’s brother-in-law Bill (Mackenzie Astin) is set to join Keane’s government under the Department of Treasury, according to the Hollywood Reporter. With that, there is a big possibility that Keane will use him against her.

Fortunately, she will be getting the help of her old friend, Dante Allen.

Morgan Spector will be joining the television show’s seventh season to play the role of Carrie's pal. He, too, will be investigating Keane and the other 200 people the president ordered detained.

Earlier, Jake Weber, Linus Roache, and Maury Sterling were announced as the new spy thriller television series’ regulars. They are the ones who are going to replace Rupert Friend’s exit after his character as Peter Quinn died in the previous season.

“Homeland” Season 7 is set to be released in 2018 on Showtime.