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The balance between “art imitating life” and “life imitating art” is not a precise one, and there are really no limits for how far it can all go. Take, for instance, this morning's bomb threats in Los Angeles and New York, which sound a bit like one particular Showtime series.
There was a point a couple of years ago when news of Homeland getting renewed elicited sighs laced with mild interest, but that's all changed. Now we can celebrate another year of Showtime's best series.
TV Fans are pretty Netflix crazy right now. With original programming being released quickly, and spanning many genres, it would seem that Netflix would be on top of the world. But, are the much-hyped Netflix shows actually better than other premium networks?
Earlier this week, an episode of Homeland aired that featured some seemingly innocuous graffiti. This week, however, the artists who created the graffiti for the set in Germany revealed the Arabic script that was present was actually pretty derogatory. Find out what it said.
While it wasn’t immediately obvious that Showtime’s Homeland would last very many seasons, Sunday night featured the Season 5 premiere, which is once again almost completely rebooting everything about the acclaimed drama except the characters.
Season 5 of Homeland just added a bunch of new cast members, including a love interest for Carrie.
Here, we’re shining a spotlight on ten of the worst offenders when it comes to great TV shows that got increasingly more frustrating as time went by. The shows that started off fantastic and eventually got lost in the smokescreen of their own wheel-spinning.
The Screen Actors Guild just unleashed its nominees for 2014, and as it usually is with television, most of the nominees are pretty much what you would expect. Game Of Thrones, House Of Cards and Modern Family all cleaned up on nominations.
Showtime has a long track record of keeping shows on the air for a lengthy amount of time, and on Monday the subscription cable network announced it will be sticking with a couple of its dramas for another TV season. Fans of Homeland or The Affair should be happy to learn that both shows have been renewed for another season.
While most of what we remember about these characters is still intact, they’re each under different strains and nothing is quite as it was. After two episodes, it is foolishly too soon to say that we’re in for a spectacular season, but here are three ways this quasi-reboot brings Homeland back to the dramatic forefront. And the biggest change between Seasons 3 and 4 is the top of the heap.
We’re still almost a month away from the Season 4 premiere of Showtime’s Homeland, but I’m already a complete lack of all things Nicholas Brody. And this full-length trailer is gloriously absent of the series' past. Except for that kid, of course.
“Weird Al” Yankovic continued his no holds barred pop culture takeover with a silly and spirited performance at tonight’s Emmy Awards. His targets were a selection of this year’s nominees, as he added lyrics to some of TV’s most memorable instrumental theme songs.
What’s better than an hour-long premiere of a new season of Homeland? Why, back-to-back brand new episodes of Showtime’s hit drama, of course. That network is making some scheduling changes to its fall lineup, and if you are a fan of Homeland or anticipating the premiere of the network’s new drama The Affair, everything’s coming up roses for you this Monday.
This season will largely take place in those overseas settings, with Carrie back on the front lines that she’d been yearning to get back to for years. This presumably means we’ll get to spend less time with good ol' Saul (Mandy Patinkin), but it looks like Peter Quinn (Rupert Friend) will be in Carrie’s neck of the woods.
Planes, Trains and Automobiles star Laila Robins has signed on to be a series regular, while Corey Stoll, perhaps best known from Season 1 of Netflix's House of Cards, will officially serve as a “guest star.”