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Actor Diego Klattenhoff Not Returning as Series Regular on ‘Homeland’

As reported by the folks over at  TV Line , actor Diego Klattenhoff, who has played “Uncle Mike” and the “other man” in the lives of  Sgt. Nicholas Brody (Damian Lewis) and his wife Jessica (Morena Baccarin) in the Showtime series  Homeland  will not be returning as a series regular. It seems while the studios behind the show are not willing to make a comment about Klattenhoff’s status on the award-winning drama, it is rumored he could be back on the show, at the very least, in a recurring capacity. READ MORE...

Damian Lewis To Return For ‘Homeland’ Season 3

Homeland  fans were given an exciting second season finale that also left them wondering about the fate of Damian Lewis’ character Brody, until now. As shared by  TV Line , executive producer  Howard Gordon has confirmed to the outlet that Brody is sure to be back for season  3 of the series. “He’s alive so of course he’ll be back. One of the great challenges of next [season] is how he’ll be back. But there’s no doubt that he will be back,” Gordon reassured fans. The confirmation of Lewis’ return comes after fans tuned in to watch as Brody disappeared on the run with the help of Claire Danes’ character. The scene coupled with executive producer Alex Gansa’s previous remarks  that Brody’s storyline for season 3 was “an open question,” has caused plenty of buzz. READ MORE...

Golden Globes 2013: 'Homeland,' 'Girls' and 'Game Change' Dominate TV Wins

The three critical darlings continue their success in the awards circuit, taking home multiple statuettes at the HFPA show, and "House of Lies" star Don Cheadle scores a surprise victory.

Golden Globes 2013: 'Homeland' and 'Game Change' Already Win Two

The Showtime show wins the coveted best drama series title, while the HBO movie is named the Best Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television.

Showtime Boss: Ending Dexter Is a "Creative Decision," Defends Homeland's Season 2

Is the end of Dexter nigh? The serial killer drama will return on Sunday, June 30 at 9/8c, earlier than its intended fall premiere, Showtime Entertainment President David Nevins announced at the winter TV previews on Saturday. Dexter will act as a lead-in for new series Ray Donovan at 10/9c, having already proven to be a successful launchpad for Homeland.

'Dexter' moves to summer and more Showtime 2013 premiere dates

Showtime is breaking up its two biggest shows, "Dexter" and "Homeland," and using them both to launch new series later this year.Season 8 of "Dexter" will premiere at 9 p.m. ET Sunday, June 30, moving away from its long-standing fall home. It will lead into the channel's new drama "Ray Donovan," starring Liev Schreiber as a Los Angeles fixer. (Incidentally, Showtime head David Nevins says he's not ready to announce whether Season 8 will be "Dexter's" last, though he adds "there's a clear endgame in place.")"Homeland," meanwhile, will move up to 9 p.m. on Sundays starting Sept. 29. It will be followed by another new show, "Masters of Sex," about sex researchers Masters and Johnson (Michael Sheen and Lizzy Caplan).Other Showtime premiere dates for 2013:"Shameless," "House of Lies" and "Californication": Jan. 13"Inside Comedy": Feb. 11"Nurse Jackie" and "The Borgias": April 14"The Big C: Hereafter": April 29...

'Homeland', 'Girls', 'American Horror Story' Among TV Nominees at 2013 DGA Awards

'Homeland' nabs two nominations in Dramatic Series category, 'Girls' competes with 'Big Bang Theory' in Comedy Series field, and 'AHS' is nominated in TV movie and miniseries category.

'Homeland,' 'Breaking Bad' Among DGA Awards TV Nominees

The nominees for the 65th Annual Directors Guild of America Awards' television categories were announced by the DGA on Wednesday, with Lesli Linka Glatter earning a nomination for Showtime's "Homeland," Jennifer Getzinger winning a nod for "Mad Men" and Rian Johnson grabbing a nomination for "Breaking Bad" in the Dramatic Series category.

'Community,' 'American Horror Story' and 'Homeland' among the nominees for the Art Directors Guild awards

They're not the Oscars, but it's still good that there are awards for the people who make our television and film experiences so visually stunning. The Art Directors Guild has just announced the nominees for its 2012 awards.The Guild honors production designers in television, film and advertising, dividing each medium into distinct categories. The result is that some productions not used to getting a lot of awards love do in fact get mentioned.Take "Community" for example. While you'd be hard-pressed to find a TV critic who doesn't think this is one of TV's best comedies, the show gets nominated for virtually zero awards. The Art Directors Guild, however, took notice when appropriate -- the bizarre, visually interesting and incredible "Pillows and Blankets" episode (a Zap2It pick for one of the best episodes of the year) is nominated.Of course, lots of the usual suspects make the list as well -- movies like "Django Unchained" and...

Exclusive: CSI: NY Books Homeland Villain for Crossover Episode

Abu Nazir lives!  CSI: NY has cast Navid Negahban , aka Homeland 's most-wanted (and recently deceased) terrorist, for a February episode, has learned exclusively. Negahban will figure into the second part of the CSI -CSI: NY crossover event as Zane Kalim, a lifelong criminal. He will most certainly come into the crosshairs of Mac Taylor ( Gary Sinise ), as Kalim is the only person who knows where Mac's kidnapped girlfriend Christine ( Megan Dodds ) is being held...