It was Peter Quinn who donned the eponymous " Two Hats " during this hour of Homeland , and that bright, shiny, and new one fit him perfectly.
Beginning with his first appearance on the show, I questioned this analyst with an attitude. more
Homeland has always been half military thriller, half domestic soap, with a bit of super-dry comedy mixed in. The title cuts in both directions: the word “Homeland” makes you think of The Department of Homeland Security, and the geographic integrity of a more
It’s been 12 hours since Roya had Brody whisked away to see Abu Nazir. Carrie is convinced that he’s dead – “if not physically than operationally.” (It’s anyone’s guess what would make her more upset – Brody’s death or the demise of the operation?) Estes more
What’s interesting about watching a show like Homeland is the patience that is required of its viewership. In many ways, it’s very similar to the surveillance work that is the backbone of the program. Just like Carrie following Roya Hammad’s v more
Um, wow. Wouldn't want to be Saul (Mandy Patinkin) on "Homeland" now. First he's completely duped by his road-trip buddy/terrorist/supermax prisoner Aileen, and now his protégée, Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) not only takes a known terrorist off the grid more
This season of Homeland has really pushed the boundaries of believability, sometimes veering into directions that are downright ridiculous. But, as with any series, loyal fans will forgive the writ... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Matthew_Newlin/2012/11/1 more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "I'll Fly Away," the November 18 episode of Showtime's "Homeland," in which Brody struggles with the weight of too many lies. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/review-homeland-ill-fly-away-under-pressure
Over the past few episodes, for the first time, Homeland has begun to wear a bit thin on me.
" I'll Fly Away " certainly had both its interesting and its entertaining moments, but it also grew tiresome much more than I ever thought Homeland more