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Homeland star did quite gruesome research to play poisoned Peter Quinn

Its been a rough Homeland homecoming for Peter Quinn. The ex-CIA operative played by British actor Rupert Friend was left partially disabled (physically and verbally) and brain damaged after his sarin-gas poisoning last season at the hands of Berlin-based terrorists. In the Showtime dramas sixth season, Quinn has withstood an exhaustive laundry list... ...Read More... //

Homelands Gideon Raff Signs With CAA

Top Israeli writer-producer-director Gideon Raff has signed with CAA for representation. Raff was the creator of the hit Israeli series Prisoners of War, which received nine of the countrys top TV awards, including Best Drama Series and Best Directing for Raff. Prisoners of War was adapted in the U.S. as Showtimes Homeland. Raff serves as an executive producer on the popular terrorism drama, now in its sixth season. He shared two Emmy awards for the acclaimed series ...Read More... //

TV’s Most Badass Women

Some lead the charge on the battlefield and others more covertly fight the enemy. Some have superhuman powers and others rely on mental strength. Some wield swords and others wield pens. But they all have one thing in common: they are among TV's most badass female characters. (Since the mid-'90s or so; we had to cut it off somewhere.) 15 of Television’s Most Badass Women Launch Slideshow Let us know who you'd add to this list in the comments below. p { text-align: justify; }

Homeland Star Shaun Toub on Javadis Return, Possible Carrie Mathison Reunion

Old friends are rarely welcome when they return in the world of Homeland. Though many fans were happy to see Shaun Toub, the shows Machiavellian Iranian intelligence chief Majid Javadi, return to the Showtime dramas sixth season, his presence is not without its consequences. In his heydey of Season 3, Javadi proved he would do any and everything to survive, Toub told TheWrap of his character. Now a double agent for U.S. intelligence, things are no different this time around. ...Read More... //

Homeland: 13 Times Peter Quinn Was a Rebel With a Cause

Peter Quinn's been through the wringer, but nothing can keep this badass spy down! Take a trip down Homeland's memory lane to revisit some of our favorite, heartthrob assassin's coolest moments. ...Read More...

Elizabeth Marvel on Homeland, Donald Trump, and Playing the President

"It's not every day that, as a woman, you get to run the show." ...Read More... //

Is Nurse Jackie dead? New Homeland star has a theory

Homeland Sunday, 9 p.m., Showtime Dominic Fumusa knows a thing or two about dealing with strong-willed women. As bartender Kevin Peyton, the long-suffering husband of Jackie Peyton (Edie Falco) on Showtimes Nurse Jackie, he grappled with a full-blown drug addict who was also the mother of his children. This season on Homeland, Fumusa is playing... ...Read More... //

Homeland: Does the Incoming President Have a Hidden Agenda?

  The president-elect may be operating under a secret agenda that could put millions of American lives at risk. We're talking, of course, about the Season 6 premiere of Homeland , which revealed that President-elect Elizabeth Keane ( Elizabeth Marvel ) has a somewhat radical approach when it comes to ...Read More... //

Meet Carries new Homeland partner fighting for justice

As Season 6 of Homeland gets under way, Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) is a changed a woman. Keeping her distance from CIA crony Saul Berenson (Mandy Patinkin), shes taken up legal advocacy work for Muslim Americans, working at a stripped-down office in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Her partner, professor Reda Hashem (Patrick Sabongui), is her idealistic equal.... ...Read More... //

Homeland EP On Season 6 Debut, How Claire Danes Drama Will End & U.S. Return

SPOILER ALERT: This article contains details of tonight's Homeland Season 6debut on Showtime. "After the election, our initial concern was could Homeland dramatize anything as scary as what's going on in the real world, and we'll just have to see whether it is scary or whether it's business as usual," says executive producer Alex Gansa of the tripwire situation the Showtime series finds itself debuting its sixth season tonight in the age of Donald Trump and a fast ...Read More... //