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Homeland's Claire Danes Reveals What Brings Carrie to New York in Season 6

  It's no secret that Homeland is moving production (and the show's setting) to New York City in Season 6 - but now we finally know why. Speaking on a Homeland panel at New York's Paley Center for Media on Tuesday night, star Claire Danes dropped a big spoiler about what brings her character, Carrie ...Read More... //

'Homeland': Rupert Friend's Injury Delays Season 6 Production. What About the Premiere Date?

Friend, who plays Peter Quinn, broke a bone in his right ankle while off work, causing a shuffle in the filming schedule for episodes 1 and 2.   Read More... //

Homeland: Showruner Alex Gansa Eyes 8-Season Run For Showtime Series

Homeland recently was renewed by Showtime through Season 8 with a pickup of two more seasons beyond the upcomingsixth. And the Emmy-winning series executive producer/showrunner Alex Gansa is plotting that as the dramas final chapter. Gansa told Deadline at Showtimes pre-Emmy party on Saturday that his team would be writing an ending to the series in Season 8. He was quick to point out that it ultimately will be Showtimes decision when to wrapthe series, but ...  Read More... //

Weekend Binge Guide: September 2016

Have the weekend free? Going out is overrated! Binge-­watch one of these shows instead:   If you want to laugh:   Pulling See all reviews for Pulling Sharon Horgan is having a moment. She's nominated for a writing Emmy for Catastrophe , the sharp and witty comedy she created with Rob Delaney. And she's behind the new HBO show Divorce , which is bringing Sarah Jessica Parker back to TV (along with Thomas Haden Church). Horgan is becoming a star in the U.S., but her career breakthrough in her native Great Britain was the 2006 BBC series Pulling , about the terribly funny and awfully messy love lives of three single women. In some ways, it can be watched as a spiritual prequel to Catastrophe , albeit a harder, cringier version (if you can believe it). But still laugh-out-loud funny, thanks to incredible performances from the three lead actresses, especially Rebekah Staton as the daft but lovable Louise. It's ribald, hilarious, and even occasionally touching.   If you want to cry:   My Last Days See all reviews for My Last Days Is there a word — maybe in German — for something that is both uplifting and depressing? Because that's how I would describe this documentary series about people facing a terminal illness. Within seconds you'll go from tearing up to smiling like a goon as you watch real-world hero Claire talk about living with cystic fibrosis. Actually, "talk" doesn't do her justice. She connects the dots. A YouTuber and TEDx speaker, 19-year-old Claire is very comfortable being on camera and describing herself in a way that is both real and positive. Discussing death, she said, "We have no control over it, but what we do have control over is whether or not we are proud of our own lives." Also featured is "Darth Vader" (he explains the name), who has battled leukemia for 14 years but has still managed to complete 37 half-marathons, and Isabel, a 21-year-old who was told she wouldn't live past 20.   If you want to scream:   Homeland See all reviews for  Homeland I understand if you gave up on this show during its crazy Venezuelan detour. But, you guys? Season 4 was one of TV's great rebounds, and Season 5 was even better. Truthfully, nothing Homeland does will top the tension and excitement of the first season. But the Emmy-winning Showtime series remains one of television's most suspenseful dramas. Back to Season 5: The globe-trotting show drops Carrie and co. in Berlin, where — surprise — all is not right. In another timely storyline, set two years after the previous season, Carrie's an ex-agent working for a philanthropic foundation, but she finds herself pulled back into her old life. Claire Danes, Mandy Patinkin, F. Murray Abraham, and Rupert Friend all are superb. But arguably the season's best performance comes from Miranda Otto, the CIA's badass Berlin bureau chief.   If you want to think:   The Wine Show See all reviews for  The Wine Show If you don't think wine is a topic worth thinking about, you're exactly the type of person who should watch this show. Hosted by the devastatingly dashing duo of Matthew Goode and Matthew Rhys, known to some TV-lovers as Mr. Lady Mary and Mr. Keri Russell, respectively, this ITV show expertly balances wanderlusty travel porn moments with educational — yet still fun — reporting. Goode and Rhys aren't experts, which is great because it gives the wine-curious audience a way in, but there are actual specialists (shout out to Joe Fattorini and Amelia Singer) who travel the world telling stories about different wines, the places they're made, and the people who make them. Like a good rosé, the show has attracted some sass from snobs, but it is wonderfully accessible and absolutely refreshing. p { text­align: justify; }

Homeland: Robert Knepper Set To Recur

Robert Knepper has booked a recurring role on Season 6 of Showtime s flagship drama series Homeland . The new season of the series, starring Claire Danes, is set following the U.S. presidential election withanewly elected female POTUS (Elizabeth Marvel) who is a junior senator from New York anda little Hillary, a little Donald and a little Bernie Sanders," according to showrunner Alex Gansa. Knepper will play General Jamie McClendon, the Department of Defense....   Read More... //

'Homeland' Scribe Teams With 'Poldark' Producer on ITV Legal Thriller

Helen McCrory will star in the six-part 'Fearless' from Patrick Harbinson and Mammoth Screen.  Read More... //

8 Things We Learned About Homeland Season 6 at TCA

Quinn is alive. I can say that much." ... Read More... //

Homeland Creator: 'Quinn Is Alive' But 'Very Changed' Plus, End Date Plan?

Despite the fact that Homelands Peter Quinn was last seencrossing over to the proverbial light in the Season 5 finale,Rupert Friend is returning for Season 6 as a full-fledged series regular but how? And to what surprising end? Previously, showrunner Alex Gansa had teased, How [Quinn]is gonna be dramatized this year is going to [] //

'Homeland' season 6 president based on Hillary Clinton AND Donald Trump

Show's new season to tackle Iran nuke deal, Muslim treatment ....Read More... //

Homeland Renewed For Multiple Seasons! Plus, Season 6 Finally Has a Premiere Date

Finally, some news about when to expect Homeland season six. Showtime president David Nevins revealed during his exec panel at TCA Summer press tour that Carrie Mathison's adventures... ...Read More.... //