Directed by "The Arbor" filmmaker Clio Barnard, the Apple TV+ limited series premieres later this spring.
Wilson Cruz, who played fan-favorite Rickie Vasquez, posted a screenshot of the Zoom session on Twitter, calling it a “very comforting, sweet, heartfelt and overdue reunion.”
Claire Danes remembers working with leading man Jared Leto, on "My So-Called Life," when she was 14. He was 21.
You might be surprised to hear who else was considered for the all important roles of Carrie and Brody on TV's "Homeland."
Lindsay Lohan is seemingly convinced that Instagram is her own personal andvery public Burn Book, so she tapped into her inner Regina George for some hotMet Gala takes
For Carrie Mathison, retirement is nigh. Showtime president David Nevins announced Monday at the Television Critics Assoc. summer press tour that Homeland‘s upcoming eighth season would be its last. “[Exec producer] Alex Gansa will be bringing this show, which has won eight Emmys and five Golden Globes, to its proper conclusion,” Nevins told reporters. “I cannot say enough […]
Showrunner Alex Gansa discusses three ways the fictional President Keane parallels the real President Trump in Season 7, premiering Sunday.
Ewan McGregor and Mary Elizabeth Winstead promote Fargo. The latest example is Fargo Season 3’s Ewan McGregor and Mary Elizabeth Winstead, who were photographed kissing at a London coffee shop in photos published Sunday. The Moulin Rouge star and his wife of 22 years, production designer Eve Mavrakis, share four kids, and, according to People, separated in May.
Trailer for indie comedy 'Brigsby Bear' starring 'Saturday Night Live' actor Kyle Mooney, Mark Hamill, and Greg Kinnear, in limited release July 28, 2017
The first two episodes made available for review find Claire Danes’s Carrie working out of Brooklyn, still for billionaire philanthropist and too-many-shirt-buttons-unfastened pretty-boy Otto During (Sebastian Koch).
“What’s the use of being in power if you can’t correct things that are bad for the world?” ponders the new president-elect in this promo for Homeland Season 6.
For those us of lucky enough to come of age in the ’90s, the teen romance that consumed our so-called lives was Jordan and Angela. The central couple on Winnie Holzman’s short-lived but beloved high school drama My So-Called Life, these two embodied everything that was so thrilling — and maddening —about high school relationships, whether it was holding hands in the hallway, scribbling mash notes in your Trapper Keeper, or pretending the other person didn’t exist so your friends wouldn’t make fun of you. The story of Angela Chase (future Emmy winner Claire Danes) and Jordan Catalano (future Oscar winner Jared Leto) rang so true that, during the show’s solitary season on the air, you could see the same narrative playing out in high schools around the country, as it continues to today.
There has been an almost countless number of film adaptations of Shakespeare's plays, but we homed in on three greats that you should stream this weekend.
Warning: This article about the “New Normal” episode of Homeland contains spoilers. Well, it seems that Peter Quinn might be part cat. The agent was poisoned with sarin gas last week, and despite getting a secret inoculation from a sympathetic terrorist, Quinn looked like a goner.
In 2003, Billy Crudup left his then-pregnant girlfriend of eight years, Mary-Louise Parker, for actress Claire Danes — but it’s Parker who has the final say in her new memoir, Dear Mr. You. Danes and Dancy are now parents to their 2-year-old son Cyrus.
No new show is more suitable for Netflix binge-watching than Aziz Ansari’s completely charming, funny, and smart new sitcom Master Of None. The ten episodes that Netflix started streaming on Friday are like your favorite candy or potato chip — you consume one and feel compelled to have another. And another… Ansari came to mass-audience prominence as the hyper-capitalist Tom Haverford on Parks & Recreation. Since then, he’s used stand-up comedy routines and a recent book, Modern Romance: An Investigation, to try and expand his subject matter beyond clever takes on hedonism and stardom.
As Homeland’s current season unfolds, the show is moving ever-closer to making Carrie Mathison’s personal life and mental state as central as any anti-terrorism action she’s engaged in, and in Sunday night’s episode, titled “Why Is This Night Different?,” it provided the high points of the hour.
Watch the full Season 5 premiere of Homeland above. “It’s like my old life came back — everything I moved here to get away from,” Carrie Mathison laments in the Season 5 premiere of Homeland. “I don’t want to be in that world.” Unfortunately for Carrie, her wish is not Homeland’s command, as her former CIA connections come crashing back into her seemingly idyllic new life. It’s been two years since the events of last season, and Carrie is out of the agency, living in Berlin with Franny and a new boyfriend, and working security for a billionaire philanthropist.
You might not recognize Carrie Mathison when we catch up with her in Season 5 of Showtime’s hit thriller Homeland. She’s no longer working as an analyst for the CIA; instead, she’s living in Berlin, dating a new man (Alexander Fehling), and working as head of security for a German billionaire. She’s actively raising her daughter Franny. She even smiles sometimes!
The first few moments of this just-released Homeland Season 5 trailer show Carrie Mathison in a state of domestic bliss… but don’t worry: It doesn’t last long. When the new season of Showtime’s hit thriller (debuting Oct. 4) opens, Carrie’s left the CIA to serve as head of security for a German billionaire, biking the streets of Berlin with her daughter, and even enjoying a new romance. But of course, this is Homeland, so the high-stakes world of international terrorism is never too far away. Carrie escorts her billionaire client to Lebanon… and ends up becoming a suspect in a massive CIA data breach.