10:26 PM EDT 09/19/2016
Originally posted 09/19/2016 05:20PM
A version of this story originally appeared on EW.com.
After inhaling a near-fatal amount of sarin gas and subsequently fighting for his life at the tail end of Homeland's fifth season, it seems as if Peter Quinn can't catch a break, and the same can be said for the actor who's played the CIA operative on the show since 2012.
On Saturday, Rupert Friend arrived at Showtime's pre-Emmys party on crutches. The actor was injured as he filmed the first and second episodes of the series' sixth season, the New York City-based production of which Entertainment Weekly can confirm has now been delayed as a result.
Friend told Deadline he broke a bone in his right ankle while off work. However, the injury is related to two on-set occurrences during production of seasons 4 and 5 of the drama, when the actor rolled his foot, which weakened his ligaments.
The U.K. native has been temporarily sidelined from filming as the show's executive producer (and director of episodes 3 and 4), Lesli Linka Glatter, stepped in to shoot pieces of the episodes that could be shot around Friend's injury.
Claire Danes Reveals It's a 'Miracles of Miracles' to Finally Work in the Same City as Husband Hugh Dancy
Originally posted 08/12/2016 03:20PM
For the past five seasons, the actress has traveled the world filming her hit Showtime series Homeland. But as the show prepares to begin filming season 6 in New York City, the actress is happy to be working where she lives with husband Hugh Dancy.
"I can't quite believe my luck," Danes told reporters at the Television Critics Association press tour on Thursday of filming in New York, where Dancy is also based while filming Hulu's The Path.
Originally posted 06/08/2016 10:40AM
When Homeland returns for season 6, a woman will be headed to the White House – no matter which real-life candidate wins the election this fall.
Speaking at an event in New York on Tuesday night about the Showtime series, star Claire Danes revealed Homeland will have a female president-elect. Danes said the character won't necessarily be like Hillary Clinton, who locked up the Democratic nomination for president on Tuesday, but instead is "kind of a composite of all of the different candidates and a kind of – not rebellious necessarily – but she's challenging norms and is a little threatening for that reason." Danes added the character "gets along with Carrie Mathison pretty well."
Originally posted 01/11/2016 05:05PM
It's been three years since Damian Lewis' Homeland character, Sgt. Nicholas Brody, met his untimely end on the show's third season – but he still hasn't forgotten his biggest fan, President Barack Obama.
Originally posted 12/08/2015 10:05AM
While visiting The Tonight Show on Monday, the Homeland star, 36, teamed up with host Jimmy Fallon to challenge In the Heart of the Sea director Ron Howard and the show's announcer, Steve Higgins, to a competitive game of Pictionary.
Originally posted 11/17/2015 02:05PM
The actress also opens up about her thoughts on body shaming, being "flawless" and more
Originally posted 11/17/2015 02:00PM
Claire Danes is no stranger to body shaming, but the actress has learned how to rise above it all.
Originally posted 10/18/2015 09:00AM
Move over, Peter Quinn, there's a new man in Carrie Mathison's life.
Homeland fans met Alexander Fehling, who plays Carrie's (Claire Danes) new beau Jonas Happich, on the hit Showtime drama's fifth season premiere, and he's been setting hearts a-flutter ever since – all while having a great time.
"It's extraordinary fun," Fehling, 34, tells PEOPLE about joining the show and working opposite Danes.
The German-born actor, who first hit it big as a Staff Sgt. Wilhelm in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 film Inglorious Bastards, can only sing his costar's praises. "She's very sharp, she's very surprising, and she's very soulful," he says. "She's a very unique actress."
Originally posted 10/04/2015 05:00PM
Star Claire Danes says even though her character wants to live the quiet life after the explosive events of season 4, that isn't in the cards.
"She's out of the game. She's in the private sector, and she's working for a benevolent billionaire," Danes tells PEOPLE of where Homeland picks up Sunday.
Originally posted 10/04/2015 03:00PM
Terrorist plots, unexpected betrayals and executions have made for a plethora of memorable goodbyes on the Showtime series.
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