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Originally posted 08/19/2014 01:15PM
Carrie's all in ... again.
In a new trailer for the upcoming fourth season of Homeland, Showtime's Emmy-winning drama that returns in October, intelligence officer and new mom Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) tells her sister that she has to return to work because "I don't have a choice."
Somehow, we doubt that!
Originally posted 06/11/2014 02:00PM
Play testcaption testcredit Share on Facebook Tweet Pin on Pinterest Share on Tumblr In Wish I Was Here, Mandy Patinkin plays Zach Braff's father – a fitting role for the dad of two.
Originally posted 01/13/2014 03:00AM
Diego Klattenhoff chooses which of his TV costars could kick the other's butt
Originally posted 12/03/2013 04:30PM
For Claire Danes, her 30s are more enjoyable than her 20s.
The triple Emmy winner (for Showtime's Homeland) has an adorable baby son, Cyrus, and a husband of four years, Hugh Dancy, whom even she admits is hot.
"Well, it's true that you often kind of forget to see the person you're most intimate with, but occasionally I'll come to and sort of think, 'Oh my God! You're really, really good-looking!' " Danes, 34, tells January's Glamour, which hits newsstands Dec. 10. "I'm embarrassed now! It's nice to occasionally have that flash."
Originally posted 07/18/2013 09:15AM
Will Homeland again take home the Emmy, or is it time for Game of Thrones to claim the crown?
And which sitcom will get the last laugh?
Some of the answers were revealed early Thursday morning, with the announcement of the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards, by Breaking Bad's Aaron Paul and last-minute announcer (and ubiquitous TV host) Neil Patrick Harris.
Leading the race for network, cable, on-demand and, now, the Internet's highest honor: American Horror Story: Asylum received the most nods, 17, followed by 16 for Game of Thrones, 15 for Behind the Candelabra and Saturday Night Live, 13 for Breaking Bad and 30 Rock, and 12 for Downton Abbey, Mad Men and Modern Family.
In the top categories, the nominees are:
Originally posted 09/24/2012 08:35AM
For some reason I started Emmy night worrying that Hugh Bonneville of PBS Masterpiece's Downton Abbey would win best actor in a drama, or that there'd be a Downton sweep. He gives a perfectly lovely performance, but it's essentially like watching Piers Morgan mellowed by a life of having valets brush his evening jacket.
But Damian Lewis won for Homeland, allowing my head to clear and track what I thought the Emmys got right and got wrong.
Got right: Homeland, Showtime.
Mad Men and Breaking Bad both had tremendous seasons, but neither was as brilliantly focused right out of the gate as this new political thriller. It was fitting, too, that the acting awards went to both Lewis and Claire Danes: They're a sort of Janus head – two faces, terrorist and counter-terrorist, each collapsing under the pressure of a duty to protect (hers) and destroy (his).
Originally posted 09/04/2012 01:30PM
The Homeland star is keeping quiet on the sex of her baby on the way, but doesn't mind joking about it
Originally posted 07/19/2012 09:20AM
The men are still mad, breaking is still bad – and announcer Jimmy Kimmel isn't ashamed to let you see him in his pajamas. So it went as the 64th annual Primetime Emmy nominations were revealed early Thursday morning.
When the dust settled, not only was Kimmel himself nominated for hosting Jimmy Kimmel Live, but Mad Men and American Horror Story led the pack – with 17 nominations each.
The race is also on between top dramatic series lead actor contenders Jon Hamm, for Mad Men, and Bryan Cranston, for Breaking Bad – while both of their shows are also in the running for best dramatic series, along with Boardwalk Empire, Downton Abbey, Game of Thrones and Homeland.
The other actor nominees are Hugh Bonneville (Downton Abbey); Steve Buscemi (Boardwalk Empire); Michael C. Hall (Dexter); and Damian Lewis (Homeland).
Originally posted 12/14/2011 05:50PM
What is this, a conspiracy?
Showtime's spy thriller Homeland, which I picked as my No. 1 show for 2011 in PEOPLE's year-end issue (and which is a pretty safe bet to dominate top-10 lists elsewhere), is homeless – at least when it comes to the Screen Actors Guild Award nominations, announced Wednesday. (President Barack Obama, in the same issue of PEOPLE, reveals that the show is a favorite of his, as well. Just saying ...)
The show, renewed for a second season, wouldn't work if it weren't for the tense gamesmanship and sexual chemistry of Claire Danes, as a CIA analyst, and Damian Lewis, as a former POW whose life intersects suspiciously with a circle of Middle East terrorists. And yet neither is up for the award.
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