'Homeland' is firing on all cylinders this week in "I'll Fly Away," an episode that narrowly escapes becoming a parody of itself and remains a compelling, claustrophobic hour of television.
"A Gettysburg Address" is probably the weakest episode of 'Homeland' season 2 so far, but that doesn't mean it's not still a solid and often engaging hour of television -- as long as it sticks with the CIA.
The terrorist is out of the bag (or rather in the bag) now! Only four episodes into its second season, Showtime's Emmy darling and third-season-renewed 'Homeland' has already rocked the status quo a number of times, but none more so than this coming Sunday's nail-biter "Q&A." Congressman Nicholas Brody (Damian Lewis) has some difficult questions to answer, but will Carrie be the one to break him? And what do the new clips reveal about what's being told to the outside world?
It's hard to believe this was only the second episode of 'Homeland' season 2, considering the major plot developments and action -- all of which felt like some penultimate episode-level stuff. So what's happening in Beirut this week?
"Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in." Someone at 'Homeland' has been catching up on their mafia films. When we last left Carrie Mathison, she had decided to undergo electroshock therapy treatments, risking the loss of her memory for the chance to be healthy and sane. And when we last left Sergeant Nicholas Brody, he'd decided not to blow up a room full of people after all, and his life had been spared by terrorist Abu Nazir.
Ouch! Sorry, Jon Hamm. The Emmys just don't seem to be your thing, but at least you're handsome! Instead, the big drama victor is 'Homeland' star Damian Lewis, taking home the award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama. His first nomination as...