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?
Well, there's a shocker. After Showtime's critical darling terrorism drama 'Homeland' swept this year's Emmys with wins for Claire Danes, Damian Lewis and the series itself as Outstanding Drama, was there any doubt that Carrie Matheson would continue to piece together terrorist plots in a third season? But given the explosive turns that the series has taken lately, will the cast of the third season stay the same? Where could Carrie and Brody go next?
No, it's not a TV adaptation of 'The Mummy,' but don't think they haven't tried. Hollywood star Brendan Fraser is gearing up for his first foray into regular TV, as TNT and 'Homeland' executive producer Howard Gordon have tapped the one-time 'George of the Jungle' star for 'Legends' of a different kind. But where was the pilot originally supposed to end up, and what will Fraser's first regular television role entail?
Only three episodes into its sophomore season, and already Emmy-darling terrorism drama 'Homeland' has been dropping bombs left and right. The cat seems to be out of the bag with regard to one of Carrie Matheson's targets, but bringing them in will be another matter altogether. This Sunday's all-new episode "New Car Smell" will see Carrie and Saul putting together a team to go after the target, but what new complications might pop up along the way?
Well, that was quite a reveal last night, wasn't it? Where most TV series tend to drag out its mysteries and character secrets over several seasons (we're looking at you, 'Dexter'), 'Homeland's latest episode "Beirut is Back" jumped the gun rather drastically, revealing one of its biggest secrets in only the second episode of the season! But with ten more episodes to go this year, how to the latest clips from "State of Independence" show both Carrie and Brody on the edge?
Considering the show's award haul was so huge this year, and we're reasonably confident that 'Homeland' star Claire Danes will in fact give birth to an Emmy in the coming months, now would be a fine time to get into Showtime's acclaimed domestic terrorism thriller. Along with the season 7 premire of 'Dexter' last night, 'Homeland' aired its first episode of the year last night, and you can watch it right now! What are you waiting for?