Just when we thought that 'Homeland' season 3 couldn't get any bigger, the Showtime security series has added even more guest stars to its ranks. The latest to enter the fray of Carrie Matheson (Claire Danes)'s post-terror world are that of 'Iron Man' franchise star Shaun Toub, as well as 'Boss' star Martin Donovan, but who will they be playing?
Just the other week Showtime's 'Homeland' released a massive new list of guest stars for the upcoming third season, as well as a few indications of what characters would become series regulars. Now, long before 'Homeland' season 3's September 29 debut, 'Prison Break' star and Tony winner Tracy Letts has made the leap from recurring to series regular!
While 'Homeland' season 3 won't officially debut until late September, fresh intel has repeatedly popped up about the new season taking place after the climactic events of last year's big bang. Executive producer Alex Gansa recently teased a major turn the resulting investigation could take, as well as Carrie and Brody's future, so get the latest on 'Homeland' season 3 inside!
Showtime's acclaimed Emmy-winning terrorism thriller 'Homeland' has officially entered production on its third season, set for premiere on September 29 and including a vast array of guest stars. Just yesterday we heard about two new faces to make their presence known in the third season, but are you ready for the impressive full roster of 'Homeland' season 3's new characters? Spoilers on the newest episodes await inside!
News of 'Homeland's third season has been much more slow in coming than that of 'Dexter's final season, given Showtime's decision to separate the two in launching their new series, but fragments of the Emmy-winning terrorism thriller have finally started to surface. 'Boss' star Amy Morton and 'Prison Break's Tracy Letts have joined the 'Homeland' season 3 cast in important recurring roles, but as whom?
Given the multiple departures and relative secrecy surrounding 'Homeland' season 3, the fact that existing characters would be upped to series regulars hardly seems surprising. More unexpected, however, is that Oscar-winner F. Murray Abraham has taken his first series regular role in the third season of the acclaimed Showtime drama, reprising his intelligence legend Dar Adal. Abraham isn't the only recurring star upped to regular, so get the latest on 'Homeland' season 3 inside!
While 'Dexter's early final season premiere has given way to all manner of new spoilers and teasers, 'Homeland' season 3 has kept relatively quiet in the last few months, set to premiere its newest run on September 29. Showtime will likely guard spoilers like state secrets, but how would you like to learn how 'Homeland' season 3 picks up after season 2 finale "The Choice?" Get the latest 'Homeland' intel inside!
It's been a good long while since we've heard any 'Homeland'-related news, with season 3 set to pick up sometime in September along with Showtime's new drama 'Masters of Sex.' And while season 2 finale "The Choice" left plenty of characters and stories in limbo, now it seems another character won't have a very large story going forward. Find out who's stepping down as a series regular for 'Homeland' season 3 inside!
Late yesterday we heard the surprising news that 'The Walking Dead' star Lauren Cohan would take part in an upcoming episode of 'Law & Order: Special Victims Unit' tackling the infamous "legitimate rape" controversy borne of one-time Senate hopeful Todd Akin's public blunder. Now, the episode has gained even more note in casting another key player of the episode's storyline, attaching 'Homeland' star David Marciano for the role, but will the episode bring attention to the right cause?
With each passing awards ceremony, the Academy's snubbing of Ben Affleck for Best Director looks increasingly ridiculous. Some thought that 'Argo' winning Best Picture and Best DIrector at the Golden Globes was something of a fluke, but now that the critically acclaimed box office hit has won big at the Producer's Guild of America awards, you may want to shuffle around your Oscar bets.