Considering the twists and turns that Showtime's 'Homeland' Keeps peppering us with week after week, most recently with Sunday's rather literal "I'll Fly Away," we're hard pressed to believe that any of the characters have time to take a breath. Yet when Oscar-winner F. Murray Abraham drops by the series in an upcoming episode, Mandy Patinkin's Saul Berensen will definitely sit up and take note. Check out the first pics of Abraham in action on 'Homeland!'
Past the midway point of its second season, Showtime's Emmy darling drama 'Homeland' has proven itself a master of the final act gut punch, delivering perhaps its greatest shock in the final moments of last night's nail-biter "I'll Fly Away." Now that a face from Brody's past has returned, and the CIA just about powerless to stop an incoming terrorist attack, what will Carrie Matheson do? And how will the Brody family react to their patriarch being at the center of a terrorist attack? Find out in the latest clips!
As hard as we find it watching 'Homeland' after 'SNL' and Anne Hathaway's near-perfect skewering of the Emmy-winning Showtime series, the second season is definitlely spiraling into an incredible year. Not only did Carrie and the others successfully uncover Congressman Brody's treason, but better yet bring him into the fold to take down Abu Nazir! But after last week's tense resolution of "The Clearing," will Brody be able to keep his cool as a double agent? Check out the latest "I'll Fly Away" clips to find out!
'Homeland' really is the gift that keeps on giving, either blowing us away with masterfully-acted, status-changing episodes like "Q&A," or nail-biting cliffhangers like this past Sunday's "A Gettysburg Address." So, what could possibly be next? Will Nicholas Brody's alliance with the CIA hold, or will Brody's entire family crumble before they even get the chance? Check out the newest clips from this Sunday's "The Clearing" for a sneak peek at what's next!
Easy come, easy go. A few weeks ago we were excited to learn that Brendan Fraser would make his first foray into regular TV with TNT's 'Legends,' particularly given the series derived from 'Homeland' executive producer Howard Gordon. Now it seems that Fraser has dropped out of the project for personal reasons, but what could cause such a sudden departure? And what does it mean for his TV development deal?