'Homeland' continues to pick up steam tonight in the all-new episode "Gerontion," as Saul reveals his true intentions in taking Javadi into custody, making what could be the most risky decision of his entire career. Meanwhile, Carrie and Quinn try to keep local police off their trail after the bodies of Javadi's ex-wife and daughter-in-law are discovered.
On tonight's all-new episode of 'Homeland,' Carrie gets the upper-hand with Javadi and has a pretty startling revelation, while Dana makes a huge decision that could change her family's life. Meanwhile, Saul continues to repress his feelings in the pursuit of his narrow-minded revenge mission, but how much longer can he maintain control with Lockhart right at his heels?
Already renewed for a second season, Showtime's period drama 'Masters of Sex' has quickly emerged as one of the best new dramas of 2013, thanks in large part to the revelatory performances of series leads Lizzy Caplan and Michael Sheen. Less than halfway through the inaugural season however, should we be worried about Showtime's infamous tendency to stretch series beyond their limits? A new interview about the show's future already has us clutching the sheets in anticipation.
Though only a few months removed from the series finale and intensely divisive final season, 'Dexter' will have us back on the table before long. Netflix has announced that the first four seasons will be available to stream on the site beginning this upcoming Halloween Thursday, with the final four seasons to follow shortly thereafter in 2014.
We've seen 'Sesame Street' take on everything from 'Sons of Anarchy' to 'Boardwalk Empire,' but the long-running PBS series' "Homeland" parody might be the most spot-on yet. Bringing Carrie, Brody, Saul and the rest to life as "Homelamb," you might be surprised by the adult humor 'Sesame Street' manages to cram into its latest parody.
On an all-new episode of 'Homeland,' Carrie puts herself and the mission on the line to help Jess find a still-missing Dana, while Saul goes on a hunting trip with his rival, Senator Lockhart, only to discover some rather surprising -- and unsettling -- news. And a mysterious Iranian man enters the U.S. via Canada -- might we finally be meeting our mysterious terrorist?
Uneven as 'Homeland' has been over the past two seasons, fans of the Showtime security series were shocked to learn that last night's "Game On" would end the first of three "movements" to unfold over the third season, introducing a game-changing twist that had pulled one over on the audience to reveal Carrie and Saul had been in cahoots from the beginning. The twist did raise several questions of logic however, for which producer Alex Gansa has stepped up to clarify.
On this week's all-new episode of 'Homeland,' the CIA continues to exert power over Carrie's life, while she's coaxed into meeting that mysterious client. Meanwhile, Fara and Saul follow the Iranian money trail to an unlikely source, and Dana and her boyfriend Leo run off together, leaving Jessica bewildered. "Game On" is a narrative improvement over last week's episode, but it still leaves a bit to be desired.
As many questions as 'Homeland' answered this past Sunday with Nicholas Brody's big "Tower of David" return, fans of the series remain perplexed about the character's arc between season 2 finale's entry into Canada, and the character's bloody arrival in another country. Thankfully, series star Damian Lewis has stepped in to bridge the gulf in Brody's big journey.