The season 3 premiere of 'Homeland' isn't so much the aftermath of the attack on Langley that killed 219 people (including David Estes, leaving Saul in charge of the CIA) -- it's nuclear fallout. Carrie is the subject of an aggressive, closed-door senate investigation, and Brody's family is falling to pieces without him. With a fervent manhunt for the missing congressman and suspected terrorist underway, we follow Carrie, Saul, and the Brody family as they try to readjust to life after Langley.
Showtime may have put one of its most iconic series to pasture last night (for good, we hope), but will soon bounce right back with next Sunday's premiere of 'Homeland' season 3 and original drama 'Masters of Sex.' The Michael Sheen-Lizzy Caplan period drama has earned rave reviews across the board thus far, but why not see for yourself in two brand new sneak peeks?
'Dexter''s disappointing final hour "Remember the Monsters" brought the series to an ultimate close this past Sunday, leaving an open-ended resolve that producers claim hadn't been written any other way. And while the final season of the Showtime serial killer hit has brought with it an array of criticism, none prove so biting as former showrunner Clyde Phillips, who himself had a drastically different ending in mind for the Bay Harbor Butcher.
For better or worse (much, much worse), 'Dexter' has finally carved its last cheek with this past Sunday's series finale, "Remember the Monsters?," bringing the Showtime serial killer series to a close after eight long years, the latter of which many fans proclaim to have taken a rather steep nosedive. And while we've had our own issues with the current season, producers Sara Colleton and Scott Buck stepped up to answer lingering questions, defend Dexter's ultimate fate, and discuss the future of the troubled series.
Last night saw Showtime saying goodbye to two of its main attractions, pulling the plug on 'Dexter' permanently (we hope) while 'Ray Donovan' said goodnight until 2014. And even though acclaimed Emmy-winner 'Homeland' and the buzzworthy 'Masters of Sex' will kick off in less than a week's time, the cable network delivered our first sneak peek of 2014 "psychosexual horror thriller" 'Penny Dreadful.'
‘Dexter’ season 8 slices up the 12th and final episode of its closing year with “Remember the Monsters?” as Dexter's escape with Hannah becomes complicated by Deb's injuries and Elway's pursuit, while Saxon (Darri Ingolfsson) makes one final attempt to have Dexter pay.
Last week’s episode, “Monkey in a Box,” saw Dexter racing against the clock to find Saxon while Deb tried to keep authorities off Hannah’s trail, before her brother and Hannah could make their getaway together. So how does “Remember the Monsters?” close out the 8th and final season, ultimately the series?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Dexter’ season 8, episode 12, series finale “Remember the Monsters?”
Claire Danes took home the award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series at the 2013 Emmys this Sunday. Danes won the same honor during last year's Emmys, as well.
Most 'Homeland' fans would admit that season 2 of the Showtime terrorism drama didn't quite live up to its Emmy-winning predecessor, though it would prove difficult to assign blame on any specific point. Emmy-winner Damian Lewis seems content to offer up a piece of his mind however, regarding Showtime's apparent refusal to take the Nicholas Brody character in a direction that writers have been attempting since the first season, one which may spell doom going into the third.
Both we and fans alike have made no secret of our disappointment with 'Dexter''s eighth and final season, though it seems Showtime may not be content to give up on the Bay Harbor Butcher just yet. After talks of a spinoff continuation of the franchise seemed all but dead going into Sunday's series finale, "Remember the Monsters," new comments from Showtime President David Nevins suggests that 'Dexter' could live on in another series after all.
Showtime Emmy-winner 'Homeland' has been a bit quiet in recent weeks, even with season 3 premiere "Tin Man is Down" due to hit stateside on September 29. Much of the new season for Carrie Matheson (Claire Danes) and the CIA will deal with the fallout of Nicholas Brody's apparent attack on American soil, while Showtime has constructed an intriguing new documentary previewing the new season in news report style.