The Emmy-winning political thriller Homeland will return for the fifth season, while the marital drama The Affiar will come back for a second.
Claire Danes returns as unreliable counter-terrorist operative Carrie Mathison in the first look at the Showtime thriller’s new season.
The House of Cards and In Treatment have joined the fourth season of Showtime’s espionage thriller.
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Carrie Mathison’s counter-terrorism operation will continue for at least one more year past the critically maligned Season 3. Spoilers within.
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Marine turned congressman Nicholas Brody is on the run when Showtime’s Homeland returns for its third season on Sept. 29.
Although Les Misérables and Showtime’s Homeland led the 70th annual Golden Globe Awards with three wins each, the night belonged to Argo director Ben Affleck and hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.
The Showtime thriller Homeland, which won six Emmy Awards just last month, has been renewed for a 12-episode third season.
After more than six decades, the Emmy Awards proved that it’s still capable of surprises, with Homeland winning outstanding drama, toppling Mad Men, which set a record for biggest shutout by losing in all 17 categories in which it was nominated.
Showtime has released a slick new trailer for the second season of Homeland, the thriller starring Claire Danes, Mandy Patinkin and Damian Lewis. The series returns Sept. 30.