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It was Showtime's turn at the Television Critics Association yesterday with their various series being dicussed with reporters.
The network's biggest hit "Homeland" will shift its setting once again for the sixth season. After being mostly in Pakistan for the fourth and Germany for the fifth, the upcoming season will be both set and shot in and around New York City.
Showtime's David Nevins confirms the domestic setting for the new season and would not give a definitive answer as to the fate of fan favorite Quinn (Rupert Friend) who was last seen in a hospital room. He does say that: "Quinn is very damaged, no question about that. If he should live, he won't be in the shape and form he was."
Asked for a potential end to the series, Nevins says it's up to the showrunners but adds": "it's not imminent."
One show also not ending is »
- Garth Franklin
The series pickup was announced Tuesday by Showtime CEO David Nevins at the Television Critics Association press tour.
Set in the celebrated and infamous L.A. stand-up comedy scene of the ’70s, when the careers of most comedy superstars began, “I’m Dying Up Here” will delve into the inspired and damaged psyches that inhabit the hilarious, but complex business of making an audience laugh. The series is based on William Knoedelseder’s book of the same name.
Melissa Leo stars in the series, playing a comedy club owner, along with Clark Duke, Ari Graynor, Andrew Santino, Rj Cyler, Erik Griffin and Stephen Guarino. Sebastian Stan will appear in a recurring role. Guest stars are Dylan Baker, who will portray Johnny Carson; Robert Forster as Stan’s on-screen father; Cathy Moriarty as his »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
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