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Emmy Contenders 2017: Guest Actor in a Drama

Emmy Contenders 2017: Guest Actor in a Drama
Look for returning characters to dominate the category, with last year’s winner Hank Azaria likely to repeat his nom for his role as disgraced FBI Agent Ed Cochran in “Ray Donovan.” Beau Bridges should land his third consecutive nod for “Masters of Sex.” Mark Margolis was last nominated for playing Hector Salamanca on “Breaking Bad” in 2012, and that was with a minimum of dialogue, so he has a good shot for bringing a younger but no less terrifying Hector to “Better Call Saul.” Ben Mendelsohn previously won in the supporting category for “Bloodline” but this year he’s eligible as a guest star. year. And both Dylan Baker and Matthew Perry could earn nods for bringing their characters from “The Good Wife” to its spinoff “The Good Fight.”

The freshman series “This Is Us” could be a powerhouse, with turns from Denis O’Hare, Brian Tyree Henry, Jermel Nakia and Gerald McRaney. But
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‘Goliath’ Ups Diana Hopper To Series Regular; Dominic Fumusa Also Cast

Billy McBride will be seeing a lot more of his daughter Denise in the upcoming season of Amazon drama series Goliath. Diana Hopper, who recurred throughout the first season as Denise McBride, has been promoted to series regular for Season 2. In addition, Nurse Jackie alum Dominic Fumusa has signed on in a recurring role. In the upcoming season Billy’s (Billy Bob Thornton) newfound millions turned Denise into a trust fund kid, but his drinking and emotional distance have…
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Homeland: Season Six Ratings

There's no need to be worried that the Homeland TV show will be cancelled by Showtime this time around. The cable channel has already renewed Homeland for season seven and season eight. Were the execs premature in renewing the series so far in advance? Will Homeland continue to draw viewers? Stay tuned.On Homeland, former CIA officer Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) was one of the best in her field, despite being bipolar. Season six picks up several months after the end of season five and we find that Carrie's now living in Brooklyn and working for a foundation that helps Muslims who have been mistreated by domestic law enforcement. The rest of the cast includes Rupert Friend, Elizabeth Marvel, F. Murray Abraham and Mandy Patinkin. Expected to recur this season are Sebastian Koch, Maury Sterling, Hill Harper, Patrick Sabongui, Robert Knepper, and Dominic Fumusa.Read More…
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‘Homeland’ Recap: Plot Twists and Heady Politics Drive Episode 6, ‘The Return’

‘Homeland’ Recap: Plot Twists and Heady Politics Drive Episode 6, ‘The Return’
The plot around Carrie Mathison thickens and President-elect Elizabeth Keane gets a moment to shine as “Homeland” hits the halfway point of its sixth season in “The Return.”

Spoiler Alert: Do not read if you have not seen the Feb. 26 episode of “Homeland.”

The sixth episode, written by Charlotte Stoudt and directed by Alex Graves, finds an old compadre — German agent Astrid — of Carrie Mathison and Peter Quinn showing up at the very end, hopefully as a force for good. Saul Berenson turns to a Russian agent for a Coney Island exchange of surveillance dirt that gives him more reason to question the motives of his CIA boss, Dar Adal.

Dominic Fumusa’s crusading FBI agent Ray Conlin redeems himself by realizing that Carrie just might be right about Sekou’s innocence and the larger conspiracy around her. But before he and Carrie can plot their next moves, Conlin winds up on his bathroom floor with a
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‘Homeland’ Recap: Carrie, Saul and Quinn Get Back to Business in Episode 3, ‘The Covenant’

‘Homeland’ Recap: Carrie, Saul and Quinn Get Back to Business in Episode 3, ‘The Covenant’
Spoiler alert: Do not read unless you have seen “Homeland’s” Jan. 29 episode, “The Covenant.”

Carrie learns a hard lesson and finagles her way out of a jam as only she can. Saul bares down on a bad guy with fast-talking intensity, furrowed brow and formidable beard. And Quinn gets a good chunk of his groove back in the third episode of “Homeland’s” sixth season, “The Covenant.”

The episode written by Ron Nyswaner and directed by Lesli Linka Glatter finds our characters doing what they do best, albeit in a slightly different context than in past seasons. This episode felt like a table-setting for more dramatic developments to come. But it is always a pleasure to watch these great actors — Claire Danes, Mandy Patinkin and Rupert Friend — bring to life telling moments big and small that add to depth to their characters.

Meanwhile, the episode also lays the track for renewed suspicion of F. Murray Abraham’s
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‘Homeland’ Ep Talks Carrie’s Mission, Quinn’s Vulnerability, Filming Challenges in Season Premiere

‘Homeland’ Ep Talks Carrie’s Mission, Quinn’s Vulnerability, Filming Challenges in Season Premiere
Peter Quinn, wounded warrior.

The season premiere of “Homeland” makes it clear that the mental and physical rehabilitation of the cunning CIA operative played by Rupert Friend will be a major focus of the show in its sixth season.

At its core, “Homeland” has sought to examine all sides of the fallout from 9/11 and the war on terror. So a deep dive into the trauma of those wounded in battle — wherever it may take place — was a natural focus for the show, says exec producer-director Lesli Linka Glatter. Quinn ended last season in a coma after suffering near-fatal exposure to chemical weapons inflicted by a terror cell in Berlin.

“To see someone like Quinn, who has been at the top of his game, out in the world trying to fight for the greater good, and then to be in a whole different state where he’s not capable of doing the most normal things on his own
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Homeland Season 6 Premiere Recap: Losing the War, On Drugs

Homeland Season 6 Premiere Recap: Losing the War, On Drugs
We’ve got good news and bad news, Homeland fans. The good news: Sunday’s Season 6 premiere, “Fair Game,” confirms that bad-ass CIA assassin Peter Quinn is indeed alive. (Yay!) The bad news: Yeah, he’s not in such great shape.

After getting dosed with a chemical weapon last season and falling into a coma, Quinn somehow miraculously survived. (He is one tough cookie, after all.) But though he’s recovering in a Va hospital in New York City, Carrie discovers he’s not showing up for physical therapy like he should. When she does track him down, he looks terrible: weak,
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Showtime Releases First Episode Of Homeland Season 6 Online Ahead Of Premiere

Christmas passed nearly a week ago, but Showtime decided to treat its Homeland fans anyway. Ahead of its premiere date, the station released the drama’s season 6 premiere online, made available on Showtime on Demand and Showtime Anytime. If you don’t already have a streaming subscription, you can always start a seven-day free trial by visiting Showtime.com.

Taking place several months after its season 5 finale, “Fair Game” finds Carrie (Claire Danes) returning to the Us with her daughter Frannie to work as an advocate for Muslim Americans. Dar (F. Murray Abraham) and Saul (Mandy Patinkin) brief President-elect Elizabeth Keane (Elizabeth Marvel), while Quinn (Rupert Friend) struggles with some newfound circumstances.

Directed by Keith Gordon and written by Alex Gansa and Ted Mann, Homeland‘s newest episode is one of 12 set to air during the new year. Among the show’s guest stars for the new season will be Hill Harper,
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‘Homeland’ Season 6: Watch the First Episode Online Ahead of Its Premiere

‘Homeland’ Season 6: Watch the First Episode Online Ahead of Its Premiere
The end of the year just got sweeter, thanks to Showtime. The network has announced that they’re giving subscribers early access to the first episode of Season 6 of “Homeland,” ahead of its premiere.

The episode is now available on Showtime on Demand and Showtime Anytime. For those without a streaming subscription, you can start a seven-day free trail by visiting Showtime.com.

Episode one, titled “Fair Game,” takes place several months after the Season 5 finale and sees Carrie (Claire Danes) retuning to the Us with Franny to work as an advocate for Muslim Americans. The premiere episode also shows Dar (F. Murray Abraham) and Saul (Mandy Patinkin) briefing President-elect Elizabeth Keane (Elizabeth Keane) and Quinn (Rupert Friend) struggling with his new circumstances.

Read More: ‘Homeland’ Season 6 Trailer: Claire Danes Rattles Cages and Reunites With Quinn

The first episode is directed by Keith Gordon and written by Alex Gansa and Ted Mann.
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‘Homeland’ Season 6: Watch the First Episode Online Ahead of Its Premiere

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‘Homeland’ Season 6: Watch the First Episode Online Ahead of Its Premiere
The end of the year just got sweeter, thanks to Showtime. The network has announced that they’re giving subscribers early access to the first episode of Season 6 of “Homeland,” ahead of its premiere.

The episode is now available on Showtime on Demand and Showtime Anytime. For those without a streaming subscription, you can start a seven-day free trail by visiting Showtime.com.

Episode one, titled “Fair Game,” takes place several months after the Season 5 finale and sees Carrie (Claire Danes) retuning to the Us with Franny to work as an advocate for Muslim Americans. The premiere episode also shows Dar (F. Murray Abraham) and Saul (Mandy Patinkin) briefing President-elect Elizabeth Keane (Elizabeth Keane) and Quinn (Rupert Friend) struggling with his new circumstances.

Read More: ‘Homeland’ Season 6 Trailer: Claire Danes Rattles Cages and Reunites With Quinn

The first episode is directed by Keith Gordon and written by Alex Gansa and Ted Mann.
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‘Homeland’ Official Season 6 Trailer Teases Quinn’s Return (Watch)

‘Homeland’ Official Season 6 Trailer Teases Quinn’s Return (Watch)
With just one month until “Homeland” Season 6 premieres, Showtime has released the official trailer for the upcoming season.

Though Quinn (Rupert Friend) is not actually seen, the lengthy trailer teases his return. The video ends with Quinn’s voiceover asking Carrie (Claire Danes), “What happened to me?”

With Quinn’s fate up in the air at the end of last season, the cast has since revealed that Quinn is alive and Danes said earlier this fall that Carrie is in New York partly because Quinn is receiving therapy there, after his Season 5 coma.

The trailer also paints the picture for the overall season which is the transition to the new president with Elizabeth Marvel playing the president-elect. The timing will parallel the real-life transition in the United States as Donald Trump is inaugurated early next year.

Other new faces in “Homeland’s” sixth season are “24” favorite Robert Knepper and “Nurse Jackie” alum Dominic Fumusa.

For
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Carrie Returns To Home Soil On First Homeland Season 6 Poster, Watch New Featurette

Across five harrowing seasons, she’s wrestled with a crippling bipolar disorder, fallen for an American prisoner of war, and confronted terrorism head-on, but Carrie Mathison’s story isn’t over yet – far from it, in fact. Now that Showtime has already nailed down plans for seasons 7 and 8, fans of all things Homeland can rest assured that the network’s flagship CIA thriller isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.

In fact, with the oncoming season 6, Showtime’s procedural looks set to hit closer to home than ever before – and we aren’t just talking about the change of location. With Claire Danes’ world-weary lead back on home soil, the entire sixth season of Homeland is set to take place between Election Day and the inauguration, as Elizabeth Marvel’s President-elect prepares to be sworn into the Oval Office.

It’s a transitional time for the halls of government, then, and
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Homeland Season 6 Trailer Shifts The CIA Action To NYC

A change in location isn’t the only thing placing Carrie on edge in Homeland season 6.

Months after thwarting a Berlin terrorist attack at the 11th hour, Claire Danes’ operative returns to home turf in today’s pulse-pounding new trailer, where she finds herself caught up in Washington D.C.’s political whirlwind. Set between Election Day and the Inauguration – and neatly aligning with the ongoing presidential race in the process – Homeland season 6 imagines a scenario in which Elizabeth Marvel (House of Cards) has been sworn in as President-elect, and it’s up to Carrie to keep her calm during this period of transition.

New threats begin to emerge, however, and together with Saul (Mandy Patinkin), and Dar Adal (F. Murray Abraham), our steely lead begins to navigate between those competing interests in Washington’s corridors of power, all the while providing council and aid to Muslims living in the States.
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‘Homeland’ Season 6 Teaser Trailer: Claire Danes Faces New Battles Back in the U.S.

‘Homeland’ Season 6 Teaser Trailer: Claire Danes Faces New Battles Back in the U.S.
After months of thwarting a terrorist attack in Berlin, Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) has returned to New York where she’s begun working to provide aid to Muslims living in the U.S. On Friday, Showtime released a new teaser trailer for Season 6 of “Homeland,” which features all kinds of heated confrontations.

“I don’t think you understand how vulnerable you are,” Dar Adal (F. Murray Abraham) tells Carrie in the clip. “I don’t think you do,” she replies.

Read More: ‘Homeland’ Season 6 Teaser Trailer Promises An Answer to Season 5’s Biggest Question

The upcoming season picks up months after the events of Season 5, with Carrie now living in Brooklyn. The new episodes will tackle the after effects of the U.S. presidential election, with the entire season taking place between Election Day and the inauguration. Per its synopsis, “it’s a strange, transitional time in the halls of
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‘Homeland’ Season 6 Teaser Trailer: Claire Danes Faces New Battles Back in the U.S.

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‘Homeland’ Season 6 Teaser Trailer: Claire Danes Faces New Battles Back in the U.S.
After months of thwarting a terrorist attack in Berlin, Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) has returned to New York where she’s begun working to provide aid to Muslims living in the U.S. On Friday, Showtime released a new teaser trailer for Season 6 of “Homeland,” which features all kinds of heated confrontations.

“I don’t think you understand how vulnerable you are,” Dar Adal (F. Murray Abraham) tells Carrie in the clip. “I don’t think you do,” she replies.

Read More: ‘Homeland’ Season 6 Teaser Trailer Promises An Answer to Season 5’s Biggest Question

The upcoming season picks up months after the events of Season 5, with Carrie now living in Brooklyn. The new episodes will tackle the after effects of the U.S. presidential election, with the entire season taking place between Election Day and the inauguration. Per its synopsis, “it’s a strange, transitional time in the halls of
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TVLine Items: Bake Off Hosts Quit, SNL Adds 2, Homeland Casting and More

TVLine Items: Bake Off Hosts Quit, SNL Adds 2, Homeland Casting and More
Can dough still rise when it’s filled with the tears of disappointed Great British Bake Off fans?

Hosts Sue Perkins and Mel Giedroyc will not continue with the beloved competition series when it moves from BBC One to Channel 4 next year, BBC.com reports.

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“The BBC nurtured the show from its infancy and helped give it its distinctive warmth and charm, growing it from an audience of two million to nearly 15 [million] at its peak,” Perkins and Giedroyc said in a statement. “We’ve had the most amazing time on Bake Off,
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‘Nurse Jackie’ Alum Joins ‘Homeland’ Season 6 (Exclusive)

‘Nurse Jackie’ Alum Joins ‘Homeland’ Season 6 (Exclusive)
Homeland” has recruited another new cast member for the upcoming sixth season.

Nurse Jackie” alum Dominic Fumusa has joined the Showtime hit in a recurring role, Variety has learned exclusively.

Fumusa will play FBI Special Agent Ray Conlin. Other than his character name, details are scarce because his role is being kept tightly under wraps, according to an insider. The number of episodes in which he will appear has not been determined, as the season is still being written and is currently in production.

Fumusa joins other “Homeland” newbies for Season 6, including Elizabeth Marvel, who will play the president-elect, and “Prison Break” alum Robert Knepper, who will recur as General Jamie McClendon, the Department of Defense representative who is tasked with briefing president-elect Elizabeth Keane (Marvel) and her team.

Homeland” brings Fumusa back into the Showtime fold, as he starred on “Nurse Jackie” for all seven seasons, playing Kevin Peyton. His
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13 Hours Preview Goes Behind-the-Scenes with Michael Bay | Exclusive

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13 Hours Preview Goes Behind-the-Scenes with Michael Bay | Exclusive
Over the past few years, director Michael Bay has had a tendency to make smaller, more personal films in between installments of his monstrous Transformers franchise. In 2013, he brought the incredible true story of Pain & Gain to theaters, before setting the box office on fire once again with Transformers: Age of Extinction. This year, the filmmaker brought us the harrowing true story of the soldiers who fought against terrorists in the Benghazi raid in 13 Hours. This action-thriller debuts on Digital HD today, ahead of its Blu-ray and DVD release on June 7, and we have an exclusive preview that offers a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the production.

This two-minute preview offers plenty of insight regarding the different types of cameras that were used on 13 Hours, from Oscar-winning cinematographer Dion Beebe (Memoirs of a Geisha, Edge of Tomorrow. The cinematographer reveals that they used the Sony A7S cameras to "simulate night vision,
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Indie Relationship Dramedy ‘Fourever’ Finds Its Four Leads

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Indie Relationship Dramedy ‘Fourever’ Finds Its Four Leads
Exclusive: Tammy Blanchard, Dominic Fumusa, Bryan Greenberg and Emanuela Galliussi are set to star in Fourever, an indie dramedy to be directed by Dean Ronalds. Ronalds and Galliussi are producing, and they co-wrote the film with Francesco Plazza. Production is set to start this month in New York City. The pic revolves around friendship, love, secrets and lies between two couples in one New York apartment that will disrupt their lives forever. Falling Up Films is…
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The Wilding: Tim Kring Pilot Not Going Forward at USA

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Deadline reports that USA Network has decided not to move forward with the two-hour TV show pilot for The Wilding TV series. The Wilding is from creator and writer Silka Luisa. It is executive produced by Tim Kring, whose Heroes Reborn TV series, while not technically cancelled, ended after its first and only season on NBC.

The cast of The Wilding includes: Jordana Spiro, Antonio Jaramillo, Nadia Alexander, LisaGay Hamilton, and Dominic Fumusa. According to Deadline, Universal Cable Productions will shop the supernatural drama to other outlets.

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