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Mandy Patinkin (‘Homeland’) frantically calls Carrie as he’s about to be arrested in season finale [Exclusive Emmy Episode]

7 hours ago | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

Gold Derby can exclusively reveal that Mandy Patinkin is entering the “Homeland” episode “America First” as his Emmy submission for Best Drama Supporting Actor. This installment of the Showtime program aired April 9 and was the 12th and final episode of the 6th season. For this segment, Saul Berenson (Patinkin) tries to speak with Carrie […] »

- Chris Beachum

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National Geographic’s Isis Drama ‘The State’ Goes Inside Infamous Terror Group (Exclusive Video)

10 hours ago | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

In an exclusive look at National Geographic’s upcoming two-part miniseries drama “The State,” viewers see one family’s path to radicalization at the hands of Isis.

The fictional story follows Jalal, played by Sam Otto (“Collateral”), as he follows in his brother’s footsteps and travels to Raqqa, Syria, to fight for Islamic State, alongside his best friend, Ziyad, played by Ryan McKen (“Nw”). It also follows the journey of Shakira, played by Ony Uhiara (“Law and Order”), a doctor and single mother who wants to help Isis, and idealistic teenager Ushna, played by Shavani Seth (“Homeland”), who leaves for Syria after being radicalized online. The series, from “Wolf Hall” director Peter Kosminsky, will bow on Channel 4 in the U.K. and go out on National Geographic internationally. It is produced by Archery Pictures.

“Isis and its adherents have caused pain and suffering the world over,” Kosminsky previously said. “But »

- Joe Otterson

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Twin Peaks Recap: Becky's Got a Gun

24 July 2017 7:22 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

A bumpy Twin Peaks this week. Surprise horror, painfully drawn out moments, and at least one big revelation: Bobby Briggs seems to be Becky’s father. And at some point Shelly and Bobby were married, as we now know that Shelly’s last name is Briggs (more on the state of that marriage in a moment). So yes, it would seem that I was wrong last week about Leo being Becky’s father (and perhaps wrong about Becky killing Leo). But I would like to remind you that Shelly is still wearing that mysterious ring on a chain around her »

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Emmy Voters Reward Veterans Over Risk-Takers

19 July 2017 10:00 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

The challenging goal of the Emmy Awards is to reflect who we are in this moment, to single out those shows that represent the best of what’s being created across all platforms. This year’s list of Emmy nominees succeeded in some ways — highlighting risk-taking freshmen shows such as FX’s “Atlanta” and “The Handmaid’s Tale” and exceptional performances from Sterling K. Brown, Nicole Kidman, Riz Ahmed and many others.

But frustratingly, the voters also showed a stubborn reluctance to let go of the past, with nods for legacy shows long past their prime. The result is an uneven lineup, scattered with bright spots but plagued by too many noteworthy omissions.

To be fair, their job isn’t easy — sifting through the nearly 500 scripted shows produced in the past year that fed into 117 categories and a record-breaking 9,000 submissions. No one reasonably has time to watch them all. (Those of us who cover TV barely do »

- Maureen Ryan

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Homeland Promotes Maury Sterling, Two More Ahead of Season 7

18 July 2017 1:29 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Quinn may be gone, Homeland fans… but at least we still have Max! And next season, we’ll have a lot more of him.

RelatedHomeland Season 7 Setting Revealed — Plus: Who Will (and Won’t) Be Back?

Showtime’s Emmy-winning drama has promoted Maury Sterling, who plays Carrie’s surveillance-expert pal Max, to series regular ahead of Season 7, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Jake Weber and Linus Roache, who both joined the show last season, have been upped to series regulars for Season 7 as well.

Sterling’s promotion is well-earned: He’s recurred on Homeland since Season 1, with Max providing »

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'Homeland' Ups Trio to Series Regulars for Season 7 (Exclusive)

18 July 2017 12:58 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - TV News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - TV News news »

Homeland is filling the void left by one recently departed star, as the drama has upped actors Jake Weber, Linus Roache and Maury Sterling to series regulars.

All three appeared in the series' sixth season, but Sterling has had recurring status as CIA surveillance expert Max Piotrowski on the Showtime and Fox 21 Television Studios drama since its first season. The promotions come on the heels of one of the show's trio, Rupert Friend, seeing his character killed off at the conclusion of the sixth season.

Weber's promotion, however, might be the most interesting. The actor joined Homeland »

- Michael O'Connell

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Fearless episode 6 review

18 July 2017 2:49 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Louisa Mellor Jul 17, 2017

Fearless concludes a promising series with a mixed finale that relied on predictable twists and contrivance…

This review contains spoilers.

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You know when you come home from a funeral and you’re having a couple of drinks and scrolling through all the nice funeral photos you took? The usual snaps – digger shifting the soil, coffin being lowered, the cutting of the funeral cake, grievers doing the hokey cokey? 

No. Of course not, because no one takes photos at funerals. Only an alien or a soulless tabloid paparazzo at a celebrity interment would do such a thing and John Bishop’s character in Fearless is supposed to be neither. So why was he snapping away at Kevin Russell’s final goodbye like a tourist at the Tower of Pisa?

It’s hard for crime »

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Zuleikha Robinson Joins The Exorcist Season 2

17 July 2017 6:41 PM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

A very familiar face to genre fans is joining Season 2 of “The Exorcist,” as word has come that Zuleikha Robinson (“Lost,” “The Following,” “Homeland”) has been added to the cast. Per Deadline, Robinson will play Mouse, a mysterious figure… Continue Reading →

The post Zuleikha Robinson Joins The Exorcist Season 2 appeared first on Dread Central. »

- Debi Moore

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The Exorcist Adds Zuleikha Robinson as Series Regular Ahead of Season 2

17 July 2017 6:34 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

The Exorcist‘s Season 2 reboot has just added another convert.

Zuleikha Robinson (Still Star-Crossed, Lost) has joined the cast of the Fox horror drama as a series regular, according to our sister site Deadline. She’ll play Mouse, an enigmatic character with a personal grudge against the Catholic patriarchy.

RelatedJohn Cho Joins The Exorcist Season 2 — Plus: New Plot and Setting Revealed

Robinson joins John Cho and Brianna Hildebrand as new cast additions for Fox’s fresh take on the classic tale of demonic possession, which scored a surprise renewal in May. Season 2 will see Father Tomas Ortega (Alfonso Herrera »

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Power Recap: Tommy Did What?!

16 July 2017 6:59 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Need to catch up? Check out the previous Power recap here. 

Remember that part in the movie Speed when Keanu Reeves’ character accidentally jabs a screwdriver into the zooming bus’ gas tank, making a dire situation (“Keep it above 50!” or a bomb explodes) that much worse for himself and everyone unfortunate enough to be in his immediate vicinity?

“What, you thought you needed another challenge or something?” Sandra Bullock’s Annie yells at him from the driver’s seat.

I had a similar reaction to this week’s Power, in which Tommy decides that the best way to handle Bailey »

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Catch Up With Emmy-Nominated Stars and Shows on the Remote Controlled Podcast

13 July 2017 5:52 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Since launching last fall, Variety’s “Remote Controlled” podcast has had some of the industry’s biggest stars and showrunners stop by for a in-depth chat about their work. Many of the guests on the show earned Emmy nominations, which were unveiled Thursday.

Catch up on conversations with some of the Emmy nominees here:

This Is Us” cast, including Sterling K. Brown and Milo Ventimiglia (lead actor in a drama)

Thandie Newton, “Westworld” (supporting actress in a drama)

David Harbour, “Stranger Things” (supporting actor in a drama)

Neil Meron and Craig Zadan, “Hairspray Live!” (special class program)

Riz Ahmed, “The Night Of” (lead actor in a limited series)

Felicity Huffman, “American Crime” (lead actress in a limited series)

Brian Grazer and Ron Howard, “Genius” (limited series)

Lesli Linka Glatter and Mandy Patinkin, “Homeland” (directing for a drama series, supporting actor in a dram)

Aziz Ansari, “Master of None” (lead actor in a comedy)

Bertram van Munster and »

- Debra Birnbaum

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Emmy Nominee Reactions 2017: Millie Bobby Brown, Ryan Murphy, RuPaul, and More Celebrate Their Nominations

13 July 2017 2:47 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The 2017 Emmy nominations caused quite a stir when they were announced this morning, causing mixed reactions from fans that ranged from excited to disheartened. But no one was more elated than this year’s nominees, many of whom expressed their gratitude with written statements, while others took to Twitter and Instagram to share their excitement.

Read MoreIndie Film Invades the Emmys: Jean Marc-Vallée, Reed Morano and More Cinematic Voices Dominate Kevin Spacey, “House of Cards

If at first you don’t succeed, try try try try try try try try try try again! #Emmys2017 #Hoc pic.twitter.com/NkABF5qRTb

Kevin Spacey (@KevinSpacey) July 13, 2017

David Gelb, Creator, “Chef’s Table”

“We are honored and thrilled for this recognition of the hard work and talent of our relentless production and post teams. We are deeply grateful to our incredible chefs for letting us into their lives (and feeding us), and to »

- Gabrielle Kiss

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Emmys: How Women Fared in Top Series, Writing, Directing Categories

13 July 2017 2:37 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Here’s a pleasant Emmy nominations surprise: “Homeland’s” Lesli Linka Glatter has some female company this year in the drama series directing competition. But few femmes made the cut in the comedy series writing and directing races.

Reed Morano, the rising-star helmer who generated raves for her work on the first three episodes of Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale,” is up for the series’ first installment, “Offred.” Kate Dennis of “Handmaid’s Tale” is also up for “The Bridge” episode. Morano is also nommed for cinematography for her work on the pilot for HBO’s “Divorce.

Glatter has earned three consecutive directing noms for her work on “Homeland,” as well as in 2013. In 2010 she was up for the unforgettable “Guy Walks Into an Advertising Agency” seg of “Mad Men.” This time around Glatter is recognized for the “America First” episode of “Homeland’s” sixth season.

Female showrunners made strides in representation in the drama series »

- Cynthia Littleton

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Emmy Nominations Analysis: Freshmen Dramas and Auteurs Rule as Voters Do Their Homework

13 July 2017 12:30 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

How wide open was the Emmy Awards nominations race this year with “Game of Thrones” sitting out this year? Five first-year series crowded into the drama series race — an unprecedented display of new-ness in what has long been the Emmy’s most competitive category.

Last year, USA Network’s “Mr. Robot” was the sole freshman entry among seven drama series nominees. This year, “Homeland” and “The Americans” were elbowed aside by Netflix’s “The Crown” and “Stranger Things,”  Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale,” NBC’s “This Is Us” and HBO’s “Westworld.”

The wealth spread to newbies reflects the breadth of programming that Emmy voters had to choose from and a clear desire by voters to inject fresh blood into the realm of shows considered Emmy-worthy.

In that sense, the Peak TV explosion of nearly 500 scripted series helped lower-profile entries like “The Crown” and “Handmaid’s Tale,” as well as for FX’s “Atlanta” on the »

- Cynthia Littleton

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Emmys 2017: nominees 'chuffed', 'thrilled' (and determined to try harder)

13 July 2017 11:42 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

What Thursday morning’s nominees are saying.

There were plenty of smiles after the nominations were announced. Click here for the list.

Outstanding Drama Series

“Chuffed, thrilled, proud, honoured! So delighted for everyone involved. A proper fat cigar moment, if only I smoked. Drinks all round, if only I drank. I shall have to make do with turning cartwheels.”

Peter Morgan, The Crown

“Best morning ever! So thrilling to be recognized especially in such a wide range of categories! When we at 21 Laps first read the Duffer Brothers’ pilot two years ago, we knew it and they were something special. My collaboration with these mad genius twins, and the way our incredible cast and crew have helped bring the Duffer brothers’ vision and voice to life, is thrilling. We set out to make this weird little show because we loved it. The way it’s been embraced by fans, critics and now the Television Academy has turned »

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Emmys Add Diverse Range of Nominees In 2017

13 July 2017 11:35 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

After #OscarsSoWhite, when every single one of the 20 Oscar acting nominations were given to white thespians, the Emmy nominations continue to reveal far more diversity in the television industry.

Unlike the movie business, more television shows are aimed at more diverse audiences from the start, which gives some 20,000 Emmy voters a wealth of options. The television industry casts a wider net, aiming shows at every audience segment, especially women, who are consistently underserved by the Hollywood studios, despite their strong box office stats. And television series can take more chances on giving shows time to find their core audience.

Read More2017 Emmy Nominations List: ‘Stranger Things,’ ‘Westworld’ Nominated for Best Drama Series

The diversity of the Emmy acting nominees held steady with 2016. Among this year’s 75 nominees in 12 major long-form acting categories (not including guest or short form), 16 nominees, or 21 percent, were people of color. Eleven acting categories boasted at least one nominee of color, »

- Anne Thompson

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Emmys Add Diverse Range of Nominees In 2017

13 July 2017 11:35 AM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

After #OscarsSoWhite, when every single one of the 20 Oscar acting nominations were given to white thespians, the Emmy nominations continue to reveal far more diversity in the television industry.

Unlike the movie business, more television shows are aimed at more diverse audiences from the start, which gives some 20,000 Emmy voters a wealth of options. The television industry casts a wider net, aiming shows at every audience segment, especially women, who are consistently underserved by the Hollywood studios, despite their strong box office stats. And television series can take more chances on giving shows time to find their core audience.

Read More2017 Emmy Nominations List: ‘Stranger Things,’ ‘Westworld’ Nominated for Best Drama Series

The diversity of the Emmy acting nominees held steady with 2016. Among this year’s 75 nominees in 12 major long-form acting categories (not including guest or short form), 16 nominees, or 21 percent, were people of color. Eleven acting categories boasted at least one nominee of color, »

- Anne Thompson

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Emmys 2017 Snubs and Surprises: ‘Transparent,’ ‘The Leftovers,’ and Pamela Adlon(!)

13 July 2017 9:27 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

A “snub” implies a conscious dismissal; a knowing exclusion; a willful act of disdainful rebuffing. And in the era of “too much TV,” the idea of Emmy voters purposefully boxing out anyone other than Donald Trump is a bit nutty. Those who don’t make the cut aren’t “snubs” so much as they’re… leftovers.

But the 2017 nomination list sure was filled with surprises, good and bad. And while we’d like to refer to the surprising exclusions as leftovers, that’s just too darn confusing when so many of the excluded came from a show called “The Leftovers.” So we’re sticking with snubs. Just know that we know the TV Academy didn’t mean anything by it.

The Snubs

“The Americans”

After breaking into the major categories for the first time last year, FX’s critically acclaimed drama was kicked right back out of the Drama Series race. »

- Ben Travers

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'Stranger Things,' 'SNL,' 'Westworld' Top 2017 Emmy Nominations

13 July 2017 9:16 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Atlanta, Stranger Things, Westworld and Saturday Night Live picked up multiple nominations for the 2017 Primetime Emmy Awards. The Best Drama category featured several newcomers including Stranger Things, Westworld, The Crown, This Is Us and The Handmaid's Tale, which will compete against veterans House of Cards and Better Call Saul. Donald Glover's breakout FX series Atlanta will compete for Best Comedy against Black-ish, Master of None, Modern Family, Silicon Valley, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and Veep.

Overall, Saturday Night Live and Westworld were the most nominated shows with 22 each. Westworld performers Evan Rachel Wood, »

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Emmy Nominations 2017: My Snappy Judgments

13 July 2017 8:56 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

The 2017 Emmy nominations were, as per usual, both thrilling and maddening (see full list here). For every inspired nod (Fargo‘s Carrie Coon!) there was a snub that had me scratching the skin off my scalp (The LeftoversCarrie Coon?!). So without further adieu, I give you the good, the bad and the downright ugly from this year’s list. 

RelatedEmmy Nominations: SNL, Westworld, Feud and Stranger Things Lead Pack

I’m Super-Ecstatic About:

*  Carrie Coon getting recognized for her understated Fargo performance (but, sadly, not… well, see “I’m Super-Pissed About” below).

* All the love for Handmaid’s Tale, »

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