Something is missing from the fifth season of Homeland, the Showtime thriller starring Claire Danes as a bipolar-savant CIA analyst that has lost and regained its footing more times than a gymnast with a charley horse. It’s not justShow More Summary
In some respects, Claire Danes is lucky that her breakthrough role, in the ABC drama "My So-Called Life," was at least a decade ahead of its time. Danes was in her mid-teens when the series premiered in 1994, earning critical acclaim but, by the standards of the time, relatively low ratings. The...
Nominees Claire Danes, Amy Poehler, Tatiana Maslany and Matt LeBlanc make the rounds. read more
Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) has a new home and employer in season five of Homeland, but she quickly finds herself draw back into foreign affairs in the trailer. It’s been about three years since the events of season four, and the action’s moved to Germany, where Carrie is now the head of security at the Düring Foundation. Show More Summary
Just when Carrie Matheson (Claire Danes) thought she was out... The official full-length trailer for Season 5 of Homeland is finally here, and it seems like - surprise, surprise - Carrie is not going to be able to put her CIA past behind her as easily as she might hope. Show More Summary
From the halls of Liberty High School to a castle in England, life has changed for "My So-Called Life" star A.J. Langer. Langer is best known for playing the wild and wonderful Rayanne Graff in the '90s series alongside Claire Danes,...Show More Summary
There's a host of changes heading Carrie Mathison's way on Homeland. The new season, which picks up two years after the end of Season 4, finds Carrie (Claire Danes) working for a private security firm in Berlin. "Carrie really isn'tShow More Summary
Claire Danes and company talk about what's happened since the season-four finale. read more
Game of Thrones topped Thursday's Emmy nominations with 24, while Tatiana Maslany finally broke through. The Orphan Black star will vie for drama actress honors against two-time champ Claire Danes (Homeland), Viola Davis (How to Get Away with Murder), Taraji P. Show More Summary
Just when she thought she was out... Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) is trying to leave her old CIA life behind her on the upcoming fifth season of Homeland, but that may be easier said than done. A new trailer for Season 5, which premieres...Show More Summary
Gordon Ramsay, Michael Douglas, Claire Danes, among others will join James Corden during his initial broadcastings. read more
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The 'Homeland' producers and series star Claire Danes tease the upcoming fifth season at PaleyFest. read more
"Homeland" concluded Season 4 with a lot of lingering questions, but when Season 5 returns, don't expect it to pick up right where the previous storylines left off. Yes, that means what you think it does: Carrie (Claire Danes) and Quinn...Show More Summary
It's time for the first major awards show of the season: the Golden Globes! Can Netflix take home its first series prize with Orange Is the New Black or House of Cards? Can Claire Danes maintain her perfect record? Can anything... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com The 72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards
Stateside once more following an assignment in Pakistan that went tragically wrong, the CIA’s Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) reassesses her dark and complicated life on “Long Time Coming,” the Season 4 finale of Showtime’s “Homeland...
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A naive asset unwittingly helps the CIA’s Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) close in on a terrorist plotting against Americans. But the covert operation ultimately backfires with tragic consequences on “From A to B and Back Again,” Episode 406 of Showtime’s...
To track down a Pakistani terrorist likely plotting an attack on Americans, the CIA’s Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) must quickly win over a young and frightened asset on “About a Boy,” Episode 405 of Showtime’s “Homeland.”
With "Homeland" now two episodes into Season 4, it's time to address the elephant in the room: Peter Quinn is the best character on the show.Claire Danes has and always will be the star of the Showtime drama as Carrie Mathison, and Damien Lewis had his time in the sun as Nicholas Brody. Show More Summary