After weeks of hype, "Homeland" is back where it belongs: on our TV screens! And judging from tonight's Season 2 premiere, didn't need to worry about the show finding a way to generate tension after solving the central mystery of Season 1.
Homeland gets attention because it won multiple Emmy awards and also ended last season with a storyline full of tension and suspense, as well as authenticity. Dexter, on the other hand, ended its season with our favorite serial killer being discovered by his sister plying his trade. Oops!
Even though Season 5 was a down year for Mad Men, it was still clearly one of the best shows on television. It took something very special to best it. Which brings us to Homeland. I'm pleased that Homeland won for best drama.
There will be a startling upset in the race for Best Drama Series at the Emmys this Sunday, according to the experts polled by Gold Derby. Breaking Bad will break loose and overtake the category's longtime champ.
Was Don's silent look at the end of the Mad Men finale the equivalent of Schwarzenegger saying: "I'll be back"? Is it possible that the last three minutes of the episode redeemed the entire season?
It's oddly intriguing that a lackluster show and a diluted dose of Ricky Gervais appeals to me greater than his shockmeister two prior appearances.
As you may know I have a fondness for the ticky-tacky known as reality television, I so love the term because it's so not anyone's reality I've ever known. So this recap will examine first the ridiculous... then the sublime.
Have you been missing your adrenaline fix from 24? Well two of the men associated with the creation and running of that hit TV series are now involved with the SHOWTIME series Homeland.
The adage, "You can't go home again," isn't completely true. You can go home again, but it's going to involve serious heartbreak, a coke binge, multiple altercations, confronting uncomfortable truths and your own mother slapping your just-punched face.
It may seem impossible to remain optimistic about the state of Afghanistan's economy and prospects for prosperity, but one New York- based organization is doing its best to spread the wealth.
Spring is here and with Spring comes April, and with April comes Autism Awareness month, a mixed blessing as far as I'm concerned.
As a mother of a child with autism and as a trusted children's educator, I thank HBO for focusing on the gifts - the abilities within the challenges of autism.
Claire Danes is revelatory as Temple Grandin animal behaviorist, best-selling author, autistic and expert in autism.
In the role of the autistic, gruff voiced writer, educator, scientist, inventor, and consultant Temple Grandin, Claire Danes is as unglamorous as a glamorous movie star can be.
Temple Grandin, a world-renowned designer of livestock handling facilities and a professor of animal science at Colorado State University, is arguably the world's most famous person with autism.