Change is never easy, but if you’re prepared, it’s certainly better. As Streampix begins to ramp down some of its TV series from the collection, this is your last chance to catch up to some of the classics we’ve featured.
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We’ve examined our 10 favorite outsized personalities represented by Streampix’s movie collection. Now it’s time to do the same on the TV side.
How do you best celebrate the upcoming holiday season? Why, hunkering down in front of your flat-screen with the kind of cold weather cheer provided by Christmas episodes from some of the most popular Streampix TV series.
NEW YORK (AP) — Claire Danes has been tapped to host the 20th anniversary Nobel Peace Prize concert in December. The Emmy-winning “Homeland” actress will host the Dec. 11 event… More
With the Golden Globes and Oscar races heating up, awards season is about to get underway, and what better way to survey the contenders than to check up on their early work, available on Streampix?
By Alyssa Rosenberg “Homeland” has never been afraid of jaw-dropping moments, whether it was Carrie’s honey-trapping Brody after a support group, grabbing his suicide video by accident when she pilfers… More
When “Homeland” returns Sunday (at 9 p.m. on Showtime), everyone and everything will have been displaced. The CIA is in post-bombing shambles, Carrie and Saul are at odds, and Brody is not even in the first two episodes of the new season.
When we return for Season 3 of “Homeland” on Sunday, Sept. 29, it is 56 days after the car bomb exploded and decimated CIA Headquarters, and now the CIA is… More
While “Breaking Bad,” “Modern Family” and “Behind the Candelabra” were the big winners at last night’s 65th Prime -Time Emmy Awards, there were several awards given out at last night’s nationally televised ceremony on CBS directly related to programming featured on Streampix.
With the third season premiere of “Homeland” on tap for Sept. 29 on Showtime (and Xfinity On Demand), its three celebrated stars—Emmy/Golden Globe winners Claire Danes and Damian Lewis and dual nominee Mandy Patinkin—are set to reprise their roles in the critically acclaimed post-9/11 tale of a marine hero-turned-terrorist-turned-double agent, itself an Emmy winner for Outstanding Drama Series and a two-time Golden Globe honoree for Best Television Series-Drama.