Both series will return with 12 new episodes next year.
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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
Now that the dust (and ricin) have settled from Sunday’s “Breaking Bad” finale, it’s worth considering what makes a drama series’ exit good or bad.
Viewers are being asked to choose between “Breaking Bad” and “Homeland” on Sunday night. But with all the time-shifting ability we have nowadays, is this really a problem? The answer to that question …
xfinityTV caught up with the cast and the producers of the new Showtime series to get the 411 on five things you will want to know about “Masters of Sex” before tuning into the series premiere this Sunday night, Sept. 29, at 10/9c on Showtime.
Dr. William Masters was not a feminist. Apart from his studies of the human physiology of sex, he was a traditional man in the mid-1950s, the kind who kept his wife at home.
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
Dexter deserved better. So did “Dexter” fans, who, witnessing this Showtime drama end in a heap, were subjected to the lamest series finale since “Seinfeld.”
It’s hard to fully process one’s feelings about the end of a television series that’s lasted as long as “Dexter” has. This season started off strong, then took a turn for the worse. Still, I was optimistic that this final hour would be a redemption of sorts, a fitting end to the story of Dexter Morgan and his sister. As the closing scene faded from my television screen, my reaction wasn’t shock or sadness. It was anger.