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Homeland’s James Rebhorn Dead at 65

Homeland’s James Rebhorn Dead at 65

Paul March 24, 2014 0

TV lost a great actor this weekend as James Rebhorn died at the age of 65. If you don’t know his name, you certainly recognize his face from his prominent roles on shows like

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Homeland Season Three Finale Brings In Huge Ratings

Homeland Season Three Finale Brings In Huge Ratings

Remy Carreiro December 17, 2013 0

Man, Homeland had a heck of a season closer, huh? It’s a good thing, too, because season two was so inconsistent with the rest of the show. But man, that Homeland season three finale

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Homeland 3.12 “The Star” Review: Hanging On and Letting Go

Homeland 3.12 “The Star” Review: Hanging On and Letting Go

Chris King December 16, 2013 0

Wow. That’s what I was left saying after last night’s season finale of Homeland. While season three of Homeland has suffered from uneven pacing and questionable focus on certain characters or plotlines, its finale,

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Homeland 3.11 “Big Man in Tehran” Review: “Get Me Out of Here”

Homeland 3.11 “Big Man in Tehran” Review: “Get Me Out of Here”

Chris King December 9, 2013 0

 Homeland truly has been firing on all cylinders these past few episodes. The intensity that the series once possessed, the authenticity of the central characters of Brody, Saul, and Carrie, and the overall unexpectedness

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Homeland 3.10 “Good Night” Review: Borderline Lovers

Homeland 3.10 “Good Night” Review: Borderline Lovers

Chris King December 2, 2013 0

In my review of last week’s Homeland, I expressed my doubt about whether all the uneven pacing and disconnected plot threads from this third season would be able to come together and provide a

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Homeland 3.09 “One Last Time” Review: Reunited and It Feels So Weird

Homeland 3.09 “One Last Time” Review: Reunited and It Feels So Weird

Chris King November 25, 2013 0

Homeland had its second strong episode in a row last night with “One Last Time,” as Brody and Carrie were reunited and all the pieces Homeland has been setting up (even the misadventures of

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Homeland 3.08 “A Red Wheelbarrow” Review: A Shot of Excitement

Homeland 3.08 “A Red Wheelbarrow” Review: A Shot of Excitement

Chris King November 18, 2013 0

Well, after all my talk about being disconnected and detached from Homeland in my review last week, I have to say that this week’s episode, “A Red Wheelbarrow,” is easily the most compelling episode

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Homeland 3.07 “Gerontion” Review: Guilty Parties

Homeland 3.07 “Gerontion” Review: Guilty Parties

Chris King November 11, 2013 0

I have a weird relationship with Homeland this season. Unlike a lot of other TV critics that I’ve read, I don’t think season three of Homeland has been horrible. Or painful. Or cringe-worthy. Instead,

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Homeland 3.06 “Still Positive” Review: Packed With Punch

Homeland 3.06 “Still Positive” Review: Packed With Punch

Chris King November 4, 2013 0

So before we discuss the bulk of last night’s pretty solid episode of Homeland, entitled “Still Positive,” let’s get the major negatives out of the way first. Even though I had been hoping against

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Homeland 3.05 “The Yoga Play” Review: Back to Basics

Homeland 3.05 “The Yoga Play” Review: Back to Basics

Chris King October 28, 2013 0

After last week’s divisive twist that left some fans applauding but many more throwing things at their television screens, Homeland had a lot to make up for with last night’s episode, “The Yoga Play.”

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