Posted by on 26 October 2012 with Comments Off on ‘Firefly’ reunion special lands on Science Nov. 11

Via Red Eye Chicago:

It’s been a slow countdown to a “Firefly” reunion special ever since Science channel began airing episodes of the cult hit a few years ago. Mark your calendars, Browncoats, because the big event takes place Nov. 11.

“Firefly: Browncoats Unite” reunites Joss Whedon, Nathan Fillion, Sean Maher, Summer Glau, Adam Baldwin, Morena Baccarin, Alan Tudyk, Gina Torres and Jewel Staite for a 60-minute look at the series, including behind-the-scenes stories and footage from their San Diego and New York Comic Con panels.

“Firefly” told the story of Capt. Mal Reynolds (Fillion) and the crew of Serenity, a Firefly-class spaceship, and their adventures in space in the year 2517. It lasted just 14 episodes, but spawned a movie, “Serenity,” comics and a legion of rabid fans.

Posted by on 22 October 2012 with 1 Comment

From TVLine:

The terrorists continue to win: Showtime has picked up Homeland for a 12-episode third season. The news comes just hours after the Emmy-winning drama scored its most-watched episode ever; Sunday’s insane telecast attracted a series-high 1.75 million viewers.

“The Emmy wins for Homeland have certainly set the stage for a great second season,” said Showtime president David Nevins in a statement. “The writers, cast and crew of continue to create a remarkably entertaining and suspenseful roller coaster ride, growing audiences week after week. We can’t wait for our viewers to experience what unfolds through the rest of season two.”

Posted by on 18 October 2012 with Comments Off on homeland season two stills

I have added five episode stills from the new season of Homeland.

Posted by on 18 October 2012 with Comments Off on The GQ+A: Homeland’s Morena Baccarin

While speaking to Morena Baccarin about Homeland, I began to notice that the conversation had a bizarre undercurrent of urgency, like a distant bomb was ticking on the telephone line. But that’s really how it is with everything about Homeland: the stakes are never less than sky-high, betrayal is lurking everywhere, and you never know when something (or someone) is about to explode in your face. This is true even for Baccarin’s character Jessica Brody, the earnest military mom who is just beginning to realize how deep her husband’s deception goes. On Sunday’s episode, we saw Sgt. Brody’s wife come into her own as a political figure, while at the same time threatening to tear her photogenic family apart in order to get at the truth. Baccarin spoke to GQ about just how much Jessica suspects, how likely she is to leave Brody for Mike, and how stressful it can be to work on a show where everything can change in an instant.

The Q&A can be found here – once again, beware of spoilers!

Posted by on 18 October 2012 with Comments Off on spoilertv interview

Showtime’s Homeland, developed by Howard Gordon and Alex Gansa, has captivated us with its plot, following the steps of an ex-marine turned terrorist dealing with his everyday life with his oblivious family and trying to mislead the CIA from his true intentions: a twisted sense of justifiable retaliation towards his own country.

Winning four Emmy awards made Homeland’s season two one of the most anticipated premieres of the fall of 2012 and it did not disappoint: 2.4 million people tuned in to see what came next.

Brazilian beauty Morena Baccarin, who plays US Marine Sergeant Nicholas Brody’s wife Jessica Brody, took some time to answer some of our questions. Check them out:

The interview can be found here – be wary of sesaon two spoilers!

Posted by on 15 October 2012 with 1 Comment

A few weeks back, Morena talked with the Mail Online about Homeland. The article is accompanied by a new photoshoot. Will try and add those to the gallery soon! The full article can be read here!

As she reprises her breakthrough role in the award-winning TV series Homeland, Morena Baccarin talks to Jane Mulkerrins about adjusting to superstardom – and juggling the three men in her life.

‘I do think it is possible to be in love with two people at the same time,’ says Morena Baccarin pensively, her pretty, pixie-ish features looking sombre for a second. Fortunately for her husband of just 11 months, film director Austin Chick, the 33-year-old actress isn’t referring to her own relationships, but those of her alter ego Jessica Brody in the TV drama Homeland, which recently won four Emmys.

‘I don’t think you can blame Jessica for falling; eight years is a long time to wait for somebody,’ she continues, referring to her on-screen husband, US marine sergeant Nicholas Brody, played by British actor Damian Lewis. Missing in action for eight years, presumed dead, Brody is unexpectedly rescued and returned to his family. In his absence, however, Jessica has fallen for his best friend and fellow marine Mike, who has taken on de facto father duties with the two Brody children, Dana and Chris. ‘She held out hope, but I think eventually she decided to bury her husband – figuratively. She just decided Brody wasn’t ever coming back.’