Available at this price the entire week, season one of the Emmy winner and cultural phenom is 67% off its $59.98 list price. It’s also marked down to $25 on Blu-ray. So put that cry face away, this is great news.
Also available are ‘Breaking Bad’ seasons 1-4 on Blu-ray for $12 each. These deals are knocking.
This Homeland season 2 trailer will make you feel as a crazy as Carrie Mathison. And that’s good, because Showtime wants you to go ItHitsHome.com for some sort of mysterious mission.
… Or for a viral campaign.
My So-Called Homeland.
3.5 minute first look at the upcoming government conspiracy thriller, that’s more clip than promo. With bonus Mandy Patinkin.
On Thursday, Showtime ordered 12 episodes of ‘House of Lies,’ a half-hour comedy starring Don Cheadle as a “self-loathing,” cutthroat management consultant and Bell as one of Cheadle’s razor-sharp employees.
‘House of Lies’ was created by Matthew Carnahan (‘Dirt’), and it’s based on a tell-all book by Martin Kihn titled ‘House of Lies: How Management Consultants Steal Your Watch and Tell You the Time.’ Ben Schwartz (‘Parks and Recreation,’ ‘Undercovers’), Josh Lawson, Dawn Oliveri, Glynn Turman (a favorite from ‘In Treatment’) and Donis Leonard, Jr., round out the cast.
The network also ordered the hourlong psychological thriller ‘Homeland,’ which stars Claire Daines as a CIA officer “battling her own demons” and Damian Lewis as a soldier who may be connected to an Al Quaeda plot.
oosely based on Gideon Raff’s Israeli series Prisoners of War, Homeland centers on an American soldier taken prisoner during the invasion of Iraq in 2003. Left for dead, the soldier miraculously returns to the U.S. after years in captivity. Danes will play Carrie Anderson, a driven CIA officer battling her own psychological demons, who becomes convinced that the intelligence that led to his re-capture was a setup and that this national hero may be connected to an Al Qaeda plot to be carried out on American soil. Gordon, Gansa and Raff wrote the script for the Fox 21-produced pilot, which will be directed by Michael Cuesta.