Now that the much anticipated Season 3 of Homeland is well underway many viewers, including myself, may be thinking the writers should have called it quits after Season 2. They seemed to have lost the script.
The show is seeping into our culture and our lives in unexpected ways -- which means that it may have turned you without your being fully aware. Here are some telltale signs...
Edward Norton becomes the second "Moonrise Kingdom" cast member in a row who is not actively promoting anything to host "Saturday Night Live." And, hey, look at Norton up there: Charming his way through "SNL."
I asked readers to suggest shows on Netflix worth checking out, and dozens of you came through.
Here're some of the most memorable foods from Seinfeld, excluding those salty, salty pretzels.
This week "Parenthood" brought the drama. Marriage problems, work woes, family struggles -- the episode had it all. As per usual, emotions got real and plenty of tears happened.
It seems we've finally arrived at the digital dream these days, with the ability to catch up with TV whenever we like on Netflix and some exciting next generation gaming consoles on the way full of new features.
The arrival in DVD format of the third and final season of Neil Jordan's "The Borgias" gives rise to a host of interesting and even important questions.
Damon Lindelof and Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan had an identical agenda while wrapping up their respective series: avoid an X-Files-style ending at all costs.
These are all shows that deserve wider attention but weren't big hits when they first aired.
"Homeland's" problems are not just about Teen Runaway Dana or Awful Leo: They are much bigger than that.
The remarkable thing about this area, is that it's easy to imagine Ichabod being chased by the Headless Horseman to this day.
This was the first really plot heavy episode of the season and the showrunners are obviously teeing themselves up for some great drama later on in the season (even if the amnesia angle is just a little bit cliché).
These shows may not be classics through and through, but they are definitely among Netflix's better offerings.
It took a lot of courage for me to stand almost completely alone in the face of corporate witch-burning terrorism, class attack, and voracious sexist censorship waged against me, from which I have never, and will never fully recover.
David Mitchell launched his new TV comedy panel show, Was It Something I Said? on Channel 4 last week, and whilst many people may be looking forward...