Emmys 2015: A Look at the LGBT Nominees and Nominated Role/Shows

There’s always something as well, Ellen and Portia are usually around somewhere. The 67th Annual Emmy Awards will be presented this Sunday with “Brooklyn 99” star Andy Samberg serving as host and just as LGBT characters have become a part of mainstream television, the nominees reflect that, too. In fact, with most of the show nominations, […]

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The Blend: Rosie Returns, Quinto’s Next TV Role and Two Andys Remember Joan Rivers

“The View:” The new and improved season of the ABC daytime talker kicks off on Monday with the return of Rosie O’Donnell, who talked to Variety about coming back to the show she famously left in 2007. “I think it’s going to be must-see TV,” O’Donnell told the trade paper. “My goal is to come in peace. And the contrast between […]

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Claire Danes to Host Nobel Peace Prize Concert

NEW YORK (AP) — Claire Danes has been tapped to host the 20th anniversary Nobel Peace Prize concert in December. The Emmy-winning “Homeland” actress will host the Dec. 11 event in Oslo, Norway. The concert will celebrate the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, which was awarded the prestigious honor earlier this month. The […]

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Why Did ‘Homeland’s’ Twist Feel Like a Cheat?

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 a backpack in Beirut, or blowing up CIA headquarters in the middle of a memorial service for the vice-president. But for its first two seasons, […]

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Fall TV Preview: ‘Homeland’ Season 3 Burning Questions Answered

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 under a second attack. This time not by terrorists, but by the United States Congress, which isn’t sure that an entity that can’t protect itself […]

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