NEW YORK (AP) — Jesse Tyler Ferguson is a star in his own right but even he has had to gulp at the wattage on tap for the upcoming benefit for New York City's fabled Public Theater.
NEW YORK (AP) — As the Showtime spy thriller “Homeland” comes to an end, Claire Danes hopes that her portrayal of a character with bipolar disorder helps destigmatize mental illness.
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — Showtime says the eighth and final season of "Homeland" will debut in early 2020.
The channel said on Friday that production on the acclaimed drama's last 12...
NEW YORK (AP) — The final season of Showtime's "Homeland " will be a family project for Claire Danes and Hugh Dancy.
The network announced Tuesday that Dancy has signed on as a recurring...
PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — "Homeland" fans will have to wait longer than expected for the start of the last season.
Showtime said that the drama's planned return in June has been pushed back to fall.
The complexity of production is the reason for the season-eight delay, Showtime entertainment president Gary Levine said Wednesday.
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Virginia is turning to the star of "Homeland" to help boost tourism.
The state's tourism office released an online video Monday featuring actress Claire Danes talking about how much she enjoyed spending time in the Old Dominion. "Homeland" filmed its seventh season in central Virginia in 2017 and 2018.
Danes stars in the show, which has taken her bipolar, now former CIA agent Carrie through dangerous conflicts that sometimes mirrored real-world events.
NEW YORK (AP) — Designer Narciso Rodriguez is good at a lot of things — some would say masterful, especially when it comes to making striking, unfussy clothes that women feel great in.
One thing he's not so good at? Getting through an acceptance speech without choking up.
NEW YORK (AP) — Claire Danes and Hugh Dancy have welcomed a baby boy.
A publicist for the actors told The Associated Press on Friday that the couple gave birth Monday in New York.
This is the second child for the 39-year-old actress and 42-year-old actor. They are already parents to their 5-year-old son Cyrus Michael Christopher. The actors have been married since 2009.
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — Showtime says that its acclaimed series "Homeland" will end in 2019 with its eighth season.
The show's conclusion was announced Monday by Showtime Networks chief David Nevins, who called the Emmy-winning "Homeland" a game-changer for the premium cable channel.
Nevins told a TV critics' meeting that creator-producer Alex Gansa will bring the national security drama to what he called its "proper conclusion."
NEW YORK (AP) — The Boss will be among the headliners at the Tony Awards telecast on Sunday.
Producers of the show said Wednesday that Bruce Springsteen will perform at Radio City Music Hall in addition to receiving a special Tony for his ongoing show "Springsteen on Broadway."
NEW YORK (AP) — Designer Raf Simons scored a repeat win at fashion's glittery awards ceremony Monday night, again displaying his considerable influence in American fashion less than two years after taking the reins at Calvin Klein.
"Thank you, women!" Simons said, accepting the prestigious womenswear prize of the Council of Fashion Designers of America from presenter actress Cate Blanchett. It was actually the Belgian designer's third CFDA award in two years; last year he won for menswear, too.
The 4-year-old character referred to in the title of the new film "A Kid Like Jake " does not actually get much screen time at all. He's around and always being talked about, as his gender-fluidity is becoming more apparent to those around him, but "A Kid Like Jake" is not really about Jake at all — it's about his parents.
NEW YORK (AP) — A radiant Claire Danes walked the red carpet for the New York premiere of her new film, "A Kid Like Jake." She was glowing for a good reason — not just a new movie.
"I'm quite pregnant, but feeling good so far," Danes told The Associated Press. The actress is in her second trimester. It will be the second child for Danes and husband, Hugh Dancy.
Claire Danes’ kindergarten torture
WASHINGTON (AP) — Members of the cast of TV's "Homeland" call it "spy camp." It's when they travel to Washington to pick the brains of top U.S. intelligence officials.
And it's where Hollywood meets real-world intelligence and both sides realize that not everything is as it seems. The two worlds blur and it's hard to tell where today's national security and political events stop and the fictional drama begins.
Claire Danes talks indie film, her son and gender identity
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The seventh season of "Homeland" will be filmed in central Virginia.
Gov. Terry McAuliffe says creators of the Showtime spy thriller will begin filming in the Richmond area this fall. The show's seventh season is set to premiere in 2018.
McAuliffe says the state is "delighted to welcome this outstanding drama to the Commonwealth."
NEW YORK (AP) — The Donald Trump presidency has forced a reckoning for scripted TV shows that up to now have been trading on Beltway business-as-usual for their characters and stories. Here are four veteran series that, each in its own way, is adapting to the new age of government ushered in by Trump:
NEW YORK (AP) — Say you're a storyteller whose TV show draws inspiration from real-life Washington.
Whether portraying the noble geopolitics of "Madam Secretary" or the dirty deeds on "House of Cards," the high-stakes fumbling on "Veep" or the scourge of terrorism that haunts "Homeland," script writers have always faced the challenge of staying topical yet inventive without straying outside the bounds of plausibility.
NEW YORK (AP) — Margaret Atwood hasn't quite finished telling "The Handmaid's Tale."
LONDON (AP) — Mandy Patinkin knows that his show "Homeland" hasn't always shown Muslims in the best light — but he says that is changing with the award-winning show's sixth season.
"It's deeply important to me," he said in an interview this week with The Associated Press.
MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) — A noted professor with autism whose life's work understanding livestock was the subject of an HBO movie is speaking next week at Kansas State University.
NEW YORK (AP) — Temple Grandin, the autism spokesperson, consultant on the treatment of animals and best-selling author, is working on a children's book.
"Calling All Brains," a "hands-on" book about "invention and innovation," is scheduled to come out in 2018, Philomel Books told The Associated Press on Tuesday. The book will be based on more than 20 projects Grandin worked on as a child, according to Philomel, an imprint of Penguin Young Readers.