How ‘Homeland’ season finale affects Emmy future


It's news, I'd say, when a current Emmy-winning lead actor has an uncertain future on television and the events of the show have its fans in an uproar.

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  1. D says:

    Who knows whether it’ll win Drama Series, but the actors all have the submissions to win. Honestly, Lewis has seemed more over the top than Danes, who has always given this type of performance. Lewis’ performance has been more damaged by the writing than hers. But they all have great submissions, and so the series. It’s still a popular enough show with a decent amount of goodwill, so I can see it winning series again. I think comparing Homeland to Heroes is a mistake. Firstly, as fun as Heroes was, it was never as good as Homeland. And the entirety of Heroes second season sucked. At least Homeland had a pretty terrific first half of the season before it started getting shifty.

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