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    Emmys: Claire Danes and Alex Gansa Discuss the Shocking Season 3 Finale to 'Homeland' and Tease Season 4

    The lead actress and showrunner of Showtime's drama attended an Emmys publicity screening Friday night and shared details on the grave decision behind the season three finale, what's next for the show in season four, and facing backlash from fans.

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    Character Actor James Rebhorn Penned His Own Touching, Gracious Obituary

    Rebhorn was a prolific stage performer, and in his last play, “Too Much, Too Much, Too Many,” a character decides to write her own obituary. Inspired by this, Rebhorn penned an honest, direct, and touching personal obituary, which can be read in full below.

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    Prolific Character Actor James Rebhorn Dies at 65

    James Rebhorn the prolific character actor, died this past Friday at the age of 65.

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    Nazanin Boniadi Promoted to 'Key Role' As Series Regular for 'Homeland' Season Four

    With a new set of twists and dangers, season three of "Homeland" took a different course than most expected. Nevertheless, one of the highlights of the season was the introduction of Fara Sherazi, a young and troubled Iranian woman who joins the CIA as an analyst.

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    ‘Game Of Thrones’ Tops List Of Most Pirated TV Shows Of 2013

    Does piracy help or hurt the industry? Heading into 2014, that's the riddle that still has a variety of answers depending on who you ask. There are some who say that that being able to "sample" music (or movies or films) first leads to folks buying concert tickets, DVDs or merchandise, thus still pr...

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    TV IS THE NEW CINEMA: Shocking 'Homeland' Season Three Finale Admits Failure (SPOILERS)

    The shocking "Homeland" season three finale was an admission of failure. They couldn't make it work so they're tossing it out and starting over.

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    IS TV THE NEW CINEMA? From 'Scandal' to 'House of Cards,' Pundits Continue the Debate

    There was an odd discussion on a recent Charlie Rose show, seemingly about TV as an art form, although technology and business models took up too much air time. These were the subjects the men on the panel (David Carr, Terence Winter, Josh Sapan, Rose himself) seemed most comfortable talking about....

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    The Double Standards for TV's Male and Female Politicians

    The storylines of female-politican characters on 'Scandal' and 'Alpha House' are a clear and sometimes funny reminder of why men can take higher office for granted, while women still have to work twice as hard for half the respect.

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    Directing the Future Panelists Are Beating the Odds

    According to an oft-cited statistic, women comprise only 9% of directors in the film industry. But the participants of the "Directing the Future" panel at Pepperdine University School of Law's Women in Hollywood: 100 Years of Negotiating the System symposium haven't let those numbers stop them.

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