Six-time Emmy Award-winning TV "Homeland" continues to expand its cast, adding three names for the upcoming fourth season as filming proceeds in South Africa, according to reports.
"Mad Men" alum Mark Moses will play a "debauched expat" named Dennis, an "academic teaching political science at Islamabad's Quaid-I-Azam University," The Hollywood Reporter said.
Indian actress Numbrat Kaur's character will be a "high-level operative within Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence." Meanwhile, "True Lies" actor Art Malik will play a "retired Pakistani general named Bunran 'Bunny' Latif." Latif, as revealed will be an old friend of Saul Berenson, played by Mandy Patinkin. more >>
The third season of "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" continues to be one of the highest-rated reality shows as cast members do all that they can to make it big in the South's hip hop industry.
The show dropped a lot of bombshells this week, starting with Benzino and his pre-nup with fiancée Althea. Kirk persuaded Benzino to have a pre-nup done when he and Rasheeda Frost learned that the pair plans to get married in two weeks. Rasheeda wondered what the rush was all about until she realized that she's not really the best judge of relationships.
Benzino wasn't quite sure how to broach the subject, but Kirk said that if Althea truly loved him, she would sign the pre-nup without questioning it. However, after seeing his lovely fiancée film her music video for "Ghetto Love" in a shimmering dress, he promptly retracted it. more >>
Netflix has become the favorite means for many people who don't need or have cable, satellite, or other means of entertainment. With millions of subscribers, each month movie fans look for the latest releases updated onto the platform for streaming.
Below is a list of "What's New on Netflix" for August 2014 both for TV shows and movies.
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HBO's newest TV series "The Leftovers" season 1 Episode 6 entitled "Guest" was aired last Sunday, Aug. 3, 2014. It shed light on a character named Nora who was coping with the disappearance of her husband and children.
In "Guest," Nora (played by Carrie Coon) was found mourning for the loss of her family even after three years have passed. Her only surviving relative is Reverend Matt (played by Christopher Eccleston), a character featured in "Two Boats and a Helicopter."
The episode also centered on how Nora cope up with her life after the Departure. She was shown going on with her daily life as if everything is normal. more >>
"Nashville" fanatics will be excited about the good news: ABC announced that the hit show's third season will premiere with a live broadcast performance on Sept. 24 at 9 p.m. and main star Hayden Panettiere is already showing that pre-baby glow during a weekend getaway in Miami, Florida.
First off, show creator Callie Khouri told Radio Times that the third season premiere will feature live musical performances by some of the cast!
As revealed in E! Online, included in the lineup are Chris Carmack (playing the newly out gay cowboy Will Lexington) who will sing "If It's Love," song written by The Striking Matches. This will be followed by Charles Esten (who plays Deacon Claybourne) who will also do a rendition of "I Know How To Love You Now," a song co-written by Esten and Deana Carter. more >>
ABC's popular drama series "Revenge" will be airing its fourth season in eight weeks and there have been rumors that at least two new characters will join the series. Latest scoops suggest that a woman named Louise will be featured in the first two episodes of the upcoming season. Revenge fans are already speculating about new girl's connection to Emily Thorne.
E! Online confirmed that Elena Satine will be playing Louise in "Revenge" season 4. Her character will be "the black sheep daughter of a wealthy Southern family who will stir up trouble when she finds herself out east," Kristin Dos Santos of E! Online reported. This new scene player is deemed to be "slightly unhinged," as well.
More casting update spoilers also pointed out the coming of Brian Hallisay to play the new attractive man in the Hamptons named Ben. TVLine reported that "Ben is a new friend of Jack's and a local cop." The scoop also revealed that the character "has the potential to become a series regular." more >>