Showtime is adding two more original series to its lineup.
The cable channel announced Thursday it had ordered a 12-episode season of the drama Homeland, starring Claire Danes, and the comedy House of Lies, starring Don Cheadle. Both series will begin production in the summer.
Fresh off their Emmy wins at the Creative Arts ceremony, Kathryn Joosten, Cynthia Nixon and Glynn Turman will make the trek to the big show to present at the Primetime Emmy Awards.Joosten won her second guest actress Emmy for Desperate Housewives, while Nixon was honored for her multiple personality turn on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Turman won for his stint on In Treatment.Other stars set to present are nominees Alec Baldwin, Glenn Close, Sally Field, Sandra Oh and Ricky Gervais. Funnyman Craig Ferguson, former TV President Martin Sheen and Lipstick Jungle-r Brooke Shields are also confirmed to present.Pairings are also coming together: TV icons Mary Tyler Moore and Betty White will present together, as will Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart. Here's hoping if they do comedy actor again, the winner will actually be Steve Carell.The 60th Primetime Emmy Awards airs 8pm/ET Sunday on ABC. Joyce EngRelated• Griffin and Silverman are Effin' Emmy Winners Opra...