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Homeland Tops Nominations for TV Critics Association Awards

Damian Lewis and Claire Danes

Freshman drama Homeland grabbed a leading four nominations for the Television Critics Association Awards.

The Showtime series was nominated for Best New Series, Best Drama Series and Best Program of the Year. Leading lady Claire Danes was also singled out for her individual performance.

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Following close behind with three nominations were critically acclaimed series Breaking Bad, Mad Men and Game of Thrones, each nominated for Best Drama Series and Best Program of the Year, along with individual performances from Bryan Cranston, Jon Hamm and Peter Dinklage, respectively.

Among this year's Heritage Award nominees are Saturday Night Live, Lost, Cheers, Star Trek and Twin Peaks.

The TCA Awards will be handed out Saturday, July 28.

Check out a full list of nominees: read more

10 Shows to Catch Up On This Summer, and Where to Watch Them

Vampire Diaires

Are you tired of feeling out of the loop when all of your friends are debating The Vampire Diaries love triangle? Curious why your co-workers have been freaking out over Game of Thrones for the past few months?
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Mega Buzz: New Good Wife Faces, a True Blood Romance and a Mad Men Haunting

Archie Panjabi, Denis O'Hare, Vincent Kartheiser

Every week, editors Adam Bryant and Natalie Abrams satisfy your need for TV scoop. Please send all questions to or tweet them to @adam_bryant or @NatalieAbrams.

How soon will we meet Kalinda's husband next season on The Good Wife? — Beth
We're hearing that he will be in the season premiere and at least five additional episodes next season. But he won't be the only new face. Look for a calculating, self-righteous bankruptcy trustee who's brought in to fix the firm's financial woes. We hear he butts heads with just about everyone. Perhaps that's because he's cutting costs...and — gulp! — slashing jobs?

I can't wait to see Russell Edgington again on True Blood. Got any scoop on his return? — Mark
The former King of Mississippi will... read more

Playa Gonna Play! New Girl's Schmidt Courts the Women of TV

Max Greenfield

Now that New Girl's Schmidt is back on the market (sorry, Cece!), it's time for our favorite man slut to get back in the game. His first targets? Some of our favorite leading ladies of the small screen.

In an article posted on Variety Tuesday, Schmidt (played by Max Greenfield), pens three individualized notes to court... read more

Community and NBC Lead Critics' Choice Television Award Nominations


Here's some good news, Community fans: The NBC comedy earned six Critics' Choice Television Awards nominations Tuesday, the most of any show. read more

Ratings: Game of Thrones’ Season Finale Hits Series High, Longmire Debuts Strong

Iain Glen, Emilia Clarke

Game of Thrones closed out its second season on a series high Sunday, nabbing 4.2 million viewers for the season finale.

Those numbers were up notable from the 3.9 million that tuned in for the Season 2 premiere, and Season 1 finale, which grabbed... read more

Game of Thrones' Alfie Allen Addresses Theon's Fate, Wants Free Brothels for All

Alfie Allen

Is Theon dead or could he be headed for a fate worse than death on Game of Thrones?

[Spoilers! If you haven't watched "Valar Morghulis" yet, then it's best not to continue reading. You've been warned.]

In the Season 2 finale, Theon Greyjoy (Alfie Allen) gives a rousing battle speech just before he's betrayed by his own men from the Iron Islands. The last we see of the former ward of Winterfell is a burlap bag being placed over his head as he lay unconscious.

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Ask Matt: Thrones, Mad Men, NCIS, Rumpelstiltskin and More

Alfie Allen

Send questions and comments to and follow me on Twitter!


Question: With Game of Thrones wrapping up, and with last week's utterly spellbinding "Blackwater" episode, do you think the show has a better chance of being nominated for and winning an Emmy for best drama? I know the powers that be don't usually go for this ...
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Game of Thrones' Kit Harington: Jon's Soul Is Ripped Out

Kit Harington

In the harrowing Season 2 finale of Game of Thrones, Jon Snow discovered that being a bastard was the least of his problems.

[Spoilers! If you haven't watched "Valar Morghulis" yet, then it's best not to continue reading. You've been warned.]

On Sunday's episode... read more

Weekend TV: Reviewing Teen Wolf, Longmire; Plus Thrones Finale

Dylan O'Brien, Tyler Posey and Crystal Reed

Nothing gets the blood boiling and the early summer temperature rising quicker than a fix of werewolf and vampire lust. read more

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