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Pilot Scoop: Homeland's Morena Baccarin Joins ABC Medical Drama Warriors

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Former Homeland military wife Morena Baccarin is headed into battle herself with a series regular role in ABC’s medical drama pilot Warriors READ MORE


Homeland Burning Questions: Will [Spoiler] Sit Out Season 3? Did SNL's Spoof Sting? And More

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The terrorists didn’t win but they certainly seemed to gain the upper hand as the second, polarizing season of Homeland drew to a close Sunday night.

The twisty Showtime drama’s finale climaxed with …READ MORE


TVLine's Performer of the Week: Morena Baccarin

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A new feature in which we spotlight the past week’s shining star

THE PERFORMER | Morena Baccarin

THE SHOW | Homeland (Showtime)

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Morena Baccarin Teases Her 'Intense' Reunion With The Mentalist and Good Wife Weirdness

"War of the Roses" -- When a charity worker is killed, Jane (Simon Baker, right) has Erica Flynn (Morena Baccarin, left), a murderer he√¢¬?¬?d helped imprison years ago, furloughed in exchange for information she claims to have about the case, on THE MENTALIST, Thursday, Feb. 16 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Photo: Michael Yarish/Warner Bros. √?¬©2012 Warner Bros. Television. All Rights Reserved.

Morena Baccarin — already a part of one of TV’s very best dramas, Homeland — is keeping quite busy during her hiatus from the Showtime hit. Tonight at 10/9, she’s reprising her role of mischievous matchmaker Erica Flynn on CBS’ The Mentalist, and then on March 4 she’ll pay a visit to The Good Wife to accuse Dylan Baker’s Colin Sweeney of, well, the impossible. And that’s not to mention … READ THE TVLINE Q&A


Casting Updates: Good Wife Welcomes Homeland Hottie, Happy Endings Snags Hanks and More!

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Two familiar faces from Showtime’s fall drama lineup have landed hot new winter gigs.

First up, Homeland stunner Morena Baccarin will drop by The Good Wife this March, playing …READ MORE


Mentalist Scoop: Craig Bierko Previews 'Creepy' Case, Morena Baccarin Teases Her 'Juicy' Encore

ìRed ShirtîóJane (Simon Baker, left) and Lisbon investigate when a retired NFL star quarterback, Doc Duggan (Craig Bierko, right) is presumed dead after his car blows up,  on THE MENTALIST, Thursday, Dec. 8 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network Photo: Sonja Flemming/CBS ©2011 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved

American Horror Story has nothing on The Mentalist, which this Thursday (CBS, 10/9c) has Jane collaborating with an alive “dead” man (played by Craig Bierko) to track down a would-be murderer.

Also on the horizon for the crime drama: the return of Erica Flynn, the vexing vixen-slash-murderous matchmaker played by Morena Baccarin. READ MORE


Matt's Inside Line: Scoop on Sons of Anarchy, Supernatural, Homeland, Gossip Girl and More

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Is the supersized Sons of Anarchy finale as good as the 12 episodes that came before it? Who will be butting heads on Homeland? Why is Sam Winchester consorting with a hooker? Read on for those answers, plus other teases from TV’s hottest shows. GET THE INSIDE LINE


Homeland's Morena Baccarin Previews a Heated Face-Off and the Moment Jessica Cries, 'Enough!'

Morena Baccarin as Jessica Brody and Damien Lewis as Nicholas "Nick" Brody in Homeland (episode 6) - Photo: Kent Smith/SHOWTIME - Photo ID: homeland_105_0053

It’s rare that a nightmare is capped by a (seemingly) happy ending, and yet that twist of fate was dealt Jessica Brody on Showtime’s Homeland (airing Sundays at 10/9c). READ THE TVLINE Q&A


In Review: Showtime's Homeland Spies a Stirring New Take on the War Hero

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Damien Lewis as Scott Brody and Claire Danes as Carrie Anderson in Homeland (keyart) - Photo: Courtesy of SHOWTIME - Photo ID: homeland_gal_PR02_RaidCamera

Beginning immediately yet coincidentally in the aftermath of the 9/11 terror attacks, 24 for years played with the idea of new atrocities being committed on U.S. soil. And while that Fox thriller at times put an American (if not downright presidential) face on the architects of such treason, Showtime’s Homeland compellingly boils the drama down to this: What if a celebrated American war hero was in fact our country’s next big threat? What if a jihad was led by one of us? READ MORE