Homeland, the fantastic Showtime drama series from 24 writers Howard Gordon and Alex Gansa has won best TV drama at the Golden Globe awards. This is their second consecutive win in the category. You can watch their acceptance speech below (though Gansa mentions two big character deaths from the season 2 finale, so be careful if you’re not caught up on the series).
By 24 Spoilers , January 15th, 2012
Congratulations to former 24 writers Howard Gordon, Alex Gansa, Chip Johannessen (and other 24 crew members including Sean Callery, Brad Turner, and Michael Klick) for their huge win at tonights Golden Globes. Their new Showtime series Homeland scored a major and much deserved win for best television drama series (Claire Danes also won for best… View Article
In its first major development decision since taking the programming reins at Showtime as entertainment president, David Nevins is close to greenlighting his first pilot, a psychological thriller, from former 24 executive producer/showrunner Howard Gordon. Ben Affleck, hot off the No.1 opening of his crime caper The Town, is circling to direct. He has read… View Article
I’ve gotten word that two long-time 24 crew members have joined Showtime’s Homeland, an upcoming television drama series written by 24 executive producers Howard Gordon and Alex Gansa. Sean Callery, who has won multiple Emmy awards for his work as composer on the 24 series, will be scoring the Homeland pilot. Callery has been nominated… View Article