Serial Bites: Homeland, The Walking Dead, White Collar, Another Sleepy Hollow TV Series

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Today’s bite-sized serial menu brings news and tidbits from the worlds of Homeland, The Walking Dead, White Collar and yet another Sleepy Hollow TV project.

  • Homeland‘s Damian Lewis teases Brody’s Season 2 journey in an interview with EW:

“Brody makes a mission statement to Abu Nazir at the end of season one when he says “I have decided non-violence is the way forward.” And he seems to say at that point that you have not successfully radicalized me to act violently, but I do still hold this personal grudge towards the Vice President and Brody is clearly still vulnerable and unstable. He accepts the job because it gets him to be closer to the man he needs to be closer to—the Vice President.”

  • Sarah Wayne Callies talks to TV Guide about Lori’s role in the upcoming third season of The Walking Dead:

“A big role for her is seeking redemption and she’s very anxious to make sure that her pregnancy doesn’t end up putting anyone in jeopardy. She wants to make sure that good people don’t put themselves in danger to protect her because she feels deeply unworthy of that right now. At the same time, she’s got a real desire to create a home. Whereas Rick can see a fortress [the prison], Lori is the one who turns that fortress into a home. That’s her goal.”

  • Here are three sneak peeks from White Collar “Diminishing Returns”, airing July 24 on USA:

  • We’ve already told you about one Sleepy Hollow TV series being developed at Fox, turns out there’s another being pitched: the team behind ABC’s cancelled series Missing are reportedly in talks with the CW for another ‘contemporary take’ on the Legend of Sleepy Hollow. It’s described as a ‘boundary-pushing horror story for television in which FBI Agent Ichabod Crane arrives in Sleepy Hollow to investigate a mysterious beheading.’ [Deadline | HT: @chrispatt86]

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