Inside 'Homeland,' the Terrorism Tale Turned TV Triumph

On May 1, when President Obama announced that U.S. forces had captured and killed Osama bin Laden, Alex Gansa had what might be described as a minor panic attack. "We were actually quite worried for a while," said Gansa, the co-creator and co-executive producer of "Homeland." "We had no idea that there was still an appetite to talk about these issues, to talk about the war on terror, to talk about how America was protecting its power overseas. Were people exhausted, was there fatigue? After...Full Story
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