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Remote Rewind: Showtime previews 'Homeland,' HBO goes 'All The Way,' TNT renews trio

Television news breaks every day and it’s easy to miss important information about your favorite shows. Join us every week for “Remote Rewind” where we gather the top stories from the week all in one place.

1) Showtime releases new footage from Homeland and The Affair

Carrie’s back! Showtime used its session at the Television Critics Association summer press tour to promote the return of Homeland, arguably Showtime’s biggest original drama and debut the first footage of The Affair…what executives hope will be its next big thing.

2) HBO to bring All The Way from Broadway to TV

It doesn’t really make a difference what role Bryan Cranston plays nowadays does it? He’s a fan favorite for a reason.

3) TNT renews The Last Ship and Major Crimes; next season of Falling Skies to be final

TNT’s always been a summer powerhouse and these three shows are a big part of the reason.

4) Saturday Night Live fires three featured players

Saturday Night Live cleaned house this week as preparations for the show’s landmark 40th anniversary season get underway. In addition to Brooks Wheelan, who announced his exit over Twitter, Noel Wells and John Milhiser will also not return.

5) ABC reveals dates for fall season premieres

When will Olivia Pope return? How well Meredith Grey do without Christina around? When will the Frozen characters invade Once Upon A Time? Now we know…

6) Wentworth Miller signs on to The Flash

Wentworth Miller joins The Flash TV series as rogues gallery head Captain Cold. Welcome back to TV Mr. Scofield we missed you!

7) Sons of Anarchy final season set for September debut

If you’re not watching this show, you really have been missing out. SAMCRO forever!

8) American Horror Show: Freak Show debuts new footage

Yeah, four seasons in and Ryan Murphy keeps finding newer and dark avenue to go down. We can’t wait!

9) 24 stops the clock

The latest worst day in the life of Jack Bauer has come to a close. It was heart-wrenching finale and one that showed fans still love 24 and Kiefer Sutherland is still one of TV’s finest actors.

10) USA debuts Rush and Satisfaction to low initial ratings

Cue the Rolling Stones. USA’s latest rookies may have been a little too dark for audiences as both registered identical ratings that were below expectations.

Tags: All The Way Homeland The Last Ship

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