ABC Networks‘ anthology legal drama series American Crime premieres its third season tonight.
#Americancrime season 4 has not been confirmed.
Emmys: 2 wins
— Homeland (@SHO_Homeland) July 14, 2016
Showtime and Starz subscriptions are now available for 7 day free trials on Amazon Prime here.
Homeland has been renewed for Seasons 7 and 8. Season 6 will air Sunday, January 15th at 9PM ET/PT with principal photography commencing in New York City several weeks from now.
Emmys: 8 wins 33 nominations
— Power (@Power_STARZ) July 3, 2016
“Then, what the hell is the presidency for!”
“I have the power, now, and I intend to use it.”
— Lyndon Baines Johnson
Politics is War.
HBO premiered the movie “All the Way” on May 21. It is great film where Four Temperaments are clearly shown in action.
“November 22, 1963: John F. Kennedy was dead in Dallas, killed by an assassin. Jacqueline Kennedy, her clothes still spattered with her husband’s blood, stood beside Vice-President Lyndon Baines Johnson as Johnson took the presidential oath of office. Camelot was suddenly and shockingly gone. In the passage of a few jolting hours, King Arthur had been replaced by the crude, graceless, but equally energetic Lyndon Johnson, a professional politician from Texas.” [Presidential Temperament]
…there is no other shelter hereabout:
misery acquaints a man with strange bedfellows.
I will here shroud till the
dregs of the storm be past.
They couldn’t be stranger bedfellows.
They couldn’t be more different — in Temperament and upbringing.
But there they were. Bound together in tragedy and purpose, at this point in time.
They needed each other, and they wanted each other’s help.
It was really an impossible task for anybody. Especially for Jack.
Except for him.
There he was in the small room — secret service keeping him there, he, not knowing what was happening.
Jack had essentially had cut him off from power for three years.
Powerless. A Fox on a Leash.
The first Vice President, had described it as “the most insignificant office that ever the invention of man contrived or his imagination conceived.”
But then one of Kennedy’s aides, came to him in that small hospital room, and said with some solemnity — “Mr President..”