Showtime’s “Homeland”, shot in Charlotte, picked up for 1st season: interview w/ producer Howard Gordon
Posted on 14 Apr 2011 by Jere Thomas
The Showtime series “Homeland”, whose pilot was shot earlier this year, has been picked up for 12 episodes, and will continue production here at Reelworks Studios at the NC Music Factory in Charlotte.
We got a Skype interview w/ Howard Gordon, the executive producer of “Homeland”, where we ask him about the show, and how they’re using Charlotte as a stand-in for Washington, D.C. Howard Gordon has been in the television industry for over 20 years, as a writer and producer. His credits include “Beauty and the Beast,” “X-Files,” “Buffy the Vampire-Slayer,” “Angel,” “The Inside,” and “24.” And now Howard Gordon…
Interview w/ Howard Gordan, of new TV show ‘Homeland’ by Jere Thomas
Here’s a sneak peak at Homeland, courtesy Showtime:
Can’t wait for the pilot!
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