VH1's "Couples Therapy With Dr. Jenn" begins airing its sixth season today, and with the previews that tease a season with so much learning and drama, the five big couples, starting with Angela "Big Ang" Raiola and husband Neil Murphy, will need to detail each of their struggles.
In a preview clip for season 6, Dr. Jenn Mann, the show's host and counselor, talks to the couples and will have them give a detailed account of the deepest and darkest moments in their relationships. "It's important for us to explore those moments, because a lot of the time, couples don't know how to talk through those moments," she said.
Big Ang then takes the spotlight and says her relationship with Murphy started to get rocky when they were building their house. While building a home is supposed to be a fun experience that should bring a couple much closer, the financial issues came between Big Ang and Murphy. more >>
If a situation comes to its worst, the best thing for one to do is to make sure to choose the right ally. This thought will further be explored when the second season of ABC's hit legal drama TV series "How To Get Away With Murder" continues this week that will see Annalise's (Viola Davis) student, Wes Gibbins (Alfred Enoch) striking up a partnership with an "unexpected ally."
Wes has been taking the spotlight in Season 2 since the show premiered and this connects to the devastation he felt after he found out that his girlfriend is missing. Desperation kicks in and Wes may now resort to taking matters into his own hands.
The spoiler reports for the upcoming episode titled "It's Called Octopus," says that Wes won't sit down until he could find out the truth behind Rebecca's (Katie Findlay) disappearance. more >>
The intense, heart-stopping premiere for the third season of NBC's hit crime drama series "The Blacklist" revealed how desperate Red (James Spader) and Liz (Megan Boone) are to get off the FBI's radar.
They had a perfect plan back then. All they had to do was stay hidden and emerge only when the dust is cleared. Unfortunately, their cover was blown. Betrayed by their ally's sister when they were about to leave, Red escaped while Liz got trapped inside the city.
The agency which Liz formerly worked for was close to getting their hands on the ex-operative but thankfully, she was able to seek asylum at the Russian embassy, telling them she's a spy for the country. more >>
Following the slew of huge revelations thrown over during the premiere showing of Fox's hit police-procedural drama TV series "Bones" Season 11, the Jeffersonian team is now getting closer than ever to finding out the truth behind Booth's (David Boreanaz) sudden disappearance. Meanwhile, a new report emerged this week hinting that this season could be the last run for one major cast member.
The synopsis for the episode titled "The Brother in the Basement" indicates that the issue about Booth's whereabouts is about to get even more complicated when the team finds out that FBI Agent Miller (guest star Kim Raver) wasn't at all truthful with them and was hiding important pieces of information about the investigation that could help them find Booth. Will they also be able to nail down her real intentions?
The summary continues to reveal that the Jeffersonian will get a surprise visit. Additional spoiler reports indicated that the newcomer is an expert in digital forensic science. Played by guest star Josh Casaubon, Dr. Benjamin Metzger is actually one of the few people who Angela (Michaela Conlin) had worked with in the Booth investigation. more >>
True to what they promised, the Season 3 premiere of Fox's hit supernatural drama TV series "Sleepy Hollow" did see the return of the show to its fun roots. Fans were finally able to see this season's newest villain, Pandora, who is played by Shannyn Sossamon. In the next episode, viewers will get to see more of Pandora's wickedness.
Titled "Whispers In The Dark," the synopsis provided over at The Futon Critic said that Abbie Mills (Nicole Beharie) and Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) might find themselves in a situation in which they will need to face their respective pasts.
NEW YORK – Leadership expert John Maxwell has a dream. He dreams America's next president would have no strings attached except to the American people and would only be in the White House for a single term. "Wouldn't it be refreshing," he says.
Maxwell who has trained more than five million leaders across the world through his EQUIP organization since 2013, thinks perhaps this time around the candidates vying for the seat in the Oval Office in 2016 would be driven less by ambition than a desire to serve.
"I think the problem is too many of them are in the race for themselves. I think the problem is that we don't have servant leaders. I think we have people who are ambitious. That we have people who want power and we have people who want fame, and I think that those are all wrong pursuits of a person that wants to be a leader," he says. more >>