Starz's hit drama TV series "Outlander" Season 2 returns this week with a brand new episode that will see Claire and Jamie hosting a party with a purpose of dissuading influential people from supporting Prince Charles' war. Meanwhile, Jamie uncovers the truth that his wife has been hiding from him.
TV Listings said that in episode 4 titled "La Dame Blanche," the couple will organize a wine and dine event which will be attended by some of the members of the French high society. As said earlier, it would be to influence the guests from raising funds for the war. However, the event will also reveal that not everyone is happy in their efforts and someone will even attempt to poison Claire.
With the exception of the Christmas special, "The Abominable Bride," patient followers of the hit BBC favorite detective show, "Sherlock," have been forced to wait for over two years to hear updates about the upcoming Season 4. Now, one of its main cast members, Martin Freeman, teases that the next installment might arrive to the small screens "around Christmas."
As reported over at Independent UK, the 44-year-old star squeezed in some moment to appear on "The Graham Norton Show" while they are busy filming for the TV series with co-star Benedict Cumberbatch, who plays the titular character.
"We are back filming now and the three shows will, I imagine, be out around Christmas," Freeman told the media outlet. more >>
God encourages his followers to fear not 365 times in the Bible, one for each day of the year, Pastor Rick Warren says, emphasizing that He didn't intend for Christians to spend their days preoccupied with anxiety and worry.
Warren, who heads Saddleback Church in Orange County, California, wrote in a post this week that God's repeated mentioning of the phrase "don't be afraid" is clear evidence that he didn't want humans' minds clouded by fear.
God's encouragement is especially evident in Psalm 23:4 (NLT), which reads: "Even when I walk through the darkest valley, I will not be afraid, for you are close beside me. Your rod and your staff protect and comfort me." more >>
Fans of Charlie Brown, his adorable dog Snoopy and the rest of the "Peanuts" gang have something to cheer about. According to a report in Variety, the characters that were originally created by Charles Schulz will be returning to small screens in the U.S. through the Boomerang network of Time Warner.
Simply titled "Peanuts," it will start airing on May 9 at 10:30 a.m. as animated vignettes starring Charlie Brown, Schroeder, Linus, Lucy, Peppermint Patty, Marcie and Sally, and of course, Charlie's beagle, Snoopy. The animated series was originally made by French company Normaal Animation, under license from Peanuts Worldwide LLC. The series has been airing in other countries in 2014 and this year, Boomerang is bringing it to American television.
The return of the series, at least in America, follows the success of the 2015 "The Peanuts Movie" which bowed in theaters in November 2015 and grossed $246 million in the global box office. more >>
It is official – Google is the official livestream service provider for the upcoming Republican Convention, which the company confirmed according to a report in Politico. The company pushed through with its official sponsorship role despite pressure from anti-Trump groups who think that the tech company should not support the controversial GOP nominee Donald Trump.
Google said that it will be the company behind the livestream of the Republican Convention in July, happening in Cleveland. Aside from hosting the livestreaming of the event, the company will also offer videos from the convention, election trends and online tools and other services for those attending the convention and those watching it online. This is similar to the role they played during the 2012 Democratic and Republican conventions, and for the debates of both parties in this year's elections.
Google has remained neutral and has not declared support for any Republican or Democratic nominees. Their decision to official sponsor this year's Republican Convention however has been hounded by protests and opposition from activist groups. According to another report in Fortune, as the company announced their decision, protesters gathered outside their headquarters in Mountain View, California, armed with 500,000 signatures in an attempt to convince Google to withdraw from the convention. more >>
Pop culture has a growing fascination with the occult. From zombies and vampires, to Hogwarts and horoscopes, and even witches and Ouija boards — the mystical, unknown and undead seem to dominate TV and movie screens.
While many celebrate this phenomenon, is it appropriate for Christians to get caught up in the zombie zeitgeist?
Apologist and New Testament scholar Jeremiah Johnston discusses paranormal entertainment, conjuring the dead, and "ordained" mediums in a section of his new book Unanswered, a volume intended to shed light on several hot-button topics that loom large within the Church. more >>