Last season, fans of the hit series "Bones" were surprised when the show ended with Bones and Booth leaving The Jeffersonian and the FBI — supposedly — for good. Meanwhile, Angela and Hodgins opt to stay instead of moving to Paris, as they originally planned.
The new season will eventually see Bones and Booth return to the life they lived before as they get sucked back into the world of death and destruction.
The pilot episode of the new season will take place a few months after the end of the previous season's finale, where Booth and Bones have settled into their new quiet lives with their beautiful daughter Christine and their baby boy. However, a rather grisly and intriguing murder will bring the couple back into the fold as they help their friends solve the case. They will find themselves adjusting to the new dynamics of the team that rapidly changed when they left The Jeffersonian. more >>
The anticipation is high for the return of The CW's hit superhero drama TV series "Arrow" for its fourth season. Fans may already know about the new stuff coming in towards the new installment of the show like the upcoming big baddie, Damien Darhk (Neal McDonough), a new Green Arrow suit, new collaborators, and so much more.
This week, however, revealed yet another wish list item for the show: Batman.
ComicBookMovie.com (via Screen Rant) recently caught up with show's lead star, Stephen Amell, during his appearance at the Wizard World Comic Con in Chicago. The actor revealed to the audience that he has already finished doing the scenes with the show's upcoming guest star, Matt Ryan, who plays the fan-favorite character, Constantine. more >>
Alison Sweeney, the host of NBC's hit reality competition TV series, "The Biggest Loser," has just signed off ahead of the show's 17th season premiere, E! Online reported.
Citing the original report from Access Hollywood, the show's producers released a statement following Sweeney's exit: "After an incredible run together, Alison Sweeney will not be returning as host of The Biggest Loser next season."
The 38-year-old TV personality began her hosting career in the NBC series back in 2007. She was a replacement for the then outgoing Caroline Rhea in Season 4 and went on to hold the position for 13 seasons. more >>
In a question and answer session in Dubuque, Iowa, Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump said, "I love the Bible. I'm a Protestant. I'm a Presbyterian. I went to Sunday school."
He went on to identify New York's Marble Collegiate Church as the place where his religious identity was formed under the teachings of Norman Vincent Peale. The famous author of The Power of Positive Thinking so captivated the young Trump that, Trump said, "you hated to leave church."
Peale was very much the Joel Osteen of his day, which may be why Trump sees his stock rising among a sector of American Evangelicalism. more >>
Comedian John Oliver, who started his own parody "church" called Our Lady of Perpetual Exemption to highlight the predatory nature of some televangelists, recently revealed that the joke paid off in a big way.
Sunday on his show "Last Week Tonight," the British host revealed that viewers had already sent him thousands of dollars with their letters after he told them earlier this month to "sow a seed" — mocking the style of preachers like Robert Tilton and Kenneth Copeland.
"To be honest, slightly more of you responded than we were expecting," "Megareverend" Oliver said while surrounded by hundreds of letters, two bags of actual seeds, and beef jerky, among other things. more >>
CBS recently released the promo video for the upcoming 13th season of its hit crime-fighting drama TV series "NCIS" and it left fans wondering if Gibbs (Mark Harmon) really made it from the gun shot he incurred in last season's finale.
Executive producer Gary Glasberg told TV Line that the new installment will open with Gibbs being flown and rushed to a Navy ship where he could get some immediate medical attention.
"We pick up right where we left off," Glasberg said (via TV Line). "He's rushed into surgery on an aircraft carrier, where we hook him up with the surgeon on the ship played by Jon Cryer (Two and a Half Men)." more >>