"Bringing Up Bates" will premiere its second season in June and feature not only the birth of a grandson but the wedding of their daughter, Michaella, to her husband, Brandon Keilen, which will take place in August.
The couple courted seriously, following traditional Bates family rules and principles, before getting engaged on April 13. Brandon took Michaella to Great Falls, Virginia, and planned a very elaborate surprise: seven different clues in seven locations that finally culminated in Brandon getting down on one knee to propose.
Speaking about the first time she saw Brandon many years ago, Michaella told The Christian Post in an email: "I saw a young man through the window who caught my attention! He was walking an older man to lunch in the freezing snow, and I was impressed at his kindness and patience on this bitter cold day! I didn't have the slightest clue that this would someday be the love of my life!" more >>
Rockstar Games' parent company, Take-Two Interactive, has filed a suit against BBC for trademark infringement for the broadcasting company's upcoming airing of the documentary drama "Game Changers" about the story behind Rockstar Games' popular racing game series "Grand Theft Auto."
In an official statement shared with several gaming websites, Take-Two contended that they had no involvement whatsoever in the project and after what they called several attempts to "resolve the matter," felt that litigation is already the necessary step.
The full statement, as shared with Games Radar is as follows: "Take-Two Interactive has filed suit against the BBC for trademark infringement based on their movie currently titled 'Game Changer' as it relates to Rockstar Games' Grand Theft Auto video games series. While holders of the trademarks referenced in the film title and its promotion, Rockstar Games has had no involvement with this project. more >>
Another zombie story series is coming to TV soon. This time, it is the "Empire of the Dead," written by George Romero, who is famous for his 1968 movie "Night of the Living Dead," which is considered a "cult classic" and helped define modern horror cinema.
"Empire of the Dead" is a graphic novel series recently published by Marvel Comics and is Romero's most recent work in the horror genre. His last horror movie was part of his "Dead" series, the "Survival of the Dead" in 2009 which is was not as successful as the "Night of the Living Dead."
"Empire of the Dead" is a series about vampires, zombies and humans which has been in publication since January 2014. According to a report in Tech Times, its third volume will be coming out later this year. And most recently, it has been picked up by Demarest to be developed into a TV series. Demarest is studio behind "A Most Wanted Man" and Kevin Smith's "Tusk." more >>
This week's episode of the hit science-fiction TV drama series "Orphan Black" is touted to be the current season's major turning point filled with emotional and action scenes.
A report from Fashion & Style cited a number of TV show scoopers who were given the chance to preview the upcoming episode titled "Certain Agony of the Battlefield," and according to them, this segment could easily be considered as Season 3's best one yet.
TV Line's West Coast editor Vlada Gelman took to her social media to say that "This Saturday's #OrphanBlack is bananas. Feels like a season finale." more >>
Violent reactions sparked from both fans and critics about the controversial scene that took place towards the end of the sixth episode in the current fifth season of the hit fantasy TV drama series, "Game of Thrones."
But amidst all that, there comes a somewhat refreshing news which indicates that Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) may serve the justice Ramsay Bolton (Iwan Rheon) deserves.
A report from iDigitalTimes cited a screenshot picture from what appears to be a behind-the-scene interview with Rheon. The image snap quickly went viral in social media sites but most significantly in the fan-based subreddit for the HBO TV series. more >>
This coming Sunday will see the airing of yet another intriguing and chilling episode of the second season on Showtime's hit gothic-horror TV drama series "Penny Dreadful."
Titled "Evil Spirits in Heavenly Places," a synopsis for the upcoming segment was posted by TV Guide and it mentions that Lyle (Simon Russell Beale) will reveal to everyone that the Verbis Diablo relics "tell a very dark and disturbing story" which directly affects Vanessa Ives (Eva Green).
Meanwhile, the investigation for the recent attack in Mariner's Inn continues as Inspector Rusk (Douglas Hodge) interviews the lone survivor of that night's incident. more >>