The new season of "Home Free" stars former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow, who says the show highlights the biblical principle that it is more blessed to give than to receive.
The second season is different from season 1 in that it encourages every competitor to win a home for a hero in their life as well as a grand prize sum of $100,000 for themselves. Each contestant must make it down Homefree Blvd., building one by one an entire neighborhood for their heroes, with the grand prize resulting in a dream home.
Contrary to his partner home improvement expert Mike Holmes, Tebow has a softer approach to lead the contestants. His role is to encourage them and give them the will to make it to the end. more >>
Reality television stars David and Tamela Mann's home was robbed earlier this week.
Known for their hit show "Meet the Browns" and Tamela's booming gospel career, the couple was robbed while dining at a Red Lobster in Camp Creek near Atlanta, Georgia. Despite being heartbroken over the ordeal, they maintain that God will provide and are praying for the thieves.
In a lengthy Facebook video post, the comedic duo explained in detail what happened to them. They hope that someone watching the video could help them find the culprits and also they want their fans and supporters to stay in prayer in this troubled world. more >>
Fans of the hit series "Sherlock" could be seeing a new villain when it returns with on its fourth season.
New Villains and Moriarty's Fate
A new character will be introduced who could possibly be an enemy of Sherlock (Benedict Cumberbatch) and John Watson (Martin Freeman). The character, named AJ, will be played by Sacha Dhawan from "The History Boys." more >>
Mykelti Brown and her fiance Antonio Padron might be forced to put a stop in their wedding plans. It seems as though Mykelti's mother is not in favor of the upcoming nuptials.
Mother Knows Best
To mark the end of "Game of Thrones" Season 6, Microsoft has released a special edition of the Xbox One with a design inspired by the popular HBO series.
Sparkly Paint Design
CBS has announced that it will be airing a new "Star Trek" series headed by Alex Kurtzman and Bryan Fuller. This marks the fifth series for the long running franchise. However, there have been rumors that "Star Trek" will change its well-loved format for the new series.
Season 1 Will Be One Story
Normally, seasons of the previous "Star Trek" series where either one or two-part stories that concluded themselves very quickly. Co-head Bryan Fuller has stated that Season 1 of the new "Star Trek" series will be a 13-chapter story. more >>