Steve Harvey can still recall God's message to him when he suffered from being homeless decades ago.
"I sat down and started crying, but a voice said, 'If you keep going, I'm going to take you places you've never been,'" he recalled as the cover story for People magazine. "It was like God said, 'Don't quit, you're almost there.'"
Now that the comedian, author, actor, philanthropist and TV host is a millionaire, he hasn't forgotten his tough times. Instead, he uses them as motivation. more >>
With summer fast approaching, some new releases of movies and series to the Netflix line up in June 2016 will bring the binge-watching levels to the max.
The streaming service is expected to release some new movies and series this coming month. However, there will also be some content that will be taken out of Netflix. Jim Mickle's thriller film, "Cold In July" will be released this week, which will give fans a look at the story of revenge. The film will star Michael C. Hall whose character will try to do the righteous act for his son.
Along with "Cold in July," a documentary called "Tab Hunter Confidential" will also be available for viewing this week. It will tell the story of Tab Hunter and how Hollywood was during his time of fame. Later this June, the Oscar Winner for best picture "Spotlight" will be available on the streaming network. The movie is centered on the Boston Globe reporters' pursuit for the truth behind the Catholic Church sex scandal. more >>
"The Vampire Diaries" Season 7 has just recently ended which featured the familiar voice of Elena Gilbert which is played by Nina Dobrev.
The finale had fans speculating that the character will come back for the eight season of "Vampire Diaries." Elena had been absent for the past season of "The Vampire Diaries," since season 6 showed her enterting a deep sleep.
As stated in reports from Inquistr, the actress may make a comeback for the next season. While fans may be excited with the news, Ian Somerhalder's wife, Nikki Reed, may not be happy with the surprise. more >>
The upcoming season of "Grey's Anatomy" is expected to bring more positivity to the small screens.
According to Design & Trend, The finale of "Grey's Anatomy" season 2 showed Amelia, played by Caterina Scorsone, and Owen, played by Kevin McKidd, going through the challenges they faced in their wedding. The two had to deal with the heavy rain on their special day as well as other problems presented.
With that, the upcoming season of "Grey's Anatomy" is expected to explore the newly wed life of Amelia and Owen. Their storyline will bring many firsts, which is sure to excite many fans. Along with that, another couple is said to overcome another set of challenges. more >>
With the loss of a couple characters in "Teen Wolf," fans are curious to see what the upcoming season will hold for the hit MTV series.
It was previously announced that Kira, played by Arden Cho, will no longer be part of the upcoming season. The news broke the hearts of many fans, as several were looking forward to the development of Kira and Scott's (Tyler Posey) relationship.
Aside from Scott's love interest, it was revealed that his best friend Stiles, played by Dylan O'Brien, will not be present as well in the upcoming season. Reports showed that O'Brien suggered some severe injuries after an incident while filming for the next installment of the "Maze Runner." O'Brien reportedly got run over by a vehicle during production, which pushed several of his projects back. more >>
After the dramatic ending of "Wayward Pines" Season 1, fans were welcomed back into the intriguing world of the series with a shocking surprise.
The premiere of "Wayward Pines" Season 2 saw a heartbreaking scene when Kate Hewson (Carla Gugino) decided to sacrifice herself. Upon realizing that the town was doomed, she cut her throat for the sake of the other townspeople.
Gugino recently spoke to Entertainment Weekly about what she felt about her final scene. She said that it was an honorable way for her character to die. She explained, "And I think the fact that it happens face-to-face with Hope Davis' character Megan is interesting, because they just have entirely different viewpoints of where they want the world to be and where the world is. It was certainly an intense and bold way to go. [Laughs] But I thought, when they presented me with the material, that it was interesting and made sense for where she's at emotionally." more >>