ABC recently released new promo for the upcoming crime-fighting TV series "Marvel's Agent Carter," and it's not one but two teasers.
The videos for the Hayley Atwell-led MCU small screen show featured the titular character Peggy Carter as a more than capable woman living with two kinds of lives – one as an office worker and the other as a crime-fighting agent.
The first preview was dubbed "It Ain't Life and Death" and it reveals circumstances which will help fans understand the need for her to assume a double life. In the video, her friend Angie (Lindsey Fonesca) reminded her about their movie date and that Peggy shouldn't have to worry about her application with the "phone company." more >>
Roma Downey and Mark Burnett are revealing the first glimpse of their latest production "A.D." this Thanksgiving Day.
Set to the song "Dangerous Man" by Little Dume, the first trailer for the original NBC series event featured the incredibly diverse cast that includes Argentinean actor Juan Pablo di Pace who portrays Jesus Christ while the roles of iconic Biblical characters such as Mary Magdalene, John, James, Peter and Simon the Zealot went to actors from all over the world. Moreover, the powerful trailer focuses on Peter who struggles with Jesus' crucifixion and fears persecution from the Roman Empire before Christ rises again. He also strives to lead the disciples in the aftermath and chaos of Christ's death, being the one that Jesus chose to build His church upon.
"The tomb has been opened and the Nazarene is now gone," an informant tells an official at the end of the clip. more >>
Tim Tebow is being linked to popular Christian reality television stars the Duggar family, after new reports have surfaced that Jim Bob Duggar would like the athlete to date his daughter Jana.
Tebow, the 27-year-old evangelical Christian football star turned SEC college football analyst, has made work with his Tim Tebow foundation a priority. The foundation builds playrooms in children's hospitals all over the world, grants sick children's wishes and works to aid in the process of adoption.
Tebow has been the subject of countless headlines since winning the Heisman Trophy as a QB at the University of Florida. Some of those headlines include linking him to possible marital prospects, with the latest Star magazine headline being no exception. more >>
"Duck Dynasty" star Sadie Robertson finished her run on ABC's "Dancing with the Stars" after coming in second place on Tuesday night.
The dancing competition kept audiences on their toes all season long up until the very end on Tuesday when Alfonso Ribeiro and his "DWTS" professional dance partner Witney Carson were crowned the winners. Despite losing the mirrorball trophy, Robertson graciously accepted her position as runner-up.
"Well [this] has just been an amazing experience and I just want to say I'm so thankful to God who has brought me this far in the competition," the 17-year-old said during the show. "I feel like I really accomplished everything that I wanted to accomplish on the show and I'm so glad that it was Alfonso, he really deserves it." more >>
In the next episode of the hit police-procedural drama series "Criminal Minds" Season 10, the Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU) team will head to Northern Virginia to track down a "remorseful murderer" while a member of the force will receive some shocking news.
Spoiler reports suggest that in episode 9 titled "Fate," a wife and a mother who "appears rational at times" is hiding a terrible secret. Suffering from chronic stress and anger, the Unsub is capable of doing "unspeakable things" including murder.
Featured in the sneak peek is a victim who, when the team came into the scene, was found quite well-dressed and appears to only having a peaceful slumber. more >>
A&E debuted a new show last week, much to the delight of fans of the hit series "Duck Dynasty." "Country Buck$" follows the lives of the Busbice family, owners of Wildgame Innovations, as they navigate personal and professional business. One of the stars, Matt Busbice, spoke with The Christian Post about the show, his family and faith, and the relationship between the Busbice family and the Robertson family.
One of the greatest misconceptions about the series, Matt told CP, is that "Country Buck$" is simply "Duck Dynasty 2.0."
"I want people to laugh all the way through every episode because we are not the perfect episode—everything is trial and error. I hope that people see we are an entirely different family, though we have a common denominator with the Robertson family, which is that we are a family running an outdoor business. But we touch so many different products and show the fun of those products on our show," Matt explained. "We feel like we have companion show because we really are friends and we work together. We're not competitive but want to work together." more >>