12 million viewers recently watched "The Voice" contestant Jordan Smith perform one of the most popular hymns in the Christian faith, "Great is Thy Faithfulness," according to Nielsen ratings. The unforgettable performance garnered the singer the top spot on iTunes, beating out some of today's most popular artists.
The Kentucky native, now one of the final contestants on the 9th season of "The Voice," decided to showcase a song that hits close to home. Smith is a senior at the Pentecostal college, Church of God's Lee University, where he is part of the music ensemble Lee Singers.
He has publicly credited his musical accomplishment to the training he received at Lee University. In addition to the Lee Singers, Smith was also director of Second Edition, a six-voice ensemble with band, and an active member of the worship team that leads campus chapel services. more >>
This week on "General Hospital" will be focusing on Morgan Corinthos' (Bryan Craig) worsening bipolar disorder, which might ultimately put Kiki Jerome's (Hayley Erin) life in danger.
According to spoilers by Celebrity Dirty Laundry, viewers will see Kiki initially agreeing to run away with Morgan to a cabin in the woods after she finds out about Franco's (Roger Howarth) hit-and-run arrest. However, it will turn out to be the least of Kiki's worries, as she gets trapped with Morgan whose mental disorder will continue to spiral down.
Morgan's delusions began last Friday, and apparently, it will only worsen as he develops an obsession over his ex-girlfriend, Kiki. Monday will showcase how Kiki will finally realize that the cabin is no longer a getaway spot but a prison. With poor network coverage in the area, she will be able to contact Morgan's brother, Michael Quartermaine (Chad Duell), but it will quickly be cut off. Morgan will find out about this and will be outraged that of all people, Kiki decides to call Michael. more >>
"The Last Man on Earth" season 2 episode 9's synopsis has just been released, and it revealed what Carol will be up to for the holidays.
In the previous episode of "The Last Man on Earth" titled "No Bull," Cleopatra Coleman's character Erica found out that she is pregnant, and so is their resident cow. But when Tandy (Will Forte) urged the group to let Phil (Boris Kodjoe) out, things turned south because the latter hurriedly took a truck and drove away. This left Erica devastated because Phil is the father of her child, according to Yibada.
Episode 9 of "The Last Man on Earth" will bring the focus to a different issue: Christmas. The show is down to its last two episodes for the season, and things are taking an exciting turn. Fox has already released the synopsis for the upcoming episode titled "Secret Santa" and it revealed that Carol (Kristen Schaal) will try to bring back Christmas in the post-apocalyptic era, the Ecumenical News (EN) reports. more >>
Abbie Mills may not be entirely dead, according to showrunner Clifton Campbell.
"Sleepy Hollow" pulled out all the stops for its midseason finale as fans witnessed the surprising plot twist where Abbie Mills, played by Nicole Beharie, sacrificed herself to save her sister. As Ichabod Crane, portrayed by Tom Mison, saw the explosion Abbie was in, many quickly assumed that it was impossible for her to survive. However, many are still left wondering if Abbie has indeed died or has she survived the tragedy after all.
Recently, showrunner Clifton Campbell hinted that Abbie may not have seen the end of her days just yet. In an interview with TV Line, Campbell was directly asked if Abbie is already dead. He vaguely replies with, "She makes the decision to save her sister and save Crane and what Team Witness was all about. We don't quite know where she goes." more >>
Perhaps one of the saddest character departures in "Arrow" happened at the end of season 3 when Roy Harper left the red sidekick role and moved on. Many fans were quite disappointed to see him go as they felt it was too soon for actor Colton Haynes to exit the show. However, recent news now reveal that Haynes will be reprising his role as the Red Arrow.
According to Screen Rant, Roy's return was confirmed by Haynes himself in a tweet he made last Nov. 21. He posted, "Just landed in Vancouver to...BEGIN FILMING ON #ARROW AGAIN!!! So excited!!!"
There is no news yet as to how Roy will return to the show — whether he will be seen fighting side-by-side Oliver or be simply assisting the team. If Roy does make a comeback, then an outfit might be a problem as fans already know that he has given his suit to Thea Queen, played by Willa Holland. more >>
USA definitely foresaw the success of "Mr. Robot," as it had already given the show a second season even before the first season aired. However, high expectations bring great pressure for the show to only be better when it returns. Keeping fans happy is probably top priority for showrunner Sam Esmail as he recently showed his willingness to consider fans' ideas in the upcoming season.
Deadline reports that Esmail, alongside the show's leading actors Christian Slater (Mr. Robot) and Rami Malek (Elliot Anderson) had been more than open with the fans in a USA event held in Los Angeles. During the panel, someone suggested that Elliot should come face-to-face with drug lord Fernando Vera in the upcoming season to get revenge for Shayla's death. Esmail seemed to have genuinely liked the idea and replied, "We have the writers in the room tonight; we'll consider that pitch."
As expected, Esmail was asked to reveal what's in store in the next season, but the creator and head writer of "Mr. Robot" kept a tight lid on the details. There was one question, though, that he did address which was about Mr. Robot's ability to talk to other people in his son's life, despite being only a part of Elliot's imagination. Esmail assured everyone, as he said, "We'll specifically address that scene in the second season." more >>