"7th Heaven" star Beverley Mitchell is pregnant with her second child and recently announced that she and husband Michael Cameron will welcome a baby boy next year.
"Yep, it's a boy! So excited that Kenzie is going to have a little BROTHER! We are thrilled and looking forward to a lifetime of adventures!" Mitchell posted to Twitter this week, along with a photograph of her family of three.
Mitchell and Cameron were married in 2008 in Italy, then announced that they were expecting their first child in 2012. They welcomed daughter, Kenzie, nine months later and have been enjoying every moment of parenthood. more >>
Deitrick Haddon, a minister and gospel musician, is attempting to help rising gospel singer Kevin Terry one year after a video went viral of him allegedly performing an explicit homosexual act.
On the latest episode of Haddon's hit Oxygen reality television series "Preacher's of L.A.," the veteran gospel singer decided to seek out Terry in an attempt to help him through the scandal that seemed to ruin his opportunity in the gospel music industry.
"Yes, he made a mistake, yes, it was wrong, but why not find a way to restore him or encourage him to get on track?" Haddon questioned on the show. "He's on the brink of suicide and we're sitting here talking about the issue and not seeing how we can help the brother." more >>
"Duck Dynasty" star Sadie Robertson broke down into tears following her performance of the rumba on "Dancing with the Stars" this week.
The 17-year-old model has wowed both the "DWTS" judges and fans with her dancing skills alongside Mark Ballas this season, and Monday was no exception. Robertson and Ballas took on the rumba set to Rihanna's "Diamond" in a performance that earned them 35 out of 40 points from the judges' table. After hearing the scores, Robertson burst into tears. Unable to speak and covering her face with her hand, Ballas hugged her and offered words of encouragement.
Comedian Amy Poehler is producing a new church-based comedy for NBC, reports have revealed.
Poehler, star of "Saturday Night Live" and "Parks and Recreation" has enjoyed great success on both series and will now try her hand at producing when she begins working with "Parks and Recreation" co-executive producer Aisha Muharrar. The show has already been given a pilot by NBC, which counts Poehler as one of its leading ladies.
According to reports, the show will feature a storyline surrounding a young woman who considers herself agnostic. The woman then inherits a church and a group of strong-willed characters who make up the community. Muharrar is actually writing the material, which does not have working name just yet. Poehler, Muharrar, and 3Arts's Dave Becky are all co-producing the series. more >>
Meagan Good will tackle the issue of domestic violence in sports on an upcoming episode of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit."
Good, a 33-year-old Christian actress, will play the girlfriend of actor Chad Coleman's character, who is "an ex-sports star turned reporter," according to Deadline.com. Coleman is accused of physically assaulting his girlfriend in the episode titled "Spousal Privilege" and the couple tries to avoid making the ordeal public.
While it is unclear whether Coleman's character is a former NFL player in the episode scheduled to air in November, SVU showrunner Warren Leight explained his decision to examine the issue. more >>
The A&E network will soon debut "Dogs of War," a new docu-series about war veterans suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and the service dogs that help them adjust back into life after combat.
The show, which premieres on Veteran's Day next month, is based on married couple Jim and Lindsey Stanek and their nonprofit organization Paws and Stripes. The organization provides service dogs to wounded military veterans, and each episode will chronicle the journey of one or two PTSD veterans as they are paired with man's best friend.
"This series is full of raw, real and intensely emotional moments that don't often get a spotlight in mainstream media," David McKillop, General Manager and Executive Vice President of A&E said in a press release. more >>