Fans of the hit historical fantasy TV drama seires "Reign" were left with something to think about while the show comes into a hiatus: will Elizabeth (Rachel Skarsten) take Catherine's (Megan Follows) offer that could help both of them in their plans to eradicate Mary (Adelaide Kane), the Queen of the Scots.
While they wait, The CW announced that the upcoming third season will be moving to a new night schedule in Friday this fall from its Thursday airing slot.
"'Reign' has a slightly older-skewing audience. Friday is a slight older-skewing evening," CW president Mark Pedowitz said on a Thursday morning press call. "We creatively believe in the show." more >>
Carrie Underwood won the Billboard Music Award for Top Christian Song with her hit "Something in the Water" on Sunday night.
The faith-filled ballad incorporates strong themes of Christianity such as conversion, baptism and keeping the faith with lyrics that include: "Couldn't fight back the tears so I fell on my knees / Saying 'God if you're there come and rescue me.' Felt love pouring down from above / got washed in the water, washed in the blood and now I'm changed / now I'm stronger." Further, "Something in the Water" ends with an interpolation of "Amazing Grace" before Underwood belts out a portion of the hymn.
In a past interview, Underwood described recording "Something in the Water," recalling that the song, which became the singer's longest-running No. 1 hit on Billboard charts to date, was very special. more >>
After several miscarriages and a tenuous pregnancy, "Bringing Up Bates" stars Erin (Bates) and Chad Paine welcomed son Charles Stephen Paine IV on Thursday, May 14.
The baby boy, nicknamed "Carson," defied all odds and was born happy and healthy. Erin's pregnancy was threatened by a blood-clotting condition, which doctors heavily monitored after it caused several miscarriages.
Doctors thought that this pregnancy would likely lead to complications for the baby, should he make it to full term and be delivered safely. However, Carson beat those odds and was born without any problems and weighed a healthy 6 pounds and was 19 inches long. more >>
CW's "Flash/Arrow" spinoff finally has its own name: "Legends of Tomorrow." The upcoming show also recently released its first trailer, which according to a report in Cinema Blend, is the "epitome of awesome."
The show's trailer, as expected, shows off the new series' cast of heroes after it naturally re-introduces "Arrow" and "Flash," the shows from which "Legends of Tomorrow" was spun off of. Then it introduces an unlikely team of heroes and yes, villains, who need to get together and save the world. This includes "Atom" or Ray Palmer played by Brandon Routh, Martin Stein by Victor Garber, Captain Cold or Leonard Snart played Wentworth Miller and Mick Rory or "Heat Wave" played by Dominic Purcell.
What makes the trailer awesome, as the report says, is the fact that it also features several new superheroes who will be part of the series. more >>
Just when fans of the 1991 TV series "Twin Peaks" have given up hope that the revival of the series will happen, here comes news that it's back on again. David Lynch, the show's creator and director, shared the good news via Twitter. He said in his post: "Dear Twitter Friends, the rumors are not what they seem….. It is!!! Happening again. #TwinPeaks returns on @SHO_Network."
This news comes one and a half month after Lynch announced that he was leaving the project because there was "not enough money offered to do the script the way I felt needed to be done." This was followed by a statement from Showtime that they are still trying to work things out with Lynch and his representatives. Cast members of the show also put together a video saying that doing the show without Lynch would be "like pies without cherries," according to a report in The Hollywood Reporter.
Executives at Showtime also confirmed the news. Showtime President David Nevins said Friday, "This damn fine cup of coffee from Mark (Frost) and David (Lynch) tastes more delicious than ever. Totally worth the extra brewing time and the cup is even bigger than we expected. David will direct the whole thing which will total more than the originally announced nine hours. Preproduction starts now!" more >>
A big showdown is expected to happen in the fourth season finale of the hit supernatural TV drama series "Grimm" and according to spoiler reports, one familiar face will be joining the Wesen hunters in their mission to take down the Royals.
A sneak peek for the upcoming season ender segment titled "Cry Havoc" is shared by Zap2It and it featured Nick (David Giuntoli), Hank (Russell Hornsby), Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) and Trubel (Jacqueline Toboni) heading their way to the Royal lair.
However, the group came to a halt when a car pulled behind them. They positioned themselves to see who the driver is and it turns out to be someone they know. Sergeant Wu (Reggie Lee), with his big shot gun over the shoulders told Nick that he heard about Kelly's brutal murder and it earned him the right to join the hunting party. more >>