"Little People, Big World" star Jeremy Roloff and Audrey Botti wed on Sept. 30 in front of 300 guests and a chapel specially built by Roloff for the occasion.
Roloff and Botti exchanged vows in front of friends and family at the Roloff Family Ranch, on which Jeremy built a special chapel for them to have the ceremony at. They set out hay bales for their guests to sit on at the outdoor ceremony featuring 11 bridesmaids and 11 groomsmen. The couple, quite religious, wrote their own vows and exchanged rings before moving on to the reception.
Jeremy danced with his mother Amy, who is a little person, and shared a photo of the special dance set to "You Are my Sunshine." The song is especially meaningful, since it was the song that Amy sang to Jeremy and his twin brother Zach at bedtime. The bride danced with her father to "Together at Last," from the musical and movie "Annie." After the reception, the happy couple left for their honeymoon in Jamaica. more >>
The final season of "Legend of Korra" is only days away, and though fans are a bit surprised that Book 4 is about to premiere so soon after the Book 3 finale, many are excited to know what became of Korra and company after what took place in the finale.
Book 4, titled "Balance" will take place three years after the season 3 finale "Enter the Void/ Venom of the Red Lotus." In the new trailer which Nick released over the weekend, the time jump was featured as well as the Earth Kingdom, and Kuvira, who will play a larger role than she did in Book 3, is seen threatening peace with a military force.
The premiere episode titled "After All These Years" will see Korra sporting a shorter hairstyle and Tenzin's children appears to have grown up. Korra also finds Toph, who has been missing ever since she left the metal clan. more >>
Despite the production problem the show has to meet during its filming stage, legal comedy television series "Bad Judge" is now set to hit the small screens for its freshman season with its pilot episode which will air this coming Thursday, Oct. 2, at 9 p.m. on NBC.
"No excuses, no apologies, no compromises. Wild child Rebecca Wright (Kate Walsh, 'Grey's Anatomy,' 'Private Practice') knows how to have a good time, but she also happens to be one of L.A.'s toughest and most respected criminal court judges," the official NBC press release reads.
"She has a reputation for unorthodox behavior in the courtroom, including creative rulings and saying exactly what's on her mind. Her private life, on the other hand, is anything but innocent. She parties too much and rocks out on the drums in a band with her best friend, Jenny," it continued. more >>
A new and upcoming offering from NBC, "A to Z" is now ready to hit the airwaves with its premiere episode entitled "A is for Acquaintances" which will air this coming Thursday, Oct. 2, 9:30 p.m.
Narrated by "Sons of Anarchy" Katey Sagal, "A to Z" follows the dating relationship of two people in a chronicling series "from A to Z" (letter-per-episode format).
"Is it true love forever or just a detour in destiny when Andrew and Zelda meet in the series premiere?" an NBC press release read. more >>
A lot has been going on around ever since the hit police procedural drama "The Mentalist" was picked up for its seventh season last May 10. Will this be the last chapter of the story about the people in California Bureau of Investigation and their undertakings?
Well, it seems like the farewell season speculation turns out to be really true.
Last Sept. 14, Tim Kang, playing the role of a Special Agent named Kimball Cho, took to his social media to make an announcement. more >>
In the previous episode of "America's Next Top Model" Cycle 21 entitled "The Girl Who Got Five Frames," which originally aired last Sept. 22, the models are tasked with mastering the ultimate hair whip intended for a wind-blown photo shoot.
All the while, Lenox Tillman (19) has to pay a penalty which would allow her to only get five frames to capture the perfect hair whip image. Facing a near-elimination and close to a breakdown, Lenox ended up winning the top spot. It was a twist of event that fans have least expected but it surely did add some drama and surprise in the competition.
Also highlighted in the episode was the special guesting of "America's Got Talent" host, Nick Cannon, who is searching for a model to appear on his ad campaign for his new line of headphones he calls Powered by Monster. more >>