"Duck Dynasty" star Sadie Robertson recently praised God following a terrifying car accident during New York Fashion Week.
The 18-year-old A&E personality was left shaken after the car in which she was traveling was involved in an accident last week. Although Robertson sustained minor injuries, she expressed gratitude for her safety via Instagram on Sept. 15. Robertson had been participating in New York Fashion Week, where she supported designer Sherri Hill, before the accident occurred.
"Current mood. but thankful I'm okay — got into a car accident this morning. I walked away with just a swollen knee and a sore neck. the other person is fine as well. the Lord protected me & I will praise His name for that," she wrote to her two million followers. more >>
Two months after TLC canceled its long-running reality TV series "19 Kids and Counting," the network has announced that it will feature members of the famous Duggar family in at least two new programs.
On Thursday, TLC confirmed that sisters Jill Dillard, 24, and Jessa Seewald, 22, are set to return to TV screens in new specials about their faith-based lifestyles. Production will soon begin on the programs about Jill and her husband Derrick's journey through Central America and Jessa's pregnancy and journey into motherhood for the first time.
"What we will be following in these specials is Jessa preparing for her first child," TLC Executive Vice President and General Manager Nancy Daniels told The Associated Press, "and we'll be watching Jill preparing to make a major move to Central America with her family, which we know is something our audience will be interested in." more >>
Ta'Rhonda Jones says she got a sign from Jesus Christ before landing the role of Cookie Lyons' assistant on FOX's breakout series "Empire" in 2014, and now her level of fame makes it difficult for her to worship in church.
"The preacher will say, 'Y'all give it up for the girl from 'Empire,' so I take the back door to exit," she told The New York Post. "The bad part is that people that did me wrong in the past now try to reach out to me like we are friends."
When Jones, 27, initially auditioned for the show, she was going through a tough time trying to transition from a job at a nursing home to a possible hospital job. When the opportunity to join the cast of "Empire" came along, she prayed for a sign. more >>
"American Horror Story: Hotel" (AHS) definitely has an impressive lineup this season. This would be the first season in which Jessica Lange will not be a part of, and since the show knows that her absence will be blatantly obvious, it seems that they tried to make up for it immediately by getting some big names as regulars for "Hotel." Having AHS veterans such as Evan Peters, Sarah Paulson, Kathy Bates, and Angela Bassett alongside new regulars like Lady Gaga, Wes Bentley, and Matt Bomer is definitely going to keep the hype going for the show. Furthermore, AHS has been getting notorious in its guest stars in the past seasons, and for the upcoming season, it has the likes of Naomi Campbell in its lineup.
In the past months, another big name has been mentioned to supposedly show up at some point in "Hotel," and that would be Neil Patrick Harris, who is slated to have a very creepy role. However, according to a report by TVLine, Harris shared it may not be happening at all. The reason he gave was due to his busy schedule with a new variety show called "Best Time Ever," which is currently being developed.
Harris talked a lot about his new opportunity and confirmed his no-show in the season, saying, "It was a great honor for myself and for [husband] David [Burtka] to be players in Freak Show, but yeah, I'm busy with this show … I think the Hotel is booked, as they say. There's no vacancy at the moment, but I can't wait to see what's going to happen." more >>
The debut of "Gotham" season 2 definitely lived up to the expectations with the introduction of new villains. The first big bads of the season Theo Galavan and his sister Tabitha, a.k.a. Tigress, introduced themselves. Viewers watched Theo set free the Arkham inmates in accordance to his big plan to cause chaos in Gotham. This group is named The Maniax, and is composed of mentally unstable individuals set off to start the significant fall of the city.
According to Screen Rant, The Maniax will be Jim Gordon's biggest worry in the first half of the new season. Two members of the group are already quite familiar to Jim, which would be Jerome Valeska (Cameron Monghan), who is hinted to become the future Joker; and Barbara Kean (Erin Richards), Jim's ex-girlfriend gone insane. In the recent trailer, it seems that these latest antagonists are doing everything they can to start hell. From attacking a bus full of cheerleaders to invading the Gotham City Polic headquarters, it's apparent that fear is not at all in their vocabulary. Furthermore, from the looks of it, Barbara and Tabitha will be exploring more than a working relationship.
Recently, showrunner Bruno Heller talked to ComicBook.com in which he was asked if Court of Owls, the influential group that is suspected to have been manipulating Wayne Enterprises, will be entering the story line now that the Galavan siblings are taking on the evil. He shared, "Yeah, absolutely, [I'm interested]. I won't say that it's part of — I don't even want to say that, because I don't want to spoil part of the story. The Court of Owls is deep, deep, deep Gotham mythology. The comic book fans know about it, but I would suspect the larger audience is not so familiar. We sometimes have to make a distinction between the 'Nolan-era Batman movie fans' and the comic book fans. It's not that they're two separate audiences, just that there are two levels of engagement. Court of Owls is very much deep DC mythology." more >>
More than two decades after releasing her debut album Tisha, Hollywood actress Tisha Campbell-Martin is back with a powerful new single "Steel Here," which she said is about forgiving her alleged childhood rapist.
At age 3, Campbell, who's a Christian, was allegedly sexually assaulted by a man who apologized for the attack more than 40 years later via a five-page letter. She described the apology as a blessing and has since forgiven her attacker.