Actor Michael Jace, known for playing a Christian police officer on the popular television series "The Shield," was booked for the alleged murder of his wife, a Biola University employee, who was shot multiple times in their Los Angeles home Monday night, possibly in front of the couple's young children.
April Jace's dead body was found by members of the Los Angeles Fire Department, who were responding to phone calls from neighbors who reported hearing gun shots. A local news station reports that neighbors said they heard arguing coming from the couple's home before hearing gun shots.
Michael Jace, 51, initially was taken to a police station for questioning, but later booked for murder, which police believe may have been triggered by domestic violence. Jace was being held Tuesday on $1 million bail. more >>
The final four couples on "Dancing with the Stars" returned to the ballroom on Monday, May 19 for the last round of dances in season 18.
Returning couples included Amy Purdy and partner Derek Hough; Candace Cameron Bure and Mark Ballas; James Maslow and Peta Murgatroyd; and Meryl Davis and Maksim Chmerkovskiy, and each couple performed two dances during the show. However, despite high-energy performances and an outpouring of support from fans, Maslow and Murgatroyd were eliminated on Monday.
Ahead of the elimination, the first round on Monday saw each couple perform the "Judge's Pick," where the stars danced the same style they did with their new partners during the week of "The Switch Up." Then, in the second round, the finalists performed jazzed-up Freestyle dances, which saw special effects and several surprises along the way. more >>
"Deadliest Catch" season 10 returns to the Discovery Channel this week with a brand-new episode chronicling Junior's fight against agonizing back pain.
Ahead of Tuesday's episode, fans were able to see a sneak peek at what was in store through a clip released online. Captain Scott Campbell Junior must find a way to overcome the debilitating back pain which flares up five hours into a fishing excursion this week, according to the clip released to Extra TV.
"After I've been sitting here awhile, I just get these stabbing pains that shoot down my leg and its shooting up my back," the skipper explained in the video. "It just gets to the point where I'm nauseated I'm in so much pain." more >>
"The Bold and the Beautiful" returns to CBS this week as Brooke Logan and Bill Spencer move forward with their plans to marry.
This week's installments will see tension rise between Bill and Ridge as well as their respective partners, sisters Katie and Brooke.
As previously reported, Bill and Brooke jet off for an exotic vacation in Dubai in order to escape the mounting pressures in scenes that begin airing on May 23. However, new reports indicate that Ridge does not approve of Bill and Brooke's plans, and he is furious enough to chase the pair abroad. more >>
This week another season of "Law & Order: SVU" comes to a close and there are life-altering events planned for the characters. One detective's job is at risk, as is his freedom and future, while another member of the Special Victims Unit may finally get to realize her dream.
During last week's episode, Detective Amaro lost his temper with a suspected pedophile who was not convicted of any wrongdoing. When Amaro found the suspect photographing children at a playground, he tried to get him to stop doing so but when that was unsuccessful, a physical altercation ensued. Amaro was finally pulled off the suspect and arrested. This week, he faces charges of attempted murder and relies on an old friend and mentor for help.
John Munch, played by Richard Belzer, returns for a special episode. He tries to help Amaro come to grips with losing his wife and primary custody of his daughter. Amaro is in a downward spiral and could lose his badge and be imprisoned for his attack on the acquitted suspect. These two men have a special relationship, and Munch is the only one that is able to get through to Amaro, so it's only natural that he returns to help in a moment of crisis. more >>
Tonight a new "Bachelorette" takes the helm in the search for true love. Andi Dorfman is this season's contestant and, given her past on Juan Pablo's season of the "Bachelor," she is unlikely to take much guff from any of the men chosen to vie for her heart. What happens during tonight's 90-minute season opener? Read on to find out.
Andi, of course, is strong-willed and eager to meet the men. Tonight's episode will be different from the other season openers because the men's biographies will not be aired. Instead, viewers will learn about the men much in the same way Andi does … a little bit at a time. Andi's sister arrives to help her get ready for her big introduction to the men and the two spend time chatting about Andi's expectations and hopes for the season.
The men chosen to spend time with Andi during the first rose ceremony are Josh, Eric, Tasos, Nick V., Chris, Marcus, and Marquel. Viewers will get to see more of their interactions with Andi and less of the time she spends with Brian, Cody, Steven, Nick S., Josh B., and Emil. What does that hold for the all-important ceremony? more >>