A lot of things have been going on around E!'s hit reality TV show "Fashion Police." Just the recent month, fans saw the departures of long-time hosts Kelly Osbourne and Kathy Griffin.
For what appears to be a show already going down in a spiral, a report from TMZ indicated that E! executives are still keeping the popular celebrity fashion dissection show alive and have plans to improve it even more.
Sources for the media outlet informed that the network's big bosses "have already met to discuss the future of the show" where their plans include "recasting" the open spots. more >>
The recently held PaleyFest in Los Angeles this weekend gave the fans and the media the first-hand confirmation on anything about "American Horror Story" and its upcoming installment "Hotel."
Joined by the cast and crew of AHS at the panel discussion, there are several things that have been confirmed. One of which is the long hinted speculation that lead star Jessica Lange won't be checking in for "Hotel."
In front of the large crowd, the Emmy award winner clarified that she will be leaving the popular FX anthology series. more >>
The yet untitled spinoff series of "The Walking Dead" has reportedly received a two-season order from AMC just recently. The show's creator Robert Kirkman recently revealed some plot details of the show during the South by Southwest event.
One of the things he shared is where the spinoff series will fit in "The Walking Dead" universe. In terms of the timeline, the series will be set in "an earlier timeframe than the original show," according to a report in Cinema Blend. He did not want to call it a prequel despite this because "the entirety of the show is not going to take place before. It will eventually form a path running concurrently."
Earlier reports also say that the spinoff will not be connected to the original show except for the "zombie infested world." It said that the circumstances where the characters find themselves is quite different from the original one. It will be situated in another part of the U.S. and will show a different set of characters. more >>
Trai Byers has kept viewers on the edge of their seats as "Andre Lyon" in FOX's hit drama "Empire," but the actor is focused on a different type of inheritance than the fictional bipolar character who's scheming to take over his family's business in the show.
Byers, 31, has acting chops that are hard to deny after his formal training at The Yale School of Drama. Still, learning to deal with newfound celebrity might be something best learned by experience, and Byers has had to lean on his Christian faith while he adjusts.
When "Empire" premiered on FOX over nine weeks ago, people viewed Byers' character as a villain without knowing the depth of his story, which includes unresolved childhood issues, a bipolar disorder, and being potentially ousted from a music empire he helped to succeed on a corporate level. Byers began to receive threats from fans who likened the actor to the character he portrays on television, which reminded him to practice his faith. more >>
Roma Downey and Mark Burnett's "The Bible" series star Diogo Morgado is now starring in a new television series "The Messengers" where he is taking on a much different role.
The Portuguese actor is well known for his role as Jesus in 2013's hit "Bible" series, but today, Morgado is seizing quite the opposite role as a devil-like character in The CW's forthcoming series "The Messengers." The actor, who also starred in the film "Son of God," portrays the mysterious Satan-like character "The Man" in the series, which is set to air on April 17. In a first look at Morgado as the devil, The Christian Post revealed a poster for "The Messengers" featuring the actor ensconced in char and flames.
"When evil rises, good awakens," the poster reads. more >>
Jessa Duggar revealed that she and husband Ben Seewald are ready to start their family, even if it means not necessarily adopting right away.
The couple recently spoke about wanting to adopt, but that will take at least two years due to rules that explicitly state potential adoptive parents must be married for two years before beginning the process. Yet that is not stopping Jessa and Ben from fulfilling the dream they've had since before getting married in Nov.
"We hope to adopt a lot of kids," Jessa told People in Feb. "If God blesses us with biological kids of our own, it's not going to quench our desire to adopt. Even before we married, we wanted to adopt." more >>