"Jimmy probably can't talk his way out of this one," "Better Call Saul" star Bob Odenkirk said about the predicament his character, Jimmy, finds himself in at the end of "Klick," the season 2 finale.
The season 2 ender, which aired on Monday, April 18, saw Jimmy making the difficult choice to confess his document trickery and urging his brother, Chuck (Michael McKean), to reconsider his decision to resign from Hamlin, Hamlin & McGill (HHM). But while Jimmy's confession was driven by concern for his brother, who was recovering from a case of self-induced catatonia, it was later revealed that Chuck had recorded his and Jimmy's conversation.
While the "Better Call Saul" protagonist may have previously been able to slip through some seriously sticky situations, this may be the one predicament that finally gets him disbarred - or worse. more >>
The midseason finale of the hit series, "Vikings" from History Channel promises the most anticipated battle to date, where Ragnar and Rollo are expected to clash, with one of them sure to meet his demise at the end of the episode.
Episode 10, dubbed "The Last Ship," will be the last one before the series takes a brief halt. In the recently released trailer, Ragnar, played by Travis Fimmel, says that his original overseas trek will undergo some changes since he no longer will be focusing on conquering Paris and instead will go out and put an end to his brother's treachery.
In what appears to be the final face-off between the brothers, Ragnar tells Rollo in the trailer, "One of us will die today," with Rollo quickly responding, "And it won't be me." more >>
"Duck Dynasty" star Missy Robertson reveals why she told her son that he won't be allowed to come back home after he's married.
"Reed, I love you with all my heart, but once you say 'I do' this fall, you can't come home. And Brighton, you're stuck with him," Missy told Reed, and his 19-year-old fiance, Brighton Thompson, in a blog post last month.
The two were engaged in New York City's iconic Central Park during a family trip in December. more >>
The survivors aboard the Abigail in AMC's "Fear The Walking Dead" are starting to get a clearer picture of the extent of the zombie infestation around them.
In the season 2 premiere, they found out that being at sea was not much safer than being on land. In the previous episode, they also discovered that the infestation has spread far from Los Angeles. The survivors also came upon a family on an island, and when Madison (Kim Dickens) tried to bring a young child onboard the Abigail, she came up against Strand (Colman Domingo), who said the child was "dead weight."
According to "Fear the Walking Dead" showrunner Dave Erickson, the next episode will feature another confrontation, this one based on Daniel (Rubén Blades) uncovering Strand's mysterious destination. more >>
Longtime televangelist and senior Pastor of New Destiny Christian Center in Apopka, Florida, Paula White offered her followers an Easter Sunday deliverance from a spiritual death sentence for a $1,144 "resurrection seed" she says was set by God.
Preaching the story of Lazarus who Jesus resurrected from the dead in John 11:38-44, White promised believers in a video appeal that if they would sow the seed and have faith, she believed deliverance would come.
"I don't know what is dead. I don't know what the enemy sent a death to. I don't know what decision that caused death to come upon whatever the situation you're facing, but I do know that God has sent me to you to bring resurrection life. To tell you that I believe that as we put our faith together before Easter Sunday on March 27, there's gonna be resurrection life in your life," said White. more >>
Candace Cameron Bure and her husband and former National Hockey League star Valeri Bure, will attend the White House Correspondents' dinner later this month as the special guests of the Christian Broadcasting Network.
Since re-emerging in the entertainment scene, Candace Cameron Bure has been on "Dancing With the Stars," is a co-host on "The View" and will now be headed to the White House for the annual White House Correspondents' Dinner on April 30.
"CBN is honored to have Candace and her husband 'Val' as our special guests this year," Director Rob Allman said in a statement shared with The Christian Post. "As a co-host of 'The View' ... Candace has become a truly great ambassador for the Christian Community in American entertainment. She and her husband have been at the top of our invite list for several years and we are just thrilled that the schedules worked this year." more >>