Christian actor and evangelist Kirk Cameron celebrated 24 years of marriage to his wife and love of his life, Chelsea Noble, on Tuesday, declaring God has "given me so much more than I deserve."
"I was only 20 years old when I married the love of my life ... 24 years have passed from the day we took this picture. Tonight, we celebrated at home with our six children over one of our favorite dinners — turkey tacos! To me, still being together and in love is the best gift of all. God has been so kind and given me so much more than I deserve," Cameron declared in a post to his Facebook page with a picture of him and his wife.
Like Oliver Queen/Arrow (Stephen Amell) in "Arrow," Barry Allen/The Flash (Grant Gustin) is also getting a wardrobe refresh for the upcoming second season of The CW's hit superhero TV drama series "The Flash."
The latest development arrived this week and was posted all throughout the media outlets including Screen Rant and IGN.
One of the clearly noticeable changes on Barry's suit is the new white crest from which it used to be red. The logo alteration shouldn't come as a big surprise for followers of the show. During the Season 1 finale, Barry saw his future self wearing the white insignia as he battles the Reverse-Flash (Tom Cavanagh) the night his mother was killed. more >>
There is good news for fans who have long been rooting for the return of NBC's hit action-adventure TV drama series "Xena: Warrior Princess." Reports suggest that it won't be long before the "Hercules" spinoff returns to the small screen.
"NBC and NBC Universal International are prepping a reboot" on the popular Lucy Lawless-led TV series, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The project is already in an "extremely early development stages" and the producers are currently on a lookout for a writer.
The people who are on-hands on the project are original executive producers Rob Tapert and Sam Raimi who both intended the next Xena show to be a "modern reboot." more >>
This week's episode of ABC Family's hit TV drama series "Pretty Little Liars" is touted as one of the most thrilling episodes in Season 6 as fans will likely get to see the undesirable reunion of the DiLaurentis family.
Spoiler reports for the episode titled "O Brother, Where Art Thou," hinted the possible arrival of Charles in Rosewood for his birthday celebration. Needless to say, Charles' idea of celebration could range between murder and terror.
Mr. DiLaurentis is of course alarmed with the news. The sneak peek provided by the network revealed that the patriarch will be trying his best to get his children away from his son, who is supposed to be dead. more >>
The upcoming Season 11 of The CW's fan-favorite TV drama series "Supernatural" will introduce a new "femme fatale" character who will give Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Sam (Jared Padalecki) a headache.
The long-running supernatural drama has now tapped "The Mentalist" star Emily Swallow for the "significant (and malevolent) recurring role" in the new season.
The actress, who also made her appearances on "Ringer" and "Southland," will play the role of Amara, "a femme fatale who is both seductive and sinister (when need be). It's not clear when exactly Amara will be introduced, or what connection (if any) she may have to the just-released Darkness." more >>
Trouble is about to get down between Stiles (Dylan O'Brien) and Theo (Cody Christian) as a sneak peek for this week's upcoming episode of MTV's hit supernatural TV drama series "Teen Wolf" shows the latter having a joyride with Malia (Shelley Hennig).
The video for the segment titled "A Novel Approach" was shared via International Business Times and the scenes suggest that the new werewolf in town is making his move on Stiles' other half. It could have turned intense if not for a sudden vision of her childhood's past.
Malia, who is on the wheel, appears to be so stiff with the handling. Having met quite a few near-accidents, she couldn't afford to push her luck on the road this time. However, her passenger kept on dropping some mischievous suggestions that they could go a "little bit faster." more >>