Spoiler alert for those who haven't seen the finale of "Orphan Black" Season 3 titled "History Yet to Be Written," the episode ended with a major cliff-hanger that saw Delphine (Evelyne Brochu) getting fatally shot in what appears to be, a horrifying encounter with Dr. Nealon (Tom McCamus).
As expected, fans are wondering if the next season will find the doctor buried 6 feet under the ground or not.
"I don't know. Did you see her die?" executive producer Graeme Manson told TV Line. more >>
Evangelical leader the Rev. Franklin Graham has responded to critics of his decision to discontinue business with Wells Fargo following the company's TV ad featuring a same-sex couple.
The head of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and Samaritan's Purse had a column published last week arguing that the boycott was not about Wells Fargo being "gay-friendly."
"Indeed, the bank we transferred our accounts to — BB&T based in Winston-Salem, N.C. — is also widely considered gay-friendly. In fact, it may surprise some to learn that I think every business should be gay-friendly," wrote Graham. more >>
The entertainment world has been on the constant vigilance with Kim Kardashian's latest pregnancy. Over the past few weeks since her announcement, the public has been wondering what would be baby no. 2's gender and now we have the answer.
The "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star's social media post over the weekend revealed the news.
"Precious moments like this when we were traveling on tour with you are what I live for. You're such a good daddy to North & you will be the best daddy to our new son too!" the 34-year-old's Twitter post reads. more >>
The public was quick to speculate that the upcoming chapter of FX's hit horror anthology TV drama series, "American Horror Story: Hotel" will be laden with musical numbers ever since the inclusion of pop icon Lady Gaga was announced. However, this might not be the case.
Showrunner Ryan Murphy clarified that the forthcoming installment won't have a musical aspect to it.
"No. People, keep saying to me, 'What numbers are they singing, what numbers are they singing,' and I say there will be no numbers," the executvie producer told Deadline. more >>
John Luke Robertson of A&E's reality series "Duck Dynasty" is set to marry his fiancée, Mary Kate McEacharn, on Saturday, June 27, according to the couple's online wedding registries.
The pair, who got engaged on John Luke's 19th birthday last October, are registered at both Bed Bath and Beyond as well as West Elm where they have selected items such as drinking glasses, kitchen utensils and bakeware, among many other gifts. Other details about the wedding found on the gift registries includes news that John Luke and Mary Kate will wed in the couples' home state of Louisiana, where "Duck Dynasty" is filmed.
Earlier this month, John Luke's mother, Korie Robertson, confirmed that the summer wedding plans were "coming along." more >>
The family television advocacy group Parents Television Council is pressuring global fast food giant McDonald's to stop running commercials that air during the Fox adult cartoon comedy series "Family Guy," a show which the organization claims trivializes sexual assault against children.
Earlier this month, PTC board member Gary Lesser sent a letter to McDonald's newly hired global Chief Communications Officer, Robert Gibbs, who served as the White House press secretary under Barack Obama from 2009-2011. The letter urged Gibbs to persuade the corporation to change its advertising decisions so that the family brand no longer associates itself with shows that make fun of sexual violence.
According to a PTC research report on the "Family Guy" released in May, there were over 23 scenes in "Family Guy" episodes in the last year alone that referenced sexual violence in some manner, with 19 of them being sexual violence toward children. The report found that in the last three years, 79 percent of the show's sexual violence scenes were perpetrated on children or teens. more >>