"Girl Meets World" aired its fourteenth episode for season two last Friday, which marks the beginning of the show's mid-season hiatus. The fans of the teen drama and adventure series were left with the last episode titled "Girl Meets Creativity" which is about dealing with the importance of arts and creativity.
Riley (Rowan Blanchard) and her friends organized a rally to backpedal the school board's decision to abolish arts and music as valid subjects for students. They take it upon themselves to show clearly that the subjects are in fact an essential part of their education. They come up with creative ways to get their message across. As usual, the episode was filled fun and laughter along with some important lessons that young audiences can learn from. more >>
There were reports that the high school comedy "Awkward" will be ending for good after the finale episode of its fifth season, but it seems that the MTV series still has a long way to go before it bows out.
In Awkward season 5, high school is about to end, and this would mean the characters would be taking their final bow. But the final episodes of the season suggest that the story line would still continue to show the characters' life after they graduate, according to Realty Today.
Those who are fond of following superhero TV series will be catching another one soon as DC's "Legends of Tomorrow' is expected to air in the earlier part of 2016. According to We Got This Covered, CW's live-action adaptation of "Legends of Tomorrow" is progressing relatively well. With a handful of projects already, CW has confirmed that it won't be making any more DC character spinoff series in the future.
In a report by Screen Rant, CW President Mark Pedowitz announced at the TCA press tour that after "Legends of Tomorrow," the network will take a break from producing superhero shows as they might overshadow the non-superhero shows. Pedowitz' exact words were, "There is no intention at this point, to spin anything else off."
Reports say that the network's decision may be legitimate since about 30 percent of the programs in CW will be about DC comics' materials, with successful shows "Arrow" and "The Flash" currently in the works to continue its story in the network. Aside from that, the debut of the show will mean that the network must bring about three hours of new content each week. more >>
The pilot episode of "Fear the Walking Dead" has got zombie addicts all excited, but there are questions as to whether the "Walking Dead" spin-off will be as riveting as the original series.
Fear the Walking Dead showcases the lives of people in Los Angeles when the zombie outbreak was still starting. Compared to its predecessor, the new show does not feature as many "walkers," and the main characters are still trying to make sense out of the mysterious "sickness" spreading in the community, according to the Daily News.
Kim Dickens plays the role of high school guidance counselor Madison Clark, who is raising his two kids alone. One of his kids, played by Frank Dillane, is a college dropout and a drug addict. The other one, played by Alycia Debnam-Carey, is a teenager who hates her mom's boyfriend. Cliff Curtis plays the role of high school teacher Travis Manawa, who is romantically involved with Clark, the report details. more >>
When she joined "Basketball Wives" in 2010, Tami Roman became known as a spitfire of sorts who engaged in numerous altercations that resulted in people petitioning to have her booted from the VH1 reality television show. Years later, Roman has found her way back to the world of reality television but is leaning on God to fight real life struggles like a recent miscarriage that took place when cameras stopped rolling.
Roman, the 45-year-old reality television star that got her start on MTV's "The Real World" in 1993, understands there are people who perceive her television persona as someone who doesn't make her Christian faith a priority in life. But the seasoned actress who has appeared as a series regular on shows like CBS' "Moonlight" and "Extant" insists that is far from the truth.
"I know that people see me on the reality shows and they think I'm not a Christian, that I don't live a Christian life. Contrary to popular belief, when I go through situations, good or bad, I lean on the Word,"Roman told The Christian Post. more >>
As former executive director of Family Research Council's lobbying arm Josh Duggar admitted Thursday that he cheated on his wife, Anna, and developed a secret addiction to pornography, FRC President Tony Perkins condemned Duggar's actions Thursday and labeled the former reality TV star's conduct as "deceitful behavior."
As the news broke Wednesday that the former family values activist paid nearly $1,000 for two subscriptions to the online marital affair coordination website Ashley Madison, Duggar, who is the oldest son on the now-canceled TLC reality show "19 Kids and Counting," took to the Duggar family website to come clean about his adulterous acts and ponagraphy use in a statement.
Duggar had politically advocated for traditional family values as the executive director of Family Research Council Action and resigned from his position in May following the revelation that he molested five girls when he was 14 and 15 years old. In his statement, Duggar admits to having used pornography and cheating on his wife while he promoted the importance of living by biblical values. more >>