Potential 2016 presidential contender and renowned neurosurgeon Ben Carson is receiving heavy criticism online after calling for caution in responding to the domestic violence case involving former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice and advising that the player needs help, not "demonizing."
"I'm hopeful that they will get some help for him. Obviously, anyone who would do something like that needs some help," Carson said Monday on "The Steve Malzberg Show" on Newsmax TV.
"Let's not all jump on the bandwagon of demonizing this guy. He obviously has some real problems. And his wife obviously knows that because she subsequently married him. So they both need some help," continued Carson. "Rather than just jumping on an impunitive bandwagon [of criticism], let's see if we can get some help for these people," he ended on the subject. more >>
Jessa Duggar and Ben Seewald announced their engagement on Aug. 14 and have now announced their wedding date of Nov. 1 along with new photos of the engagement ring.
"I picked out my wedding dress a couple of days ago," Jessa told People. "I went with the second dress I tried on – I love it."
"We have most of our planning done," Ben added. "When you're planning a wedding, you can make it complicated, or make it simple and we are trying to make ours simple. There are some things that have to be done right before the wedding, but for the most part, we're ready." more >>
Torrei Hart, star of hit new reality TV show "Atlanta Exes," recently opened up about how speaking candidly about her failed marriage to Kevin Hart helped save the life of a suicidal fan.
The sketch writer, who divorced Kevin in 2011 over infidelity, made her reality TV debut on the Vh1 network last month alongside four other former wives and girlfriends of famous Hollywood men.
The mother of two, 36, has been very open about her heartbreaking divorce from the comedian, 35, (he recently got engaged to his alleged mistress Eniko Parrish) and she had absolutely no idea that sharing her ordeal would later save at least one woman's life. more >>
"Vikings," a Canadian-Irish television series, is set to premiere its third season during the summer of 2015. The History Channel renewed the series for a 10-episode return March 25 earlier this year.
During the San Diego Comic Con earlier this year, several of the cast members and a number of the production crew made their appearance and held a panel. Yahoo! TV held an interview with cast members, revealing a number of details regarding the third season.
"It's only going to get grittier, and I think that's why fans are absolutely in love with it right now," one of the cast members, Alexander Ludwig, explained. Ludwig plays as Bjorn in the series. more >>
Frances O'Connor has been cast as Belle's mother, Colette, in the upcoming season of "Once Upon a Time."
The Australian actress will be appearing in a series of flashbacks in the sixth episode, with a potential to return in the future, according to Entertainment Weekly.
O'Connor is best known for her role in the prime time soap "Cashmere Mafia." She is currently part of the regular cast of the U.K. period drama "Mr. Selfridge" and is set to appear on the upcoming series "The Missing." more >>
Reports on the Netflix hit original political drama TV series "House of Cards" recently confirmed that the show has been renewed for another season and is rumored to return on air sometime in early 2015. The web stream firm, however, has not made yet any official statement with regards to a premiere date.
Reasons for the uncertainties of dates might be attributed to the production problems that the show encountered -- particularly the tax law issues in Maryland. Nevertheless, news from the people in the know revealed that filming for the forthcoming series is ongoing.
Putting aside release date information, fans of the show are already hankering for more answers on the questions left when Season 2 ended. For one, there's the issue surrounding the newly appointed U.S. president Frank Underwood, played by Kevin Spacey. more >>