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 >>
In the new season of "Outlander," the popular historical drama series on Starz, Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and Jamie (Sam Heughan) have made their way to Paris, where they are slowly attempting to infiltrate the Jacobite rebellion led by Prince Charles Edward Stuart (Andrew Gower) and to ultimately prevent the battle of Culloden.
Two episodes in, season 2 has so far shown the couple getting thrown into the hedonistic world of French society and going through some marital troubles as a result of Jamie's brutal experience at the hands of Black Jack Randall (Tobias Menzies) back in season 1.
HBO's New York-based drama/comedy "Girls" aired its season 5 finale on Sunday, April 17, ending the current season with a much-anticipated reunion and a physically destructive fight.
The season 5 finale is the second-to-last season ender for the series, which will air its sixth and final season next year.
In the two-part season 5 finale, which consisted of episodes "Love Stories" and "I Love You Baby," Marnie (Allison Wiliams), who is in the process of getting divorced from Desi (Ebon Moss-Bachrach), suddenly showed up at Ray's (Alex Karpovsky) place, where she confessed her feelings for him. The two then fell to the floor in a steamy makeout scene. more >>
Canadian sci-fi thriller "Orphan Black" debuted its fourth season on Thursday, April 14, with a surprising episode that was focused mainly on Beth Childs (Tatiana Maslany), the clone whose suicide kicked off the entire series back in the pilot episode. Childs' death paved the way for Sarah Manning (also Maslany) taking on her role in the fight for the Leda clones.
The season 4 opener was a breath of fresh air for loyal "Orphan Black" fans, many of whom have found the previous seasons' frenzied introduction of new characters and increasingly complicated twists and turns downright confusing and overwhelming. Fortunately, the popular biopunk drama/thriller has whisked its fans back to the beginning and taken a step back from season 3's complex overlapping stories.
"Orphan Black" co-creator John Fawcett spoke to The Hollywood Reporter about the decision to shoot a Beth-centric episode, admitting that it was something they had been considering since season 1. But the point at which the concept began to be seriously planned was after fans responded favorably to the idea back in 2013. more >>
Just days after airing its eagerly awaited season 2 premiere, AMC's "Fear the Walking Dead" has been renewed for a third season.
The zombie horror drama, a spinoff/prequel of AMC's "The Walking Dead," aired a tentative freshman season in 2015, which consisted of just six episodes. After receiving generally positive reviews, AMC increased the current season order to 15 episodes. The third season, which will air in 2017, marks the largest season order yet, consisting of 16 episodes.
In a statement about the show's renewal on Friday, April 15, AMC president Charlie Collier wrote (via The Hollywood Reporter), "What Dave Erickson and Robert Kirkman have invented in 'Fear the Walking Dead' is to be applauded." more >>
CBS' award-winning legal/political drama series "The Good Wife" is bowing out for good in a matter of weeks.
The show's co-creators, Robert and Michelle King, were joined by cast members Julianna Margulies (Alicia Florrick), Matt Czuchry (Cary Agos), and Cush Jumbo (Lucca Quinn) at the show's Tribeca Film Festival panel on Sunday, April 17.
There, Margulies spoke about receiving the script for the series finale. According to the actress, she couldn't talk about the series finale to anyone after reading the script for the first time. Margulies said she was "emotionally confused" and had so many emotions about wrapping up her character, but after talking about it with her husband and reading the script for a fourth time (while sipping some wine sent by the Kings), she was finally able to digest it. more >>