Jason Crabb is welcoming "The Voice" winner Craig Wayne Boyd onto the Trinity Broadcasting Network's "Praise the Lord" on Wednesday.
During the show, the two Christian singers will join forces during a performance of the classis hymn, "The Old Rugged Cross," as well as Crabb's hit song, "Through the Fire." Other performers on Wednesday's episode will include Kenzie Walker, Jimmy Sites, the Fairfield Four, and the McCrary Sisters.
Boyd, who won season seven of "The Voice" last year, was strongly influenced by both gospel and country music as a child. The 34-year-old accumulated thousands of fans on NBC's reality singing competition as a part of Blake Shelton's team. Boyd's rendition of "The Old Rugged" cross on "Praise the Lord" will not be his first time singing the hymn; the singer performed the same song during "The Voice" semi-finals. more >>
Last Friday on "The Young and the Restless," Sharon hears a noise outside and calls Dylan. Dylan, who's at Avery's office, tells Avery that he has to go so he can check on Sharon. Avery is not happy to go to the gala alone and complains that Sharon seems to need him all the time.
Meanwhile at the penthouse, Chelsea tells Adam that the doctor called and said that he's concerned that Connor might have a corneal infection. Adam insists on driving to the hospital.
At the hospital, Adam takes charge when the doctor tries to take Connor for some tests without Chelsea. Later, Chelsea thanks Adam and said it was like her late husband was there again for them. The doctor said that Connor's body isn't rejecting the corneal tissue, he just has conjunctivitis. Chelsea hugs Adam. more >>
Even if the Marvel TV series "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D" has yet to receive a firm renewal order for another season, rumors are circulating that a spinoff series is in the works. The show's executive producer Jeffrey Bell and writer Paul Zybyszewski are "quietly working on the spinoff," according to reports.
Another report in E! Online says that this move supposedly has the support of Marvel and ABC, although Marvel has yet to confirm if the news is true.
Entertainment Weekly, who first reported the news, could not specify yet which characters from the current series will be moving to the new series, or if new characters will be developed. They claim that the rest of the episodes in the current S.H.I.E.L.D. season will "lay the groundwork" for the new series. It also said that the new series will not be introduced via "a planted episode" which is a usual strategy employed. By the end of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 2, the spinoff plot is expected to be clearer. more >>
George R.R. Martin presented a "Game of Thrones" parody animation of the HBO series, "Lil Thrones" on "Conan" Friday. The author George R.R. Martin was on the TBS late night talk show and showed the Saturday morning cartoon-style comedy.
Martin and host Conan O'Brien promoted the premiere of season five of the show with an NSFW animation presented in a Saturday morning cartoon-like parody of HBO's award winning fantasy miniseries, which in turn is based on Martin's epic fantasy series beginning with "A Song of Ice and Fire."
The TBS-produced video, which went viral after being posted over the weekend, showed "Game of Thrones" animated characters, complete with murders, nudity, and talk of incest and sex, with Martin himself introducing the faux "brand new cartoon series for kids." more >>
On last Sunday's episode of "The Good Wife," Kalinda's actions land Diane in hot water and Alicia was asked to step down as state's attorney by Democratic National Committee chairman Frank Landau.
On "Winning Ugly," Andrew Wiley knows that Kalinda faked the metadata, and that has serious repercussions not only for Kalinda, but also for Diane because she used it as evidence in court. Wiley meets with Diane and he tells her that before he submits his report, he's going to give her a chance to make a statement. Diane never knew that Kalinda faked the metadata, so after he leaves she goes straight to her to confront her about the metadata.
Diane tells David and Cary about it, and David says that the only way for Diane to avoid jail time is if they come clean to the Police Review Board. more >>
The drama and insults continue to fly during last week's episode of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills." The Bravo show's reunion episode continues as Kim Richards makes her sister cry, Brandi Glanville and Lisa Rinna argue, and Eileen Davidson tries to keep her cool with Brandi.
Eileen said that before joining the show, she thought Brandi was funny—until she threw a glass of wine at her. Andy Cohen asks Brandi why she threw the wine, and she said that perhaps she wasn't thinking when she did that. Then, Brandi changes her story and says that she threw the wine because of Eileen having an affair with a married man while being married. Eileen says she retracts her acceptance of Brandi's apology, now that she knows the real reason why Brandi threw the wine at her.
Meanwhile, Kim claims that their other sister, Kathy, was not happy with the way that Kyle was treating her on the show. Kyle immediately broke down in tears and told her sister that she was being "so mean." Kyle said that now she's worried that her nieces and nephews might treat her differently because of Kim's accusations. more >>