With Riley (Rowan Blanchard) and Maya (Sabrina Carpenter) now exploring the depths of high school, there is a lot of question regarding how their friendship will continue.
The first few episodes of the hit Disney series "Girl Meets World" highlighted the complicated love triangle between Maya and Riley, since Lucas (Peyton Meyer) declared both of them as his girlfriend. Aside from that, the new system of high school makes if hard for the two of them to stay close. With that, fans has been seeing the dynamics of the two changing since they feel as though they abandoned each other.
A New Beginning for their Friendship more >>
The new season of "Home Free" stars former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow, who says the show highlights the biblical principle that it is more blessed to give than to receive.
The second season is different from season 1 in that it encourages every competitor to win a home for a hero in their life as well as a grand prize sum of $100,000 for themselves. Each contestant must make it down Homefree Blvd., building one by one an entire neighborhood for their heroes, with the grand prize resulting in a dream home.
Contrary to his partner home improvement expert Mike Holmes, Tebow has a softer approach to lead the contestants. His role is to encourage them and give them the will to make it to the end. more >>
It's been 40 years since Macy's began lighting up the night sky on the Fourth of July as America in commemoration of Independence Day. This year, Macy's Fireworks will be happening at 8 p.m. EST at the stretch of New York City's East River, starting from the Brooklyn Bridge across Williamsburg Bridge through Manhattan to Queens.
40 Years of Celebrating the Fourth of July with a Big Bang
The first fireworks display hosted by Macy's was held in 1958 at New York Harbor. When America celebrated its 200th Bicentennial, Macy's partnered with the Walt Disney Company to come up with a pyrotechnic display, which ultimately made the fireworks event an annual American tradition. more >>
When news broke that Tamar Braxton was fired from "The Real" talk show, some blamed her co-stars.
Now, the four ladies who are still signed on with the show are speaking up about their feelings on the matter. Comedian Loni Love, singer and actress Adrienne Bailon, stylist Jeannie Mai and actress Tamera Mowry-Housely appeared on Extra tv where they spoke about Braxton's departure from the Emmy-nominated show.
"First of all, we want to let all of our fans know that we love them and we were totally taken by surprise when we found out that Tamar wouldn't be returning to 'The Real.' We love her," Love insisted on the show. more >>
Oprah Winfrey's first scripted dramatic series "Greenleaf" attempts to pull back the veil on the black megachurch, giving viewers a look at the messy mechanics that sometimes turn the wheels of these behemoths.
While the purpose of church should be to focus on Jesus, "Greenleaf" comes with no shortage of family and church drama — from jealousy to infidelity — which begs the question: Is the show simply another drama backdropped by a church setting? Does it edify the body of Christ? Is it secretly copying one megachurch in particular?
As The Christian Post reported earlier this month, Winfrey called Biship T.D.Jakes, senior pastor of The Potter's House in Dallas, Texas, to assure him that the "Greenleaf" series is not based on him, his church or any other megachurch in America. more >>
Actress Tamera Mowry-Housley says after she broke her vow to God not to have sex before marriage, she has struggled to forgive herself.
"I think one of the hardest things to do is forgive just in general," Mowry-Housley said on the daytime talk show "The Real" when asked a questions about forgiveness. "But I think the hardest thing to do is forgive yourself.
"Sometimes when you do something that you know maybe you shouldn't have done, it's hard to move on," she said. "I have a very long story about what I needed to forgive myself about. You guys all know that I made a pact to myself to stay a virgin before I got married and I tried for a very very very long time." more >>