Jesus is a hot commodity. At least three networks — CNN, National Geographic and NBC — are banking on Christians tuning in during the holy season of Lent and on Easter Sunday to watch their varied presentations on the Son of God.
First on deck is CNN's original series, "Finding Jesus: Faith, Fact, Forgery," scheduled to air Sunday, March 1 at 9 p.m. E.T. more >>
Things are getting more interesting and at the same time complicated in the hit superhero TV drama series "The Flash" as this week's episode will have to tackle a great deal about the death of Barry's (Grant Gustin) mother and time travel.
Last week, fans saw Det. West (Jesse L. Martin) employing Cisco (Carlos Valdes) to help him re-investigate the murder case of Barry's mom. The findings that day were truly shocking for both the S.T.A.R. Labs genius and the police officer. It was revealed that the traces of blood found in the crime scene have the DNA of a much older Barry Allen.
A lot of fans suspects that Dr. Wells' (Tom Cavanagh) Reverse Flash has something to do with the murder but putting the Flash into the mix just makes the story even more complicated. more >>
On last Sunday's episode of "Downton Abbey," Edith finds a way to bring Marigold home with some help from an unlikely source, Mary bids Tony Gillingham goodbye, and Lord Grantham is forced to say farewell to his beloved canine companion, Isis.
Rosamund and Violet, worried about Edith's disappearance, finally tells her mother Cora about what really happened to her, and they also tell her about Marigold. Cora is livid, and as they all wonder where Edith might be, Atticus suggests that maybe she's in the newspaper company which she inherited from Gregson.
Cora and Rosamund fetch Edith. Over lunch, Edith tells them about her plan to drop her title and move to America with the child. She would have left already, but is having second thoughts because she feels responsibility for Michael Gregson's company, and she wants Marigold to grow up English. Cora suggests telling everyone that the Drewes took on a child that they cannot care for and that they asked Edith to adopt the child. Edith agrees to the plan, only she doesn't want her father, Lord Grantham, or her sister Mary to know. more >>
"Game of Thrones" creator George R.R. Martin announced last Saturday that the show's Season 5 will have what he called "shock deaths."
Speaking at the Writers Guild West Awards, as reported in The Independent, Martin said that fans should brace themselves as there will be four deaths in the new season. He also said that even fans of the novel series "A Song of Ice and Fire," where "The Game of Thrones" storyline is based on, will be surprised because "people are going to die who don't die in the books so even the book readers will be unhappy."
According to the report, Martin had previously said on Conan last year that the following characters will meet their deaths in the next season: Irri, Daenerys' handmaiden, Joyeuse Erenford, wife of Walder Frey and Qarth merchant Xaro Xhoan Daxos. But given this recent pronouncement, the report said anything can happen. He also said that the show's co-producers, David Benioff and D.B. Weiss "are bloodier than I am." more >>
Yet another momma is coming to serenade the fans of "Nashville" Season 3.
A report from The Wrap indicated that pop icon Christina Aguilera will be joining the cast of the hit musical comedy TV drama series for a three-episode arc.
According to the media outlet, the mother of baby Summer Rain will play the character named Jade St. John, "a mainstream pop star who travels to Nashville with the hopes of making a splash in the country music world." more >>
Suspense and intrigue continues in the hit teen drama TV series "Pretty Little Liars" Season 5 as spoiler reports suggest that Aria's little brother Mike might have some knowledge about "A."
A report from IBTimes indicated that Mike Montgomery (Cody Christian), whom fans suspect or believe to be the person behind the A identity or at least he could be working under his/her shadow.
To shed light on the speculations, Christian spoke with MTV.com where he informed the publication that viewers are definitely edging closer in knowing PLL's most dreaded villain. more >>