With the season 10 premiere of "Criminal Minds" less than a month away, more spoilers have been released for the show's upcoming season. It has been reported that two 1990s former teen stars have joined the cast of the show.
The team's new addition, Kate Callahan, will be played by "Party of Five" alum Jennifer Love Hewitt. According to TVLine, Hewitt's character will be introduced while she's working undercover on a case.
"You don't see her doing something you don't see our team ever doing," said executive producer Erica Messer to TVLine. "[She has to] sit there and pretend to like a criminal." more >>
Adrienne Bailon does not subscribe to the notion of being a stereotypical Christian, but the triple threat holds her relationship with God responsible for her romantic life, the opportunity to co-host "The Real" talk show and surviving in a fickle entertainment business.
Bailon, the 30-year-old singer-songwriter, actress and dancer, broke into the music industry at the tender age of 15, when she was discovered in a church choir and chosen to join Latin singer Ricky Martin on tour. Since then, she has continued to evolve in the entertainment industry while singing for the R&B group 3LW, being a part of Disney Channel productions such as "The Cheetah Girls" before appearing in movies like "Coach Carter" and "I'm In Love With a Church Girl."
While Bailon has been featured in her share of films on the big and small screens, she now serves as a co-host of the new daytime talk show "The Real" which makes its debut Sept. 15. The entertainer insists she never expected to be a talk show host, but told The Christian Post why she decided to utilize the platform. more >>
Earlier this year, NBC renewed its original drama series "Chicago Fire" for a third season. The show's incoming season will premiere on Sept. 23, 2014 at 9 p.m.
Aside from the premiere date, there has been big casting news circulating about "Chicago Fire" when it returns. For one, there's a report about "Graceland" star Serinda Swan appearing on the show. It was rumored that she'd be another person bound to break the Severide-Lindsay love story (played by Taylor Kinney and Sophia Bush respectively.)
Swan is set to appear in at least four episodes as Brittany Baker, a graphic designer who might strike a romantic interest with the Lieutenant, according to Deadline. more >>
Derick Dillard is already documenting his wife Jill Duggar's pregnancy less than three months after their wedding.
The newlyweds announced the pregnancy just eight weeks after their June 21 nuptials. Today, the 23-year-old bride is showing off her burgeoning baby bump for the first time on Instagram. Dillard, 25, shared a photo collage featuring Duggar's progress at five weeks and five days as well as at 11 weeks and two days.
"By the end of next week, all of our baby's body parts, from tooth buds to toenails, will be developing! #firsttrimesterprogression #babydilly #19kidsandcounting," Dillard wrote in the caption on Sept. 5. more >>
Season 7 of "Sons of Anarchy" got off to a good start as it broke ratings records, with 10.2 million viewers tuning in to the premiere episode. With FX doing a great job of teasing the final season of the show over the past few months, it's no surprise that season 7's debut is the best season opener to date.
Spoilers are out for the season's second episode, titled "Toil and Trouble."
After Gemma blames a Lin Triad member for killing Tara, Jax's revenge doesn't stop with him as he plots to avenge the murder of his wife. more >>
"Married at First Sight," the experimental reality series based on the Danish show of the same format, initially raised some doubts due to its unconventional premise. In the show, individuals are handpicked and matched by experts, and they marry their match upon meeting them on the very first time at the altar. For six weeks, they live together as a married couple and after that, they then decide if they stay together, or if they should divorce.
Though the show is controversial, there's no doubt that it was a hit as it was recently greenlit for a second season on FYI. In an interview with RealScreen, "Married at First Sight" creator Michael von Wurden shared why the show roots for its cast to stay together, and why people can learn something from it.
"You relate to the cast in a different way than you normally do on a reality show because you really want them to succeed," said von Wurden. "Everything you do is to try to help them find love and stay together as a couple." more >>