In what will be remembered as one of the most memorable moments in the history of the BET awards show, actor and civil rights activist Jesse Williams, best known for his role on "Grey's Anatomy," delivered an impassioned speech on race Sunday night.
Williams, 34, who has also been an active voice in the Black Lives Matter movement since 2014, was honored with the Humanitarian Award prior to making the speech. He spoke after a video featuring himself, Harry Belafonte, Nate Parker and Debbie Allen talking about using their fame to push for racial justice.
"Now, this award, this is not for me. This is for the real organizers all over the country. The activists, the civil rights attorneys, the struggling parents, the families, the teachers, the students that are realizing that a system built to divide and impoverish and destroy us cannot stand if we do. Alright? It's kind of basic mathematics. The more we learn about who we are and how we got here, the more we will mobilize," he said after thanking his parents and wife. more >>
The shocking finale of "Game of Thrones" Season 6 started off with a bang -- literally. The eerie beginning of "Winds of Winter," the final episode of "Game of Thrones" Season 6, staged an explosive turn of events when Cersei's trial took an unexpected turn.
Margaery in Flames
After a an epic tragedy between Anika and Rhonda on the finale of "Empire" Season 2, the show's executive producer hints more drama for the upcoming season.
Who Will Die -- Anika or Rhonda?
Last season, Anika pushed Rhonda, which resulted to the latter's miscarriage. The disagreement escalated quickly, and fans speculate that one of them will die. Ilene Chaiken, executive producer of "Empire," recently spoke to TV Line about the matter. When asked if both Anika and Rhonda will pass away, she teased fans that either one could happen. more >>
Even though the new season of "The Walking Dead" is still a few months away, fans will be able to enjoy the horrors of the hit show. Universal Studios has recently announced a new addition to their theme park -- a ride based on "The Walking Dead."
Bringing the Undead to Life
"The Walking Dead" attraction is expected to be released this week. The said ride will feature the West Georgia Correctional Facility and Terminus as seen on the show. The notorious "Dead Inside" doors will also be shown in the new attraction. more >>
Since there has yet to be source material for the series, many believe that the upcoming season of "One Punch Man" will be canceled.
After the successful first season of "One Punch Man," there is a lot of anticipation for the second season of the anime series. While it was already confirmed, there are still no updates regarding the game, which leads to speculations that there might not be a future for "One Punch Man."
Fortunately, it was hinted that an upcoming event could shed some light on the fate of "One-Punch Man" Season 2. more >>
The creators of hit show "Bates Motel" have announced that the "Psycho" inspired story will come to a close in Season 5. A lot of fans are already itching to know what will happen to Norman because of the events that occurred during the Season 4 finale.
What's Next for Norma?
In the conclusion of "Bates Motel" Season 4, Norman Bates has finally killed his mother. The actress who played Norma, Vera Farmiga, has gained a lot of fans due to her acting. She also caused the show to have a lasting appeal after every season. more >>