A new Duggar has begun the process of courtship and could not be happier with what the Lord has in store for him.
"It's been going very well," Josiah Duggar told People magazine. "I met Marjorie [Jackson] a few years ago, when I was taking Spanish lessons at her house and I was very impressed with the way she was with her siblings and her love for the Lord."
Josiah, 18, and Marjorie, 17, entered into the courtship on April 6, the same day that his sister Jill gave birth to her first son, Israel David. Courtship is taken very seriously in the Duggar family, with strict rules and the intention that the couple is preparing to marry. "She really caught my eye. That is really where I noticed her." more >>
"Game of Thrones" season five premiered Sunday, April 12, but was preceded by an unprecedented leak of the first four episodes the day before its scheduled outing.
The highly anticipated fantasy miniseries, "Game of Thrones" debuted its fifth season on HBO but not before a massive leak of its first four episodes went viral on torrent sites Saturday.
Popular sites Torrentz and Kicka-- were inundated with nearly 50,000 downloads within the first two hours the leaked episodes were uploaded Sunday, with more than a million downloads for a single episode within the day. more >>
The TV sitcom series "Arrested Development" is getting another season, as announced by one of its Executive Producers Brian Grazer. In an interview during the SXSW, Grazer revealed that they are working on another set of episodes for another season, 17 to be exact. The interview was recently revealed via podcast.
The Variety report said that Grazer indicated the number of episodes they were working on during the interview.
"I love 'Arrested Development,' but it was never a huge thing. But people are loyal to it," he said. more >>
"A.D. The Bible Continues" picked up with the resurrection of Jesus Christ in the second episode of the miniseries on Sunday night, and used the gospels of Matthew 28 and John 20 to continue to tell the story of mass confusion and conflict.
A confrontation between Pilate and Caiaphas, set while Caiaphas is bathing, shows the immense power dynamic between the two. Not to mention that all of the Roman authorities are panicked by the "loss" of Jesus' body, which they believe to be an open act of defiance. As the two men argue over what must be done to protect their honor and authority, Caiaphas' ultimate fear begins to show and is masterfully presented by actor Richard Coyle. He is not in fear of losing his position but more in fear of losing his life at the hands of Pilate, whom he convinced to have Jesus killed.
"We found nothing, and everything," the disciple John says before walking away from the empty tomb. more >>
The trials of Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and his group will continue in the next season of AMC's hit post-apocalyptic TV series "The Walking Dead." However, the show's upcoming spinoff series titled "Fear The Walking Dead" is already on its way to fill in the void.
Avid followers of the zombie fiction are likely to be offered some glimpses from the past prior to the "TWD" incidents.
A source told The Hollywood Reporter said that initial scripts for the "companion/prequel" series will feature a key character from the first season of the parent show. more >>
This week on "Grey's Anatomy" all is well between Meredith and Derek as the two rekindle their relationship, while Amelia and Owen hits a rocky patch in theirs.
Derek and Meredith are blissfully happy and they can hardly stand to be away from each other. While they're having breakfast with their children and getting ready to leave, Amelia comes in through the front door, wearing the same clothes she was wearing the night before, and she's followed by Owen. He doesn't realize that Meredith and Derek are sitting there, and when he does, he tries to leave. Derek offers them both breakfast to diffuse the awkwardness, but they both decline.
Derek is heading back to D.C. to resign from his job, so he kisses Meredith goodbye and he tells her, "Wait for me, I'll be back before you know it." more >>