"Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta" just had its explosive reunion show, so what's a "Love and Hip Hop" fan got to do to tune in to more drama, conflict, zingers, and of course, hip hop? Fans will be happy to know that the L.A.-based spin-off, "Love and Hip Hop: Hollywood" is about to premiere a few days from now.
A few well-known celebrities are part of the cast, including R&B artist Ray J, also known as singer Brandy's brother and Kim Kardashian's ex. Also in the cast is Omarion and Soulja Boy.
With the addition of familiar names to the LA franchise of "Love and Hip Hop," producers are hoping that the show will gain as much interest and viewers as its predecessors. It looks like this show shares a lot of similarity with the cast from Atlanta. Here's a side by side comparison of the two shows: more >>
Fans of "Hannibal" will have to wait until the third season of the series will air next year. Until then, those who choose to relive season 2 can get the whole series on Blu-ray and DVD, which will be available on Sept. 16. Of course, having a few spoilers about the upcoming season doesn't hurt the "Fannibals" either.
It has been reported that season three will pick up a year after what took place in the finale, and Hannibal and Bedelia will now be in Europe. The two will be posing as a married couple while Hannibal prepares to kill a new victim.
"[The opening episode] will be all about Hannibal and Bedelia's fabulous life in Europe—except it may not be so fabulous. Although the duo poses as husband and wife while Hannibal stalks a new victim, it won't be long before one of the locals discovers the murderous truth about Dr. Lecter," TV Guide reported. more >>
The battle between Apple and Samsung is still fiery though it looks as if Apple has made the first move with the unveiling of the iPhone 6 on Sept. 9. Looks like the Cupertino company has opted to enlarge their screen sizes to keep up with Samsung but how will the iPhone 6 fare with the upcoming Galaxy Note 4?
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has not gone larger than its predecessor, the Galaxy Note 3, and is still at the same 5.7-inches but even without the display size increase, it still outmatches the iPhone 6 – even with the larger 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus. Still, it may not be a matter of size but of how sharp the display is.
It was only recently confirmed that the Galaxy Note 4 will be coming with the 2560 x 1440 QHD resolution display, putting it at a whopping 500 pixels per inch. The smaller iPhone 6 has a Retina display screen resolution of 1334 x 750, the same as the iPhone 5S. The iPhone 6 Plus on the other hand comes with a 1920 x 1080, or full HD resolution. more >>
Sadie Robertson of "Duck Dynasty" is preparing for her debut on "Dancing with the Stars" this week, assuring fans that God is with her "no matter where I go."
"Packing for La, thank you @bosshogswife for my devotional book to take with me," Robertson wrote on Instagram Sunday night. "God comes with me no matter where I go."
Robertson's post featured a photo of the book Living So That: Making Faith-Filled Choices in the Midst of a Messy Life by Wendy Blight. The 17-year-old model thanked her mother, Korie Robertson, for the gift in the post. more >>
Netflix's hit political drama "House of Cards" will be returning for its third season and is already on its filming stage. Now fans are already rummaging some news and updates for what the upcoming season has to offer.
Actor Kevin Spacey who plays Francis J. "Frank" Underwood, the famous Democrat from South Carolina who was sworn into his presidency in the previous season, created a buzz when he guested on Comedy Central's "The Colbert Report."
He didn't appear there as himself but of his character's persona. Standing in the set, Spacey aka Frank Underwood spoke with Colbert with his signature deep, almost menacing, voice. The two exchanged dialogues wherein Colbert gave his thought of running for a position in Washington D.C. to which the character/actor replied, in an implied way, that he can't do so. more >>
Season 4 of the American political thriller television series, "Homeland" is set to premiere on Oct. 5. The season is also set to take place in Pakistan and Afghanistan, with Carrie Mathison being assigned to a dangerous assignment by the CIA.
A trailer for the fourth season was put out on YouTube and it shows Carrie in charge of a ground operation in Pakistan. Having seen the bad guys' movements, she receives a call from Saul saying that he has confirmed the target and will commence on Carrie's orders. She confirms the order and gets in a car while a missile seemingly blows up the bad guys, with Carrie watching the explosion from the side-view mirror of the car.
The video features Lorde's "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" which was also the track used in the "Hunger Games: Catching Fire" as a soundtrack. more >>