When HBO's hit fantasy drama series "Game of Thrones" returns later this month, fans will find new alliances and new conflicts re-arranging the political situation in the fictional world of Westeros.
In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, "Game of Thrones" star Liam Cunningham, who plays the smuggler-turned-knight Davos Seaworth, said that while the previous season featured "worlds colliding," the hotly anticipated sixth season of the HBO series will feel like a completely different show from what "Game of Thrones" fans know.
"This season's cool because it resets the chess board and people get partnered with new people," the actor said. "There are new plans – and they're enormous plans. There are new loyalties. There are new tensions. There are tensions between people where there were not tensions before." more >>
Prominent Christian actor and former child television star Kirk Cameron asserted Wednesday that the Bible's guidelines for marriage instruct wives to honor and "follow their husband's lead."
Cameron, who travels to churches across the United States to teach married couples about the importance of having a God-centered marriage and the importance of fighting to keep their marriages alive, spoke with The Christian Post on his participation in the "Love Worth Fighting For" national marriage tour.
Cameron, who is most known for his role in the 80's sitcom "Growing Pains," has visited nearly 200 churches across the U.S. in the seven years of the tour's existence, was asked to explain God's guidelines for marriage. more >>
"American Idol" wrapped up its very last season and show Thursday night in an action-packed, star-studded finale that included memorable performances from a array of talent, including Christian artists Colton Dixon and Danny Gokey.
Contestant Trent Harmon was crowned the 15th and final "Idol" winner, besting runner-up La'Porsha Renae. Leading up to those last few tense moments between the two fellow Mississippians before the winner was announced, "Idol" put on a finale to remember with thrilling performances by the show's alumni, including its very first winner, Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood, Jennifer Hudson, David Cook, Fantasia Barrino, Ruben Studdard, Jordin Sparks, and fan favorites like Kimberley Locke, David Cook, Joshua Ledet, George Huff, Colton Dixon and Danny Gokey.
Sporting a blonde Mohawk, Dixon performed his touching Christian hit "Through All of It," as he played the piano. The song's poignant lyrics, which brilliantly captured the moment for the night's two anxious finalists and the show as a whole, include: "I have won and I have lost, I got it right sometimes, but sometimes I did not. Life's been a journey. I've seen joy, I've seen regret. Oh and You have been my God through all of it." more >>
NBC will be expanding its "Law & Order" franchise with an anthology crime drama series to be called "Law & Order: True Crime."
The network is working with executive producer Dick Wolf to bring the scripted series, which will tell the stories of various real-life criminal cases, to life, Deadline has learned. The news of the upcoming "Law & Order" anthology series follows the recent season 1 finale of FX's "American Crime Story," which portrayed the infamous 1995 O.J. Simpson trial.
"Law & Order: True Crime" is reportedly currently in development and will tackle the case of convicted killers Lyle and Erik Menendez in its first eight-episode season. more >>
The CW's popular post-apocalyptic drama "The 100" has once again come under fire for killing off a fan favorite character.
This time, however, the criticism has not come from fans, but from the actor whose character recently perished in the series.
The new controversy comes just weeks after the backlash over Lexa's (Alycia Debnam-Carey) death in "The 100," which fans and critics alike saw as a device pulled straight out of the "Bury Your Gays" trope. more >>
The American comedy series about a very blended family, "Modern Family," is nearing the end of Season 7, with only five episodes left in the line-up of episodes until its season finale. The show, which recently reclaimed its spot as the number one Wednesday show among adults, ages 18 to 49, according to a report in Broadway World, was recently renewed by ABC for another season.
According to ABC.go.com, the network announced on March 4, that the show is returning for a season 8. The show features the blended Pritchett-Dunphy family which was among the first comedy shows to introduce an openly gay family composed of Cameron Tucker (Eric Stonestreet) and Mitchell Pritchett (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) and their adoptive daughter, Lily Tucker-Pritchett (Aubrey Anderson-Emmons).
The previous episode entitled "The Party" showed viewers another set of hilarious situations that happen when the professed adults in the family go off to enjoy some grown-up time with other adults and leave the kids to a pair of babysitters who have other ideas on how the evening should go. more >>