Jim Parsons, who plays Sheldon Cooper in the popular television series "The Big Bang Theory," portrays the Creator of the universe in the new tongue-in-cheek Broadway play titled "An Act of God," written by the author who runs "TheTweetOfGod" account that has nearly 2 million followers on Twitter.
The satirical and irreverent play is described on the official website as "a 90-minute comedy where the Almighty and His devoted angels answer some of the deepest questions that have plagued mankind since Creation. He's finally arrived to set the record straight … and He's not holding back!"
"An Act of God" officially opened May 28, and also features Christopher Fitzgerald and Tim Kazurinsky as the archangels Michael and Gabriel, in addition to 42-year-old and openly gay Parsons in the titular role. more >>
Presidential candidate Rick Santorum said he was "sickened" by the scandal involving Josh Duggar, star of "19 Kids and Counting," and a friend of the candidate.
"I'm sickened by it. I'm just sickened by it," Santorum said during an appearance on "Good Morning America." "I pray for those girls, in particular. To have gone through that is … just hard to think about."
Santorum and the Duggar family have been close in recent years. The reality stars came out and publicly supported Santorum during his 2012 presidential campaign. They came together to release a video for Santorum, listing 19 reasons their fans should vote for Santorum, focusing on his family values and plans to build up small businesses. more >>
Starz's hit TV drama series "Outlander" is now on its final run and according to spoiler reports, the finale episode titled "To Ransom a Man's Soul" will certainly see Jamie (Sam Heughan) getting rescued from the clutches of Black Jack (Tobias Menzies) but fans need to be wary of some other issues.
"Fear not, Murtagh's [Duncan Lacroix] plan to rescue Jamie is successful! But it isn't Jamie's survival that you should be worried about," wrote Entertainment Weekly. "For what this issue will be about, the site went on to say that "it's the emotional effects from the trauma he endured while with Black Jack."
The question now is: "Can he ever move on and once again be the husband that Claire deserves?" more >>
Things are definitely getting intense and exciting as the current fifth season of the hit fantasy TV drama series "Game of Thrones" continues with a brand new episode for this week titled "Hardhome."
Earlier this week, HBO released a sneak peek for the upcoming segment where it featured some important details as to what fans should expect.
In one of the scenes are Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) and Ser Jorah Mormont (Iain Glen) standing in front of Daenarys (Emilia Clarke) in her courtroom. more >>
Showtime's hit horror-thriller TV drama series "Penny Dreadful" gets even more interesting as it treads forward on its second season with yet another intriguing episode titled "Above the Vaulted Sky" this week.
Spoiler alert for those who missed "Evil Spirits in Heavenly Places": Evelyn Poole's (Helen McCrory) evil minions attacked Sir Malcolm's (Timothy Dalton) mansion with one intention in mind – to get a piece of Vanessa (Eva Green).
TV Guide posted the network's official synopsis for the upcoming episode and it indicates that the witch, Madame Kali, has gotten her hands with Vanessa's hair strands which mean that the voodoo doll she created on Miss Ives' likeness is finally complete. more >>
Latest casting news for the upcoming second season of Fox's hit crime-fighting TV drama series "Gotham" indicates that actor Nicholas D'Agosto will be returning to reprise his character Harvey Dent as a series regular.
A report from TV Line cited the "Masters of Sex" and "Heroes" alum's recent Twitter post announcing his new status in the DC TV show.
"Thank you to all of you @Gotham and #HarveyDent fans for your enthusiasm. I can't wait to join more of the fun as a regular in Season 2!" he wrote. more >>