To celebrate the 50th episode of the popular reality TV show "Bringing Up Bates," the UP network has released a special compilation of the family's 50 greatest moments caught on camera.
In an exclusive video clip titled, "50 Big Bates Moments," released just in time for their 50th episode, fans are taken on a journey through family outings, surprise parties, proposals, pregnancies, childbirth and so much more.
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R&B singer Marques Houston who found stardom as a child with the singing group Immature and then as an actor in the television comedy, "Sister, Sister," is now an evangelizing Jehovah's Witness and is telling the whole world about it.
The 34-year-old has been sharing images of himself on social media showing him spreading his faith with his believing brothers and on his Instagram account, declaring: "No negativity! Keep Jehovah first in all you do and allow 'LOVE' to be the first emotion we lead with jw.org."
The finale episode of "Teen Wolf" season 5 ended the Beast's reign in Beacon Hill and wiped away the terror. This was all because of Allison (Crystal Reed).
After the fifth season, fans are looking forward to the sixth season and what may be the adventures still to come.
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"Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D" Season 3 finale consisted of two episodes. The first one was "Absolution" which was written and directed by Billy Gierhart and the second episode was "Ascension" which was a story written by Jed Whedon and the director of the episode was Kevin Tancharoen. These two final episodes have kept up with the series' momentum thus having it renewed for a fourth season.
The mystery and character development of each cast in the final episode of the series, "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D" have been what fans may be looking for. In this final episode, the fallen angel's identity has been revealed, which was always hinted during the earlier episodes of the past seasons
The final episode of the third season has opened an expectation for fans to look forward to Season 4. more >>
Former Dallas Cowboys football player Deion Sanders is praising God for helping him survive what he says were threats against his life from people who "tried to kill me physically and verbally."
"God was there when many of y'all talked about me, doubted me, lied on me, cheated me, turned your back on me, bet against me, hated on me, stole from me and tried to kill me physically and verbally," the 48-year-old Hall of Fame NFL player wrote on Instagram Sunday. "That's why I praise Him like there's no tomorrow!"
While Sanders did not provide details about when his life was threatened or when he was mistreated, one event he might have been referring to was last January when his Dallas-based Prime Prep Academy charter school was shut down due to a lack of funding. The school's custodian, Reginald Hall, previously said he believed that negative reports were being spun to spite Sanders. more >>
Tim Tebow has proven that he's never too busy for his fans after he took a break from his latest project to spend time with a pint-sized admirer.
Tebow was in Gastonia, North Carolina, shooting a video for his second book, Shaken: Discovering Your True Identity in the Midst of Life's Storms last week when 11-year-old Phillip Williams, the son of Gaston County Commissioner Jason Williams, slipped a note under the door where Tebow was filming to ask for an autograph.
To his family's surprise, the 28-year-old NFL quarterback-turned-television personality and motivational speaker decided to halt what he was doing to meet them. more >>