Former "19 Kids and Counting" star Jessa Seewald, (formerly Duggar), questioned her brother Josh's Christian faith yesterday by sharing a blog penned by her father-in-law, Michael Seewald, in which he suggests her brother's recent actions point to him not being a believer in Christ.
Jessa tweeted out a link to the blog titled "Grief, Shame And Taking the Lord's Name in Vain" where Seewald addresses the recent Ashley Madison hack and leak which prompted Josh Duggar to confess that he had used the adultery website to cheat on his wife, Anna.
"What is troubling is that many who take the name of Christ are among its members," wrote Seewald, regarding Christians who were found to be members of Ashley Madison. more >>
"Supergirl" is set to conquer the skies in less than two months, and now new spoilers have surfaced about one of the characters in the new superhero series.
It was earlier revealed that Red Tornado will appear in one of the episodes of Supergirl. The character is going to be played by "Salem" star Iddo Goldberg, who will also play the role of T.O. Morrow in the series, according to CarterMatt.
In the comics, Red Tornado and T.O. Morrow are separate characters, but they will be one and the same in Supergirl. Red Tornado, who is described as the "most advanced android" in the world, will later gain more power and will threaten the security of the National City and Supergirl's loved ones, the report relays. more >>
Season 2 of "The Flash" is around a month or so away but many are already excited about what this season will bring. With so many questions left behind in the finale of season 1, fans are looking forward to get answers soon. However, aside from settling old scores, there's also the appearance of a new character.
According to Variety, Tony Todd has been cast as the voice of the villain Zoom. Apparently, Zoom will be one of the main foes of Barry Allen a.k.a. Flash, played by Grant Justin. Much like Harrison Wells (Tom Cavanagh), he can also manipulate time using the force of speed. He will be the second Reverse-Flash that Allen will have to deal with.
One of the things that will be different with Todd's character Zoom is the way the show chose to approach his costume. Executive producer Andrew Kreisberg revealed that Zoom's costume is inspired by Venom in Marvel's Spider-Man. "The Zoom outfit is much more organic than the Reverse-Flash suit. In a way, it's hard to tell if it is a suit or alive… There's no skin showing, for all you know there's a robot underneath, or dark energy." more >>
The return of "Grey's Anatomy" for season 12 will definitely have a big burden to carry when it comes back, especially with the shocking death of Derek Shepherd, fans will more likely expect more from the show. However, the show is ready to take on the challenge of life after Derek.
According to Variety, this season will have a much lighter tone. Despite the rocky relationship of April (Sarah Drew) and Jackson (Jesse Williams), there will be more love and dating going around, involving Jackson's mother, Dr. Catherine Avery (Debbie Allen). Her new married life with Dr. Richard Webber (James Pickens Jr.) will be hot and heavy.
Aside from them, the show will try to pull inspiration from the time when a lot of the doctors had started to date each other and had secret meet-ups in the on-call room. Other couples featured would be Alex (Justin Chambers) and Jo (Camilla Luddington) who are living together in a new place. Rhimes previously mentioned that the show will explore more of who Jo really is. There is also Owen (Kevin McKidd) and Amelia (Caterina Scorsone) who would seemingly try to establish the kind of relationship they have. Lastly would be Callie (Sara Ramirez) and Arizona (Jessica Capshaw) who will be diving into the dating scene after they have called it quits. more >>
CBS has decided not to renew its summer thriller "Under the Dome" for a fourth season and instead end the series next week after season 3.
Under the Dome, a series based on a Stephen King story, will air its finale on Sept. 10 and end with its third season. The series was originally planned to conclude two years ago, according to Entertainment Weekly (EW).
The Chester's Mill residents, who suddenly found themselves trapped under a dome-shaped force field, will finally see the end of their miserable situation on Sept. 10. The lives of the trapped residents were followed closely in the series, the Inquisitr reports. more >>
When Freddie Combs was 920 pounds he was hospitalized and close to dying. But God have him a second chance. This near-death experience made Freddie aware that his life is in danger, and he began to exercise and eat healthy. Then he went on stage and blew everyone away with a talent no one expected him to have!
Freddie suffers from obesity which has been a burden for him all of his life. Now in his 40s, Freddie was able to lose 400 pounds in just a couple of months and wanted to inspire others by chasing his dream of becoming a singer by auditioning for the "X-Factor."
After sweeping everyone off their feet, two judges make a deal with Freddie. If he is able to stand at some point soon and sing, they will back him 100 percent. more >>