Candace Cameron Bure has been on full celebration mode for her 40th birthday, and in a live taping of "The View" was consumed with tears as her favorite band, for King & Country, brought her daughter on stage for a surprise concert.
Two-time Grammy Award winners for King & Country debuted their new song, "Priceless," from their forthcoming movie of the same name, live on the popular talk show Wednesday morning. The performance was in honor Bure, but also marked the first time the group performed the song on national television.
Midway through the song as the Australian duo sang about the value of women, Bure's 17-year-old daughter, Natasha, joined the band on stage to sing the second half of "Priceless." more >>
In the upcoming episode of "The Story of God," Morgan Freeman travels to New Orleans to speak to survivors of hurricane Katrina and learn how their Christian faith enabled them to overcome hardship and rebuild their community.
The National Geographic series follows Freeman as he travels to 20 cities in seven different countries in a quest to find answers to the mysteries of faith.
In episode 2 titled "Apocalypse," viewers get a glimpse of the Hollywood actor at Carrollton Avenue Church of Christ in New Orleans with two ministers who are also survivors of the 2005 hurricane that hit the Mississippi Gulf Coast, which led to water levees and flood walls breaking in New Orleans, flooding 80 peecent of the city. more >>
Democratic primary frontrunner Hillary Rodham Clinton recently stated in an interview that a fully developed baby can be aborted, even on their due date.
During a recent appearance on The View, Clinton was asked by Paula Faris if she believed that there should be any legal protections, even "just hours before delivery," offered for a baby in the womb.
Before Trai Byers became a memorable character on the hit FOX show "Empire," he was dreaming about acting at Bible camp.
In an interview with Bleu magazine, the 32-year-old actor recalled the Christian camp being the origin of where his acting dreams were birthed.
"I'm told that as a kid at vacation Bible camp, [the church] asked me what I wanted to be and I said a movie star," Byers recalled. "The first performance I remember seeing and thinking, wow, this is somebody who is actually doing this for living. I'm not watching this in real life." more >>
The American political drama series on Netflix, "House of Cards" has concluded another "great" season, according to a review in IGN, where the reviewer also noted that this was the "best season since the first." As fans await news about Season 5, rumors and reports are already circulating about the next season will bring to incumbent President Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey), his political allies and enemies.
According to a report in Christian Today, Underwood will find his political hardships continue in the show's next season. One real threat for his presidency is New York Governor and a Republican nominee for President Will Conway (Joel Kinnaman). The report cited that the actor is set to reprise his role in season 5 which means that Underwood will be up for a fight. The end of season 4 does not reveal who will win the elections so this will be carried over to the next season.
Another report in Bustle predicted that the result of the elections, which will be a major turning point for the main characters, will likely come out somewhere in the middle of the season. It also mentioned that both the Republican and Democratic nominees for president were seen in a negative light by American voters at the end of season 4, with Underwood's corruption exposed and with Conway's meddling in Underwood's terrorist plans revealed. more >>
Now that it has finished airing its critically acclaimed first season, which told the story of the infamous O.J. Simpson murder trial, "American Crime Story" turns its attention to its second season, which will tell the story of Hurricane Katrina.
Though the second season is yet to officially receive the green light, the people behind "American Crime Story" have already announced their plans for the show's second run, with one season 1 cast member confirming his return to the series and the rest expressing their interest in participating in the new season.
In the January cover story of The Hollywood Reporter, "American Crime Story" executive producer Ryan Murphy confirmed that the new season will revolve around Hurricane Katrina and the catastrophic events that followed. more >>