Longtime followers of The CW's hit supernatural drama TV series "The Vampire Diaries" have been wishing for Nina Dobrev's comeback as the fan-favorite character, Elena Gilbert. In this week's airing of the show, which is actually its Season 7 finale, viewers might finally get to see the former main protagonist rise from her deep slumber as Damon Salvatore (Ian Somerhalder) fights to save the life of their friend, Bonnie (Kat Graham).
In the promo video released by the network for the upcoming season-ender titled "Gods & Monsters," Damon and Stefan (Paul Wesley) can be seen brewing up their plans to put an end on Bonnie's hunter's curse. The clip sees them getting inside the vault. However, it seems like there are quite some unexpected things waiting for them down there.
"Elena!" Damon can be heard whispering on the phone as he appears to be utterly surprised. Speculations, however, pointed out that the Armory is infamous for bringing out all sorts of things, both horrible and fantastic. It remains to be seen if it's really his senses telling him that what he's seeing is Elena or if the Armory is just playing tricks on his mind. more >>
Building a family together is almost all couple's life desire. But when infertility issues stand in the way, having children may turn into a difficult journey. "Good Morning Idaho" newscaster Spencer Blake and wife Whitney Blake can fully relate to the struggle after trying to conceive for seven years. However, they did not let the situation dampen their spirits.
The photos they shared came in pairs. One depicted a popular pregnancy announcement on the Internet while the other one, which is in the same theme, announced that they are infertile. The couple explained that they used a bit of humor to throw light on to something that may never take place in their life. more >>
Michael Weatherly (Tony DiNozzo) on CBS' long-running "NCIS" says that fans are in for a big shock when the show airs its Season 13 finale, which marks his final episode, next week.
In Tuesday's penultimate "NCIS" Season 13 episode, an explosion destroyed the farmhouse which was believed to be the home of ZIva David (Coté de Pablo), DiNozzo's former love interest (de Pablo exited the series after season 11). According to Weatherly, the "provocative" image of David's burning farmhouse is only one of the many twists of "an extraordinary run-up" to his character's final farewell. DiNozzo's final episode will, as Weatherly told the press, have the feel of an action/espionage film a la "Mission: Impossible."
Film/music producer and best-selling author Bishop T.D. Jakes will host a new syndicated self-titled daily talk show, TEGNA announced. "T.D. JAKES" is set to premiere in more than 50 U.S. markets on Sep. 12.
The one-hour show will feature original social media content and real personal stories with candid conversations. Jakes will be talking to celebrity and non-celebrity guests along with sharing words of wisdom.
"T.D. Jakes" will be filmed in front of a live studio audience in Los Angeles and will air weekdays in the afternoon across the country. The talk show will also employ social media platforms so audience members can engage with the show 24/7 through @tdjakesshow. more >>
Caitlyn Jenner, reality star and former Olympian who announced her transition last year, is having a rough time dealing with the change and might go back to being the man known as Bruce Jenner, according to celebrity biographer Ian Halperin.
The No. 1 New York Times bestselling author also revealed that Jenner's ex-wife, Kris Jenner, forced him into religious conversion therapy, and attempted to get him to attend church in an effort to save their marriage after she found out he wanted to transition into being a woman.
"It hasn't been easy for Caitlyn, it's been very hard," Halperin said a source told him during an interview with The Wrap, about his new book, Kardashian Dynasty: The Controversial Rise of America's Royal Family. more >>
Before he became a movie mogul, Tyler Perry was homeless. Reflecting back on his life's struggles during a commencement speech at Tuskegee University last weekend, the producer described how serving others in need changed his life.
"I had just moved to Atlanta to try to launch this play, so I went to work. I managed to save $12,000 and I put the show up ... I thought 1,200 people would show up that weekend but only 30 showed up. My car payment, rent, everything was tied up in it so I ended up homeless with no money and nothing to my name," Perry said, according to AJC.com.
Perry, who received an honorary doctorate degree from the historic Alabama university, shared his story of perseverance with the graduates and their families to provide a glimpse into what his life was like back in 1991 when he became homeless as he worked to make his dream of launching a play come true. more >>