The highly-anticipated "Breaking Bad" spin-off from AMC, "Better Call Saul" has been announced to have a special two-night premiere on its debut date. On February 8, 2015, at 10 p.m., the show will unveil its first episode to be followed with another segment next day, of the same time. From then on, "Better Call Saul," will air regularly every Monday at 10 p.m.
Created and produced by the genius behind "Breaking Bad," Vince Gilligan, the hour-long show will tackle the life of James McGill (Bob Odendirk) before he met the blue meth king Walter "Heisenberg" White (Bryan Cranston). He would later be known as Saul Goodman.
He was briefly described in a press release as a "small-time lawyer searching for his destiny and hustling to make ends meet." more >>
It's not too hard to imagine that Hallmark's TV movie "Signed, Sealed, Delivered for Christmas" — produced and written by Martha Williamson, the creative visionary behind the ground-breaking TV show "Touched by an Angel" — premiering on Sunday will become a Christmas classic, early reviews say as much.
Crown Media Family Networks recently announced that the Hallmark Channel original weekly scripted series, "Signed, Sealed, Delivered," also produced and written by Williamson, will move to sister network Hallmark Movies & Mysteries as a movie franchise consisting of a series of two-hour original films. Debuting on Nov. 23 at 9 p.m. ET/PT, 8C, "Signed, Sealed, Delivered for Christmas" will be the first movie in the franchise, with three more slated for 2015.
"Signed, Sealed, Delivered," the weekly series, is described as a comedic drama that follows the lives of a group of postal workers who transform themselves into an untraditional team of detectives to track down intended recipients of undeliverable mail. Their missions take them out of the office into an unpredictable world where redirected letters and packages can save lives, solve crimes, reunite old loves and change futures by arriving late but somehow on time. more >>
Next year will mark the return of The Barden Bellas as they sing their way to acapella history in "Pitch Perfect 2," the sequel to 2012's surprise hit movie. The official trailer of the film has just been released yesterday and it has already garnered more than 6 million views on YouTube.
Anna Kendrick and Rebel Wilson once again star in the film, reprising their roles as Beca and Fat Amy. While the first film followed how Beca, Fat Amy, and other new members of The Barden Bellas broke from tradition to win the finals of the national acapella singing competition, the sequel focuses on the girls as they go beyond the nationals and aim for "world domination" at a global competition.
In the trailer, it is revealed that the Barden Bellas are in for a real challenge as director Elizabeth Banks, who also plays commentator Gail Abernathy, tells the girls that "Every four years, the best around the globe compete for world domination … And no American team has ever won!" more >>
Episode 7 of "Arrow" sees Oliver as he struggles to accept that Felicity has moved on, while a woman who is obsessed with the Arrow stalks him relentlessly.
In the episode titled "Draw Back Your Bow," Oliver retrieves the arrow that killed Stanzler and his two guards, and the arrow head is shaped like a heart.
Meanwhile, Felicity visits Ray Palmer's office, where she finds him in the middle of his workout. Ray invites her to a business dinner with him. At first she says no, but when Ray promises her a new dress to wear to the occasion, she accepts. more >>
Deitrick Haddon believes preachers such as Bishop T.D. Jakes, Pastor Creflo Dollar and Bishop Paul S. Morton should open up their doors to the world of reality television.
Haddon, the 41-year-old gospel singer and minister who stars in and executive produces the hit Oxygen docu-series "Preachers of LA" recently finished the second season of the show. While it has received its fair share of critics, Haddon believes there should be more spinoffs where the public could get more personal access to the lives of mega-church pastors.
"The reason why 'Preachers of LA' is successful is because people want to see and people want to know about preachers. Open up your doors, Bishop Jakes, open up your doors, Creflo Dollar, open up your doors, Bishop Morton," Haddon said on HipHollywood.com. "Y'all real people, you want people to hear you preaching and talking every Sunday. They have the right to know the real you … bottom line." more >>
NBC's "The Voice" is currently in its final phase, with the show moving on to the Live Shows. Monday's episode aired the first segment of the five-part Live Shows and eliminated two artists. Fans are eager to know who will win the competition while the eliminated artists have given their thoughts on who might win.
In the previous episode, Jessie Pitts from Coach Blake Shelton's team and Sugar Joans from Coach Pharrell Williams' team were eliminated from the competition through public votes. Afterwards, they revealed who they think was most likely to end up as the winner.
Jessie Pitts said that all remaining contestants were well-qualified but favored Taylor John Williams from Team Gwen. She says that Taylor, along with Damien from Team Adam and Craig Wayne Boyd from team Blake had the potential to go very far in the game. more >>