It's 10 years since Shemar Moore was seen in "The Young and the Restless," and now it has been confirmed that he will be returning to the daytime soap in a two episode arc.
"The powers that be asked me if I'd come back," said Moore to ET Canada. "And I said yes, yes, yes, yes, yes!"
Equally happy of his return to the show is Kristoff St. John, who plays his onscreen brother on the soap. more >>
"Duck Dynasty" star Sadie Robertson made her first appearance as a competitor on "Dancing with the Stars" last night, but not before honoring God.
The 17-year-old model was announced as a season 19 cast member earlier this month and is paired with "DWTS" pro Mark Ballas. Ahead of their debut on the dance floor, Robertson tweeted a passage from the Bible referring to dancing.
"a time to weep and a time to laugh, a time to mourn and a time to dance, Ecclesiastes 3:4 NIV) ITS DANCE TIME," Robertson posted on Sept. 15 ahead of Monday's show. more >>
The new Adult Swim series "Black Jesus" has sparked some debate over the ethnicity of the historical Jesus Christ.
Christian rapper Tedashii was recently interviewed by VladTV.com where he discussed what Jesus' actual skin color was, and if Christ was closer to resembling an African man or a white European.
"The accuracy of Jesus' ethnicity matters to an extent for me, but probably because of my upbringing here [in the U.S.]," said Tedashii. "Growing up, there was this view of oppression that came from a certain people group, and then when you look to the God that you believe in, and the picture painted for you is the same individual, it does grow this kind of conflict within you to [say] alright, this doesn't make sense." more >>
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-South Carolina, said Sunday that it will take an army to beat the "radical Islamic army" of the Islamic State, or ISIS, otherwise the terrorists "will open the gates of hell to spill out on the world." He also suggested ISIS is capable of killing Americans in the United States.
"When the White House tells the world we say what we mean and we do what we say, nobody believes that anymore," Graham said on "Fox News Sunday."
"It's going to take an army to beat an army. And this idea we'll never have any boots on the ground to defeat them in Syria is fantasy. And all this has come home to roost over the last three years of incompetent decisions ..." he asserted. more >>
On Sunday night, TLC debuted a new series, "Angels Among Us," featuring Rosie Cepero, who claims she can speak with guardian angels, but is it actually possible to do so? The public, as well as the Bible has mixed answers when it comes to that particular question.
Cepero spoke with The Christian Post about an ability she claims to have that allows her to speak with unseen beings, which she said began when she was just three-years-old. Her mother and grandmother also claimed to be able to communicate with angels. Cepero was raised as a Catholic, however, she no longer identifies as such.
"My first encounter – I was 3-years-old – I remember people speaking to me, telling me how they would always be by my side, protecting me, teaching me things, and they would be with me for the rest of my life. As a little girl, to me it was normal, and I would always communicate with them. My mom was also very spiritual, and as a Catholic, we were taught to believe in angels," Cepero explained. more >>
With the season 10 premiere of "Criminal Minds" less than a month away, more spoilers have been released for the show's upcoming season. It has been reported that two 1990s former teen stars have joined the cast of the show.
The team's new addition, Kate Callahan, will be played by "Party of Five" alum Jennifer Love Hewitt. According to TVLine, Hewitt's character will be introduced while she's working undercover on a case.
"You don't see her doing something you don't see our team ever doing," said executive producer Erica Messer to TVLine. "[She has to] sit there and pretend to like a criminal." more >>