"Narcos" season 2 will reportedly be aired in August 2016 and there are talks that the story will feature the end of drug lord Pablo Escobar.
In the finale of "Narcos" season 1, "king of cocaine" Pablo Escobar managed to escape into the woods and DEA agent Steve Murphy vowed to catch him dead. The second installment of the American drama series will be based on real-life events and will feature a concerted effort from various government agencies to bring down the drug lord, according to a Kpop Starz report cited by K Drama Stars.
After Escobar escaped from the claws of the DEA, the U.S. Navy Seal, Delta Force, and ISA will form a search group called Search Block in a bid to put a stop to his criminal activities. Search block will be able to milk information from Escobar's arch-rival Cali Cartel that will lead to his capture. He may even get killed toward the end of the series, Youth Health Mag reports. more >>
"Game of Thrones" fans were devastated when Jon Snow was killed off in the previous season, but now there are reports that their favorite character will return from the dead in season 6.
Rumor has it that actor Kit Harrington, who plays Jon Snow in "Game of Thrones," has been shooting battle scenes and heading an army in a fight. Talks about him being seen near the set of the show have made their rounds in the Internet, according to The Telegraph.
Toward the end of season 5, Snow appeared to be dead after the Night's Watch stabbed him for being a traitor during the Battle of Hardhome. Speculations immediately surfaced about his future comeback, and the chatters intensified when he was spotted on the show's set in Northern Ireland wearing his costume, The Independent reports. more >>
Members of a New York church were surprised to find a newborn baby placed in the congregation's nativity scene.
The baby was found in the manger scene display at the appropriately named Holy Child Jesus Church in Richmond Hill in Queens. A full-term newborn, according to the New York Daily News, was found with the umbilical cord still attached.
You may remember her as "Tootie" from the hit '80s sitcom "The Facts of Life" or "Regine" from the '90s show about single life in the fast lane, "Living Single." But since then, aside from behind the scenes work as a television show director and some occasional bit parts and being in the "Vagina Monologues," Kim Fields has largely remained out of the spotlight. Until now.
The actress has joined the season 8 cast of Bravo's "The Real Housewives of Atlanta." In an episode that airs Sunday, Fields gets personal with the sobering admission "I've lost myself." Audiences might admit that, without the actress resurfacing to appear on the show, they had pretty much lost her too.
Fields' confession just might explain why an actress of her background and pedigree, known for her clean, no-drama image, would involve herself with a franchise celebrated for its gossiping, cat fighting, and back-stabbing personalities. Fields seems to be the antithesis of what "Housewives" is all about. more >>
This week on "General Hospital" will be focusing on Morgan Corinthos' (Bryan Craig) worsening bipolar disorder, which might ultimately put Kiki Jerome's (Hayley Erin) life in danger.
According to spoilers by Celebrity Dirty Laundry, viewers will see Kiki initially agreeing to run away with Morgan to a cabin in the woods after she finds out about Franco's (Roger Howarth) hit-and-run arrest. However, it will turn out to be the least of Kiki's worries, as she gets trapped with Morgan whose mental disorder will continue to spiral down.
Morgan's delusions began last Friday, and apparently, it will only worsen as he develops an obsession over his ex-girlfriend, Kiki. Monday will showcase how Kiki will finally realize that the cabin is no longer a getaway spot but a prison. With poor network coverage in the area, she will be able to contact Morgan's brother, Michael Quartermaine (Chad Duell), but it will quickly be cut off. Morgan will find out about this and will be outraged that of all people, Kiki decides to call Michael. more >>
With his father-in-law by his side, Amanda Blackburn's grieving widower, Davey, reacted just like Jesus on the cross to his wife's alleged killers Wednesday when he declared "Father forgive them for they don't know what they are doing."
A copy of the affidavit of probable cause against Amanda's suspected killer, Larry Jo Taylor Jr., 18, and his accomplice, Jalen Watson, 21, released Monday by the Marion County Prosecutor's Office, painted an agonizing picture of what Pastor Blackburn's wife suffered on the morning of Nov. 10 while he was away at the gym.
The autopsy conducted on Amanda on Nov. 12 revealed: "(She) sustained a gunshot wound to the back of her head. She also had a gunshot wound to the lower left arm which traveled up to her biceps. She also had a through and through gunshot wound which entered and exited her upper back." more >>