The television series "iZombie" has returned for its second season on The CW, with a premiere on October 6. The series brings back protagonist Olivia "Liv" Moore, a former medical resident turned zombie, as she struggles to live her life as a zombie working in the city morgue while helping out the Seattle police solve murder cases. She is pretending to be a psychic consultant but is in fact able to see flashbacks of the crime once she eats the brain of the murder victim.
As the season has already premiered, showrunner Rob Thomas recently shared what fans can expect from the show this season. This season will be all about Liv's relationships with the people around her, from her ex-fiance, her family and even her enemies. According to a report in TVLine, Liv's ex-fiance, Major, will be dealing with a "moral crisis" this season, as he has been blackmailed by villain Max Rager to get rid of all zombies in Seattle. If Major does not agree to do it, Rager will go after Liv. Major has also apparently acquired a new ability which is being able to sense when a person is a zombie. Thomas however said that Major will eventually find a way to get out of this predicament somewhere along the season.
This season will also have Liv dealing with an unknown enemy in her midst in the person of Gilda who is posing as Liv's new roommate. Gilda has been tasked by Rager to spy on Liv. According to Thomas, Liv will be oblivious of this at first but as the season progresses, she will eventually find out about Gilda's treachery. more >>
"Duck Dynasty" star Missy Robertson says her daughter's devastating medical diagnosis left her questioning her faith.
In 2003, during a 4-D ultrasound, the Christian reality TV star and married mother of three learned that her now 12-year-old daughter, Mia, had a cleft lip and possible cleft palate at 31 weeks gestation. Instead of leaning on faith, Missy initially began to question God.
"Scream Queens" seemed to aim for a lot of things in the latest episode. Among all the impressions, costumes, and obvious parodies in the latest episode, two revelations somehow managed to surface.
According to True Crime io9, the latest episode entitled "Haunted House" may be quite fitting due to the nature of the two houses focused on during the episode. First would be the Kappa house, which is haunted by the Red Devil costume-wearing serial killer; and second is a creepy abandoned house off-campus that may or may not be haunted, but is definitely inhabited by a diaper-stealing and doll-hoarding woman in black. The episode also took the chance to make the mysterious women make revelation number 1, which turned out to be Gigi, who may or may not have been involved in the Bathtub Baby incident. But if her age is any indication, it is almost certain that she may have been a Kappa girl during that time. She also kept mentioning an incident that had her stuck in the 1990s.
Moreover, the other revelation was made by another Kappa alumni, Mandy. Grace and Pete, who drove all the way to knock on her door, did not have their efforts in vain. Mandy had been around to assist during that fateful night the baby was born in the party. So she would be one of the most credible people in the revelation of the baby's gender — a girl. It was also through Mandy that viewers got to see Dean Cathy Munsch's involvement during that night as she was the one who ordered the burying of the baby's dead mother. more >>
The cast of "The Real Housewives of Orange County" (RHOC) have always tried to keep it real with one another, too real that sometimes it causes too much friction among them. Because of these fights, it has been particulary hard for these women to control and filter what they have to say about each other. The latest statement that has definitely caught the attention of the public was made by Heather Dubrow.
Dubrow recently had an interview with Page Six and gave a statement that may have made her co-stars raise their eyebrows. Dubrow revealed, "I'm the only woman left in Orange County who has natural breasts. I haven't had any plastic surgery." This is quite a controversial statement since her husband, after all, is one of the country's famed plastic surgeons, Terry Dubrow.
Dubrow's declaration go hand-in-hand with her co-stars' admittance of getting work done. Tamara Judge was unashamed to share of getting breast implants, while Vicki Gunvalson debuted her new face only 2 weeks fresh off the table. According to Radar Online, Gunvalson said that perhaps she shouldn't have gone on camera too soon and shared what people had thought of her new look, "Most people say it looks good. Some people say, "you shouldn't have done anything, you were beautiful before." more >>
Season 8 of "Castle" was expected to to be the time for "CasKett," the nickname given by fans to Rick Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Kate Beckett (Stana Kathic). However, things will not go as expected for the married couple as the lastest episode showed that the two may be headed for a breakup.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the breather that Kate had decided to impose on her relationship with Rick isn't supposed to be something that fans should worry about. Kate did this so that she can focus on her past demons that had caught up with her. Although this would be hard on Rick, he will eventually understand that he should give Kate the space she needs if he wants their relationship to remain on a steady ground.
Alexi Hawley, one of the showrunners of the show, took the chance to clear up Kate's decision, as he said, "She really just asked him [Castle] for time." Co-showrunner Terence Winter shares, "At the end of the day she's doing it out of love. She's doing it to protect Castle, not to see if she is interested in other people or thinking maybe they went too fast or he isn't what she wants anymore. Castle's definitely what she wants and she's willing to fight for it." Kate has definitely been feeling a lot of stress at the moment due to the ongoing secret investigation that she's doing involving the assisins who tried to take her life. This has been incredibly hard to keep from her husband. more >>
Oprah Winfrey might never have become one of the world's most powerful women and renowned media empress inspiring countless lives if she hadn't grow up in the church.
Winfrey, the 61-year-old OWN network CEO, is gearing up for the launch of her new "Belief" series set to air later this month that's said to "explore humankind's ongoing search to connect with something greater than ourselves," and has been sharing her own spiritual experiences with her fans.
"Church was our entertainment and church was our comfort, and church was our sanctuary. And being with church people was how we served our community," Winfrey says about her fond memories of Buffalo United Methodist Church in Kosciusko, Mississippi. more >>