Former "American Idol" contestant Colton Dixon says "A.D. The Bible Continues" is changing how Hollywood sees Christianity. The singer is expected to appear on the companion series "Beyond A.D." on Sunday as the eighth episode of the series airs on NBC.
Dixon, who rose to fame and stayed true to his Christian values on the 11th season of "American Idol," offered insight on the television industry's attitude toward faith before heaping praise on "A.D. The Bible Continues" creators Roma Downey and Mark Burnett.
I just know, [I got] even just a little taste of how Hollywood works, of what its motivation is, and I'm just so, so proud of Mark and Roma for kind of going against that," said the "Love Has Come for Me" singer. more >>
Fans are eagerly waiting for the return of the hit police-procedural TV drama series "Rookie Blue" on ABC for its sixth season run. Meanwhile, an executive producer revealed some details about the future of the show.
Despite the wishes of ABC's chief Paul Lee for the crime-fighting drama to remain in the small screen, the Gemini Award-winning shownunner Tassie Cameron said that everything is still vague as of the moment.
"That question is still up in the air," Cameron told Huffington Post. "It's great to hear the networks are interested in keeping us around, it's such a vote of confidence and means an awful lot." more >>
Despite the stiff competition it faced on its May 14 premiere airing, the M. Night Shyamalan-helmed season kickstarter of the new thriller-mystery TV drama series "Wayward Pines" enjoyed "the highest percentage gain of any Fox debut ever."
Titled "Where Paradise is Home," the new series, co-exec produced by Shyamalan, Donald De Line ("Pretty Woman") , Ashwin Rahan, and Chad Hodge, introduced a Secret Service Agent Ethan Burke (Matt Dillon) looking for his two fellow agents who gone missing on the mountainous town of Idaho.
A terrible car accident happened and he found himself under the care of a certain Dr. Jenkins (Toby Jones) and the creepy assistant nurse, Pam (Melissa Leo). more >>
Actress Leah Remini has opened up about her time inside the Church of Scientology as well as her decision to leave the organization along with the rest of her family. Remini recently said that it has taken her two years to heal after leaving and that it's something she still struggles with.
"Our decision to leave the organization — it's not just something you get over. It's people and a lifestyle you've known all your life. It formed who I am, good and bad. It formed the way I think, good and bad. And so there's a lot of pain connected to it, there's a lot of healing," Remini said during an appearance on Oprah's "Where Are They Now?" series.
The actress and her sister were raised in the organization, as their mother was a faithful member who spent a great deal of time working within the structure. Remini explained that she saw very little of her mother because the church required so much. And it was that pattern she saw repeating itself in her own relationship with her daughter that led her to decide to leave. more >>
For those who haven't seen the last episode of the first season of the hit superhero TV drama series "The Flash," spoiler warnings.
"Fast Enough" saw some emotionally-charged scenes involving Barry (Grant Gustin) visiting his dying mom in the past.
This came through when he made a deal with Reverse-Flash/Eobard Thawne/Dr. Wells (Tom Cavanagh) that would allow him to break through the time barrier and go back to the exact moment when the Yellow and the Red Streak fought inside Nora Allen's house. more >>
Major spoiler warning for those who weren't able to watch the second season finale of ABC's hit TV drama series "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D."
In the final moments of episode "SOS: Part 2," the true nature of Brett Dalton's Grant Ward has finally been revealed.
His character now controls the evil organization Hydra which now makes him the show's supervillain. The actor shared his response to the shocking finale twist. more >>