"Homeland" is an American political thriller television series which airs on the channel Showtime. The series is developed by Howard Gordon and Alex Gansa and is based on an Israeli television series called "Hatufim," created by Gideon Raff. Showtime renewed the series for a fourth season on Oct. 22, 2013 and will premiere on Oct. 5 later this year.
Season 4 will be seeing Carrie Mathison, portrayed by Claire Danes, on a new mission working together with Saul Berenson. She has been transferred to a new outpost in the middle east, such as in Kabul and Islamabad.
The first five episodes of the fourth season already have been given titles. Episode one is "The Drone Queen," episode two is "Trylon and Perisphere," episode three is "Shalwar Kameez," episode four is "Iron in the Fire," and episode five is "About a Boy." more >>
"The Biggest Loser" is an American television show where obese people compete at a chance to win a cash prize by losing the greatest percentage of body weight relative to their initial starting weight. The series airs on the NBC channel and is already on its sixteenth season, which premiered Sept. 11 earlier this month. The subtitle for this season is "Glory Days."
The show is already on its third week, with an episode airing on Sept. 25. For the third week, competitors will face a new challenge to gain weigh-in advantages. This time, teams will be answering a nutrition quiz and whenever they get an answer wrong, their trainers will pay the price by eating junk food.
Season 16's contestants are all composed of former athletes and as the week started, the trainers -- Dolvett Quince, Jessie Pavelka and Jennifer Widerstrom -- have transformed one section of the gym into a "Wall of Glory," with photos of the athletes when they were still fit. This brings back a flood of memories for the contentants and the trainers encourages the players to use this as a motivation to get fit again, making a their "glory days" not only a part of their past but also their future. more >>
Fans of Netflix's massively popular jail bird drama "Orange is the New Black" are all eager to hear updates and news before the show returns for its third season. Here's what we found out so far.
According to a report by VC Post, they cited show creator and executive producer Jenji Kohan, who revealed that the cast list of the female in-mates drama is bound to increase as the 3rd season arrives and progresses.
They pointed out the departure of Pablo Schreiber (Pornstache Mendez) to give way to a project in HBO. However, his character loss will eventually be replaced. more >>
Singer Jennifer Hudson recently displayed her faith in a bold way, by wearing a t-shirt with the phrase "Jesus Rocks My Soul" during a trip to New York City.
Hudson, 33, was seen wearing the shirt while exiting NBC studios in NYC after filming a segment for "Access Hollywood Live." The singer-actress just released her newest album, "JHud." The new name is meant to reflect her changing sound and image, but even with the change, Hudson remains firmly rooted in her Christian faith.
In July 2014, she spoke about her faith bringing her through the hardest time in her life, the murders of her mother, brother, and seven-year-old nephew. The three were shot in 2008 while she was on tour, causing a great deal of pain for the performer, and leading to three life sentences for the shooter. more >>
Christian pro surfer Bethany Hamilton and husband Adam Dirks will appear as contestants in the premier of "The Amazing Race" Friday night, where the couple was pushed to their physical limit during an obstacle-based journey around the world.
Hamilton, who lost her arm in a shark attack while surfing at age 13, talked to Inside Edition about her experience and what it was like to partner with her husband as he helped her navigate the challenges with one arm.
"Physically, I've grown a lot more confident in my abilities and daily life and just living ... you learn to be adaptive and especially with travel, you have to adapt to different cultures and whatever it is you're doing. Once we entered the race, it was about quickly adapting to whatever came our way," said Hamilton. more >>
"Castle," the crime drama television series airing on the ABC channel, will be airing its seventh season on Sept. 29. The story revolves around a best-selling mystery novelist Richard Castle and an NYPD homicide detective Kate Beckett.
The upcoming season will be picking up from where season six left, when Castle was involved in what seemed to be a fatal car crash - complete with the car bursting into flames. The event occurred unfortunately before Beckett and Castle's wedding day. The season six finale left fans somewhat hanging, looking for answers on whether Castle really died or not. It was revealed recently that Castle seemingly survives the car crash, since his body was not found in the wreckage.
Season 7 promises asnwers to questions that were left on everyone's minds at the end of the seventh season. The season's first episode entitled "Driven" already has a sneak peek video on YouTube. The video, however, is only a video recording of a television screen on which the episode is previewed. more >>