The quest to protect Starling City continues in the third season of the hit crime fighting TV drama series "Arrow" but recent spoiler reports indicated that this week's episode might take a break from exhilarating and suspenseful fight scenes.
A promo artwork for the upcoming segment titled "Suicidal Tendencies" came out online this week. The image, which was tweeted by executive producer Marc Guggenheim, shows John Diggle (David Ramsey) and Lyla Michaels (guest star Audrey Marie Anderson) in what seems like a wedding invitation for all the avid viewers of the series.
Speaking with Entertainment Tonight, Ramsey revealed some details about the wedding. As expected, the billionaire/vigilante Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) will be his best man. Felicity Smoak (Emily Bett Rickards) on the other hand, will be the one to catch the bouquet. more >>
The eighth season of BET's hit gospel competition, "Sunday Best" is unlike any other, giving previous all-star contestants another chance to win the competition.
Instead of going through an audition process, fans will vote for the all-stars that they would like to see return for another chance of winning "Sunday Best." The voting process will begin online Wed, April 1 at 3 p.m. ET on BET's website.
Fans will also have the opportunity to reacquaint themselves with all-stars by logging on so that they can check out performance highlights before voting. The top ten finalists will be announced on-air when during the "Sunday Best All Stars" premiere, Sunday, July 19 at 8 PM ET/PT on BET. more >>
It seems very hard to steal the spotlight from Beyonce when she performs live. But, this mother-daughter duo of Tianne and Heaven King come very close. You won't believe how great they perform together!
Tianne King is a professional dancer and choreographer from NYC. She never realized her daughter could move like this until she saw her do moves she observed at Tianne's studio. She decided to make a video of her and 2-year-old Heaven dancing to another Beyonce tune. It quickly went viral and landed them a spot on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show." They are now back at it again. Heaven is now 4 years old and showing off how much her moves have improved since then.
Check out this awesome due performed live below: more >>
Pat Robertson, the executive chairman of the Christian Broadcasting Network stands by controversial comments he made recently about liberals supporting Sharia law, despite sparking a firestorm of criticism.
During Wednesday's edition of CBN's "The 700 Club," the conservative evangelist accused liberals of advocating for Islamic law, which is based on the teachings of the Quran and encompasses strict religious law and personal moral code.
"You know folks, what's happening is the so called left, the liberals want to rebel against the established order and the established order of western civilization is basically Christian," said Robertson. "It is based on the gospel, it is based on the good news of the gospel of Jesus Christ and so if somebody wants to rebel against that then anything else goes." more >>
The UP Original Series "Bringing Up Bates" is wrapping up the first season tonight with the Bates kids planning a special birthday celebration for their father Gil, according to a brand new clip from the finale.
A larger-than-life family, the Bates's include Gil and Kelly Jo as well as their 19 children, one grandchild, and more on the way. "Bringing Up Bates," which has been compared to TLC's "19 Kids & Counting," became an immediate sensation upon its debut on UP TV in Jan., and fans of show are awaiting the season finale airing tonight.
In a sneak peek at the episode, the Bates children are organizing a party in honor of Gil's 50th birthday. While the kitchen is stocked full with plates, cups, drinks, chips and other snacks, the kids scramble to decorate the house and rehearse skits intended for Gil and other guests at the party. more >>
NEW YORK — Bill O'Reilly, host of the Fox News program "The O'Reilly Factor," spoke briefly at the premiere of the new National Geographic mini-series "Killing Jesus," which is based on his best-selling book, and talked about his controversial decision to cast a Muslim actor for role of Jesus in the film.
During his speech, which took place before the series was shown to the audience in its entirety, O'Reilly explained his decision to cast young Muslim actor Haaz Sleiman for the role of Jesus.
He admitted to being concerned about some of the backlash that might come, but said Sleiman "was the best person for the job" and that because of this "Jesus would hire him." more >>