Phaedra Parks is said to be leaning on her faith as reports confirm she is preparing to divorce her husband Apollo Nida.
Last week the "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star shared a scripture on social networking site Instagram that touched on finding "strength" in God. On Friday her rep confirmed that the Atlanta based attorney intends to end her four-year marriage to Nida, who is currently behind bars after pleading guilty to bank fraud.
"Have a super Sunday! #theword #bible #bibleverse #Godisincontrol," Parks captioned on Instagram alongside a scripture that read: "God is our refuge and strength. An ever present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, though the earth give way and the mountains fall into the heart of the sea Psalm 46: 1,2." more >>
Fans of the popular Japanese anime series, "Attack on Titan" -- "Shingeki no Kyojin" in Japanese -- have been watchful of the Internet news about Season 2 of their favorite anime series. However, it is still unclear when the second season will premiere.
The season is not slated to begin production until enough material from the manga series is enough to make a second season. There are reports that production will begin when Volume 15 of the manga has been released, which is sometime in December later this year. However, there are some rumors that production has already begun.
The "Attack on Titan" anime series is based off of a manga series of the same name created by Hajime Isayama. As with most manga based anime series, the content of the anime is highly dependent on the progress of the manga. more >>
Dr. Bobby Jones has the longest continuous running original series on cable television, which he said does not come without challenges.
Jones, 75, recently returned to BET for the 34th year of his show, "Bobby Jones Gospel." Since the show airs at 9 a.m. ET on Sunday mornings, many people who would tune in are attending their respective church services.
For this reason, Jones hopes that his program can garner a prime time slot, which has not proved to be an easy feat. more >>
Jana Duggar is one of the lesser-known Duggar daughters, which has prompted speculation that she does not enjoy the limelight and is breaking away from Duggar family tradition.
The 24-year old has a twin brother, John-David, and neither one is dating, which is unusual for members of the family. Younger sisters Jill, 23, and Jessa, 21, are either engaged or married and expecting a first child. But it seems that Jana is much more interested in being single and not tied down just yet; some have theorized that Jana is rebelling against the family traditions.
"There's a lot of talk about her spreading her wings and flying solo, leaving her parents and the 18 kids behind. [However], the most likely explanation of Jana's single status is that she and Jim Bob just haven't found 'the one' yet," Hollywood Gossip wrote. more >>
Friends and family of Stephen Collins reportedly fear that he could take his own life in the wake of a child molestation investigation.
Earlier this week an audio tape surfaced online in which Collins, 67, can reportedly be heard confessing to inappropriately touching and/or exposing himself to several underage girls.
The "7th Heaven" star's estranged wife Faye Grant, who is embroiled in a bitter divorce with him, secretly taped his child molestation confession during a therapy session and he is subsequently being investigated by authorities. more >>
"Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" or abbreviated to Law & Order: SVU, is an American police procedural crime drama television series set in New York City. The series is a spin-off of the successful crime drama television series "Law & Order."
With the original "Law & Order" cancelled in 2010, "Law & Order: SVU" is currently the longest running scripted non-animated U.S. primetime television series. The series aired its 16th season on Sept. 24 earlier this year and is already on its fourth episode, which aired yesterday Oct. 8.
Soon, the series will cross over with Jesse Specner's "Chicago Fire" and with Sophia Bush's "Chicago P.D." Yesterday's episode meanwhile ripped stories straight from the lives of Lindsay Lohan and Amanda Bynes. The title of the episode is "Producer's Backend." more >>