This week on "Modern Family," a peeping Tom in the neighborhood uses a drone to spy on Gloria sunbathing, and Phil, Luke, and Manny do all they can to take it down. Lily is preparing to perform at a school talent show, but Cam is more worried about it than she is, because Lily is tone deaf. Meanwhile, Haley's feelings for Andy become clearer as he gets rushed to the hospital with appendicitis, and Jay pulls out an old slogan for a TV commercial for his business.
Jay is irritated that his business rival has come up with a catchy commercial, and he and Claire decide to make one of their own too. Jay insists on using an old slogan that he came up with years ago, "Closets? You'll love it!" Claire thinks that the slogan is no good and doesn't even make any sense, but Jay stubbornly goes ahead with it. At the ad shoot, the team agrees that Jay is not the ideal spokesperson because he sounds grumpy. Claire confronts Jay and he starts to question himself. He feels bad because he's thinking that he's turning into his own grumpy father that no one in the family liked.
Lily is preparing for her school's talent show, and Cam, the musical one in the family, feels that her performance will go on without a hitch. The trouble is, Lily is tone deaf and is unable to carry a tune. This worries Cam, and later Mitch finds out that he's worried about it because Cam's old rival has a daughter who'll also be in the talent show. more >>
Barely a year has passed since Samsung released its flagship phablet, the Galaxy Note 4 in September 2014, that rumors began circulating that Samsung is working on its next flagship large screen phone, the Galaxy Note 5. According to early reports, the Note 5 will be released in the third quarter of 2015.
A report in PC Advisor said that September was a likely month for the release, since the Note 4 was released in same month last year. It's considered good timing as the release will be done before any announcement from its main competitor, Apple, as well as its early enough for the Christmas shopping season.
Some websites who are on the lookout for any rumor about specifications and design are already predicting that the Note 5 will run on an octacore Snapdragon 810 processor, but there are also some who are saying that given Samsung's preference for its own chipset, it may instead use its Exynos 7420 which has four Cortex-A57 cores and four Cortex-A53. There is also the history of Snapdragon chipsets overheating in earlier tests conducted by Samsung. more >>
This week on the hit sit-com TV series "Big Bang Theory" Season 8, fans will see Sheldon and Amy taking their relationship to the next level by getting a pet while plans of an extra-terrestrial colonization hangs in the air.
Fans saw in the last episode how the two geniuses were able to discover within themselves that they really are for each other. Proving the authenticity of an experimental love test, Sheldon (Jim Parsons) and Amy (Mayim Bialik) are now starting to open up towards each other starting with the former revealing his date of birth.
A synopsis posted on the Futon Critic meanwhile revealed that Sheldon and Amy will head to a pet store to find a creature they both will be taking care of. However, something came up in the middle of the trip. Sheldon informed Amy about his plans to join the Mars colonization program. more >>
The drama and suspense are getting more intense as the fourth season of the hit political thriller TV series "Scandal" continues this week with episode titled "The Lawn Chair."
Spoiler reports indicate that after the exhilarating kidnapping, auction, and deadly rescue mission situation, Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington) is now back on her feet, doing what she does best – handling crisis.
In this week's showing, fans will see Pope present in a murder scene negotiating with a distraught black father who believes that his child was killed by white police officers. more >>
"Killing Jesus," premiering this month on the National Geographic Channel, is based on the best-selling book of the same name by Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard. In the television dramatization, the described "great king and warrior" Herod the Great is portrayed by Emmy Award-winning actor Kelsey Grammer — long admired by fans for his television persona Dr. Frasier Crane.
Grammer ("Cheers," "Frasier") was noted as saying during a press event by the Los Angeles Times that Herod "wasn't necessarily evil — he was just a guy who had to do some despicable things to maintain a balance of power."
Though Herod the Great died not long after Jesus' birth, in "Killing Jesus," as well as in the biblical account, the ruler plays a pivotal role in the early life of the god-man worshipped as savior by more than 2.2 billion people around the world. more >>
Recent news and update concerning the hit psychological thriller TV series "Hannibal" indicated that filming for its third season is now nearing to its end and in the matter of months, fans will finally see the return of the show to the small screen.
A report from Enstarz.com cited the official announcement made by executive producer Martha De Laurentiis in the production company's newsletter, earlier this week.
"The HANNIBAL cast and crew head into spring with another two months of filming episodes 310-313," the executive producer said. more >>