With "CSI: Cyber" set to come back for its second season in less than two days, fans are eagerly waiting for details on how to watch the crime series online and what they should expect from it.
"CSI: Cyber" season 2 will premiere on Sunday, Oct. 4, and viewers are bound to notice some changes in the cast and plot of the famous CBS crime series. Ted Danson's chararacter D.B. Russell, who was part of the original "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," will join the team of cyber crime experts in the next season, according to CBS News.
The original CSI series has come to an end after a whopping 15 seasons. So, Russell will be transferred to the cyber crime division to work with Special Agent Avery Ryan's (Patricia Arquette) crew, Cinema Blend reports. more >>
"Duck Dynasty" husband-and-wife duo Jase and Missy Robertson have weighed in on Josh Duggar's public admission that he cheated on his wife, Anna, whom Missy said is the victim of his adultery and has every right to end their seven-year marriage.
In August, Josh, 27, admitted to cheating on the mother of his four children after media reports revealed him to be a paying member of adultery website Ashley Madison. In a statement, the former "19 Kids and Counting" reality TV star referred to himself as "the biggest hypocrite ever."
During a recent interview, Jase and Missy were asked whether or not Anna should forgive Josh's indiscretions. more >>
When her family first appeared on the A&E series "Duck Dynasty" three years ago, Sadie Robertson had no idea it would result in opportunities to write books, host award shows, star in movies, design clothes and gain millions of followers on social media. Still, the 18 year old says she's determined not to get caught up in the fame and has a plan to avoid the pitfalls that've plagued others who became celebrities after being on reality TV.
"I think the key to that is recognizing that it's not all about me, it's truly not. God gave me this and this is all about God," Robertson told The Christian Post.
"I think if I would have came into this saying 'all of these followers are for me and these fans are for me,' then it would've been really difficult. I think I would've gotten lost in it all. But coming into it with the mindset of all these followers are for God, all of this fame is for God, it's not about making me famous." more >>
Catholic League's Bill Donohue has criticized several American mainstream news publications for failing to mention in their coverage of the Oregon shooting last week that the victims were specifically killed because they identified themselves as Christians. Donohue also claimed President Barack Obama would have been more outraged if the victims were Muslims.
"If African Americans or Muslims had been singled out, President Obama would have gone ballistic, Al Sharpton would be calling for street rallies, and CAIR would be asking for congressional investigations," Donohue argued in a statement.
"But because Christians are being cherry picked for murder, there is no call to arms. Indeed, many major media outlets aren't even telling the truth. It's obvious — 'Christian Lives Don't Matter' — either here or abroad," he added. more >>
Marvel has already a steady foundation for its cinematic universe. Right now they are already in the third phase of their films, however, as for their television take over, they are still comparatively behind DC. So far, "Daredevil" that the only one they've released so far, shown under the online streaming company, Netflix. However, they plan to change all of this as "Jessica Jones" is all set to air later this year followed by "Luke Cage" next year.
Not much is really known about "Luke Cage" for now, however once production starts in two months, more can be expected. This will be the third of the four planned Marvel series, all set in New York as a continuation for what "Daredevil" has started earlier this year. Fans will first get to see Luke Cage, played by Mike Colter, in "Jessica Jones".
In the comics, Cage is the husband of Jones and though it won't immediately start off like that, the possibility is that he will become a love interest for the Jones. more >>
Anyone who was a teenager in the 1990s would've grown up a fan, or must have seen at least one episode, or is aware of "Boy Meets World," which was a show that followed the story of Cory Matthew (Ben Savage) as he dealt with issues of growing up during that time. It ran for seven years and aired its final episode in 2000. When a reboot of the show was announced by Disney called "Girl Meets World," which follows the story of the teenage daughter of Cory and Topanga (Danielle Fischer), Cory's childhood sweetheart, it's safe to say a lot of adults were probably a little more excited than the kids, knowing the history of it.
The main star of the series is Riley (Rowan Blanchard); however, she does have a younger brother in the show, Auggie Matthews. His goofy personality has captured the attention of many during the many scenes he's shared with Riley. Despite their many exciting adventures, August Maturo, who plays Auggie, shared that more can be expected in the last five episodes of the season. According to International Business Times, he shared, "Fans can expect lots of laughing, crying, feelings and amazing acting from the whole cast. Our best episodes haven't even aired yet!"
He also talked about how it was like working with Savage and Fischer, he excitedly said, "They were on 'Boy Meets World,' now they're on 'Girl Meets World,' they're the most famous people on Earth." As for playing Rowan's brother, he says it apparently goes beyond the screen, "I love Rowan, she hugs and kisses me so much, we're really like sister and brother." more >>