Deitrick Haddon believes preachers such as Bishop T.D. Jakes, Pastor Creflo Dollar and Bishop Paul S. Morton should open up their doors to the world of reality television.
Haddon, the 41-year-old gospel singer and minister who stars in and executive produces the hit Oxygen docu-series "Preachers of LA" recently finished the second season of the show. While it has received its fair share of critics, Haddon believes there should be more spinoffs where the public could get more personal access to the lives of mega-church pastors.
"The reason why 'Preachers of LA' is successful is because people want to see and people want to know about preachers. Open up your doors, Bishop Jakes, open up your doors, Creflo Dollar, open up your doors, Bishop Morton," Haddon said on HipHollywood.com. "Y'all real people, you want people to hear you preaching and talking every Sunday. They have the right to know the real you … bottom line." more >>
NBC's "The Voice" is currently in its final phase, with the show moving on to the Live Shows. Monday's episode aired the first segment of the five-part Live Shows and eliminated two artists. Fans are eager to know who will win the competition while the eliminated artists have given their thoughts on who might win.
In the previous episode, Jessie Pitts from Coach Blake Shelton's team and Sugar Joans from Coach Pharrell Williams' team were eliminated from the competition through public votes. Afterwards, they revealed who they think was most likely to end up as the winner.
Jessie Pitts said that all remaining contestants were well-qualified but favored Taylor John Williams from Team Gwen. She says that Taylor, along with Damien from Team Adam and Craig Wayne Boyd from team Blake had the potential to go very far in the game. more >>
In the previous episode of "The Legend of Korra" Season 4 titled "Reunion," fans saw the reunion of friends Avatar Korra (Janet Varney), Mako (David Fasutino) and Asami Sato (Seychelle Gabrille). On the other hand, Bolin (PJ Bryne) and Varrick's (John Michael Higgins) escape from the clutches of Kuvira (Zelda Williams) lead them to a band of non-earth benders who also managed to get out of Kuvira's "reeducation camps."
All the while, Mako's charge and boss, Prince Wu (Sunil Malhotra) was too eager to see Korra in an Avatar State. But he was disappointed.
Looking for ways to get out of Mako's eyes, the Earth nation prince made his way to a laundry truck. The driver then told the pursuers that he was on his way to meet Kuvira. more >>
Though the newest season of "Beauty and the Beast" won't be airing until next year, fans of the show are still rooting for it as the show has been nominated for a People's Choice Award. Lead actress Kristin Kreuk took to Twitter last week to thank fans for their support and wrote, "Thank you #Beasties for once again getting us People's Choice nominations! So very fantastic of you!"
Information about season three is starting to come in, and while viewers know that Nicole Gale Anderson who plays Cat's sister will be seen more often in the show, Cartermatt reports that the CW show is going to be more of a family event when it returns.
According to the website, the upcoming sixth episode of "Beauty and the Beast" will introduce two aunts for Kreuk's character. The show is reportedly looking for two actresses in their 40s or 50s to play the following characters: more >>
Last Wednesday's episode of "Law & Order: SVU" titled "Spousal Privilege" sees a domestic violence dispute involving a sportscaster and his girlfriend revealed by a security camera footage from a parking garage, but the girlfriend is undecided about seeking help since she wants to keep her family from breaking apart.
In the episode, Tutuola finds a video on a celebrity gossip website of famous sportscaster A.J. Martin fighting with his girlfriend Paula in a stairwell of a parking garage. The footage cuts out, then they see A.J. dragging Paula to his car, and Paula appears to be unconscious. Olivia announces that she is going to investigate and see if charges were pressed by the victim.
Rollins and Nick head to the precinct and they learn that Paula refused medical attention and that no charges were filed. more >>
The Thanksgiving episode of "Modern Family' titled "Three Turkeys" delivered a lot of comedic moments as Phil and Luke volunteered to cook the turkey, Claire stresses out over it, and Cam and Mitchell try to convince Lily to dress up for dinner.
Determined to redeem himself from his past culinary failures, Phil offers to cook the Thanksgiving turkey which everyone will feast on at Jay's house. Everyone thinks that Gloria and Jay are in Mexico, but the truth is their plans fell through and they are hiding at their house. They're trying to conceal the fact that they're in the country because they wanted some time away from the family.
Luke helps Phil in the kitchen, and Phil is guided by the soothing voice of Nigella Lawson from the cooking app which he downloaded. Meanwhile, Claire believes that Phil and Luke's turkey won't turn out well, so she secretly prepares another one and enlists Alex to help her. While the two work on the turkey, they gripe about the pressures associated with being "the responsible one" in the family. more >>