Fans are already excited for the arrival of the TV adaptation of Neil Gaiman's ciritically-acclaimed novel, "American Gods," on Starz. What has been thought to be an "unfilmable story" was given a straight-to-series order by the cable network with its premiere date yet to be announced.
To further intensify the hype, the book author himself will be penning a few episodes of the upcoming series.
"Hannibal" executive producer Bryan Fuller told Collider that "we are cranking away" at scripts for the first two episodes of "Gods." He added that "Neil Gaiman is going to be writing episodes of the show." more >>
Fans won't only be looking forward to the next season of Fox's hit superhero TV drama series "Gotham" for its new set of villains. They should also be on the lookout for the development of David Mazouz's young Batman.
Mazouz, who played the young Bruce Wayne on the show, will continue to tread on the path to becoming the dark guardian of the city. The 14-year-old actor teased that his character will now start to embody the "dual personality" of the Dark Knight.
"He's on a mission and he really is going to start his dual personality into being Batman," Mazouz told Monkeys Fighting Robots. "When he's Batman there is his Batman side and then his public persona which is his playboy/party boy persona. In Season Two, he's really going to start developing that second persona." more >>
Sherri Shepherd was recently ordered to pay child support to her ex-husband, Lamar Sally, months after she was declared the legal mother of a surrogate baby she said she doesn't want. The ruling marks the end of a nearly year-long bitter divorce battle.
On Wednesday, it was reported that the former co-host of ABC's "The View," who is a devout Christian, must pay $4,100 per month in child support and this figure increases to $4,600 when 10-month-old baby Lamar Junior (L.J.) turns 13.
The exes previously agreed to have the baby boy via a surrogate while they were still married but their decision to separate last year complicated matters. Sally, 44, sued Shepherd, 48, for child support and won the case in April when a Pennsylvania judge ruled in his favor. The single mother is now listed as baby L.J.'s legal mother on his birth certificate even though she declared that she wants nothing to do with him. more >>
Ken Ham's Answers in Genesis group, which has reviewed each episode of the "A.D. The Bible Continues" miniseries that aired on NBC, has written in its conclusion that the show's last episode was "absolutely dismal," and said the show does not deserve a second season.
"Theologically and historically, the writers of this show have been sloppy at best and calculatingly agenda-driven at the expense of Scripture at worst. Indeed the 'A.D.' for this 12th (and final for now) installment stands for 'Absolutely Dismal,'" AiG's in-depth review states.
The Creationist organization lists the numerous historical and biblical inaccuracies it found in the last episode, which include big spoilers concerning the plot and characters. more >>
"Duck Dynasty" star John Luke Robertson married his fiancée, Mary Kate McEacharn, in a country style wedding on Saturday.
"I had an amazing time!" Robertson told Us magazine in a statement, with his new bride, adding: "It was one of the best days of my life! It was everything I hoped it would be and more."
The newlyweds, both 19, tied the knot before a group of 800 family members and friends in an outdoor ceremony at the Robertson family farm in West Monroe, Louisiana. His father, Willie Robertson, officiated the wedding and McEacharn thanked God after her big day while sharing an intimate photo on social networking site Instagram. more >>
Just like executive producer Jeff Davis says, the new fifth season of the hit supernatural teen TV drama series "Teen Wolf" is bound to get dark. With the introduction of the The Doctors and other group of villains, fans do still have other exciting things to look forwards to as the show moves forward into the new chapter.
Davis dished out some details about Aiden's (Max Carver) surprise reappearance and explained if there should be a lot more of him to expect this season.
"We're always trying to find ways to bring characters back, because we like all of the people who work on the show. I spoke to Holland [Roden] and was like, 'You have to help me get him back for this,' and she said, 'Yeah, absolutely.' So we're hopefully going to get to use him more, assuming [contracts and schedules] work out," Davis told TV Line. more >>