CBS' hit police procedural TV drama series "Criminal Minds" is probably one of America's top favorite shows. Their endless stream of interesting characters and shocking twists are just a few reasons for fans to always look forward to every week.
Much as the audience wanted to keep the show going on forever, a slew of rumors indicated that the series' current season  could be its last. Rating reports from TV Ratings showed the crime fighting series with negative rankings in terms of viewership, "% demo change," or at the "% mil change."
Will Rossi (Joe Mantegna), Morgan (Shemar Moore), Dr. Reid (Matthew Gray Gubler) and the rest of the FBI BAU team finally be saying goodbye? Here's what we heard: more >>
"Full House" fans are rejoicing over the confirmed news of a sequel series, "Fuller House," that will reunite original cast members including Candace Cameron Bure.
The new spin-off series will air on Netflix over 20 years after "Full House" first debuted on ABC in 1987. The hit comedy series ran for eight seasons, but next year, "Fuller House" will see Cameron Bure reprise her role as D.J. Tanner opposite of John Stamos back in the role of Uncle Jesse.
This week on "Game of Thrones," Arya meets the Faceless Man, Brienne finds Sansa, and Jon Snow's life with the Night Watch comes to a turning point.
Arya arrives at Braavos, and she's happy as she sees no soldiers on the streets, only working folk. She is taken by the captain to The House of Black and White, which is the home of the Faceless Man, whose name is Jaqen H'ghar. The door is opened by a man wearing a hood, and he says that Jaqen is not there and that she should go away.
Arya sits and recites the names of the people she wants to kill. She waits through the night and stayed even though it rained. Later, she gets up and tries to catch pigeons for food. Bullies try to take her sword, and she tells them, "Nothing is worth anything to dead men." more >>
The finale of 'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' reunion showed Kim and Kyle Richards getting into a war of words, and Kim outs Lisa Rinna for the threatening text messages she sent to her.
Andy Cohen points out that Kim and Kyle have unresolved issues after the season 5 finale, and that is when things got ugly between the sisters, especially when talk turned to Kim's pit bull Kingsley, who made headlines last year after the dog attacked a friend of Kim's and bit Kyle's 18-year old daughter, Alexia.
"She decided to Instagram it and make a public display of it," yelled a livid Kim. more >>
Spring Break comes to "Dancing With The Stars" as the couples performed dances to various spring break-inspired songs. Monday night also presented an additional challenge for everyone as they took on two routines, one for the couple's dance, and another for the group dance. The competition continues to heat up which resulted to some stressful moments during rehearsals, and at the end of the night, one of the pairs was sent home.
Here's how the couples fared in week 6 of "Dancing With The Stars":
Patti LaBelle and Artem Chigvintsev Dance: Quickstep to "Heatwave" by Martha and the Vandellas Score: 29 (out of 40) The legendary moved smoothly on the dancefloor even when she lost a shoe at one point during the routine. "No one will give us more fun and entertainment as you just did," said Julianne Hough. more >>
Based on the Book of Revelation but intended for both secular and Christian audiences, "The Messengers" premiered on The CW on Friday, April 17, offering a promising start for five characters who suddenly die as a result of a comet striking the earth.
Described by executive producer Trey Callaway as being a series about faith rather than religion, "The Messengers" introduces five characters of diverse backgrounds who come back to life as angels, whether they believe it yet or not. In line with The CW's affinity for superheroes and the supernatural, the five angels gain special powers and are returned to earth in order to battle evil during the Armageddon.
Each character boasts believable and relatable flaws that range across a single mother, a bullied teen, a televangelist, a NASA scientist and an undercover agent. Since only two characters overlap in the pilot, the audience is left wondering how each angel will connect with one another and what challenges lay ahead during a time of terror and chaos. more >>