New faces, as well as unexpected plot twists await the fans when NBC's "Chicago Med" Season 2 premieres on September 22. For one, Dr. Charles' daughter will be coming to Gaffney Chicago Medical Center, but her arrival will only further complicate their already fractured relationship.
Following the footsteps
Mekia Cox, formerly of "90210", was signed on to play the recurring role of Robin Charles.She followed her father's footsteps in the medical field and became an epidemiologist. Robin will enter the picture to analyze a difficult case in the medical center. more >>
For manga fanatics, it won't be soon before long and they will witness the last battle between Naruto and Sasuke. But the series is still ongoing and fans need to wait it out a while to know the results of the final battle.
Thanks to a Naruto "teaser surge" dominating YouTube and other video hosting sites right now, the waiting game is made a bit bearable.
"Naruto Shippuden" recently aired Episode 473, sealing the Princess Kaguya arc. Because of this recent development, it would seem that "Naruto Shippuden" is now heading to its last arc. more >>
Tamera Mowry-Housley is encouraging her followers on social media to express their gratitude in a godly way.
"God is oh so good. I'm so grateful," the 38-year-old actress wrote on Instagram earlier this week.
"What are you grateful for?" she then asked her fans, awaitng their replies. more >>
Country icon Dolly Parton has never been one to mince words and during a recent promotional interview for her upcoming tour, the living legend explained that directly after she prays she takes care of nature's business before hitting the stage.
The 70-year-old performer opened up about many details in her life during her interview with TODAY on Wednesday. She talked about her cosmetic surgeries and how she was "caught" by paparazzi after her first procedure, as well as her new tour "Pure & Simple."
When asked what her pre-show ritual is, Parton unashamedly responded, "Well I pray and pee in that order." more >>
Now that former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow wants to become a professional baseball player, the sports figure is hoping to wow at least one of his MLB prospects into offering him a contract.
More than 20 MLB teams will attend the Heisman Trophy winner's workout on Aug. 30 in Los Angeles, according to ESPN.
Tebow hasn't played baseball since his junior year at Florida's Nease High where he was a 2005 all-state baseball player and hit .494 with four home runs, 30 RBIs and 10 doubles, helping the team to reach the Final Four of the state's playoffs. more >>
From one Christian baseball playing quarterback to another, Russell Wilson has some advice for Tim Tebow.
The 2007 Heisman Trophy winner has been the topic of headlines and ESPN sports shows since he announced his plans to pursue a professional baseball career, something that Wilson has already accomplished. Now, the Seattle Seahawks quarterback has some wisdom to share with the NFL quarterback-turned-sports analyst.
Monday Morning Quarterback reported earlier this week that when Wilson was asked to share advice with Tebow about embarking on a career in baseball, he replied: "Hope he can hit a curveball. Baseball's pretty hard." more >>