Pastor Wayne Chaney of Antioch Church of Long Beach, California, a star on the Oxygen docu-series "Preachers of L.A." is speaking about the importance of representing a positive marriage on television.
Chaney and his wife Myesha have showcased their union on the show where the pastor has controversially promoted their intimacy. However, Pastor Wayne insists that he is representing a Godly marriage on television, unlike other examples displayed for audiences.
"When you're married, God said turn up. We don't want other figures in the media who are just dishonoring God… We don't want them to become the standard," he told Sister2Sister Magazine. "When they come to me talking about how smooth Stevie J [of 'Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta'] is, I feel like there needs to be an alternative that's young, fresh and fly." more >>
Faith-based programming seems to be a growing trend across various networks and now one show seeks to follow the lives of five young women who are seeking to become Catholic nuns in three convents across the U.S.
"The Sisterhood" is scheduled for a Nov. 25 premier on Lifetime networks, with the focus on five women who are in the process of deciding whether they want to serve the body of Christ as nuns. The upcoming Lifetime docu-series will provide an honest, behind-the-scenes look into the struggles, triumphs and unique experiences that shape these women as they attempt to leave their old lives and take religious vows.
Lifetime is going into unchartered territory with the new show as the network broadcasts the life changing decisions made by women who potentially want to take answer the call to be a nun. Three convents, The Carmelites for the Aged and Infirm in New York; The Daughters of St. Mary of Providence in Illinois; and The Sister of St. Joseph the Worker in Kentucky agreed to let the series into their establishments for filming. more >>
For every season of the reality TV show "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,' fans often see the cast going on an exotic trip. For this year, the ladies were picked up for a vacation to Amsterdam; a destination that could prove to be bothersome for one of their co-stars who is struggling with sobriety.
"RHOBH" producers chose Amsterdam to be their next destination. The bustling capital of the Netherlands, the place has already been known for its pronounced leniency on the use of illegal substances (recreational drugs) including marijuana.
Apparently, Paris Hilton's aunt, Kim Richards, has been sober for almost two years now after battling with her addiction to drugs and alcohol. more >>
"Little People, Big World" star Jeremy Roloff and Audrey Botti wed on Sept. 30 in front of 300 guests and a chapel specially built by Roloff for the occasion.
Roloff and Botti exchanged vows in front of friends and family at the Roloff Family Ranch, on which Jeremy built a special chapel for them to have the ceremony at. They set out hay bales for their guests to sit on at the outdoor ceremony featuring 11 bridesmaids and 11 groomsmen. The couple, quite religious, wrote their own vows and exchanged rings before moving on to the reception.
Jeremy danced with his mother Amy, who is a little person, and shared a photo of the special dance set to "You Are my Sunshine." The song is especially meaningful, since it was the song that Amy sang to Jeremy and his twin brother Zach at bedtime. The bride danced with her father to "Together at Last," from the musical and movie "Annie." After the reception, the happy couple left for their honeymoon in Jamaica. more >>
The final season of "Legend of Korra" is only days away, and though fans are a bit surprised that Book 4 is about to premiere so soon after the Book 3 finale, many are excited to know what became of Korra and company after what took place in the finale.
Book 4, titled "Balance" will take place three years after the season 3 finale "Enter the Void/ Venom of the Red Lotus." In the new trailer which Nick released over the weekend, the time jump was featured as well as the Earth Kingdom, and Kuvira, who will play a larger role than she did in Book 3, is seen threatening peace with a military force.
The premiere episode titled "After All These Years" will see Korra sporting a shorter hairstyle and Tenzin's children appears to have grown up. Korra also finds Toph, who has been missing ever since she left the metal clan. more >>
Despite the production problem the show has to meet during its filming stage, legal comedy television series "Bad Judge" is now set to hit the small screens for its freshman season with its pilot episode which will air this coming Thursday, Oct. 2, at 9 p.m. on NBC.
"No excuses, no apologies, no compromises. Wild child Rebecca Wright (Kate Walsh, 'Grey's Anatomy,' 'Private Practice') knows how to have a good time, but she also happens to be one of L.A.'s toughest and most respected criminal court judges," the official NBC press release reads.
"She has a reputation for unorthodox behavior in the courtroom, including creative rulings and saying exactly what's on her mind. Her private life, on the other hand, is anything but innocent. She parties too much and rocks out on the drums in a band with her best friend, Jenny," it continued. more >>