"Real Housewives of Atlanta" star NeNe Leakes announced on Monday that she is leaving the show after seven seasons, telling fans that she made the shocking decision with "lots of thoughts and prayer."
The veteran housewife, who coined a number of funny phrases on the show, including the famous "so nasty and so rude," became a staple on the hit Bravo reality TV show after joining in season one. In a heartfelt Facebook post shared with her 2.5 million followers, Leakes said that she is ready for a new chapter and that "with lots of thoughts and prayer, I've decided to step out on faith and not fear."
"This is so hard for me to type! I cry as I do so! After seven seasons, I am so grateful for all the love and laughs! I can confirm that I have decided not to return to RHOA for the eighth season," she began. more >>
Lenovo is not very popular in India due to the number of local and other Chinese brands that are trying to take a share of the market. However, the company's next smartphone in the country could be a bestseller.
According to a recent report by GSM Arena, the China-based manufacturer has just announced its K3 Note smartphone, bound for the Indian market. Initially unveiled and made available in China, the 5.5-inch phablet will reportedly go on sale on one of Flipkart's flash sales for only INR 9,999 or about $157.
In case you are wondering how the Lenovo K3 Note will fare among other Android smartphones in India, it could sell well with its price tag and specifications. In the report, the device packs a Full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution screen to go with its 5.5-inch display. more >>
We reported this week about the inclusion of "The Tudors" and "Orphan Black" star, James Frain, to play a "sexy, heroic, billionaire" industrialist character that uses his philanthropic activities as a front to win the hearts of the Gothamites.
Frain's character, named Theo Galavan, will be joined by his sister, Tabitha, in their mission to wreak havoc in the city.
Just recently, a new casting report from TV Line updates the announcement from Fox that it has already picked the actress to play Theo's sibling. According to the media outlet, Jessica Lucas has landed the role of Tabitha in the upcoming second season of the network's hit crime-fighting TV drama series, "Gotham." more >>
The storyline for ABC's hit fantasy, supernatural TV drama series "Once Upon A Time," is about to get more interesting when it returns to the small screen for its upcoming Season 5.
Actor Sinqua Walls will be reprising his role as the gallant knight of the Round Table, Lancelot.
With the inclusion of other Camelot characters like King Arthur and Guinevere, it would be an obvious decision for the show to "revive" Lancelot in the forthcoming installment. more >>
Two opposing forces are about to collide when Netflix's hit superhero drama series "Daredevil" returns to its web streaming list.
When casting news broke out that "The Walking Dead" star Jon Bernthal will be joining "Daredevil" Season 2 as The Punisher, it didn't take long for fans of the series to drop their theories indicating that the new character will certainly clash with the titular hero (played by Charlie Cox).
Just like DC Comics' superhero Batman, it is Matt Murdock's vow to never kill a person even though his mission to cleanse New York City's Hell's Kitchen would involve beating his opponents to a pulp. more >>
After it cancelled the critically-acclaimed series "Hannibal," NBC is giving another TV series a new lease on life. The new period crime series "Aquarius" will get a second season at NBC, which means approximately sometime in 2016.
"Aquarius" stars "X-Files" lead actor David Duchovny. Duchovny plays L.A. Detective Sam Hodiak, who together with an undercover narcotics agent are investigating the disappearance of a teenage girl. The period crime drama series, which will run for 13 episodes, is actually more about Charles Manson and his criminal activities, which Hodiak and his partner discover.
The series is set in the late 1960s in Los Angeles, at a time when the Manson Family commune was beginning to build itself up and gain notoriety. more >>