Things and events are really getting hotter in the fictional town of Salem this October in the longest-running daytime soap, "Days of Our Lives." We rounded up a number of spoilers and here's what we heard so far. John will wake up from his coma and this could mean something huge is about to come out.
Apparently, John Black (Drake Hogestyn) doesn't suffer from any amnesia and will tell someone that his son, Brady (Eric Martsolf), was not to blame for his attack, Hollywood News Daily reported. The question is, will he remember who assaulted him?
Viewers already know that it's Brady's then-bride Theresa Donovan (Jen Lilley) who hit him over the head which gave him severe head trauma. In the meantime, John will summon for Theresa on his hospital bed and this will give the newest bad girl in town a nervous wreck. more >>
Porsha Williams, 33, insists she was blindsided from her demotion on "Real Housewives of Atlanta" where she will no longer be a leading cast member on the Bravo TV reality series.
While Williams is working on an album and serving as an entertainment correspondent for the Dish Nation syndicated radio show, she rose to popularity when joining the cast of "Real Housewives of Atlanta" in its fifth season. After a turbulent sixth season where Williams dealt with a public divorce from ex-NFL player Kordell Stewart and initiated a physical confrontation with cast member Kenya Moore, the former showed up to film a seventh season.
However, she recently learned that newcomer Claudia Jordan would join the cast with a leading role this November, while Williams would only appear as a friend on the show. Williams said she was blindsided by the news, which was not easy for her to take in. more >>
Teresa and Joe Giudice were sentenced to a combined four-plus years in federal prison Thursday and stars took to Twitter shortly after to call for prayers for the couple.
Teresa, who shares four daughters with her husband, Gia, 13, Gabriella, 9, Milania, 8, and Audriana, 4, was sentenced to 15 months behind bars, with a restitution payment of $414,588. Joe was sentenced to serve 41 months, reported the New York Daily News.
Earlier this year, the "Real Housewives of New Jersey" stars pleaded guilty to mail, wire and bankruptcy fraud. Joe also pleaded guilty to tax fraud. more >>
A rock climber who lost his leg and nearly died after falling 100 feet is sharing his story of faith, strength and courage on Outdoor Channel's "Fight to Survive" this week.
Craig DeMartino, a professing Christian and host of the new show "Fight to Survive," was left with a long list of injuries and chronic pain following his near-fatal fall, which ultimately resulted in the decision to amputate his right leg below the knee. Despite months of agony, the professional photographer was able to heal his mind and body, and not only restored his quality of life, but returned to rock climbing as well.
"Really, my wife and family inspired me to climb again," DeMartino explained to The Christian Post. "She is a climber, and when I was in the hospital she said if you want to climb again I understand, it is your decision. She gave me the confidence." more >>
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 >>