Anna Duggar, wife of eldest Duggar son Josh, and her sister Priscilla Walker have released a video about courting, marriage, and general relationship advice, citing their religious beliefs above all else.
Anna spoke about how her sister waited to court her husband David because she was busy serving the Lord. The two discussed the importance of prayer before, during, and after the courtship and in marriage. David even asked Josh for Priscilla's father's phone number to ask if they could court; David chose to court Priscilla because of her servant-like spirit.
"Wait for God's best and pray for your future spouse, that he would have a vision for God and a desire to serve the Lord. It was special—when David asked me to breakfast that first morning of our courtship—he bought me 25 roses. Someone counseled me and told me that a wedding day would come and go but to focus on all those other times. That shouldn't be the passion—don't wait for someone to sweep you off of your feet. It's been the best three years of my life," Priscilla exclaimed. more >>
Actor and director Ben Affleck slammed atheist HBO host Bill Maher's continued criticism of Islam during an appearance on "Real Time with Bill Maher," calling his views on the religion "gross, racist, disgusting."
The heated debate occurred during a panel on the show that touched on topics including Islamic extremism, and also featured atheist author Sam Harris; Michael Steele, the former chair of the Republican National Committee; and Pulitzer Prize winner Nicholas Kristof.
"Freedom of speech, freedom to practice any religion you want without fear of violence, freedom to leave a religion, equality for women, equality for minorities, including homosexuals, these are liberal principles that liberals applaud for, but then when you say in the Muslim world this is what's lacking, then they get upset," Maher pointed out. more >>
"Longmire" is a crime drama television series which first premiered on Jun. 3, 2012 on the A&E channel. The series is based on the "Walt Longmire Mysteries" mystery novels written by best-selling author Craig Johnson. After the premiere of its third season which ran from June 2 through Aug. 4 of 2014, the show was cancelled.
While the show is certainly not going to get a fourth season soon, Warner Horizon Television – the ones producing the series – is shopping it to other networks. Afterwards, the series might get a fourth season but until then, the show is cancelled.
Of course, its fan base is passionate enough to be demanding a fourth season and while there are interested parties who are more than willing to see a fourth season happen, one person doesn't seem to be surprised about the possibility of a fourth season not happening. more >>
Hit supernatural drama series "Grimm" is now weeks away before it kicks off for its fourth season with its premiere episode entitled "Thanks for the Memories," slated to air this coming Friday, Oct. 24, at 9 p.m. on NBC.
"Grimm" Season 4 will pick up right where the previous chapter has left off. Nick Burkhardt (David Giuntoli) lost his Wesen-spotting Grimm powers as a result of a potion and an intimate encounter with Adalind Schade (Claire Coffee).
He needs to rely on Trubel (Jacqueline Toboni), another descendant of the Grimm line who is quite rebellious and impulsive, "yet [a] good intentioned young woman." more >>
"The Bachelor" is an American reality television dating game show which airs on the ABC channel. The series is hosted by Chris Harrison and is already on its 19th season. Season 19 will premeire on January 2015 and will feature Chris Soules, a farmer and former suitor on "The Bachelorette."
The series is already filming and fans are both hopeful and anxious on whether Chris will be able to find love this time around.
Also, six of the women which will be featured on the show have already been leaked by Reality Steve, an infamous blogger and "Bachelor" spy. Here are the six women who will be vying for Soules' love in the 19th season of "The Bachelor." more >>
The highly-acclaimed political thriller series "Homeland" is now set to return for its fourth season with its premiere episode entitled "The Drone Queen" and to be followed back-to-back by "Trylon and Perisphere" which are scheduled to air this coming Sunday, Oct. 5, at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Showtime.
Considered to be the season where the show returns to what it's good at, the fourth chapter of "Homeland" will once again focus on Claire Danes' complex, sometimes mentally jagged, CIA operative, Carrie Mathison.
"And while we know Carrie by now — she's fearless and unbounded at work and skittish in personal relationships — her character is so well imagined and so skillfully performed by Ms. Danes that even after three years, there is still some ambiguity left," described The New York Times. more >>