"Grey's Anatomy" star Ellen Pompeo recently opened up about how the long-running medical drama is faring a year after her former co-star, Patrick Dempsey, who played fan favorite character Dr. Derek Shepard, exited the series.
The departure of Dempsey, who had been Pompeo's on-screen love interest since the show's very first episode, incited the fury of many of the show's fans, who thought that "Grey's Anatomy" would not be the same without the brilliant neurosurgeon.
In a visit to "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" on Monday, April 25, Pompeo commented on the expectation that the series would not do well following Dempsey's exit, telling the host, "It's amazing how much you get done without a penis." more >>
Just like all the previous season openers, Season 6 of HBO's critically-acclaimed TV drama, Game of Thrones once again handed out a shocker. The episode called "The Red Woman" was indeed about the only red woman in the series – Lady Melisandre, who apparently has some dirty little secret in her.
In the final scene of the season's first episode, Melisandre was revealed to be hiding her true appearance and self. The revelation is that she's a very old woman who has been in disguise all along. Just imagine how Stannis Baratheon would feel if he's alive and able to recall their sexual adventures together.
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A Michigan church's website was hacked earlier this month by supporters of the Islamic State terror group who posted anti-Christian propaganda on its homepage which is being investigated by the FBI.
Lamont Christian Reformed Church, a congregation of about 130 members based in Coopersville, was hacked by a group of IS supporters calling themselves the United Cyber Caliphate.
Local media outlet WOOD TV 8 reported Sunday that the hacked webpage featured a 2014 video by IS leader Abu Muhammad Al-adnani and was discovered by a teenager who belonged to Lamont CRC. more >>
The second season of the Netflix sitcom "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" ended with the show's main characters breaking new ground in each of their lives.
Kimmy (Ellie Kemper) made amends with her long-lost mother Lori-Ann (guest star Lisa Kudrow), Titus (Tituss Burgess) began dating Mikey (Mike Carlsen) and then left to be a performer on a cruise, Jacqueline (Jane Krakowski) got back in touch with her Native American heritage and discovered how to be a better parent, and Lillian (Carol Kane) fought hard for her beloved neighborhood.
In one of the show's most anticipated scenes, Kimmy finally reunited with her mother and attempted to get answers about her childhood and her kidnapping. While she didn't exactly get what she expected from Lori-Ann, Kemper says that the reunion was nonetheless an eye-opening experience for Kimmy. more >>
The Doctor has a new companion.
On Saturday, April 23, the BBC announced during the BBC One Match of the Day Live half time that it has cast Pearl Mackie, a relatively unknown British actress, in the role of Bill, the latest companion for Peter Capaldi's Twelfth Doctor. Mackie replaces Jenna Coleman, who played Clara Oswald and exited at the end of season 9. The new co-lead will join Capaldi in the long-running sci-fi program's upcoming season 10.
"I'm incredibly excited to be joining the 'Doctor Who' family," Mackie said about co-starring in the latest season of the cult favorite series (via The Hollywood Reporter). "It's such an extraordinary British institution, I couldn't be prouder to call the Tardis my home. I always loved stage combat at drama school so I can't wait to get on set and kick some evil monsters into the next dimension!" more >>
The previous episode of "Outlander," titled "Useful Occupations and Deceptions," found the Duke of Sandringham (Simon Callow) once again threatening Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and Jamie's (Sam Heughan) relationship.
In the episode, Jamie discovered that the Duke is one of several English aristocrats funding Prince Charles (Andrew Gower). The discovery means that the Highland warrior will soon have to come face-to-face with the Duke, and when he does, he will undoubtedly uncover the dark secret Claire has been keeping from him: that Black Jack Randall (Tobias Menzies), the sadist who tortured and raped him back in season 1, is still alive.
In a recent chat with The Hollywood Reporter, Balfe spoke about why Claire has been keeping this secret from Jamie, what her realization about Mary Hawkins (Rosie Day) means, and how Claire's conflict with a "dangerous" foe will escalate in future episodes. more >>