The latest episode of Starz's hit TV drama series "Outlander" titled "The Devil's Mark" saw Claire (Caitrona Balfe) revealing to Jamie (Sam Heughan) her biggest secrets.
Fans have been wondering what drove the time-traveller to tell Jamie her secrets. In an interview with the Boston Herald, Balfe said that apparently it's her need for "comfort" and her yearning for a "real connection" with him.
"At this point, so much has happened, and I think it's a quest for some solace," she told the publication. "I think she needs comfort. Since the bliss of the wedding, there has been a lot [of trauma] and I think that's almost her breaking point. I'm not sure that she's thinking clearly, but she just needs to connect with him on a very, very real level." more >>
ABC's hit TV drama series "Revenge" is already nearing to its conclusion but the events just keeps on getting more interesting and exciting.
The last episode titled "Burn," was quite an explosive one as it shows what Victoria (Madeleine Stowe) would do to exact her own revenge to Amanda Clarke (Emily VanCamp) who was previously known as Emily Thorne. She did so by setting the Grayson mansion on fire, with her in it.
Fans were quick to speculate about Victoria's actions. But according to Stowe, this shouldn't come as a surprise. more >>
Sonya Romero is a true inspiration and good Samaritan to all those who know her. When you hear about her humanitarianism you will be in tears. What she has done for her students they will never forget. Sonya has gone able and beyond for all the people she knows and gets rewarded with a surprise video!
Sonya has done everything she could to help her students who have academics, appearance and financial situations. She even adopted two children from the school, while having a son at home. No matter what the situation was at school, she has dedicated her time whenever it was needed to make a situation better. Ellen and Sonya are brought to tears after watching a video that her school has dedicated to her.
Students from her class speak about her and tell everyone how much she means to them. Teachers and staff even get involved and it touched everyone's heart that is watching. more >>
Now that One World Trade Center will be opening to the public in late May this year, they have shown some of the new additions. When it opens, this is what the visitors will see on the ride up, and it amazing!
The elevators, which travel over 20 mph, are equipped with 75-inch HD monitors. The trip to the 102nd floor includes an illusion of riding in a glass elevator, offering sweeping panoramas of Manhattan. It shows a mind-blowing historic time-lapse of the island's skyline from 1500 to present day. It starts in a marsh, reminding viewers that this area was once underwater. Then you start to see grass and trees, and then familiar landmarks, such as St. Paul's Cathedral, Brooklyn Bridge, and Empire State Building rise up in front of your eyes. At 1,268 feet above the ground, the Freedom Tower observatory will be the third highest building in the U.S.
Wow! This is an amazing video, which is an experience of a lifetime and at the same time a little frightening to be so high. more >>
Roma Downey and Mark Burnett's "A.D. – The Bible Continues" is coming back to NBC this Sunday with its fourth installment focusing on the early church.
The critically-acclaimed series has been sweeping Sunday night television, and this week will dig deeper into the Book of Acts as well as the growth of the early church after Peter and John emerge from capture and gather followers. In the first of two sneak peeks at the upcoming episode, Peter is having doubts about his calling. However, Mother Mary reinforces her son Jesus' faith in Peter, and encourages the disciple to carry on.
"My son chose you for a reason, he knew your faith was strong enough to bear the responsibilities to help you to become the man our people need you to be," she says during the clip. more >>
This week on "Criminal Minds," three people implicated in murders claim they were attacked by a clawed shadow monster at the moment each crime occurred, and the BAU searches for an UnSub who is controlling their minds.
Larry is in an interrogation room for the murder of his wife. He says he's innocent and that a monster with talons for hands killed her. He said that upon hearing a noise downstairs, his wife went to check it out. Upon following her, he smells sage and falls to the floor. He says that he saw the monster and heard his wife's screams as it killed her.
But that's not what really happened as he is the one who stabbed his wife to death, and the police found him still clutching the knife. Incidentally, two others, Christine and Daniel, have told similar stories and Hotch thinks that someone induced a psychotic break on all three. more >>