NBC announced Thursday a first-ever digital talk show "Beyond A.D." to follow Roma Downey and Mark Burnett's upcoming television series "A.D. The Bible Continues."
The new 10-part television series is set to premiere on NBC on Easter Sunday, April 5, and just one week later, "Beyond A.D." will launch in order to create a discussion platform for fans. Hosted by E! News' Jason Kennedy, the talk show will be taped before a live audience at the Real Life Church in Southern California. The 30-minute series will feature special celebrity and musical guests and can be streamed online.
"We are very excited to venture into the digital talk show arena and feel 'Beyond A.D.' is the ideal digital companion to 'A.D. The Bible Continues,'" said NBC Entertainment executive vice president Rob Hayes. "The series lends itself to in-depth discussions between fans, cast, producers and special guests." more >>
This week, on an all new episode of "NCIS," a covert identity made for one of Gibbs' undercover cases 20 years ago resurfaces after it was discovered that a murder victim was living under the alias.
"Blast From The Past" starts with a report coming in about a dead man in a warehouse. The victim, named Leeland Robert Spears, was flagged 20 years ago by NCIS, so if he goes missing or is reported dead, then NCIS should know all about it.
Gibbs is certain that the man is living under an assumed identity. He knows this for a fact because Gibbs used the name Leeland Robert Spears 20 years ago on an undercover. He's surprised to find out that the man pretending to be Leeland not only stole his name, but also his made-up date of birth. more >>
Last Monday on "The Bachelor," Chris Soules took Kaitlyn, Becca, and Whitney on one-on-one dates in Bali, and Chris picks chooses the final two among the ladies.
Chris' first date in Bali was with Kaitlyn. They took part in a spiritual ritual with the locals, and after that they walked the streets and came across some monkeys. A few of them jumped on Chris and he fed them bananas. Later, Kaitlyn tells Chris that she's falling in love with him and she accepts his invitation to the fantasy suite.
For his date Whitney, Chris opted for a boat ride and they discussed her sister's hesitance to give them her blessing during their hometown visit. Whitney said that she was upset that her sister spoiled a special moment, but Chris reassures her that it didn't change anything between them. more >>
Diminutive "American Horror Story" actor Ben Woolf passed away in the hospital after being hit by a car last week.
Ben Woolf, the American actor who portrayed Infantata and Meep on the FX cable TV series, "American Horror Story," succumbed to a stroke while in the hospital, four days after being struck by an SUV's side mirror in Los Angeles. He was 34.
Four-and-a-half foot tall Woolf, whose short stature allowed him access to unique roles suited to his height, was jaywalking on a Hollywood street when he was clipped on the head by a passing SUV's side mirror. more >>
Last Tuesday on "NCIS: New Orleans," a Navy recruiter is killed when she becomes the target of a deadly hit and run. The investigator focuses on whether the murder was is linked to her career or her role as a foster mother to two brothers.
"My Brother's Keeper" starts with a woman in a dark parking lot. A car appears and runs her down before speeding off and leaving the woman, who appears to be dead.
Christopher gets a phone call and heads to the parking lot, where he finds out that the victim, Maggie Barringer, has done three tours in Iraq and is now working as a Navy recruiter. The absence of skid marks on the road suggests that whoever hit Maggie had no intention of trying to stop, and it's very likely that she was hit on purpose with the intention to kill. more >>
The last week's showing of the hit post-apocalyptic TV drama series "The 100" Season 2 saw Cage (Johnny Whitworth) dealing a major blow on the Grounder's village in "Resurrection." The self-proclaimed leader seems determined to go on with the killing spree now that he has the secret weapon that is powerful enough to fully eradicate the Sky People.
Entitled "Bodyguard of Lies," synopsis for tonight's segment teased that not only will the remaining 47 be put in danger.
Determined to locate the fabled City of Light, Jaha (Isaiah Washington) and Murphy (Richard Harmon) as well as the rest of camp Jaha continues to tread for the perilous expedition. After getting stripped off in Episode 12, spoiler reports suggest that the group would once again face yet another challenge along the way. more >>