Serial crime drama TV show "The Bridge" is now close to conclude its second season with its finale episode entitled "Jubilex," which will air this coming Wednesday, Oct. 1, at 10 p.m. on FX network.
Directed by John Dahl and penned by Elwood Reid, "Jubilex" will focus on Diane Kruger's Det. Sonya Cross, Demian Bichir's Det. Marco Ruiz, Matthew Lillard's Daniel Frye, Emily Rios' Adriana Mendez, and Frank Potente's Eleanor Nacht.
Sonya taking care of the details to ensure that everything in their plan is in order. more >>
In hopes to bring the successful U.K. TV series "Broadchurch" to the U.S. airwaves, show creator Chris Chibnall and executive producer Dan Futterman brought forth the 10-episode crime drama "Gracepoint" that will cast the stars of Anna Gunn as Detective Ellie Miller and David Tennant as Detective Emmet Carver.
To premiere this coming Thursday, Oct. 2 at 9 p.m. on FOX, "Gracepoint" is said to start off in a different beat from the original.
"We did consider different starting places, different ideas for the first episode," exec producer Carolyn Bernstein revealed via TV Line. "The way that the story was told [in Broadchurch] was so well done, why would we contort ourselves? It really felt like the smartest, best launching pad." more >>
Former "Biggest Loser" trainer Jillian Michaels has revealed the true reason she left the series, which contrasts with earlier reports that she willingly left the show.
"I asked for changes and they said no," Michaels told MailOnline in a new interview, "so in my opinion, I believe it was their choice. I was willing to stay if certain changes were made and they said no. Unfortunately, over the years we've had many differences in opinion on how I thought things should be and producers thought things should be and I didn't quit."
It wasn't the first time that Michaels left the popular weight-loss series. She originally took a break in 2006, staying on the show for five years before leaving again in 2011. Her return was hyped by the show, and fans tuned in to see the "tough as nails" trainer do what she did best, which is what contributed to her permanently leaving. more >>
Sophia Bush is speaking out about the harassment she has endured from an "online stalker" this week in an attempt to protect herself and other Twitter users from similar treatment.
Using Instagram, the "Chicago P.D." star shed light on the "sheer horror" unleashed by the Twitter troll who has made violent threats to Bush and her Twitter followers in recent months. The post featured a collage of comments issued by the vicious online bully.
"For the past few months I have been harassed to the point of sheer horror by an online stalker," Bush explained in the post on Monday, Sept. 29. "This person has taken to harassing and bullying many of my followers as well. And tonight I finally said f--- this s---." more >>
As a kid, many of us eagerly awaited the next hilarious episode of Jed Clampett and his Beverly Hillbillies. Parents never gave a thought that there might be something objectionable on the popular TV sitcom.
Today moms and dads who care about wholesome entertainment for their children and teens have to be ultra-vigilant with TV and computers due to disturbing trends in today's decadent culture.
Recently, USA TODAY commented, "Booty is the latest trend that music fans are getting behind – and the numbers back it up. In just three weeks, Nicki Minaj's butt-tastic 'Anaconda' video has jiggled up nearly 170,000,000 views on YouTube, snatching the record for most views in a day from Miley Cyrus' 'Wrecking Ball.'" more >>
The stars of "Kitchen Nightmares" have made headlines again after allegedly threatening a customer, with the whole ordeal caught on tape.
Samy and Amy Bouzaglo, owners of Amy's Baking Company in Arizona, first made headlines with their appearance on Gordon Ramsay's "Kitchen Nightmares" two years ago. Their appearance was filled with plenty of drama and ended with Ramsay finally walking away, unable to help the two with their business. Things went from bad to worse for the couple, who then claimed that they were targeted by the media and portraying them unfairly.
Authorities were called to the restaurant on Saturday to investigate a disturbance. Witnesses told the police that Samy had yelled and chased a customer out of the building with a knife. However, by the time authorities responded, the customer was gone. No arrests were made or charges filed, but that could change should the man surface. more >>