Oprah Winfrey is not worried about receiving backlash from the Christian community once they catch wind of the sex, lies and mayhem featured in her network's upcoming one-hour scripted drama "Greenleaf."
Instead, the 62-year-old media tycoon believes the upcoming series coming to her OWN network is doing something good.
"I'm not worried about it because of our intention. Our intention is to use this as a platform for telling great stories," Winfrey said during a press screening of "Greenleaf" attended by The Christian Post Wednesday. "Our intention is to be mindful and respectful of the church as an institution. Only good can come from that." more >>
"Castle" lead actor Nathan Fillion has offered his thoughts on the news that Stana Katic, his co-star, will not be returning for a possible season 9 of the ABC crime drama.
Earlier this week, Deadline reported that Katic and Tamala Jones, another "Castle" actress, are exiting the series ahead of its tentative season 9. According to the outlet, while Fillion has been negotiating his return to "Castle," Katic, his leading lady, was never approached about coming back for the next season. Katic and Jones, both of whom have been with "Castle" from the start, were reportedly informed that they are not being asked to return because of "budgetary reasons."
"Stana has been my partner all this time, and I thank her for creating the character of Beckett," Fillion said in a note posted to Twitter on Tuesday, April 19. "I wish her well, and have no doubt she will succeed in everything she pursues. She will be missed." more >>
Special Agent Aaron Hotchner (Thomas Gibson) will be the latest in a string of BAU (Behavioral Analysis Unit) agents whose lives were put in danger in this season of CBS' long-running police procedural crime drama "Criminal Minds."
According to the official logline for the upcoming season 11 finale, Hotch will be apprehended by a SWAT team after he is suspected of conspiracy, leaving the rest of the BAU crew to try to prove his innocence. All the while, the BAU will suspect that Hotch's arrest is just one part of a larger, sinister plot.
Hotch's unfortunate situation follows that of Special Agent Derek Morgan's (Shemar Moore) kidnapping and Special Agent Dr. Spencer Reid's (Matthew Gray Gubler) deadly blind date earlier this season. more >>
The latest episode for ABC's "Real O'Neals," a comedy series centered on a gay teenager raised in a Catholic family, had fewer than half the viewers of the program's pilot episode.
According to data compiled by The Nielsen Company, the "Real O'Neals" episode from Tuesday had approximately 2.9 million viewers and a 0.8 rating, which is well below the approximately 6.3 million viewers and 1.79 rating for the pilot episode in March.
Tuesday's episode also represented a decline from the April 5 episode, which garnered approximately 3.6 million viewers and a 1.04 rating. more >>
Jon Snow may be dead, but "Game of Thrones" producer Bryan Cogman has given fans a silver lining: season 6 will not be as dark as season 5.
According to the "Game of Thrones" boss, while the hotly anticipated season 6 will still have its fair share of darkness, it will function as more of a "next act" to season 5, the show's darkest season to date.
The latest episode of Fox musical drama "Empire" dropped another major bombshell: Lucious' mother is alive.
In the episode, "Time Shall Unfold," Thirsty (Andre Royo), one of Lucious' goons, visited a special care home, where he asked about Lucious' mother and handed over an envelope of cash.
Leah Walker, Lucious' mom, who was played in flashbacks by actress/singer Kelly Rowland, appeared to have died when she shot herself back when Lucious was a little boy. This is the story the Lyon patriarch has always told and, in the episode, he even took Andre (Trai Byers) to Leah's grave to help him make sense of his mental illness. But, apparently, his mother's death is just another one of Lucious' many lies. more >>