Jill and Jessa Duggar have both spoken about their plans for large families, keeping in line with their parents' decision to have as many children as God blessed them with.
"Whatever God's plan is, we'd be good with that!" Jessa told ABC News. "It's probably not possible for me to have 19 kids naturally, but we might adopt and get up to that number. We both love kids. We'll play it by ear as we go along. We'll see how it goes."
Jessa is currently engaged to Ben Seewald, who recently moved into the Duggar household and is staying in a guest house on their property. The couple hopes to be married by the end of the year, and will possibly begin having children as soon as they say "I do." more >>
Six single people from the different parts of the country took the most "radical step" to find love: marrying a stranger for an on-air social experiment.
"Married at First Sight," currently one of the most controversial shows from FYI, will now see three of the couples who were scientifically matched spend their remaining together. The show will progress towards a final outcome -- leave or stay married -- as the experiment draws to an end.
Spiritual advisor and on-show expert Greg Epstein recently met with the couples in the ninth episode entitled "Last Chance at Romance" to see what the newlyweds had done. He advised them previously to put on some romantic gesture for each other before finally deciding whether the relationship has to continue or end. more >>
FX's hit psychological thriller drama series "The Following" has been renewed for a third season and there have been drastic changes happening behind the scenes. "Lost" alum Jennifer Johnson, who joined the WBTV family last June, is exiting her position as showrunner, although she will still be involved in the development of the series.
Instead of affecting the creative setup of the show by putting new people in, management opted to promote writers Brett Mahoney and Alexi Hawley for the executive producer position in the Kevin Bacon and James Purefoy-led drama alongside executive producer Marcos Siega.
The reports now stem up different speculations whether these changes will once again create "creative differences" which has already happened at the first and second halves of season 2. Many viewers complained that "The Following" felt like two separate shows. more >>
A new NBC drama will explore demonic possession and exorcism.
The network recently handed out a script commitment to "The Possession of Maggie Gill," a series that follows the Gills, an American middle class family who experience frequent paranormal activity within their Eugene, Oregon home, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The show also features two detectives in the same town who are investigating a series of brutal murders. Those involved eventually realize a link between the murders and the paranormal activity which includes the Gills' 15-year-old daughter Maggie being possessed by demons. more >>
Phil Robertson of "Duck Dynasty" opened up about his controversial comments about homosexuality last year, attributing his statements to the Word of God.
Last December, the Robertson family patriarch made waves when discussing the Bible as well as homosexuality with GQ magazine. His comments resulted in a suspension from A&E's "Duck Dynasty" for a period of time. Today, the 68-year-old reality television star is promoting his new book unPHILtered: The Way I See It when he spoke with Us Weekly about his past comments.
"All I did was quote a passage of Scripture from antiquity," Robertson said. "They're mad at me, but I'm really just quoting what God said, so He's the one they have a problem with." more >>
"Teen Mom" star Amber Portwood has been through it all: teen pregnancy, drug addiction, domestic violence, and all while being on TV for all to see. The reality star, and mother of 4-year-old Leah, recently spoke with The Christian Post about her new book Never Too Late and her life off-screen.
The Christian Post: How did you come to be on MTV in the first place?
Amber Portwood: My brother was going to do a show back in the day called "Engaged & Underage," but they ended up not doing it and a scouting person was looking for pregnant teenage girls and my brother's friend told them about it. They ended up calling me, but I didn't believe it was them. I told them, 'If this is really you, call me tomorrow,' and they did. They ended up sending out a tape and a paper of questions, and I answered the questions on tape, sent it in, and didn't really expect to hear anything back from it nor did I really believe it was real. They ended up picking me for the pilot and it just went from there. more >>