Yesterday on "The Bold and the Beautiful," Brooke tells Deacon all the reasons why he must not marry Quinn. She tells him that he should focus on himself since he's still recovering from an addiction and not marry someone who's mentally unstable. She reminds him how their daughter Hope feels about Quinn and if he's willing to sacrifice his relationship with their daughter.
Quinn goes into Rick's office and invites him and Maya to her wedding. He declines, saying that it's going to be a busy week for him. Quinn says that she understands and that he's a good CEO.
Outside, Wyatt is still trying to get some information from Nicole. Wyatt asks her what she thinks about Rick and Maya. When the talk turns to Rick, Wyatt says, "You must know the secret." At this, Nicole excuses herself and leaves. more >>
Yesterday on "Days of Our Lives," JJ attempts to tell Paige the truth about what happened between him and Eve. "Your mom and I ... it shouldn't have happened." He tells her that he'll explain once they get to his place.
At Melanie's, she says that what likely happened before is an embryo transplant from Theresa to Kristen. Brady is surprised at this and tells Melanie that Kristen told him before she left that she would be carrying a part of him with her.
Melanie says that Kristen may have given birth by now. Brady wants to go now and find out if he has a son or a daughter out there. He calls his pilot and orders him to get the jet ready. Melanie tells him that she's coming with him. Daniel arrives, and Melanie tells him that she's leaving for a week to see her mother. more >>
This Thursday on "The Young and the Restless," Stitch breaks up the fight between Billy and Adam while Victoria and Abby shout. Billy accidentally kicks Kelly's ashes, and Ben yells at him, "Didn't you and your brother kick my sister around enough when she was alive?" Billy apologizes, but Ben doesn't want to hear it.
Later, Victoria tells Ben that he can come home since Sharon has been arrested. Ben says that the real killer is still out there. Billy approaches them to apologize to Ben again.
At the hospital, Joe tells Avery that there's still no feeling in his legs, and though "that hasn't changed, everything else has." The doctor enters, and Joe tells him that he wants to start therapy as soon as possible. Avery tells him not to rush things. Later, Dylan arrives and brings Avery into the hall. He asks her to represent Sharon in court. Avery tells him that it's not a good time right now. They hear a loud beeping noise from inside Joe's room, and they find him on the floor. more >>
"A.D. – The Bible Continues" is returning to NBC with its third and most dynamic episode yet this Sunday, revealing the moment the Holy Spirit appears at last.
The Roma Downey and Mark Burnett-produced series first premiered on Easter Sunday earlier this month, and it has already garnered critical acclaim. Its return to primetime television this Sunday, April 19, "A.D." will finally feature the Pentecost and reveal the promise of Jesus.
So far, "A.D" viewers have seen the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, the resurrection, and ascension. And this Sunday, the Holy Spirit will appear. Downey and her husbad Burnett recently sat down with Pastor Rick Warren to discuss the new television series and the important role of the Holy Spirit. more >>
Selena Gomez is now a godmother after visiting with relatives and celebrating the arrival of a new baby in her family this week.
The 22-year-old native Texan recently shared a photo on Instagram taken with cousins and aunts when she announced news of the baby as well as her role as a godmother.
"I mean, candids are always the best," Gomez wrote in the caption of the group photo. "My cousin is having her first. We always dreamed of having one together. UM, not today BUT beyond happy I'm a godmother now." more >>
A program where couples have sex inside a soundproof box before discussing their relationship issues has been canceled after just five episodes.
"Sex Box," a program that aired on the cable channel WE TV, was pulled from the airwaves following low ratings and protests from social conservative groups.
In a statement released earlier this week, WE TV said that the program "did not connect with large numbers of viewers" but may return to television in the near future. more >>