Joel Houston, leader of Hillsong NYC and the church's worship band Hillsong UNITED, says NBC's "A.D. The Bible Continues" is "God's plan for helping people understand who Jesus is" and is expected to appear on a companion series "Beyond A.D." on Sunday when the seventh episode of the show will be aired.
Roma Downey and Mark Burnett's follow-up to the "Bible" returns to NBC with more from the book of Acts in the upcoming new episode, and simultaneously, Houston will appear on the series' companion talk show, "Beyond A.D."
In an interview with The Christian Post prior to taping the digital talk show on Tuesday, Houston explained that "A.D. The Bible Continues" fits God's plan for teaching people about Jesus. more >>
"Duck Dynasty" star and outspoken Christian Willie Robertson said he believes Republican Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal should run for president in 2016.
"He's a great man. He's a Godly man," said Robertson in an interview with Fox Talk Radio's "Kilmeade and Friends" Monday. "He's honest, and so I'd like to see if he makes a run at it. And, you know, if so, we'll definitely be trying to help him out."
Robertson, who made a name for himself as a Christian reality TV star on the A&E series "Duck Dynasty," considers Jindal a good friend and recognized him for being the first Indian-American governor in the U.S. more >>
After more than 14 years on the air, the TV music talent show "American Idol" is finally signing off. The Fox TV network recently announced that they are cancelling the show after its 15th season, which will happen in 2016. Season 15 will bring back the show's current judges, Jennifer Lopez, Keith Urban and Harry Connick Jr as well as its host, Ryan Seacrest.
The final season, according to a report in BBC, will be a celebration of the show and its history. It will reportedly feature former contestants and winners as a "thank you" for the show's fans.
One of its former judges, Simon Cowell, shared his thoughts about the show's cancellation. In the BBC report, he shared that he had "a blast" during his time as a judge in the show. He was among the first judges when the show started in 2002, together with Paula Abdul and Randy Jackson. He left the show in 2010 when he launched the U.S. version of the talent show "X Factor." In a tweet, he said: "Looking back at my time on American Idol we had a great time. We found great artists. Had fun. And to America. Thank you. It was a blast." more >>
Despite the surmounting tragic events that have happened, the good doctors at Seattle's Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital will realize what's really important in their lives and this will bring them closer together.
Promo images for the season finale of the hit medical TV drama series "Grey's Anatomy" titled "You're My Home" were released by ABC and shared via TV Fanatic feature Callie (Sara Ramirez) and Amelia (Caterina Scorsone) engrossed in a conversation while they prepare for an upcoming operation.
Meanwhile, the Huffington Post sounded off their speculation indicating that this week's season ender might see another couple break-up. more >>
Fans of NBC's hit action TV drama series "The Blacklist" are already bracing themselves for the shocking events expected to go down in the show's Season 2 finale which will air this week.
Titled "Masha Rostova," Spoilers Guide said that that the season ender will see Liz (Megan Boone) getting the answers she has long been searching for.
The summary posted on the publication also mentioned that she will finally realize that she's been framed by the Cabal which subsequently forced Red (James Spader) to tap on his connections to help her clear her name. more >>
This week's showing of the hit political TV drama series "Scandal" Season 4 will see Olivia (Kerry Washington) and her gladiators finally making the big move to take down B613 along with its leader and her father, Rowan Pope (Joe Morton). However, as expected, this won't be an easy task for them to undertake and this could also mean that one of them could be in danger.
Lead cast member Washington recently informed the people of Entertainment Weekly about what fans should expect in the season's finale episode titled "You Can't Take Command."
"This season's finale is full of twists and turns that I never saw coming," the actress told Entertainment Weekly. "No one is safe. No one is immune. It's an old school Scandal whirlwind of shock and awe." more >>