CBS' hit police procedural drama series "NCIS: Los Angeles" continues to offer thrill and suspense to its avid fans with new episodes on its sixth season.
Spoiler reports suggest that this Monday's showing will see yet another big guest star appearance in the person of "The Talk" host Julie Chen.
Chen is playing the character of a U.S. ambassador for Tunisia in the scripted program. A video, posted on Carter Matt, offers deep insights on Chen's involvement in the show. more >>
A lot of fans of the hit supernatural, action drama series "Sleepy Hollow" felt that though the show is at its best on its second season, its "overly serialized" plot has dampened the excitement. FOX chairman and CEO Dana Walden addressed these problems when she spoke during the winter TV press tour confirming that there will changes coming on the show.
"The show got a little overly serialized this past season. It's very difficult on a show like this to hit the exact right balance of procedural storytelling and ongoing character relationships and the mythology," the network executive said.
"As part of our diagnostic process on any show, we looked at it midseason, we tried to determine what was working and what wasn't working," Walden explained. "There's still a lot about it which works extraordinarily well. We're trying to return the fun to it a little bit. It's an epic battle of good and evil so that has a tendency to want to get a little bit dark, but this is all about calibrating the show not making dramatic changes." more >>
CNN anchor Anderson Cooper joined talk show host Ellen Degeneres this week in a growing chorus of gay advocates who've taken umbrage to a recent op-ed on the gay agenda by cultural commentator and pastor Larry Tomczak published in The Christian Post.
"I've never actually been to the secret meeting where the gays plot their agenda, though I imagine the catering is quite amazing. But thanks to someone named Larry Tomczak my eyes have been opened. Larry says there's an avalanche sweeping across our society today. It's not a trickle, it's a tsunami," began Cooper in his takedown of Tomczak's piece on a segment of his show on CNN called The Ridiculist.
"The indoctrination and propaganda coming from those advocating a gay lifestyle in our country, classrooms and culture are increasing. All of us need to take note and take action to guard those we love," Cooper highlighted from Tomczak's op-ed. more >>
DeVon Franklin recently appeared on "The Real" talk show where he revealed that he and his wife would release a relationships book this year.
Franklin, the 36-year-old husband, Hollywood executive and Seventh-day Adventist minister, is married to popular Christian actress Meagan Good. Since exchanging vows in 2012, the couple have been vocal about their union and events leading up to it.
Now that they are working to release a relationship book, Franklin expressed his excitement about the venture. more >>
Last year, fans of "Days of Our Lives" were surprised when Alison Sweeney announced that she was leaving the soap opera after 21 years of playing Sami Bradi. Many are still hoping that the actress would return, and before the Christmas episode of the show aired last month, it was rumored that she would return, but that didn't happen.
In a recent interview on "Larry King Now," Sweeney explained why she had to say goodbye to the show that has been her home for more than two decades.
"I was doing full time jobs working at 'Days of Our Lives' and hosting 'The Biggest Loser,'" she told King. "It just got to be too much … Watching my son go into the third grade and my daughter start kindergarten, I realized that I was missing out on a lot and they were missing out on a lot." more >>
CBS will celebrate the 7000th episode of "The Bold and the Beautiful" on Friday, Jan. 23. The special milestone episode will break format and feature a retrospective documentary that shows the most iconic moments and the history of the show's creation, fashion throughout the decades, commentary from the cast, special guest stars, original screen test footage, and more.
"7,000 episodes of television is an incredible achievement, and one we are tremendously proud of," said Angelica McDaniel, Senior Vice President, Daytime, CBS Entertainment in a statement. "This milestone is a testament to the impact of Bill and Lee Bell on the genre, the passion and creativity of Brad Bell, his staff and crew and the unwavering support of our loyal fans."
"The Bold and the Beautiful—7,000 continuous episodes of television and going strong! What a milestone. Much gratitude to our incredibly loyal fans around the world and to Angelica McDaniel and CBS for allowing us our freedom of expression for over 27 years," said executive producer and head writer Bradley P. Bell. more >>