On February 21st, five out of the six cast members of the beloved hit TV show Friends met once again. The special, paying a tribute to director James Burrows, commemorated the 1,000th episode of TV that Burrows has directed. The […]
Technical difficulties, a rare thunderstorm, and a death of key cast member’s father didn’t stop the success of “Grease: Live” last night, drawing in rave reviews. Audio glitches interrupted Julianne Hough’s big solo number, “Hopelessly Devoted to You,” and viewers […]
National Geographic Channel and Executive Producers Morgan Freeman, Lori McCreary and James Younger of Revelations Entertainment announced today The Story of God, a new global series exploring mankind’s quest to understand the divine. Host Freeman will embark on an epic […]
Today get a look at our early church during the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on NBC. A.D. will present the first 10 chapters of the Book of Acts in a new series, and give viewers a sense of the early church. […]
ESPN’s anchor Stuart Scott offers strength to many on air. It’s not only for his smooth delivery or a career that’s spanned over two decades-it’s fighting a deadly form of cancer since 2007. This week Scott, 48, was presented the […]
Really, really, really and truly: Boyd Crowder on FX’s ‘Justified’ might be my all-time favorite character of faith (and doubt) on a television show ever. Everything about Boyd–from his charisma, to his misguided preaching, to his encounter with doubt–is so […]
Just days from Christmas, National Geographic explores the world that Jesus would have known in “Living in the Time of Jesus.”
National Geographic is given unprecedented access to explore an FLDS polygamous family in “Inside Polygamy: Life at Bountiful.”
Paradoxically, the controversial Tim Tebow Super Bowl ads, may have been the least controversial of the broadcast.
Fine performances and effects can’t hide “Caprica’s” lack of dramatic tension.