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Pete's Christmas is Stuck on Repeat… and You Can Feel Every Minute

Though appropriate for the whole family, Hallmark original "Pete’s Christmas," unfortunately, is not one for the record books.

  • Debbie Holloway |
  • November 08, 2013 |
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Church Rescue Propels Unlikely Reality TV Stars: Church Consultants

They've rescued bars and restaurants and shabby houses, but this month reality television stars are set to rescue something new.

  • Katherine Burgess |
  • November 07, 2013 |
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Still a Demon: Dracula & Christianity

A sign of the times? In movies and on TV, what was once evil becomes if not good, at least sympathetic—or cool. And NBC’s Dracula is no exception.

Whimsical Wonderland has Long Road Ahead

Spin-offs are always a tough sell for audiences, no matter what branch of media they come from, and Wonderland is still emerging from its sibling’s shadow.

Marvel Wins Again with Agents of Shield

In hindsight, there was almost no point in reviewing Marvel’s Agents of Shield. This highly anticipated new series was probably the only fall pilot guaranteed of success.

The Michael J. Fox Show An Inspiring Struggle

There’s no overlooking what first makes NBC’s The Michael J. Fox Show so remarkable: the new sitcom’s beloved namesake his challenges with Parkinson’s disease.

The Blacklist Plays it Safe

“It’s called The Blacklist. That sounds exciting.” Quips James Spader’s character at the end of the first episode. Doubtless, NBC hopes the audience will think so too.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine Leads Comedy Charge

Rarely do new TV shows amass a sizable audience in their first few weeks. From the looks of things though, Brooklyn Nine-Nine aims to be the exception.

The Watsons Go to Birmingham Puts Family First

If parents are looking to teach their children about the Freedom Marches, or even a simple tale of God’s love, Birmingham is their destination.

Duck Dynasty Success Thrives on Christian Stereotypes

A show capitalizing on Southern Christian stereotypes has snowballed into success, with faith and duck hunting creating a recipe for a ratings sensation on Duck Dynasty.

  • Sarah Pulliam Bailey |
  • August 22, 2013 |
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Walter White and the Gospel According to Breaking Bad

How the morality tale of a cancer-stricken chemistry teacher who transforms himself into a cold-blooded, drug kingpin will end is what legions Breaking Bad fans want to know.

Feel the Thrill of the Capture (a.k.a. the Fake Hunger Games)

When I heard the CW was producing a reality show based on Suzanne Collins' bestselling novel The Hunger Games, I couldn't help but roll my eyes.

NBC’s Save Me May Need Rescuing

Mixing religion and entertainment, as NBC has tried to do with its new prime time TV sitcom Save Me, starring Anne Heche, can be a tricky business.

Can a Christian Watch Game of Thrones?

Is there anything morally redeeming about Game of Thrones? Does the hit HBO series even have a moral vision?

Space Warriors Grounded in Talking Points, Strong Performances

This tale of Space Camp competition and astronauts in peril works best if enjoyed multi-generationally. Interviews Kurt Warner About New TV Show 'The Moment' Interviews Kurt Warner About New TV Show 'The Moment'

NFL quarterback Kurt Warner famously got a second chance and went from bagging groceries to Super Bowl MVP. Kurt is now hosting a new inspirational reality TV show called "The Moment," where participants are given a second chance to pursue their dream job. We talked to Kurt about his role hosting the series and what viewers will enjoy about "The Moment."

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  • April 08, 2013 |
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The American Bible Challenge Makes a Spirited Return

The American Bible Challenge is returning for a second season on Thursday March 21st

Ducks, Beards, and Jesus

Duck Dynasty family brings faith to prime time. Now in its third season, the docu-drama continues to draw millions of fans.

Father Brown a Spirited Mystery

Set in the 1950’s, Father Brown (played here by Mark Williams from the Harry Potter series) is a mild- mannered Catholic priest of St. Mary’s parish.

The Bible Miniseries a "Labor of Love"

Before actress Roma Downey met her husband, her Touched by an Angel co-star Della Reese had a bit of advice.

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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