God scheduled A.D. – the sequel to Mark Burnett and Roma Downey's hit miniseries The Bible – on Easter Sunday, Burnett told TCA critics this afternoon. "We couldn't make it any faster," he said at Winter TV Press Tour 2015, explaining...Show More Summary
NBC’s mid-season schedule will stretch out premieres for new and returning shows from the Super Bowl to Easter Sunday. The
Mark Burnett and Roma Downey's big 'Bible' follow-up kicks off on Easter Sunday read more
Spring seems confused in Sacramento. We kicked off April with a wet and dreary Easter Sunday. Mother Nature followed that up with gray skies and chilly breezes for Second Saturday. Still, it looked like Midtown businesses, galleries and outdoor vendors got a decent amount of traffic from this monthly shopping affair. There were plenty of […]
“This Jesus cult grows stronger by the hour with the sole aim of challenging us all,” exclaims one of the Roman dignitaries in the first trailer for NBC's 12-episode series A.D., premiering on Easter Sunday next year (April 5). Executive produced by Mark Burnett and Roma Downey, A.D. Show More Summary
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Mark Burnett and Roma Downey' have assembled the cast for their 12-episode NBC event series A.D., set to premiere Easter Sunday, April 5. Richard Coyle (Crossbones), Vincent Regan (The Musketeers), Adam Levy (Borgia), Juan Pablo di Pace...Show More Summary
On a quiet Easter Sunday, a subway rider fell to the tracks from an otherwise empty platform in Manhattan. He tried to climb up to safety, but didn’t have the strength.
Another day… another NFL baller arrested. This time it’s ex-Atlanta Falcon, John Abraham. sigh [Sidebar: The last time I saw the 36 year old NFL star was Easter Sunday, and we were all rather tipsy and having a great time celebrating...Show More Summary
The beginning of summer means one thing in Cusco, Peru: Corpus Christi celebrations. The annual festival kicks off 60 days after Easter Sunday, and while it's celebrated all over Peru, Cusco's residents add a little extra flair. Celebrants...Show More Summary
Mike and Claire are a collaborative artist duo based in New York who craft bizarre worlds through GIFS, film, and performance. VICE readers may remember the psychedelic Easter Sunday GIFS they made for us a couple months back. In recent...Show More Summary
If you walk down the avenue fast enough, you might think that today is an ordinary Easter Sunday filled with joyous laughter and terrible church music. But if you are an observant individual who enjoys slow strides along the Brooklyn promenade, you may hear my friend Dolores's shrieks coming from the blue-fenced yellow house on the corner. Read more...
Google frequently decorates its logo to celebrate various holidays and special events. Last year Google honored Cesar Chavez on Easter Sunday. Last week Google celebrated the 40th Anniversary of the Rubik’s Cube. But Memorial Day this year drew a blank. … Continue reading ?
Phil Robertson, the patriarch of Louisiana's Duck Dynasty clan is being accused once again of making "anti-gay" remarks when he quoted Scripture during at sermon he delivered at his home church in West Monroe on Easter Sunday. Remarks not in a national magazine, nor on TV, nor in any other forum, but in church.
Looks like the brouhaha over Phil Robertson's anti-gay comments last year didn't convince the Duck Dynasty star to start censoring himself. In video from an Easter Sunday sermon just obtained by TMZ and Radar, Robertson is taped singing the same tune: "The wicked will not inherit the kingdom of God...
Gays are sinners and the media is to blame for his troubles. That was Phil Robertson’s Easter Sunday message. In the fiery speech, Robertson defended his controversial comments on homosexuality and blasted the media coverage that followed as “absurd” and of “blurring” the lines between “sinners” and homosexuals… “They were mad at me,” he tells […]
“Duck Dynasty” patriarch Phil Robertson — who was briefly suspended by A&E for likening homosexuality to bestiality in the December edition of GQ — doubled down on his comments in an Easter Sunday sermon at his hometown church.
Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson defended his controversial comments about homosexuality at an Easter Sunday church service in West Monroe, Louisiana. A video of the sermon has begun to circulate, showing Robertson describing his version of the interview with GQ's Drew Magary that got him suspended from his reality show last December.
Originally, this was supposed to be a post about Phil Robertson preaching more homophobic bullshit on Easter Sunday, but then I found this Toni Braxton item which is way more ridiculous than some Duck Dynasty idiot knowing he has a blank check from the Redneck Bank of America and cashing that bitch in. So here’s Read More...
Duck Dynasty's Phil Robertson gave a sermon on Easter Sunday blasting the media for scolding him about his anti-gay remarks, accusing them of being ignorant of the Bible, and reiterating what he said about gays, TMZ reports. Said Robertson: "They...