New Grimm season 4,episode 9 official spoilers,storyline dished by NBC. Recently, NBC dished out the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming “Grimm” episode 9 of season 4, and it turns out that things will get very intense and interesting when Monroe finds himself held captive, waiting for Nick and Hank to rescue him.
New Grimm season 4,episode 9 currently delayed,won’t air til early January 2015. Hey, “Grimm” folks. Unfortunately, we have to tell you guys that you’re going to have to wait a few more weeks until you can view a new episode of your favorite show. If you were searching for it last night, we’re sure you were quite disappointed as it didn’t air due to its long winter break that it’s on.
New Vampire Diaries season 6,episode 10 intense promo sneak peek clip released. Last night, CW gave us a new promo/spoiler clip (below) for their new “The Vampire Diaries” episode 10 of season 6, and it shows us that Kai will definitely be up to no good as will Enzo as he still wants to destroy Stefan’s life, and more! The episode is labeled, “Christmas Through Your Eyes.”
Philip Seymour Hoffman suicide? Whether he meant to it or not, that’s exactly what happened. The Hunger Games and Capote star killed himself over the weekend and we are more angry than sad about his death.
Let’s be honest, whether it is politically correct or not. We have to stop glossing over these deaths and calling them ‘accidents’ and ‘terrible tragedies’ and celebrating celebrities who kill themselves with drugs and alcohol if it is ever going to stop.
We’re just sick of it. We are exhausted by people who have fame, power, wealth and often, beautiful families, who keep wasting their lives like this. Heath Ledger, Amy Winehouse, Corey Monteith, and now Philip Seymour Hoffman dead as well. The list just goes on and on and on. Yes, addiction is a disease.
Nelson Mandela dead at 95! Unfortunately this is not another Nelson Mandela death hoax. The sad news has just been officially announced that South African anti-apartheid activist and leader Nelson Mandela died on Thursday at 8:50 PM local time in his home country. South African President Jacob Zuma said in a press statement that Nelson Mandela is “now at peace” but the people of his country and the world are now in deep mourning over his loss.
Nobel Peace Prize laureate Nelson Mandela spent 27 years in prison after being convicted of treason by a white minority government for his anti-apartheid activism. He was later released from prison and negotiated a peaceful transition from white-minority rule in the 1990s.
A huge 7.3 magnitude Japan earthquake struck off the coast of the Fukushima region of Japan at 2:10 AM Tokyo time (1:10 PM ET) on Friday. According to the U.S. Geological Service, the epicenter for the Japan quake was 231 miles east of Honshu Island. A tsunami warning has been issued for Fukushima Prefecture in response to the quake.
Although NOAA’s Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said in a statement that a Pacific-wide tsunami is not expected, Japanese residents near the affected coast have been warned to go inland. “Marine threat is in place,” the Japan Meteorological Agency stated in a tsunami warning issued at 1:14 PM ET. “Get out of the water and leave the coast immediately.”
An American Idol lawsuit brought by former contestants on the show accusing producers of racial discrimination will move forward. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has ruled that 10 black American Idol hopefuls who were disqualified from the show for reasons other than their singing will be allowed to sue FOX and the show’s production company, 19 Entertainment.
The plaintiffs in the American Idol lawsuit claim that the show has demonstrated a pattern of racial discrimination over the show’s history. They are accusing producers of using the arrest records of black male contestants against them to get them kicked off the show. According to the suit, 31 percent of black American idol semi-finalists were disqualified for reasons “unrelated to their singing talent.” Moreover, the lawsuit claims that no white or non-black contestant has ever been disqualified from American Idol on the series.