When a young nun at a cloistered abbey in Romania takes her own life, a priest with a haunted past and a novitiate on the threshold of her final vows are sent by the Vatican to investigate. Together they uncover the order’s unholy secret. Risking not only their lives but their faith and their very souls, they confront a malevolent force in the form of the same demonic nun that first terrorized audiences in “The Conjuring 2” as the abbey becomes a horrific battleground between the living and the damned.
The story is set in 2018, 25 years after the original manga's "Video Girl Ai" arc ("Video Girl Len" arc was set seven years after the first arc). Sho Moteuchi (Shuhei Nomura) is a high school student. After his parents divorced, he begins to live with his uncle. At school, he develops feelings for his classmate Nanami, but Nanami likes his friend Tomoaki. One day, he finds an old broken video cassette recorder at his uncle’s house. Sho repairs the video cassette recorder and suddenly a video of girl plays. The girl in the video introduces herself as Video Girl Ai. The girl then steps out of the video and lives with Sho for the next 3 months.
School Attack is returning after a 10-year hiatus as School Attack (2018). Sechskies' Eun Ji Won, Momoland's JooE, and Highlight's Dongwoon have been chosen as the new MCs for the program. The show takes stars to a school to have a surprise concert. (Source: Allkpop)
A showcase of top animation from the UK's finest new talents.
A Dutch couple finds out the truth about the adoption of their daughter from Uganda.
The Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games
Eurovision 2018 beyond what you've seen on television screens. What is the story of the first Eurovision Song Contest made in Portugal? You can see what the stage construction is, the rehearsals, the team work and the bustle behind the scenes. Unpublished are revealed about an unforgettable operation that its protagonists help to record.
The 2018 KBS Drama Awards were held on December 31 at the KBS Hall in Yeouido, Seoul. Hosted by Uee and Jun Hyun Moo, the awards ceremony celebrated the best and brightest of the TV dramas that aired on KBS this year. The biggest award, the Daesang (Grand Prize), went to two veteran actors: Yoo Dong Geun (“Marry Me Now”) and Kim Myung Min (“The Miracle We Met”). Dramas that took home many prizes that evening included “My Only One,” which is in talks for an extension due to its immense popularity, and “Marry Me Now.”
The 2018 SBS Drama Awards celebrated many of the network’s brightest stars and best dramas from the past year! This year’s ceremony took place on December 31, and it was hosted by Shin Hye Sun, Lee Je Hoon, and Shin Dong Yup. The night’s Grand Award (Daesang) went to Kim Sun Ah and Kam Woo Sung of “Should We Kiss First,” who also won the Best Couple award.
The 2018 MBC Gayo Daejejeon will be held on December 31, and will be hosted by Noh Hong Chul, Girls Generation's YoonA, Shinee's Minho & Astro's Cha Eun-woo.
A Swedish quiz show with general knowledge questions, ranging from popular culture to biology and sports. Every week eight contestants compete for 10 000 kr and a place in the final rounds held in spring.
The 2018 Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA) held its finale in Hong Kong on December 14! The 2018 MAMA Week began in Korea on December 10 with a focus on rookie artists and music professionals, before featuring Fans’ Choice awards at the ceremony in Japan on December 12. The Worldwide Icon of the Year award, the first of this year’s Daesangs (grand prizes), went to BTS during the second ceremony. At the 2018 MAMA in Hong Kong ceremony, there were three Daesangs awarded. BTS received Album of the Year for “Love Yourself: Tear” and Artist of the Year, while TWICE won Song of the Year for “What Is Love?”
MAMA Fans Choice In Japan
The show features male and female K-pop entertainers, which competes in various sports competitions. At the championships, a total of ten events (four in athletics, two in ten-pin bowling, two in archery, one in aerobics and one in rhythmic gymnastics) were contested: six by men and five by women. There were more than 200 K-pop idols participating, divided into 14 teams.
An insider's view into the preparation of the 2018 World Football championship.