Glee is back with new episodes Tuesday (8/7c, Fox), and after two months off the air, New Directioners both old and new have a lot of ground to cover.
In addition to teaching important whiteboard lessons on frenemies and trios, the next batch of episodes will bid adieu to another group of...
Melissa Benoist, Alex Newell
The percentage of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) characters on broadcast networks in primetime has dropped, according to a new report from GLAAD released Friday.
According to the organization's annual "Where We Are On TV" study, LGBT characters make up...
Aylin Bayramoglu, Blake Jenner
Oxygen has canceled The Glee Project after two seasons, The Hollywood Reporter reports.
"The Glee Project will not be returning to Oxygen, but we are extremely proud of this series, which launched the careers of several talented individuals. The show had so much heart and we thank Ryan Murphy and all of the creative talent who helped make the series a critical darling," Oxygen said in a statement.
The Glee Project
Is The Glee Project coming back for a third season? Depends on who you believe.
On Monday, TVLine reported that Oxygen wasn't moving forward with the reality show. But Oxygen says it hasn't pulled the plug. At least not yet. In a statement issued late Monday, a network...
Melissa Benoist, Alex Newell, Jenna Ushkowitz
Most of the hype for the new season of Glee has been focused on the show's new setting — New York! — and new students. So when the Fox musical welcomed back a familiar face, namely one of the New Directions' former competitors — to join the glee club in Season 4, fans were shocked. But not as shocked as the actor himself, Glee Project Season 1 finalist Alex Newell.
"I was packing my bags to do a show in a different state," Newell, who plays Wade "Unique" Adams, tells TVGuide.com. "My agent called and said, 'Sweetie, you won't be doing that show.' I was like, 'Oh, OK.' She's like, 'Because you're going to be on Glee.'"
Insert Newell's vibrant scream here....
Few shows experience growing pains more publicly than Fox's Glee, the exuberant and irreverent — and often painfully inconsistent — coming-of-age musical comedy that is in a seemingly constant state of reinvention, often at its own peril. Coming off the most significant upheaval to date, a graduation-day finale that sent a number of its most prominent characters (Rachel, Kurt, Finn, Quinn, Santana, Mercedes, Mike Chang) into the world beyond Lima, Ohio, Glee rebounds in the fourth season with a terrifically entertaining season opener on a new night and time (Thursdays, 9/8c). Glee may never be able to recapture its initial glow and buzz, but if this is an indication of its future, I like where it's heading.
Be careful what you wish for, Rachel Berry. A freshman at the New York Academy of the Dramatic Arts, McKinley High's star graduate will instantly encounter both a new villain to take the place of Sue and a love interest to fill in for enlisted man Finn.
On the evil side, Kate Hudson shimmies in for six episodes as dance teacher Cassandra July. "I'm having an absolute blast....
So much for absence making the heart grow fonder?
After spending an entire summer away from McKinley High, away from glee club and away from each other, the new seniors of the New Directions don't exactly look happy to see each other in this new clip from Thursday's season premiere of Glee (9/8c on Fox).
Glee video: Kate Hudson heats up with sexy Gaga/J. Lo mash-up
In the sneak peek, Blaine...