Cameras rolled Wednesday on Katey Sagal's first day on Glee and it didn't take long for the Sons of Anarchy star to get close with her new TV son.
"Gleefully being Artie's mom!! Sooo sweet!! Hangin with beautiful Becca and...
Glee hits its 500th musical performance Thursday (9:30/8:30c on Fox), so in honor of that milestone, we decided to make a big production over New Directions' new powerhouse Melissa Benoist, 24. If you think her Marley Rose is a sweetheart, that's nothing compared to the delightful Colorado native who plays her.
So far this season, the hard exterior of Glee newbie Jake Puckerman (Jacob Artist) has thawed to reveal a sweet and surprisingly tender center. But the younger Puckerman will reveal even more when the boys of New Directions strip for a racy school calendar in Thursday's episode (9/8c on Fox), appropriately titled "Naked."
Artist, 20, is the first to admit he was nervous to show some skin on the Fox musical, but says his cast mates helped calm him down. "I think that we help each other out so much on those days where we have to...
Attenion all Gleeks! Melissa Benoist, who plays Marley Rose on the Fox musical comedy, has a very important announcement.
"Some people tweeted me that they thought she was dead, but she is not dead," Benoist tells TVGuide.com. "She is alive."
Phew! But just because the glee club newbie survived a fainting spell brought on by her eating disorder during Sectionals, her battle is far from over. Not only will Marley have to start taking better care of herself — physically and emotionally — but she'll also have to work to win New Directions over after jeopardizing their shot at Regionals. Benoist talked to TVGuide.com about Marley's road to recovery, her research for the "daunting" storyline and the possibility of another Glee tour...
Sure, that headline may sound most reminiscent of Bob Barker's famous parting line on The Price is Right, but unfortunately, we're talking about a much bigger issue than having the feline population spayed or neutered. Ever since Glee returned for its fourth season in September, there's been a new bully sending fear into the hearts of New Direction members — and pretty much all McKinley outcasts. But while Coach Sue drew big laughs and critical acclaim as the sharp-tongued villain, the character of Kitty (Becca Tobin) is no laughing matter.
In her first episode alone, Kitty spewed insults of the racist, homophobic and elitist variety too evil to be funny. Sure, in Glee's heyday Coach Sue went nary an episode without berating the New Directioners, but...