[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from Thursday's episode of Glee. Read at your own risk, and preferably with tissues.]
From the beginning, Glee was always about...
Despite the show's title, it's a little tough to feel happy and excited about Glee this season. Following the sudden death of Cory Monteith this past July, many of the headlines about the series have been about the death of his character, beloved quarterback and New Directions member-turned-substitute director Finn Hudson, and how the series will move forward without one of its most important characters. For Gleeks across the country and around the world, the thought of watching Glee without Finn is a sad one. However, like any good musical, the show must go on, especially when that show is known for delivering heart, humor and those feel-good moments. Glee returns for its fifth season Thursday (9/8c, Fox), and although there's something missing from the new season, there are plenty of other reasons to tune in for Season 5...
Glee's season premiere is still more than three weeks away, but fans can get an early look at what songs to expect for the show's upcoming tribute to The Beatles.
The Season 5 premiere, titled "Love, Love, Love," sees New Directions faced with their biggest assignment yet: The Beatles! Mr. Schue (Matthew Morrison) will enlist the kids to pay homage to...
Will Glee's Tina Chang make it to veterinary school after she graduates? Jenna Ushkowitz hopes not.
"I would like to see her go and at least try to pursue her acting career," Ushkowitz tells TVGuide.com in the video below.
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When the Fox series returns in the fall, Tina will be in the middle of her senior year, as she prepares for Nationals, awaits admission to veterinary school and, most importantly, finds out if Blaine (Darren Criss) will propose to Kurt (Chris Colfer). Regarding the latter, Ushkowitz says, "She knows that Kurt and Blaine are going to get back together at some point and she won't have Blaine all to herself. But she's living in this delusional world where she thinks there's a chance."
Get ready, Gleeks. The song that started it all is back to play a major role in Rachel's first run at Broadway on tonight's episode of Glee.
"[Creator] Ryan [Murphy] called and said, 'Rachel is going to have her Funny Girl audition, so she has to do some Barbra Streisand, and then she does something very emotional, but I'm not telling you what it is,'" says Lea Michele with a laugh. "I was like...