Cory Monteith and Matthew Morrison
There's a new top dog on Glee, and for once it has nothing to do with one of Coach Sue's nefarious schemes to take down the New Directions. This Tuesday (8/7c, Fox), when Mr. Schue (Matthew Morrison) goes to Washington, former glee club star Finn Hudson (Cory Monteith) temporarily fills his dancing shoes. Finn may have logged three years crooning Journey and Queen, but he's still got a lot to learn about how to truly lead the glee club, especially with sectionals right around the corner. So to help him out, we compiled some of the most important lessons from Will's bumpy, but fun tenure thus far...
Blake Jenner and Melissa Benoist
The roles have been cast, the costumes have been made and — assuming Finn (Cory Monteith) figures out how to make a car fly on stage — McKinley High's production of Grease is all revved up on Glee.
Glee spoiler photos: Get a sneak peek at what's ahead
In new photos from the...
Harry Shum Jr. and Amber Riley
Finn (Cory Monteith) will have some big shoes to fill on Glee once he takes over as director of New Directions.
New Glee Photos: New Directions take on Grease and Brody takes off his shirt!
With the pressure mounting, Artie (Kevin McHale) will call in a few alumni — Mercedes (Amber Riley) and Mike Chang (Harry Shum) — to help out. How will they lend a hand? Watch the exclusive first look at Glee's return episode, which airs Thursday at 9/8c on Fox.
The Boys of Glee
Are those the T-Birds?! No, it's the boys of the New Directions!
Last month on Glee, Finn (Cory Monteith) helped the New Directions pick Grease as their school musical of the year, and in these new photos from the Nov. 15 episode, his dream looks very much realized.
"The best episode we have ever done." That's what Glee co-creator and executive producer Ryan Murphy is calling Thursday's episode of the musical comedy (9/8c on Fox), titled "The Break Up." The episode comes in during a major crossroads moment for several couples on the show. Rachel (Lea Michele) seems to be getting awfully cozy with that hot Ace of Base fan (Oh, Brody) and Kurt (Chris Colfer) is too busy exploring the Vogue couture vault to talk to Blaine (Darren Criss). One couple already bit the dust (RIP Chang Squared) so which couples should we cue the violins for? And which couples will be able to keep holding on? We break it down...
Cory Monteith, Lea Michele, Dean Geyer
What a Glee-lemma!
They sang, they danced (rather, seductively, we might add) and on Thursday's episode of Glee, Rachel (Lea Michele) finally...
Chord Overstreet and Jenna Ushkowitz
Glee's Season 4 premiere on Thursday answered many burning questions (Can Cassandra July actually out-dance her wide-eyed ingénues? Yes, she can!), but it also left fans with a set of new ones . When the heck is Finn coming back? Is Tina going to be mean forever? What's next for Klaine after Kurt's teary goodbye? And most importantly, what other celebrity impressions can we expect from Sam next? We got the answers to all those and more...
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....
That's the word Glee co-creator and executive producer Ian Brennan uses to describe the summer of 2011 when it was reported that stars Lea Michele, Chris Colfer and Cory Monteith would be among the graduating seniors and would not be returning Season 4.
"I was like, 'I can't believe this is such a huge deal,'" Brennan tells TVGuide.com. "We had to do a lot of reassuring to people: Not only are you not going to miss any of the characters you love this season, but we're probably going to follow them when they graduate. It was more of a nuisance than anything...
Will New York swallow poor little Rachel Berry (Lea Michele) whole?
That's the question posed by Glee's new Season 4 poster, revealed by co-creator Ryan Murphy on — where else? — Twitter Thursday.
In a nod to the show's Season 1 ad campaign, Kate Hudson, who plays Rachel's tough-as-nails new NYADA teacher puts the "L" in "glee" over the head of a very scared-looking Rachel...