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Glee's co-creators are reportedly considering moving the show to New York City full time, TVLine.com reports.
The musical series, which currently splits its between...
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...
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The remaining 15 MasterChef contestants get what I call a true mystery box. It's full of strange international ingredients, including salt-cured tuna from Spain; Okinawan sweet potato; elk flank from northern Europe; Russian cod liver; rambutan from southeast Asia; and Chinese black moss.
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...
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[Spoiler alert: This story contains major plot points from Thursday's episode of Glee.]
Thursday's very special episode of Glee got fans talking — but not for all the right reasons. While some were touched by the show's moving...
Glee is pulling out all the stops for its last five episodes of the season.
Ryan Murphy tweeted an intriguing picture Tuesday that includes glee club alums Mercedes (Amber Riley) and Mike (Harry Shum Jr.) and a sweet moment between on-and-off couple Kurt and...
What gives Glee? This time last year on the Fox musical comedy, all anyone at McKinley High could talk about was graduation. Will Rachel get in to NYADA? Will Kurt get in to NYADA? Are Brittany and Puck actually going to graduate? And what the heck does Finn want to do with his life? But with only five episodes left this season — Glee returns next Thursday, April 11 at 9/8c — there's been nary a mention of D(iploma) day. Unfortunately, the New Directions' Class of 2013 is apparently too busy singing and spit-swamping to worry about what will happen to them after high school. Lucky for Blaine, Tina, Artie, Brittany and Sam, TVGuide.com has already masterfully carved out their next moves...
It turns out fans aren't the only ones sad about the major changes in Glee's fourth season. Naya Rivera, who plays Santana, told Vulture that she also misses the gool ol' days before New York and the newbies.
There's no new episode of Glee airing Thursday night, but behind the scenes, Feb. 28 is a big day for the Fox musical comedy.
"I actually have a meeting tomorrow morning at 11 where I have to pitch out not only the end of this year but the next year," co-creator and executive producer Ryan Murphy told TVGuide.com Wednesday at a Paley Center event honoring his work. "I think what I want to do — and I hope it is liked by the other people who control my paychecks — is... something that we've never done before. So, a different kind of storytelling — not what you would think.
"I didn't want to do something that we've done every year," Murphy continued. "I wanted to do...