It's not easy being a Gleek. At least, it wasn't earlier this season. Aside from the sudden and tragic death of star Cory Monteith, and the subsequent sudden and tragic death of his character Finn Hudson, the Fox musical comedy (Tuesdays, 8/7c, Fox) felt a bit, well, off-key in the first part of Season 5. The story lines started to feel either predictable or haphazard, the music was bland and most of the theme episodes like The Beatles two-part tribute or "Previously Unaired Christmas," lacked a real purpose or message.
Thankfully, the show returned from its extended hiatus re-energized and looking — and more importantly sounding — like its old self. After weeks of letting Season 5 collect virtual dust on the DVR, here are eight reasons why it's time to ...
In her first TV interview since Cory Monteith's untimely death, Lea Michele opened up to Ellen DeGeneres about grieving and how she was able to move forward.
"It's certainly been a pretty rough year," Michele said. "But...
Kate Hudson, Lea Michele
Lea Michele had no shortage of supporters after Cory Monteith, her Glee co-star and real-life boyfriend, died earlier this year. Among them was actress Kate Hudson.
Chris Colfer and Darren Criss
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...
It's been two years since new episodes of Curb Your Enthusiasm last graced our television sets, but creator and star Larry David seems in no rush to make a decision about whether the comedy will be back at all, much less start work on a new season.
"That's not such a good question," David told reporters at Thursday's Television Critics Association's fall TV previews when asked about a possible ninth season. "I have not [decided]. I don't know. I really don't know. I couldn't say. Ask me in...
Erinn Bartlett and Oliver Hudson
Oliver Hudson and his wife Erinn have welcomed their third child, a baby girl named Rio.
The couple, who wed in 2006, are already parents to...
Look closely, Curb Your Enthusiasm fans — that really is Larry David in the new trailer for the upcoming HBO film Clear History.
Kelly Macdonald, Steve Buscemi
HBO has announced premiere dates for Boardwalk Empire and Eastbound & Down, the latter of which will end after its upcoming fourth season.
It took 21 episodes, but Jacob Artist's dreams finally came true on Glee's penultimate episode last week when he got to dance alongside series vet, and dancer extraordinaire Harry Shum, Jr.
"I said right when I got cast I would love to dance with Heather [Morris] or Harry, so when I read that in script, I was like...
Kevin McHale, Katey Sagal and Becca Tobin
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...