There's more tearful soul-searching than singing in Fox's Glee (Thursday, 8/7c) as the show tackles an issue that couldn't be more timely and topical, on Capitol Hill and in any community that worries about its children's safety in the wake of recent (and not-so-recent) tragedies. The episode is titled "Shooting Star," which should give you an indication of just what triggers such intense emotional anxiety in the halls of McKinley High. Some would argue that the way the story ultimately plays out trivializes the issue, and maybe they're right, but as unpleasant realities seep into what is usually a musical-comedy fantasy, the glee club won't be the only ones left shaken and perhaps even a little more awakened.read more
Getting a second chance doesn't just resonate with the participants on USA's first reality series The Moment, but also with the show's host, Kurt Warner, and the show's executive producer, Charlie Ebersol.
"The premise fits so succinctly with what my story is and how my career played out," Warner tells TVGuide.com. "To be able to step in as a host and offer people a second opportunity to chase their dream knowing what a second opportunity meant to me, to my career, to my family, it lines up exactly with what I wanted to do moving forward."read more
USA's first unscripted show The Moment, hosted by Kurt Warner, will premiere on Thursday, April 11 at 10/9c, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
The series features one person each week who will get a second chance to pursue their dream careers, include driving for a Nascar racing team, America's Cup sailboat racing and even designing costumes for a Broadway musical. Under the expert guidance of a world-class mentor, each contestant will prepare for the interview of a lifetime. At the end of each episode, the contestant will possibly be offered the job and must decide whether to accept and change their life forever or go back home to their family.read more