Sure, you've probably heard Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe" over 100 times this summer, but you'll definitely be hearing it at least once more come fall.
As we predicted, Glee will cover the catchy summer tune in Season 4, TVGuide.com has confirmed. Members of...
Yeah, we know. After months of blasting the "hit song" of the summer in the car, in the gym and at home, it feels like having to listen to the ubiquitous "Call Me Maybe" one more time could drive someone over the edge. But what if instead of Carly Rae Jepsen's vocals, it was Rachel Berry (Lea Michele) singing a slowed-down arrangement as she explores the single life in New York?
Glee's Ryan Murphy Tweets Spoilers: The first group song, Sam's new lady and a break-up
Glee has recycled the most overplayed and stale pop songs to great success for three seasons, whether it be the Warblers' a capella take on Katy Perry's "Teenage Dream" or the New Directions' first group performance of the karaoke staple "Don't Stop Believin'." So who's to say the glee clubbers can't achieve the same success with the current must-have songs of the summer? We examined the best and brightest offerings from Top 40 radio to offer the show's writing staff a few friendly suggestions for the new season. You're welcome!
There's still more than a month before the new season of Glee kicks off, but luckily, there are plenty of unseen treasures from last season to tide Gleeks over.
As part of his extended welcome to Twitter, co-creator Ryan Murphy tweeted links to not one, but two never-before-seen videos.
Glee's Ryan Murphy tweets deleted Klaine scene
The first, entitled "The Santana 'Coming Out Scene,'" our favorite Lima Heights Adjacent resident (Naya Rivera) confirms her homosexuality to...
Chord Overstreet, Sarah Jessica Parker
Ryan Murphy sure knows how to make an entrance. The showrunner behind Glee, American Horror Story and NBC's upcoming comedy The New Normal has only been on Twitter for a day, but he seems to be taking to the 140-character format very quickly.
In his first day on the social networking site, the Emmy winner posted revealing behind-the-scenes pictures from two of his shows — one of Lea Michele with guest star Kate Hudson and the other of new American Horror Story cast member Adam Levine posing with an image known only as "bloody face." Here are six more spoilers Murphy shared with Gleeks Tuesday...
Lea Michele and Kate Hudson
Rachel Berry (Lea Michele) may have left Lima, Ohio and glee club teacher Mr. Schue behind months ago for the bright lights of New York City on Glee, but she's got a new mentor whom you might recognize.
Kate Hudson will recur this upcoming season as one of Rachel's teachers at NYADA. Although we hear she is going to be a bit tougher on Ms. Berry, behind the scenes Hudson and Michele shared...
A familiar face will officially be returning to McKinley High in the fall.
Glee's Chord Overstreet has finalized a deal for his character, Sam Evans, to return as a series regular this season, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
In other Glee news, details have emerged about the previously announced guest roles for Sarah Jessica Parker and Kate Hudson this season.
Jacob Artist, Dean Geyer
Finchel fans may not be happy with this news: Dean Geyer has been cast as a potential love interest for Rachel Berry (Lea Michele) on Glee, Fox announced Monday.
Jacob Artist has also joined the cast as Puck's younger half-brother.
In the new season, Rachel heads to New York to attend New York Academy of the Dramatic Arts, where she meets Brody Weston (Geyer), a handsome upperclassman who shows an interest in her. Geyer's credits include a stint on the Australian soap Neighbours, Australian Idol and a guest-starring role on Terra Nova.
Growing up is hard to do — even for the kids of Glee.
After graduating from McKinley High last spring, Rachel, Kurt and the rest of the seniors are going to have a tough time in the "real world" when the show returns this fall (Sept. 13 at 9/8c).
"That's what this season is about, to me — going from this very cozy, family environment where it's all about following your dreams and then all of a sudden that's done and you're expected to go out into the real world and try to make it work and try to pay rent," executive producer Ian Brennan told reporters at Comic-Con Saturday. "What does it mean when you tell kids to follow your dreams no matter how hard it is but then it's really hard....
Nathan Fillion, Alexander Skarsgard, Emilia Clarke
As the ultimate fan experience, Comic-Con will take over San Diego Thursday through Sunday with more spandex-wearing superheroes, buff bloodsuckers and kawaii cosplayers than Thor could shake Mjolnir at. TVGuide.com will venture into this chaotic sea of costumes to get the scoop on the latest entertainment news. Here are 13 things we're looking forward to the most at Comic-Con...