Get ready to see a lot more of Trouty Mouth when Glee comes back for Season 4 this fall.
Chord Overstreet, who plays the literally big-mouthed Sam Evans, is in talks to return this season as a series regular...
Glee's Jenna Ushkowitz will take Gleeks behind the scenes of the hit show with her upcoming first book, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Choosing Glee will take a closer look at Ushkowitz's rise to fame and inspirational approach to life. "People ask me, 'How did you get here?' Well, I learned how to fight for what...
Kevin McHale is going for Round 2.
The Glee star will return to The Glee Project as a mentor for the second time in an upcoming episode that will feature...
Lea Michele, Chris Colfer
Lea Michele and Cory Monteith are getting in top shape this summer to tackle the physically demanding stories awaiting them this fall on Glee. I caught up with the real-life couple at the 11th Annual Chrysalis Butterfly Ball benefiting L.A.'s homeless and cosponsored by Grey Goose Vodka.
When Glee returns to Fox on Sept. 13, Kate Hudson will have joined the cast as a hard-ass New York Academy of the Dramatic Arts dance instructor, pitting her against...
Jessica Sanchez may have come in second to Phillip Phillips on American Idol this past May, but she may just come out on top on another Fox show.
The 16-year-old singer is in negotiations for a multi-episode arc on the new season of Glee, TVLine reports.
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According to the site, the Fox musical plans to...
Lea Michele and Cory Monteith
Contrary to reports, Glee will in fact be heading to Comic-Con this July.
For the fourth year in a row, Gleeks will have the chance to attend a star-studded panel at the San Diego-based convention.
All of Glee's McKinley High graduates are coming back for Season 4, but will they appear in every episode?
"I want ...
Cory Monteith, Naya Rivera, Samuel Larsen
Glee withdrawal is hard. We know. Thankfully, according to The Hollywood Reporter, you won't have to wait until fall to see some of your favorites back on the small screen.
Ok, raise your hand if Glee made you weepy last night. Don't worry, nobody is here to judge.
McKinley High's graduating class of 2012 went out on a high note with a season finale so solid, emotional and entertaining, you would have thought you were watching one of the show's first 13 episodes.
Filled with callbacks to the kids' early days in New Directions and perfectly picked tunes — everyone had to perform "goodbye" songs — it was only about, oh, six minutes into the hour before we started to well up. After that, it was on. Kurt's dad doing "Single Ladies." Will serenading his students with "Forever Young." Sue's speech to Quinn. The seniors' "You Get What You Give." One scene after another, we were happily reminded why we celebrated this show so hard when it first started. Glee felt like it found its heart again.
Over the last three seasons of Glee, Mr. Schuester (Matthew Morrison) has given more than a few weird homework assignments to the members of New Directions (see also: funk and disco weeks). But his final note on the whiteboard for the graduating seniors — "goodbye" — was a fitting, and slightly, OK, super tear-inducing challenge.
The Fox musical's long-awaited graduation episode was the perfect mix of the kids' past, present and future with dash of Glee's signature stretch of believability for good measure. The first half of the episode included many nods to...