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...
It's about time!
Ever since Rachel Berry (Lea Michele) left Lima for the big city on Glee, Tina (Jenna Ushkowitz) has been desperately trying to take over her throne as queen bee by acting demanding, narcissistic and just plain overly confident.
Glee spoiler photos: Get a sneak peek at what's ahead
Thankfully, in this sneak peek from Thursday's new episode (9/8c), someone calls Miss Thang out on her "ridiculous trash" and...
The halls of McKinley High — not to mention NYADA — were left littered with broken hearts after the first half of Glee's fourth season, in which longtime fan-favorite couples such as Finchel, Klaine and Brittana split. But it looks like love is the air for a more than few of our favorite New Direction-ers past and present when the series returns with new episodes Thursday at 9/8c on Fox. "I think Rachel is kind of diving in head first with Brody a little bit," Lea Michele tells TVGuide.com. "I think that they definitely move a little faster just because he's a little older and because they're in college now."
Brachel — or should we say Rady? — aren't the only lovebirds heating up...
It seems like just yesterday that Glee's Finn (Cory Monteith) and Puck (Mark Salling) were rocking to Bruce Springsteen's "Glory Days" and getting their diplomas with the rest of the graduating seniors. But in just a few short months, a whole new crop of New Directions seniors will be turning their tassles.
During a visit to the Fox musical dramedy on Wednesday, executive producer Dante DiLoreto revealed the McKinley High Class of 2013 will include Blaine (Darren Criss), Tina (Jenna Ushkowitz), Artie (Kevin McHale), Brittany (Heather Morris) — for realz this time — and possibly Sam (Chord Overstreet). So does that mean Rachel (Lea Michele) and Kurt (Chris Colfer) should make room in their Brooklyn loft for some new roomies? Not necessarily. "I wouldn't be surprised if [you find] another cast member or a few other cast members ... in New York. That story has yet to reveal itself, but it seems like one of those natural conclusions," DiLoreto said. "Just like we all do in high school, they're going to different places and hopefully those are stories that we can blossom."
The Hunger Games was the true victor of the 2013 People's Choice Awards. The blockbuster took away five trophies, including favorite movie and favorite movie actress for star Jennifer Lawrence's performance.
Katy Perry won three awards at the ceremony for favorite female artist, favorite pop artist and for her "Part of Me" video.
Dianna Agron and Naya Rivera
Brace yourself, New York: Santana Lopez is headed your way!
On Tuesday, Glee co-creator Ryan Murphy posted a photo of Santana (Naya Rivera) sititng besides frenemy Quinn (Dianna Agron) with the caption: "New York visitation." It looks like the two are sitting in Rachel (Lea Michele) and Kurt's Brooklyn loft, but why...
Lea Michele recently opened up to Marie Claire about everything fans might want to know about the actress — including her relationship with Glee co-star Cory Monteith!
"I don't even remember a time when he wasn't my boyfriend," Michele, who split from Theo Stockman last September, confesses to the magazine.
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[Spoiler alert! This story reveals plot point from Thursday's episode of Glee. If you haven't watched, avert your eyes now!]
Six months ago, it was the rejection no Glee fan saw coming. After killing it for his NYADA audition — in gold lamé pants and all — with his performance "Not the Boy Next Door," Kurt (Chris Colfer) was rejected by the performing arts school of his dreams while...
Kate Hudson and Lea Michele
Ever since Rachel (Lea Michele) first set foot in Cassandra July's NYADA dance class on Glee, the two have been at odds. About Cassandra's teaching style. Her unusual drinking habits. Her career. And most recently, about Brody (Dean Geyer).
So how are these two talented and headstrong women supposed to settle their...