All of Glee's McKinley High graduates are coming back for Season 4, but will they appear in every episode?
"I want ...
For a while it seemed as though Glee would suffer a mass cast exodus as graduating seniors Rachel, Finn and Kurt headed off to pursue theater-arts studies in the Big Apple. But now Fox has announced that the series will juggle both NYC and Ohio-set story lines, with Sarah Jessica Parker and Kate Hudson signing on as New York-based mentors. (I'm hearing the New York sets will be built in Hollywood so the cast will continue working together.) With nearly everyone expected back and no summer concert tour planned during their hiatus, for the first time in years the Glee cast has a couple of free months before heading back to work. Here's how they plan to spend the summer.
Cory Monteith (Finn): "I'm going to do an independent film...
Glee, Lea Michele and Chris Colfer
The Glee waiting game is over. At least a little. When announcing Fox's 2012-2013 TV schedule, entertainment president Kevin Reilly finally gave Gleeks a glimmer of what Season 4 will look like following the New Direction seniors' graduation. Instead of selfishly making Rachel (Lea Michele) and Kurt (Chris Colfer) hang around McKinley next year like Lima losers, the show will follow the duo to a performing arts school in New York — where they'll run into the likes of Kate Hudson and Sarah Jessica Parker — while also still keeping up with New Directions. But will the show be able to pull it off? We look at why this approach may or may not succeed...
Lots of changes are in store for Glee next season — and not just the move to Thursdays.
Season 4 of the Fox hit will adopt a show-within-a-show format, following Rachel & Co. to New York after they graduate high school this season, Fox Entertainment President Kevin Riley said Monday on a conference call with reporters about the network's fall schedule.
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"I think Glee's poised for a real creative renaissance this year," Reilly said. "We're gonna have a show-within-a-show following some ...
Fox Entertainment president Kevin Reilly has finally gotten his wish: A four-comedy lineup on Tuesday, pairing Raising Hope with new family comedy Ben & Kate at 8 p.m. and putting Mindy Kaling's new sitcom, The Mindy Project, behind New Girl.
Sarah Jessica Parker, Kate Hudson
Sarah Jessica Parker and Kate Hudson will guest-star on the fourth season of Fox's Glee, the network announced Monday.
Blake Lively, Sarah Jessica Parker
Awards season is over, but that doesn't mean we have to stop talking about fashion.
Even though Hollywood's biggest stars aren't walking the red carpet every other week, there are still plenty hot looks on your TV screen, thanks to a host of stylish TV characters. So we want to know: Who do you think is the most fashionable TV character ever? ...
Sarah Jessica Parker, Demi Moore
Sarah Jessica Parker will replace Demi Moore in Lovelace, Entertainment Weekly reports.
Parker will take over the role of feminist Gloria Steinheim in the biopic, which stars Amanda Seyfried as the titular character, pornstar Linda Lovelace...
It's after 9pm at the Bravo Clubhouse, the downtown Manhattan studio where Andy Cohen tapes his talk show, Watch What Happens: Live. The 43-year-old — who pulls double duty as exec vice president of talent and development for the network — has been going nonstop since 7:30am.
Did choosing a headline about Sister Act do him in? Or was it Simon's words of encouragement that led him down the wrong path? Perhaps, as judge Jerry Saltz suspects, exhaustion became a factor. Work of Art's Bayeté Ross Smith says the bottom line is he was sent home because his golden doorway just wasn't very good. TVGuide.com spoke with the 34-year-old multimedia artist, photographer and arts educator about what went wrong during this week's "Ripped from the Headlines" challenge, what the doors were supposed to say, and calling The Sucklord Sucklord: