Glee creator Ryan Murphy is calling for a boycott after a recent Newsweek article that argues gay actors aren't believable playing straight men.
In an open letter released Tuesday, he called the Newsweek column a "damaging, needlessly cruel and mind-blowingly...
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Anything good coming up for Lexie on Grey's Anatomy? — Kelly
ADAM: Well, how "good" you find this scoop may depend on whether you prefer Lexie with Alex — her on-call roommate — or Mark, who's lately been giving his attention to Teddy. "There is a very surprising, very lovely moment coming where Mark takes a stand and makes a play for Lexie," creator and executive producer Shonda Rhimes tells us. "I think it's very beautiful and it's going to be interesting to see."
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The semifinal is set as Dancing with the Stars cuts one more couple. Which pair fell short of the final four? Find out below! Plus: The College Dance Championship kicks off and DanceCenter returns!
Tuesday's episode of Lost answered a lot of questions, but ultimately felt like a padded hour, an unnecessary detour from the action this late in the game. "Across the Sea" fills in the backstory of Jacob and the Man in Black, and how their relationship with a third person has shaped their island existence. It's a rhetorically rigorous journey, what with so many things having been said rather than done. Let's see what we learned.
Tuesday's episode of Glee — "Laryngitis" — finds Rachel panicking when she gets a sore throat, Kurt trying to change his personality to please his father and Puck making a strategic move to climb the social ladder.
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Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood and Lady Antebellum each received a leading three nominations for the CMT Music Awards.
Swift, 20, and Underwood, 27, will square off for video of the year and female video of the year with...
Pre-production has begun on a six-part Spartacus: Blood and Sand prequel to air in January, Starz announced Tuesday.
The untitled project, which will start shooting this summer, will focus on the rise of the House of Batiatus and its champions before...
Wonder Woman star Lynda Carter is pumped about all the talk surrounding a big-screen remake of her 1970s superhero series, and her pick to play the lead is none other than Sandra Bullock.
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"I think it is the quality Sandra Bullock has in all her characters that needs to be in Wonder Woman," says Carter. "You identify with pieces of them all. You can't play Wonder Woman ... you have to be a knowable woman."
For more from Carter, including why she would consider a cameo in the remake and the latest on her new jazz album, At Last, watch the video after the jump.