When Ryan Murphy was an altar boy, he was obsessed with the Shroud of Turin, a centuries-old piece of cloth said to bear the face of Jesus. On Tuesday's episode of Glee, Finn will see God in his grilled cheese sandwich. (He proceeds to ask the "Cheesy Lord" to grant him three wishes.)
Having the glee club wrestle with matters of faith could be controversial. Outside of 7th Heaven and similarly earnest shows, religion is a rare presence in primetime television. Could Glee, with its brand of biting, often politically incorrect humor, be sensitive enough to do justice to the hot-button topic?
On the surface, Finn's divine discovery is just another way to mock the sweetly dim character. But in the same episode, Glee delves deeper into serious questions of faith when a tragedy prompts Kurt to reveal that he doesn't believe in God...
The Good Wife's Kalinda is always investigating and revealing details about those around her, but her own life is a bit of a mystery. Archie Panjabi, who plays Kalinda, says viewers will soon learn more.
"You're definitely going to see a few more layers peeled off Kalinda," the Emmy winner told TVGuide.com at The Good Wife Season 1 DVD release party.
Bethany Joy Galeotti
Following the recent death of her mother and near-death of her sister, Quinn, One Tree Hill's Haley James Scott (Bethany Joy Galeotti) knows plenty about hardship. Now that Quinn is out of the woods, Haley will put her experiences to good use, as she helps others by joining a crisis center.
"Haley decides when Quinn is in peril, 'I want to give back,' and says, 'If you'll just see her through this I'll be better about remembering that I have a lot of good things in my world,'" creator Mark Schwahn tells TVGuide.com.
One Tree Hill's Mark Schwahn: Season 8 will be A return to form
Kanye West, Saturday Night Live
Kanye West's Saturday Night Live appearance had everything — a pristine all-white set, 30 dancers, and one of West's most brilliant, emotive performances. But one thing was missing: A verse in his first song, "Power" dissing the entire show.
The original version of the song includes the line...
The Amazing Race
Bad taxi luck struck again on The Amazing Race — this time eliminating Andie DeKroon, 43, and the daughter she put up for adoption and is getting to know, Jenna Sykes. "It did stink because we all left the airport at the same time. We got in the cab, I had a map and said, 'This is where we're going,'" Jenna, 21, tells TVGuide.com. "He took us in a complete circle the wrong way." It only got worse as two more cab drivers let them astray later in the leg in Accra, Ghana, ending their Race experience, which the duo was using to get to know each other. But why was the show of all things the "perfect way" for them to bond?
This week we are in East Setauket, NY building a home for the Lutz Family. What's really amazing about this family is that they're a family of 18 adopted kids — six of those children have Down syndrome.
Kathleen, the eldest, took over the care of her siblings when their parents passed away. She has been holding this family together and it's been a lot of work for her. The work that Kathleen does in caring for her siblings is absolutely phenomenal. With Down syndrome, these kids will never be able to go out into the real world, live on their own or have real jobs. So this week, we're bringing the real world to them.