The first Glee trailer has arrived, and it will have you salivating over the upcoming fourth season.
The new season will see Rachel (Lea Michele) head to NYADA, where training under Kate Hudson may not be as easy as being the former leader of New Directions. Speaking of the glee club, they'll welcome a new member in the returning Glee Project alum Alex Newell, who is hilariously mistaken for someone else. Find out who in the trailer below:
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Enough with the Emily-Jack-Daniel triangle on Revenge. What's her relationship with Amanda gonna be like now that Amanda's pregnant with (maybe) Jack's baby? —Hailee
NATALIE: Well, they definitely won't be scheming buddies again... yet. "That scares Amanda [since] Emily's tried more than once to get rid of her," Margarita Levieva tells us. "Now that she's back with a baby and nowhere to go, I think the plan is to get Emily back on her side." By yourself and with a baby? Good luck with that!
Got any more Castle spoilers? Might we finally meet Castle's dad this season. — Regina
ADAM: Creator Andrew W. Marlowe gives us a firm...
Those still mourning the loss of Alcatraz — we won't lie, we are — will find some solace this fall when Sarah Jones joins the cast of CBS' new drama Vegas.
Vegas is inspired by the true story of Las Vegas Sheriff Ralph Lamb (Dennis Quaid), a rancher who goes up against powerful gangster Vincent Savino (Michael Chiklis) to help bring order to 1960s Sin City. Jones will play Mia, the smart and beautiful daughter of a Chicago heavy hitter, who works alongside Savino in the casino.
Alcatraz's Sarah Jones joins CBS' Vegas as new series regular
Last season, Jones also played a strong female on Fox's sci-fi drama Alcatraz, in which her character Rebecca Madsen went on the hunt for more than 300 guards and prisoners who vanished into thin air in 1963. Though the two characters are from two very different time periods, Jones says there are a few similarities between them...