Unfortunately for new Glee kid Damian McGinty, his character Rory will fall madly and immediately in love with Brittany in Tuesday's episode — which will force Santana to go all Lima Heights Adjacent on him.
"I've had many scenes with Naya Rivera. She's terrifying," McGinty, 19, tells TVGuide.com. "Whenever Rory looks terrified, it's not even acting. I feel genuine fear."
Once Upon a Time there was an Evil Queen — but she wasn't the only evil force in all the land.
This Sunday's episode of Once will introduce the self-proclaimed Mistress of All Evil, Maleficent (True Blood's Kristin Bauer). In the original Sleeping Beauty story, Maleficent is the vengeful fairy who casts a spell upon Princess Aurora, causing her to fall into a deep sleep after being pricked by the spindle of a spinning wheel.
In the world of Once, however, Maleficent is...
Rescue Me's Andrea Roth has been tapped for a recurring role on The CW's noir thriller Ringer, TVGuide.com has learned.
Roth, who portrayed the estranged wife of Tommy (Denis Leary) on the FX firefighter series, will play...
And here we thought Nick was the resident bad boy of The Secret Circle...
Last week's arrival of his brother, Jake (Chris Zylka), signaled a new danger for the coven. Although they've been reluctantly trying to recruit this new Armstrong brother to replace the dearly departed Nick (RIP!), little do they know that it's actually Jake who has brought the witch hunters to Chance Harbor!
The Secret Circle boss dissects Nick's death and the coven's possible replacement
Beginning with this week's Halloween episode (Thursday, 9/8c on The CW), we'll see that Jake has set off a dangerous series of events stemming from...
Jonathan Groff, Samuel, Damian Mcginty
Watch out, New Directions: Jesse St. James is back!
Jonathan Groff will be returning to Glee as the former Vocal Adrenaline rival and one-time New Directions co-coach. This time, however, he'll go back to being the competition. At Wednesday's celebration for the 300th musical number — a soulful, booty-shakin' mashup of Adele's "Rumor Has It" and "Someone Like You" — series boss Ryan Murphy revealed that Groff's Jesse St. James would be returning as the new coach of Vocal Adrenaline.
A note about the mashup: It looked as though the kids performing it were members of
Ed Helms, Amber Riley, Michael C. Hall
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Got any scoop on The Office? — Matt
NATALIE: Someone (who may or may not be depicted above — Andy's da boss now, so he gets the photo) has a secret girlfriend! We have to admit we're a little saddened by the development, as it dashes the hopes — perhaps temporarily — of a hookup we thought was in the makings. Guesses?
On Glee, how can McKinley High have two glee clubs? They can't send them both to sectionals, right? — Jessica
ADAM: Did you not watch The Glee Project? Sometimes everybody wins! That said...
The list of ghosts on American Horror Story keeps growing. Among the formerly warm bodies we added last week: a woman from the 1920s who coaxed her husband, a doctor with a Frankenstein fetish, into performing abortions on starlets; Moira, who was shot by Constance back when Moira looked like Alexandra Breckenridge; and Hayden, whom Larry murdered because he apparently wants to help Ben not just out of the house but with all of his problems. (Oh come on, you know that's not the last you've seen of her!)
American Horror Story: Connie Britton answers burning questions
Unfortunately for the Harmons, Halloween has arrived, the day when the dead are allowed to make like they're living. In the first hour of a two-part Halloween event (Wednesday, 10/9c, FX), series bosses Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuck are handing out both tricks and treats. Here's what to expect: