All I'm saying is it's about damn time. On November 15, Glee will finally reveal why Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch) hates musical theater. As the kids prepare to stage West Side Story, "we wanted to show that Sue at one point had Broadway dreams," teases exec producer Ian Brennan.
A flashback shows 16-year-old Sue on stage belting out the title song from...
I've noticed Benson sporting a new necklace on Law & Order: SVU. Any significance? — Leslie, Saratoga, N.Y.
Plenty! The origin of the necklace — showcasing a Semper Fi Marine medallion (alongside two pendants representing Mariska Hargitay's Joyful Heart Foundation) — was explained in a scene cut from the October 12 episode. Olivia opens an envelope from...
Before The Real World, The Hills and Snooki, the M in MTV stood for music.
Counting down the minutes until Covert Affairs returns Tuesday? Here's something to tide you over until then: The first four minutes of the premiere!Check out photos from Covert AffairsThe episode kicks off with ...
Batman has gone global. As part of an initiative to fight crime around the world, Bruce Wayne has deputized a team of caped crusaders far beyond the borders of Gotham City. The African representative to this so-called "Batman Incorporated" project is David Zavimbe, aka Batwing, who now stars in his own monthly series from DC Comics. In issue No. 3 (on sale Wednesday in comic book stores and online), the fledgling hero has a brutal face-off with his first arch-enemy, Massacre.
Those famous 19th century fairy tales written by the Brothers Grimm were very grim indeed, full of madness, murder and mutilation. Perfect for a modern-day crime procedural!
Is the TV audience ready to embrace a second fantasy series this fall based on fairy-tale legends? ABC's whimsical Once Upon a Time got off to a strong start last Sunday, but NBC's Grimm — launching tonight (9/8c) — faces much tougher odds. You might almost say it's cursed.
Back when the Watercooler was but a wee sippy cup, It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown was the fall classic (no offense, baseball fans).
Chuck's Zachary Levi interrogates costar and new superagent Joshua Gomez.
Josh: Let's just get one thing straight. If you dare to Barbara Walters me and make me cry, it ain't gonna happen.
NBC gets into the fashion business this midseason with Fashion Star, hosted and executive produced by Elle Macpherson (yes, playing the role here of Heidi Klum).
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