The Glee Project

2011, TV Show


Ask Matt: Killing Finale Fallout, Thrones, Glee Changes and More!

Mireille Enos

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Question: I am still mulling over the finale of The Killing. As expected, there are a lot of people who hate it but I am not one of them. I think it is pretty clear that Richmond was the killer and Linden and Holder caught him. Holder faking the photo does not mean Richmond is innocent. It means that Holder took a shortcut because he was convinced that Richmond was guilty. I thoroughly enjoyed the show — it was like watching a novel unfold. I do like mystery novels a lot and I am particularly fond of character-driven mysteries, which is what we had here. What I am upset about is that I have to wait so long for ...
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Exclusive Glee Project Sneak Peek: The Cast Performs "Mad World"

The Glee Project

In a scene from this week's The Glee Project (airing Sunday at 9/8c on Oxygen), the aspiring TV stars perform a rendition of Tears for Fears' "Mad World" (in the style of the remake that Michael Andrews and Gary Jules did for the Donnie Darko soundtrack). They've clearly taken a page from Glee's Lady Gaga episode...
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Exclusive: Glee Boss Ryan Murphy Reveals Sue's New Nemesis

Jane Lynch

Is Mr. Schuester out of Coach Sue's crosshairs for good? It sure seems like it. He and Coach Sue called a truce at the end of last season, and now Glee boss Ryan Murphy says she's getting a new archrival!

"The winner of The Glee Project is the person who she hates the most in the history of the show," Murphy tells exclusively. The Glee Project, airing Sundays at 9/8c on Oxygen, is the reality competition aimed at finding new blood for McKinley. The winner gets a seven-episode arc when Glee returns this fall.

The Glee Project: The goal is too Ryan Murphy

Next season, Murphy says Sue (Jane Lynch) will get a new love interest and... read more

Ask Matt: Why We Love The Middle, Tonys-vs-Oscars, Glee Project, Grey's and More!

The Middle

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Question: I love that you constantly champion The Middle every time you mention Modern Family. Both shows are must-see TV in our house. Modern Family has great characters that make us laugh, and though most of the situations are unlikely to happen in real life, they pull it off and make it all seem almost normal. Lately, though, The Middle has been creeping into first place for the most laughs in one episode in our house. Unlike Modern Family, The Middle makes us laugh because we see ourselves in that family. I think every parent could relate to... read more

Exclusive Glee Project Sneak Peek: Dance, Damian, Dance!

Damian McGinty, Cory Monteith

Is it such a bad thing to dance like you're the next Finn Hudson?

In this exclusive first look at Sunday's new episode of The Glee Project (9/8c on Oxygen), the remaining contenders vying for a guest role on Glee learn some moves to Twisted Sister's "We're Not Gonna Take It."

The Glee Project: The goal is to woo Ryan Murphy

Or, at least, they try to. Series choreographer Zach Woodlee seems less than impressed, particularly with Celtic Thunder's Damian McGinty... read more

Glee Boss Still Wants Bruce Springsteen to Guest-Star

Bruce Springsteen

Rocker Bruce Springsteen is still at the top of the Glee producers' list for future guest stars, E! Online reports.

Five reasons Bruce Springsteen and Glee need to unite

The Boss' name was first thrown around as a possible guest star last season. Although Springsteen hasn't appeared on the show, executive producer Ian Brennan told E! he would still love to have him. And the part Brennan wants the musician to play? A motivational speaker.... read more

Exclusive Video: Get to Know the Cast of The Glee Project! (Who Wants to Be a Soap Star?)

The Glee Project

Brace yourselves, Glee fans. One of these kids is going to join the ranks at William McKinley.

In this exclusive clip from the premiere of Oxygen's win-a-seven-episode-role-on-Glee reality competition, The Glee Project, 12 hopefuls meet series choreographer Zach Woodlee, who asks them to write their own "Most Likely to Be...." yearbook superlatives.

The Glee Project: The goal is to woo Ryan Murphy

What they say, Woodlee tells them, should be about the character they want to project, or play on Glee. Their descriptions are very important because... read more

Matt's Weekend Picks: June 10-12

Michael B. Jordan, Friday Night Lights

Friday Night Lights (Friday, 8/7c, NBC)
Someone needs an attitude adjustment — and that someone is star player Vince (Michael B. Jordan), caught in a tug of war over his future between his arrogant ex-con dad and well-meaning Coach Taylor, who threatens to bench Vince if he can't be more of a team player. Meanwhile, coach's wife Tami has her hands full with problem student Epyck and their daughter Julie runs off to.... read more

The Glee Project: The Goal Is to Woo Ryan Murphy

The Glee Project

Trying to describe what makes someone right for Glee might just be impossible. Just ask series casting director Robert Ulrich, who, on Oxygen's The Glee Project (premiering June 12 at 9/8c), is tasked with recruiting a shiny new star for the high school musical from a pool of tens of thousands of rabid Gleeks.

Turns out the 12 finalists aren't necessarily the best singers, dancers or actors — though, certainly, having those skills helped. Rather, Ulrich says they all possess that difficult-to-pinpoint Glee spirit. Or, more to the point, they all have the potential to... read more

Watercooler: Who Was Glee's All-Star?

Jonathan Groff

It's time to play favorites, kids.

Last night on Glee, Jesse St. James and the worst teacher ever held auditions to see which of the New Directions crooners would take lead solo at Nationals next week (way to be prepared, Schu!). And while the tryouts all but crippled the emotional momentum of the main story — the death of Sue's sister — with ...
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Premiered: June 12, 2011, on Oxygen
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Premise: Performers vie for a seven-episode guest-star role on TV's "Glee" in this reality talent contest. A trio of mentors appraise the contenders' worth in various entertainment aspects, such as their individuality, theatricality and vulnerability. Actors from "Glee" appear and serve as guest mentors.


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