April 22, 2013 | 02:49 PM PDT
We're thrilled, too! And relieved!
April 12, 2013 | 10:00 AM PDT
It's been less than four months since the Sandy Hook tragedy left 27 dead in Newtown, Connecticut. So understandably, many are upset at Glee's episode last night after it depicted a shooter at McKinley High. The episode began with a disclaimer reading, "This episode of Glee addresses the topic of school violence. Viewer discretion is advised."
Newtown parents are saying the episode is too soon. One parent told NBC, "This close to the tragedy without any warning, I believe was inconsiderate." The Newton superintendent of schools issued a warning to parents regarding the show's content prior to its airing.
Where do you stand? It's important to educate ourselves on the dangers of school violence, but there's also an element of Glee dramatizing it for ratings…
October 14, 2012 | 08:07 AM PDT
Check out these fuh-reaky new images from American Horror Story. Well, one HELLA freaky pic, and one hhheella seksi pic. I can't wait for season two of American Horror Story: Asylum to start up on October 17th. Ryan Murphy's whacked-out mind created a new way for Jessica Lange and Zachary Quinto to be even creepier. Not to mention James Cromwell, Sarah Paulson, Lily Rabe, Joseph Fiennes, and of course, last but not least, my fantasy hawttie, Adam Levine. Get ready freaks.
October 07, 2012 | 02:17 PM PDT
September 17, 2012 | 12:00 PM PDT
You might have noticed that former lead cast member Dianna Agron is no longer listed with the central cast for season 4. Now reports are circulating that Quinn Fabray may be written off the show in the next few episodes. According to Us Weekly, Agron requested the exit and came to an agreement with producers to let her go. However, Diana's rep dismissed the rumors over the weekend saying the reports are false.
I guess we'll just have to wait and see!
August 18, 2012 | 06:06 AM PDT
August 15, 2012 | 02:02 PM PDT
PS - anyone watch The Glee Project finale last night?? Excited about Blake joining the show??
January 26, 2012 | 11:00 AM PST
You might not like Glee. I get that. Sometimes I can't stand it either. But you can't not like Michael Jackson. It's Un-American and downright insane to not love the King of Pop. So there's no reason not to tune in next Tuesday when Glee honors the legend by covering the following tracks:
NBC won the bidding war for a new sitcom based around a gay couple dealing with their surrogate. Not sure how original that is, but do we love shows about people as first time parents? YOU BETCHA! (Here's looking at you Up All Night!)
No word on who'll star... but in August, NBC did hint that Sean Hayes might be in a new sitcom about a gay couple raising their son. So...Hmmm...Wouldn't that be the second unoriginal idea for this series?!
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