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Last night, Fox served up the new promo/spoiler clip (below) for their upcoming "Glee" episode 17 of season 5, and it appears to be quite dramatic and intense as Rachel totally freaks out over her upcoming Broadway premiere, she also has special visitors coming to see her, and more. The episode is titled, "Opening Night." In the new,17th episode, The time will finally arrive for Rachel to hit that Broadway stage for her big debut in "Funny Girl," and she will also have some very special guest arriving to support her career-defining moment. It stars: Lea Michele as Rachel Berry; Matthew Morrison as Will Schuester; Jane Lynch as Sue Sylvester; Naya Rivera as Santana Lopez; Chris Colfer as Kurt Hummel; Amber Riley as Mercedes Jones; Darren Criss as Blaine Anderson; Chord Overstreet as Sam Evans; and Lauren Potter as Becky Jackson. Episode 17 is scheduled to air on Tuesday night, April »
Recently, Fox served up the new, official,synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Glee" episode 17 of season 5. The episode is entitled, "Opening Night," and it sounds like things will get quite interesting and exciting as Rachel serves up her huge Broadway debut, has a special guest, and more! In the new,17th episode press release: The night has finally arrived for Rachel's (Lea Michele) Broadway debut in "Funny Girl," and she is going to have a very special guest in town to support her career-defining moment. It stars: Lea Michele as Rachel Berry; Matthew Morrison as Will Schuester; Jane Lynch as Sue Sylvester; Naya Rivera as Santana Lopez; Chris Colfer as Kurt Hummel; Amber Riley as Mercedes Jones; Darren Criss as Blaine Anderson; Chord Overstreet as Sam Evans; and Lauren Potter as Becky Jackson. Episode 17 is set to air on Tuesday night, April 22nd at 7pm central time on Fox. »
Glee, Season 5, Episode 15, “Bash”
Written by Ian Brennan
Directed by Bradley Buecker
Airs Tuesdays at 8pm Et on Fox
The somber opening to Glee’s “Bash” sets the tone for the episode and it’s a somber one. The acapella version of “No One is Alone”, originally from the musical Into the Woods, is haunting and beautiful. Somehow even the comedic relief, Sam Evans, is quiet and that speaks volumes to the seriousness of the issue being addressed.
It is always a treat to see Lea Michele or Darren Criss do a Broadway number. Despite Madame Tibaduex’s disapproval, it is especially nice to see them perform together, this time doing their own theatrical rendition of “Broadway Baby” from Follies. I’d imagine due to the close proximity between Michele and Criss’s characters’, Rachel and Blaine will probably be singing some more Broadway ditties in the future.
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- Rachel Brandt
Get ready for Mad Men's new season with some trailers - Rotten Tomatoes What you'll see in the sequel to The Lego Movie - HuffPost Entertainment What if history was as confusing as Game of Thrones? - Cracked Glee's Chris Colfer gets a new TV gig - BuddyTV The 10 best Mad Men episodes of all time - Moviefone The Pll quiz that will have you stumped - Pretty Little Liars The five most unintentionally funny R&B videos of the '90s - Splitsider What will happen to Colbert Report's time slot? - The Hollywood Reporter Go mad for these Mad Men decorating tips - Popsugar Home »
- Maggie Pehanick
Rage Magazine has a great interview with Cheyenne Jackson about growing up in a small town, working in sales before becoming an actor, meeting Tina Fey, and his relationship with the gay press, which has soured. “No one had really ever said anything bad about me and that was the hardest thing. With everything that has happened over the last year and a half, all of the stuff in the press, I kind of got raked over the coals. As much as I like to pretend that it doesn’t matter, it did. I’m just like everybody else; of course I want you to like me. I am amazed how quickly the press can turn on you. It’s especially true of the gay press at times. Don »
- Ed Kennedy
In the latest edition of “How many shows can Donal Logue appear in?” the busy actor will have a recurring role on Law & Order: Svu as the new Unit boss. He’ll be recurring for the rest of the season.
TV Land is reviving Candid Camera for a 10-episode summer run. Peter Funt, son of original Candid Camera host Allen Funt will host the new version which promises to be “daring but respectful”. I hope that means it’ll aim higher than the last reality TV-style revival of Candid Camera. Also, please bring back the theme song from the 70′s version of the series.
- Lyle Masaki
In our latest Casting Bits roundup, we've got a lot of big names about to guest star on our favorite shows. For one, there's Glee star Chris Colfer heading to Hot in Cleveland. And then there's Cobie Smulders and Samuel L. Jackson who are both reprising their Marvel roles on Agents of Shield. Read on for all the details, including casting news for Law and Order: Svu, New Girl, Suits, Grey's Anatomy, Castle and Once Upon a Time. »
Glee episode "Bash" opened up on Tuesday night with Rachel (Lea Michele), Sam (Chord Overstreet), Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Blaine (Darren Criss) walking in a candlelight vigil singing “No One Is Alone.”
A neighbor of the gang was put into a coma after a hate crime beating. The four friends gather around a New York City lamppost, candles in hand with dozens of others to honor someone who very well could have been one of them. It was their neighbor’s friend, who’d been beaten up on Bleaker St. by some guys driving a pickup truck. Thankfully, he survived, but they note hate crimes are increasing in the city.
Cut from the emotional moment, Rachel is at Funny Girl rehearsal getting a pep talk from the producer. Rachel then asks him if she could push a rehearsal two hours back so that she can do her Midwinter Critique. »
Shirley MacLaine is adding a dose of Glee to her life. The Oscar winner will appear in several episodes as a New York socialite intent on making Blaine (Darren Criss) into a star, E! News has confirmed. MacLaine, who won an Oscar for Terms of Endearment, multiple Golden Globes and an Emmy, will make her Glee debut later in April 2014. MacLaine currently recurs on Downton Abbey as Martha Levinson, the mother to Cora (Elizabeth McGovern) and sassy sparring partner to the Dowager Countess (Maggie Smith). Her other TV credits include several TV movies and Shirley's World, a short-lived comedy in the early 1970s. Watch: Darren Criss hilariously quizzes Lea Michele and Chris Colfer on Broadway »
Raise your hand if you'd so watch a Glee spinoff that was a Darren Criss-hosted game show. Both of your hands should be in the air right now...especially after watching this exclusive video below, featuring Criss playing "Broadway Baby Brain Busters: Glee Edition" with his costars Lea Michele and Chris Colfer. The Fox hit's stars are hilariously grilled by Criss on their Broadway knowledge on all things Broadway and let's just say we'd be totally fine with Blaine becoming a game show host now that he's situated in NYC. (As long as he can be a singing host, of course!) So who won the reigning title of the biggest Broadway Baby: "the wickedly talented" (Oh hey, Adele »
Following a time-jump from the high school graduation to sometime the following winter, Sam (Chord Overstreet), Artie (Kevin McHale) and Blaine (Darren Criss) have all made their way to Manhattan, joining Rachel (Lea Michele) and Kurt (Chris Colfer). Rachel, who’s now gained considerable star power for her run in Funny Girl has been gifted the services of a town car to use at her leisure. Hopping into her new ride, Rachel makes her way downtown, singing what else but “Downtown.”
After rising up from the subway Rachel now gets to avoid, Kurt strolls through the West Village joining Rachel in the classic number. Blaine gets in on the “Downtown” singing when he meets Kurt for coffee. And, who’s in Washington Square Park to complete the ensemble number? »
Glee has packed up and moved its focus to New York, and Tuesday night’s episode, airing at 8 p.m. Et on Fox, finds Blaine (Darren Criss) and Kurt (Chris Colfer) co-habitating (along with Chord Overstreet’s Sam). Since this is Glee, it all makes a couple of fellas wanna burst into song. Watch below as Klaine duets on “You Make Me Feel So Young.” »
- Tim Stack
During a panel discussion following a press screening last night for HBO Films’ The Normal Heart, HBO President Len Amato (pictured left) announced that Ryan Murphy, the film’s director, would be taking over as showrunner for the HBO original series Looking in its second season.
Looking, which follows three gay men in present-day San Francisco, received mostly positive critical reviews but failed to pick up the kind of watercooler buzz surrounding HBO’s more popular series. Industry insiders view the decision to bring Murphy on board as a clear-cut strategy to bring in a wider audience.
During the panel discussion, Murphy elaborated on the exact changes he plans to make in Looking’s second season. “The biggest change — and the »
- Steven Frank
It's simple. You love TV, and we've got plenty of spoilers to spill, so let's continue with this wonderful relationship, shall we? In today's edition of Spoiler Chat, we're bringing you exclusive scoop from Chris Colfer on his highly anticipated debut as a writer on Glee, and a relationship update from one of Pretty Little Liars most popular Rosewood residents. Plus, read on for juicy details on upcoming episodes of True Blood, Orphan Black, The Big Bang Theory, Teen Wolf and more! Lisa: I am desperate for some Steroline scoop! They are my favorite part of The Vampire Diaries this season! Episode 18, Paul Wesley's directorial debut, is, sadly, a »
var brightcovevideoid = '3408174894001'; What the world needs now is slime, more slime. Luckily there was plenty of the green stuff to go around as stars got covered in Nickelodeon's signature goo at the Kids' Choice Awards on Saturday. Mark Wahlberg hosted the event at the Galen Center in L.A., and opened the show by declaring "everybody's getting slimed but me." He spent the rest of the show trying to avoid what he called "that green gooey goodness." var brightcovevideoid = '3408174873001'; While Wahlberg declared himself "unslimeable," others weren't. Kaley Cuoco and Pharrell Williams were the first ones to get slimed, »
- K.C. Blumm
Glee, Season 5, Episode 13, “New Directions″
Written by Brad Falchuk
Directed by Brad Falchuk
Airs Tuesdays at 8pm Et on Fox
Good news, Glee fans. The Bermuda Triangle school year at McKinley is actually over. Seniors Artie, Sam, Tina, Blaine, Becky, and even Brittany, back from her imprisonment at MIT, have all flipped their tassel over to the other side. They are moving on, but not before leaving us with one more iconic moment. “Don’t Stop Believin’” was quite obviously the only song to end the Glee Club’s five year run and this version does an amazing job of pulling the original characters and the newbies together in a single, meaningful act. While Kurt, played by Chris Colfer, lends his voice as the male lead and shows off his vocal range in the process, “Don’t Stop Believin’” is missing something without Finn. The chemistry between Kurt and Rachel »
- Rachel Brandt
While competing in Dubai this past week, Tom Daley lost his suit under water, which conveniently had a high definition camera under the splash zone, so we got to see the butt that Dustin Lance Black fell for.
Clorox has put out a smartphone app called Sock-It, which takes the place of the age old sock on the door knob warning for your college dorm roommate. So you just send a sock to his phone, and he’ll know you’re making the beast with two or more backs in the dorm, and he needs to chill at the quad. Frighteningly, it will also send out that sock to everyone in Bluetooth range that has the app, so your hookups aren’t so down low any more.
After some »
- Ed Kennedy
In Glee episode “New Directions,” it’s finally time to say goodbye to the glee club that brought them all together in the first place – and for some to join the others in New York City.
Scheming in the staff lunchroom to keep the New Directions alive are April Rhodes (Kristen Chenoweth) and Holly Holiday (Gwyneth Paltrow). Holly, playing on Sue Sylvester’s (Jane Lynch) admiration for her, asks if there’s a way to weave music into some of the school’s other clubs. Sue doesn’t seem too into the idea, but allows for a trial run.
Walking through the halls of McKingley High, Tina Cohen Chang (Jenna Ushkowitz) is monologue-ing about her future. She, unlike the rest of the bunch, doesn’t really have any idea what’s next for her. She applied late to colleges, and hasn’t heard from safety school Ohio State. »
Colfer is currently writing an upcoming episode of Glee that will air later this season. Though it’s the first time Colfer will write for the hit Fox show, fans know that he is already an accomplished writer with the movie Struck By Lightning and the New York Times best-selling children’s novel series The Land of Stories. Now, after five seasons in front of the camera, »
- Jake Perlman
It's Glee's signature song! Since 2009's one-of-a-kind pilot, the entire cast of our musical hit series have sung Journey's "Don't Stop Believin'" a grand total of three times in five seasons. (A quick refresher: The pilot, the first Regionals competition, and the Nyada audition.) And now, in celebration of Glee's two-part 100th episode, Rachel (Lea Michele), Kurt (Chris Colfer), and the rest of the characters that we have come to know and love, will once again take the auditorium stage to sing their anthem of strength and optimism. Since we love Glee just as much as you do, we're bringing you an exclusive sneak peek of Tuesday night's grand finale that will serve »
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