Glee bad boy Mark Salling says his character, Puck, has a lot to prove to his baby mama Quinn (Dianna Agron). "They gave up the baby ... but I think he's still going to try to prove himself to her. He's got daddy issues," Salling told Chris Harrison on the Emmys red carpet. Watch the video below to find out more about Puck in Season 2. Source & Video
Good news for Gleeks: EW has learned that not only has Oxygen nabbed the syndication rights to Glee with episodes beginning to air in 2013, but the network is also developing a reality companion series. Just last week, the much-rumored Glee reality series was thought to be dead, but it looks like Oxygen breathed (tee hee) some new life into the project. Details are sketchy in terms of the format of the reality show (as well as how much co-creator Ryan Murphy and the cast will be involved) but this unscripted show looks to bow sometime in 2011. To Read More Click Here .
If you've never heard of Glee's latest confirmed guest star before - the 18-year-old, one-named singing phenom Charice - we've got you covered. Check out a few of the reasons this Filipino pop star has earned her way onto TV's hottest show: She Started at the Bottom: Just like the New Directions gang, Charice knows what it's like to struggle for success. She started performing at talent competitions to help support her family after her mom broke away from an abusive relationship and she has absolutely no formal training. Who doesn't love an underdog success story?! To Read More Click Here .
Now, now! Before you go drawing mustaches on half of the Glee cast's yearbook photos because some of the show's biggest stars won't be attending Comic-Con next month, perhaps you should read why that's the case: They weren't asked to! A Twentieth Century Fox Television rep explains: Last year, we brought down Lea Michele, Cory Monteith, Matthew Morrison, and Dianna Agron. Because we have such a large cast and we can't bring everyone every year, this year we decided to bring down some of the cast who didn't get to go last summer. So this year,Â the spokesman continues, Chris Colfer, Amber Riley, Jenna Ushkowitz, Kevin McHale, Mark Salling, Heather Morris, and Naya Rivera will get to experience the convention, as well as co-creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk.Â To Read More Click Here .
Before Cory Monteith was singing in the showers on "Glee," he showed up on "Supernatural" in one of his first-ever roles. Monteith made a guest appearance on the episode "Wendigo" as Gary, and while he didn't last long, his high-pitched scream is certainly memorable. We love Cory's bandanna -- but we don't love how quickly he gets gobbled up by the monster of the week, an immortal, evil cannibal who lives in caves and can only be killed with fire. "Wendigo" was the first episode of "Supernatural" shot in Vancouver, B.C.. Monteith is a native of B.C., and his Canadian accent was much more noticeable back then! Now that he's playing Ohio native Finn Hudson, it's harder to hear it. Want to check out the scene in high definition? Season 1 of "Supernatural" comes out on Blu-Ray DVD this Tuesday, June 15. If Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles weren't reason enough to pick up this box set, Monteith certainly is! Source & Video
The finale of " Glee " posted the show's best ratings ever without an " American Idol " lead-in, but Game 3 of the NBA Finals still gave ABC an overall win Tuesday night. ABC averaged 10.5 million viewers and a 6.5 rating/11 share in households for the night -- numbers that will probably rise some when the live NBA telecast is figured in. CBS (9.2 million, 6.2/10) finished second overall. FOX (8.9 million, 5.1/8), came in just ahead NBC (8.8 million, 5.2/9) for third. The CW was, per usual, a non-factor with 660,000 viewers and a 0.5/1. ABC led among adults 18-49 as well, its 4.3 rating beating FOX's 3.9. NBC, 2.6, took third in the demographic, followed by CBS at 1.6. The CW mustered only a 0.3. To Read More Click Here .
While over 11 million people tuned in last night to watch Glee 's season 1 finale, Journey (yes, the real finale, not to be confused with the fall finale which was really just the season's halfway point), its success in numbers doesn't necessarily mean that it won big in feedback. A lot went down as expected (Regionals, birth, another Will-Emma kiss), and there was plenty resolved (I guess), but was it too neatly wrapped-up? What happened to a good old-fashioned cliffhanger? Where was the exciting season 2 set-up? If you read my tweets , I mentioned that I was already tearing up the second they broke out into "Any Way You Want It" (um, best Journey song ever!). But that was only about 27 minutes in, and I didn't get any more emotional for the whole extended duration of the episode. Okay, so my heart strings were tugged just a tad at a few moments following, but it wasn't the poignant, hilarious, triumphant, all-encompassing emotional rollercoaster I was counting on. A letdown? Not quite... but kind of. Overall, while I certainly didn't hate it, I found that each of the episode's high notes were matched by a corresponding "WTF?" moment that sort of left things unsatisfying for me. Just to name a few... PRO: Puck + Mr. Schue + acoustic duet = WIN CON: Wait... that was the end ?! WTF? I literally watched about 5 minutes of the news afterwards, waiting for it to come back... and then it didn't. Close-up on Will's cheesy smile, and then FADE OUT? What the heck? PRO: I think it was a smart, "realistic" choice for New Directions to not win; after all, Vocal Adrenaline was pretty awesome, and they have a bunch of SYTYCD alumni on their side... CON: Aural Intensity? Really? (edit: Thanks to user @itastenice for clearing up the name for me. I seriously thought it was "Oral Intensity") PRO: I loved how they revealed that Sue secretly voted for New Directions in the judging panel -- keyword: SECRETLY! -- 'but''... CON: Though it was in her signature back-handed way, I still don't think Sue should have just given the choir room back in the strangely benevolent way she did. Like, "Congrats! You have another year! This is an alternate universe in which I'm not afraid to admit that I respect what you guys do!" ...I think it could have been handled in a much more clever way that a) didn't make her break character in front of Will, and b) set up a challenge for the second season. PRO: Some people were put off by it, but I thought the mash-up of Vocal Adrenaline's performance and the tortured sounds of Quinn's labor was a pretty Glee-tastic way to approach the scene. CON: I literally groaned when I realized Shelby Corcoran was going to adopt Puck & Quinn's baby. Sorry Shelby, but I'm pretty sure you can't just swing by the hospital and pick up a baby for yourself. What did you think of the finale? Was it everything you wanted & more, or do you wish they did things differently? Weigh in below!
We've come to the end of the journey -- for this season, anyway -- on "Glee," and Tuesday's (June 8) season finale is called, appropriately enough, "Journey." In the behind-the-scenes video below, the cast talks about the trip they've taken together since the show debuted way back in May of 2009. You know, the one with the Golden Globe for best comedy, rabid fans mobbing them at every turn and three No. 1 soundtrack albums. Cory Monteith (Finn) talks about the "epic" medley of Journey songs that New Directions sings at regionals (so epic he had to shake his fist, as depicted in the picture above), Jenna Ushkowitz (Tina) reflects on leaving the choir room behind for the summer and Matthew Morrison (Mr. Schue) discusses how close he and his castmates became during the course of the season: "They really felt like my students," he says. Source & Video
As we gear up for tonight's season finale, we're finally going to get an answer to the question that we have been debating all season long. No, we're not talking about who's going to win Regionals. (Bo-ring!) We're talking about the far-more-important question: Who's the hottest character on Glee? So after much deliberation, we've ranked the 10 sexiest women to have ever appeared on the show. Let us know if you agree in the comments (we know this is going to be a contentious list!), and then be sure to check back tomorrow when we rank the guys! To Read More Click Here .
It's an episode nine months in the making as former Cheerio Quinn Fabray (Dianna Agron) finally goes into labor in Glee 's climactic season finale (airing tonight, 8:59/7:59c on Fox). And, according to Agron, fans had better watch with hankies in hand. "Quinn's going to give the baby up for adoption, even though she's not entirely sure to whom until the very end," reveals the actress, teasing that Will's estranged wife, Terri (Jessalyn Gilsig) - the infant's onetime would-be adoptive mother - will be buzzing about. "If Quinn were to give the baby to her after all Terri's done to Mr. Schuester (Matthew Morrison), it would have to be well-deserved," says Agron. "[But] in this show, anything is possible." (Psst: The tot's fate isn't the only drama in the works, as New Directions finally faces off against rival glee club Vocal Adrenaline.) So what will the future hold next season for the now-bumpless blonde? "I have a suspicion that Quinn might return to the Cheerios," says Agron. "It will be interesting to see what type of girl she becomes." Source Here