News for Season 2


'Glee's' Chord Overstreet exits, Darren Criss and Harry Shum promoted to regular

"Glee" fans, we've got good news... and we've got bad news.Bad news first, obviously. Chord Overstreet's option to stay with the show as a series regular has not been picked up. As TVLine was first to report, there is a chance that Overstreet could return on a guest-star basis. Overstreet expressed rather cryptic disappointment on Friday afternoon when he tweeted, "well its been a good yr too bad its over, time for summer and starting fresh."Luckily, Overstreet won't be twiddling his thumbs for long. Once he finishes up the "Glee" tour, he's gung-ho to start working on his solo album. We have to admit, we're pretty bummed about this news. Overstreet's character was frequently comedic relief, but Sam developed some depth toward the end of the season as his family and background were further explored. Plus, in a rather cliffhanger-y moment in the season finale, it was revealed that he and Mercedes (Amber Riley) were...

'Glee': Kristin Chenoweth 'gets' Ryan Murphy's season 3 guest star ban

Kristin Chenoweth is kind of bummed about "Glee" creator Ryan Murphy's plan to do season 3 of the show without guest stars, but the pint-sized acting, singing, dancing powerhouse says she understands. "I think he's trying to get his show back," Chenoweth tells Zap2it. "I think he's trying to really concentrate on his characters. I actually understand that. I get it. People want to see those characters."The show did get some criticism during its recently-wrapped second season for putting too much emphasis on guest stars (like Chenoweth and Gwyneth Paltrow) and tribute shows to specific musicians rather than on the show's cast of regular characters.Murphy -- who wrote the first two seasons with co-producers Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan -- hired a writing staff of six for season three in what is clearly a bid to beef up the stuff between the song and dance numbers.Still, if ever a guest star fit in, it was...

Hooray! Glee Gets Boatload of Teen Choice Nominations

Gleeks were obviously very happy with Season 2 of Glee. The Teen Choice Award nominations have just been announced and your favorite show has grabbed a whopping seven nominations — including Best Comedy.The nominations include: Cory Monteith (Choice TV Actor in a Comedy), Dianna Agron and Amber Riley (Choice Female Scene Stealers), Mark Salling and Chris Colfer (Choice Male Scene Stealers), and Jane Lynch (Choice Villain).No love for Lea Michele and Matthew Morrison, though? Here’s...

Photos! Glee Cast Attends Secret Beyonce Concert in London

Another one of many reasons it’s good to be a Gleek… scoring tickets to top-secret Beyonce concerts! The cast took a break from their own concert tour to stop by for the exclusive London show, which highlighted the launch of Beyonce’s new album, 4. Check out their awesome backstage passes!

Must-See Vid! Darren Criss and Warblers Rock the "Teenage Dream" Performance on 2011 Glee Live Tour

Will DC's version of this song ever get old? Ask us in a GAJILLION years. (sigh)

'Glee's' Jane Lynch Preps for Emmys

At first glance, it appears as if  Jane Lynch  will be hosting the Emmys as herself, rather than her  Glee  alter-ego, Sue Sylvester. The  Glee  star on Saturday tweeted photos from behind the scenes of an Emmy photo shoot looking very done-up in a low-neckline beige gown. Lynch later tweeted a second photo, sporting the red dress seen in the background of the first image, with guys dressed as giant Emmys hoisting her up. Read More...

'Glee': Chris Colfer invites Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie to cameo

Okay, maybe it's just a cockamamie pipe dream, but hey, if you're gonna dream, dream big -- right? According to the U.K.'s Sun newspaper, "Glee" star Chris Colfer (Kurt Hummel) bumped into Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie (and Prince Harry) at London's Hard Rock Calling festival. "We've got the royal seal of approval," said Colfer after meeting the sisters -- the daughters of Prince Andrew and ex-wife Sarah "Fergie" Ferguson-- backstage. "Maybe we can get them a cameo on the show. Wouldn't that be amazing?"Indeed it would, but only if the sisters promised to wear their royal wedding togs for the guest spot....

'Glee' Meets James Joyce In Italy: 'Instructions For A Broken Heart'

I'll admit, I'm already in "Glee" withdrawal, even though I agree with Jim Cantiello that the New Directions trip to New York was kind of unsatisfying. Enter this week's Summer Beach Read, Kim Culbertson's "Instructions for a Broken Heart," which follows a group of high school theater kids on their spring break trip to Italy. And in the role of a much more likable Rachel Berry type is Jessa, an overachiever with a penchant for poetic thoughts and an iPod full of Broadway musicals. The story begins just days before the big trip, when Jessa finds her boyfriend Sean in a compromising position with Natalie, another member of their drama posse. And though she's devastated, Jessa refuses to skip the trip she's been saving for all year, even if it means having to see Sean and Natalie's PDA nonstop for 10 days. Read More...

Glee's Cory Monteith on Drug Abuse: "I'm Lucky to Be Alive"

Cory Monteith says his adolescent years were quite the opposite of the squeaky clean jock he plays on Glee . "I had a serious [drug] problem," the actor who plays Finn Hudson tells Parade magazine. "I'm lucky on so many counts—I'm lucky to be alive."

Whoops! Glee Choreographer Reveals Cast's Worst On-Set Injuries

Being on Glee is a contact sport. Just ask the show’s choreographer Zach Woodlee, who recently talked on-set injuries with the Huffington Post. But while most would be horrified by them, Woodlee bestows them with a Hall of Fame-esque honor. Here are a couple he recalled for the interview: