For a show that spent so much of its time last season pushing the idea that the only way for its graduating seniors to grow, evolve, and experience life to the fullest was to get the hell out of their hometown, Glee 's graduates spend an awful lot of time more
Glee is a bit
like a cop procedural on CBS. The only way to enjoy it is to turn your
brain off, because if you start thinking about all the plot holes,
terrible decisions, out-of-character twists and utter waste of talented
people, it will make yo more
As much as I love Glee - and I do love Glee - I'm ready for season 4 to end so we can hopefully move on to bigger and better for seasons 5 and 6 . And hopefully more consistent story lines, too. Though maybe I'm asking for too much.
While there were so more
Welcome to the Stevie Wonder tribute episode! We go back and forth between NYC and McKinley the entire episode. Read More... http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2013/05/02/glee-the-stevie-wonder-tribute/?mod=WSJBlog
Artie, Mercedes, Tina and Brittany receive big news about their future in the Fox musical's penultimate episode of season four.
Revealing storylines, ballet dancers and “catfishing” were at the forefront of this week’s “Glee.” The episode began with a school-wide power outage taking over McKinley, allowing students and staf... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Angela_Braza/2013/04/26/ more
by Melissa Albert
So it seems Mr. Schuester has been spying on teenage girls. Teenage girls who will be singing for other glee clubs in regionals, that is! And he discovers a competing team’s secret weapon: Frieda Romero, a tiny thing with a gigantic v more
Watching "Lights Out" was like running down a checklist of pre-selected sermon topics. Read More... http://www.tv.com/news/glee-lights-out-review-another-very-special-episode-of-glee-136695030146/ more