Glee will return to its roots in the upcoming series finale (Friday, March 20 at 8 p.m. ET) when the show flashes back to 2009, also the title of the episode, and offer a new perspective on how New Directions really came together. In doing so, the series will pay tribute to the late Cory... Read More... http://feeds.ew.com/~r/entertainmentweekly/tv/coverage/~3/nuNi7xCFioU/glee-pays-tribute-cory-monteith-series-finale
New Directions and the Warblers face off Rachel must choose between NYADA and Broadway. Airs Friday March 13 on FOX.
Which TV series will your friends (and the entire internet) be talking about this week? Stay informed—or at least be able to fake it—with SideReel's weekly guide to The Most Important Shows on TV. Community (Season Premiere) Tuesday at 3:00am on Yahoo! Screen Why: Because creator Dan Harmon is a genius, star Joel McHale is ridiculously attractive, and this crazy meta-comedy has had more lives than even the luckiest of cats. Prepare to talk about: How this show manages to reinvent itself every season; whether the fact that it's lost half of its original cast members has been detrimental; whether the show has been totally "Britta'd" in its transition to Yahoo! Screen. Empire (Season Finale) Wednesday at 9:00pm on FOX Why: The Lyons are the family you kind of wish you had (even though they're all pretty cray), and this is the last chance you'll have to spend time with them for MONTHS. NOOOOOO! GET WELL SOON LUCIOUS! Prepare to talk about: Who'll take over the company; whether Lucious is really on his way out of the world; how Empire will fend off attacks from rivals; why Cookie is just the best (marry me, Cookie; I'll never cut you out of the biz). Glee (Series Finale) Friday at 9:00pm on FOX Why: You probably liked this show once upon a time! Maybe you still do! But it's ending, like it should have done before Ryan Murphy got bored with it and focused all of his efforts on the bonkers American Horror Story and the characters you actually cared about graduated from high school. Prepare to talk about: How much you cried, because you're basically an emo theater teen at heart; how you still miss The Glee Project ; how poor Tina Cohen-Chang really got screwed out of any good storylines; how you'll always miss Finn. Leah E. Friedman is the editor of SideReel.com. You can follow her musings on Twitter .
Just when you thought you'd made your peace with Glee coming to an end, cast members Lea Michele , Chris Colfer , Jenna Ushkowitz , Darren Criss , and Chord Overstreet stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Thursday to talk about the show's impending emotional exit. In addition to sharing who cried the ... Read More... http://www.tvguide.com/news/glee-cory-monteith-series-finale/?rss=breakingnews
Emotions have been running high leading up to the end of "Glee," and with the series finale little more than a week away, the cast is opening up about their last days of filming. Lea Michele, Chris Colfer, Jenna Ushkowitz, Chord Overstreet and Darren Criss stopped by"Ellen"Thursday (March 12) to chat about their emotional goodbyes and pay tribute to their former castmate andfriend, Cory Monteith. According to Overstreet and Colfer, the show, as well as the individual members of the cast and crew, made sure to pay respect to Monteith. "There's a moment in the last episode that we had [to pay homage to Monteith]," says Overstreet. "And obviously when we wrapped we all kind of took a moment to kind of..." "... He was there," adds Colfer. "We could feel him. He was there."RELATED: That's a wrap on 'Glee': See photos from final day of filmingThe cast also reveals that when they weren't... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Zap2it/~3/jmEIpJEUwnY/glee_cast_took_moment_remember_cory_monteith_during_series_finale-2015-03
The cast of Glee discussed the bittersweet experience of filming the shows final episode during an appearance on The Ellen Degeneres Show on Thursday. Lea Michelle and Jenna Ushkowitz, who play Rachel and Tina respectively, both admitted to quite a bit of crying during the final taping. They both realized how significant the moment was, however, when even Chord Overstreet teared up. Read More... http://www.thewrap.com/the-cast-of-glee-talks-taping-final-episode-on-ellen-degeneres-show-plays-cards-against-humanity-video/
Months ago, when Glees sixth and final season was first being discussed, show co-creator Ryan Murphy promised wed see plenty of familiar faces before the series took its final bow and it looks like hes making good on that promise. Read More... http://feeds.wetpaint.com/~r/wetpaint/latest/excerpt/~3/HqX4q6QRmV0/2015-03-10-promo-season-6-episode-11
With the end of the series almost upon us, it's time for the very final competition episode on Glee . We've seen many of these over the years, with New Directions winning some and losing others. Will they win this time at Sectionals, especially now that they've teamed up with the Warblers as a supergroup? Also in "We Built This Glee Club," Rachel is torn between going back to NYADA and joining another Broadway show, a storyline that involves Jonathan Groff returning as Jesse St. James. Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/articles/glee/glee-episode-611-songs-rachel-55900.aspx
After six seasons on air we thought wed seen the stars of Glee tackle just about everything music-wise duets, mashups, artist specific tributes etc. but apparently we were wrong! While the Glee club and its various members have performed original songs throughout the years, never before has a Glee cast member written a song especially for the show until now, that is! According to The Hollywood Reporter, Darren Criss (Blaine) is the first cast member to write (and co-write) songs... http://feeds.wetpaint.com/~r/wetpaint/latest/excerpt/~3/bhWWR17RAAE/2015-03-06-series-finale-darren-criss-song
CBS' Supergirl is ready to take flight! Glee alum Melissa Benoist dons the full Supergirl get-up in the first-ever snap from the upcoming Fall series. According to TV Line , this modern take on Kara Danvers' classic costume is designed by Oscar-nominated designer Colleen Atwood — the same costume designer behind the CW's Arrow and The Flash . "I wanted to embrace the past," Atwood explained, "but more importantly, thrust her into the street-style action hero of today." So what do you think? Does Melissa pull it off, or are you still missing the whole blonde bombshell vibe of Supergirls past? Let us know in the comments!