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TCA: 'Glee' Will 'Deal Directly' With Cory Monteith's Death; Character Won't Necessarily Die From Drugs

Fox entertainment president Kevin Reilly addressed the death of "Glee" star Cory Monteith on Thursday by saying the show will "deal directly with the incidents involved in Cory's passing" -- but he didn't say whether Monteith's character would die from drugs. Reilly said Monteith's girlfriend, Lea Michele, has been "a pillar of strength" as the show has reeled from his sudden passing. "She was the first one to say I want to get back to work," he said. Read More... //

Jayma Mays Confirms Exit From 'Glee'

The 'Smurfs 2' actress is preparing to leave the Ryan Murphy-created show as saying, 'I'm finishing up this season.' Read More... //

Lea Michele Breaks Silence On Cory Monteith's Death (Photo)

Lea Michele, the real-life girlfriend of the late "Glee" co-star Cory Monteith, took to Twitter to break her silence on the tragedy Monday. Michele and Monteith's characters -- Rachel and Finn -- also dated long-term on the Fox show. Michele included a link to the photo of the couple (above). Here's Michele's tweet: Thank you all for helping me through this time with your enormous love & support. Cory will forever be in my heart. Read More...   //

Glee's Mike O'Malley: Cory Monteith Was the "Real-Life Quarterback of That Set"

  Mike O'Malley took time out from promoting his new NBC comedy Welcome to the Family on Saturday to honor his Glee co-star Cory Monteith , who died tragically earlier this month. O'Malley...   //

'Glee': Mike O'Malley honors Cory Monteith, talks plans to appear in Finn tribute episode

It's been a tough time for the extended "Glee" family with the tragic passing of Cory Monteith. Speaking before reporters Saturday (July 27) at the Television Critics Association's supper press tour, where he was there ostensibly to promote his new NBC comedy "Welcome to the Family," Mike O'Malley offered his thoughts on the loss."He was the fictional quarterback on the show and the very real quarterback on that set," O'Malley said of Monteith when prompted by a reporter. "I just loved working with him. I miss him very much."O'Malley, who has spent a lion's share of his time on "Glee" acting opposite Monteith, said that the "toughest scene I've ever acted" was a moment with Finn. "I had to throw him out of the house because of a slur that he used," O'Malley recounted. "It was remarkable to me when we were shooting that scene the depth of emotion he was able to portray --... //

Glee Cast, Crew Gathers for "Emotional Celebration" of Cory Monteith's Life

The cast and crew of Glee gathered Thursday for a private memorial to celebrate Cory Monteith 's life. "Today, Ryan Murphy and Lea Michele gathered... //

Cory Monteith’s Glee Tribute: What Songs NEED to Be in It? - Part 2

Glee is currently in the midst of preparing a tribute episode dedicated to the late Cory Monteith (Finn), and while details about which songs will be included in the Season 5 tearjerker episode have not been revealed quite yet — fans are already full of ideas about which tunes they’d love to see. We here at Wetpaint Entertainment recently put out a call on our Facebook page, asking fans like you which songs you’re hoping Glee will include. On Tuesday, we published a list of some of the... //

Glee’s Cory Monteith Tribute Episode: What Songs NEED to Be in It?

It’s official. Glee has confirmed plans for an entire episode of Season 5 dedicated as a tribute to the late Cory Monteith (Finn), who passed away suddenly on July 13. Show creator Ryan Murphy reveals that he and the writers are composing the Cory tribute right now — and we’re already starting to tear up just thinking about how emotional that episode will be. The tribute will serve as a way to honor both Cory and his Glee character Finn Hudson, who Ryan reveals will also pass away on the show. We at Wetpaint Entertainment put out a call on our Facebook page, asking fans like you which songs you hope Glee will include in the episode. READ MORE...

'Glee' after Cory Monteith: Cancellation was an option

The death of Cory Monteith on July 13 was a huge blow to "Glee," delaying production of the show's Season 5 and bringing grief to both cast and crew. The aftermath could have been worse though. According to an interview with Ryan Murphy, the show's creator and executive producer, there was a chance that "Glee" would not return without Monteith.When talking with E!Online, Murphy explained that none of his choices were good. "There's really no way to win in this situation," he said. "So our position was, do we go off the air permanently? Do we go off the air until November? Do we start shooting again in January?"The eventual decision was to resume production as planned, only delayed by a short amount of time. And Murphy's opinion on the situation was not the only one that mattered. "Ultimately the person who made the decision was Lea [Michele], who felt that the best thing... //

Glee Season 5: How Many Episodes Will Air Before the Hiatus?

Glee’s Season 5 schedule has been altered following Cory Monteith’s (Finn) death, but it remains to be seen exactly how many episodes will air before the show takes its first break. Glee creator Ryan Murphy explains to TV Line that Glee was supposed to air four episodes before the show takes a hiatus, but now that won’t be the case. "We were supposed to be on in the fall with four episodes, and that’s just not going to happen," Ryan says. "So we’re going to go on the air with two episodes... //