'Glee's' winter finale ends in cliffhanger
February 22nd, 2012
12:00 PM ET

'Glee's' winter finale ends in cliffhanger

Tuesday night's winter finale of "Glee" packed a lot into its hour, including a cliffhanger – and if you haven't seen the latest episode, you might want to skip this post because it's chock-full of spoilers.

Go on - we'll wait.

Ready? OK. We'll start with the Kurt's former bully Dave Karofsky...

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Filed under: Glee • television
Watch: Trailer for Chris Colfer's 'Struck by Lightning'
February 20th, 2012
12:37 PM ET

Watch: Trailer for Chris Colfer's 'Struck by Lightning'

Chris Colfer has broken apart from the "Glee" gang to make his starring film debut in the upcoming release, "Struck By Lightning."

The 21-year-old also wrote the coming-of-age comedy, in which he plays a high school student named Carson. Carson is dead set on becoming the "youngest freelance journalist ever to be published in The New York Times, L.A. Times and Chicago Tribune."

But first, he has to get into Northwestern University - and he's not above blackmailing his classmates into helping him get there.

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Replay: Amber Riley's Whitney Houston cover on 'Glee'
February 15th, 2012
11:49 AM ET

Replay: Amber Riley's Whitney Houston cover on 'Glee'

"Glee" was already planning to cover Whitney Houston on Tuesday's episode - the show's first time doing so, star Matthew Morrison told CNN - but the performance has since also turned into a tribute.

Keeping in tune with Valentine's Day, the episode featured plenty of love songs, and Amber Riley's character Mercedes ended up belting out "I Will Always Love You" to her love interest/ex, Sam.

The song was pre-planned, and when news broke of Houston's death Saturday, Riley, after expressing her shock, added in a tweet that she was glad to have the opportunity to pay tribute to the singer.

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Filed under: Glee • television • Whitney Houston
'Glee' casts Rachel Berry's dads
January 18th, 2012
05:56 PM ET

'Glee' casts Rachel Berry's dads

After weathering the disappointment that Elton John reportedly wasn't available to play one of Rachel Berry's dads, Gleeks had a reason to perk up on Wednesday.

TVLine reports that Tony-winning Broadway star Brian Stokes Mitchell and "Law & Order: Criminal Intent's" Jeff Goldblum will portray Hiram and LeRoy Berry, the couple who adopted and raised Lea Michele's character Rachel.

We won't have to wait long to see them in action, either - the Berry dads will make their first appearance in the February 14 episode of "Glee," and they're expected to sing.

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'Glee' returns with NeNe...and a cliffhanger
January 18th, 2012
01:25 PM ET

'Glee' returns with NeNe...and a cliffhanger

"Glee" returned on Tuesday night with reality star NeNe Leakes, Helen Mirren's voice (which provided Becky's internal monologue), and not one but two proposals - the last of which ended in a cliffhanger.

(If you're nervous about spoilers, you should stop reading now.)

Let's start with Leakes' character, Roz Washington, the synchronized swim coach who is just as vocal as Leakes is on her Bravo reality show.

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Ryan Seacrest 'can't imagine life' without 'Idol'
January 9th, 2012
05:18 PM ET

Ryan Seacrest 'can't imagine life' without 'Idol'

The "Today" show may be considering Ryan Seacrest as a potential successor to Matt Lauer should the position become available, but the Hollywood heavyweight is still devoted to "American Idol."

He said as much at during the Television Critics Association's winter tour, explaining to press, “I can tell you I can’t imagine life without 'American Idol.' I have a deal with NBC Universal already…but I can’t comment on that.”

Talk then turned to "Idol's" competition, “The X-Factor” and “The Voice,” and that's when the gloves came off!

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