You know this old joke right? Reese Witherspoon, Beyonce, Gwyneth Paltrow and Andy Samberg walk onto a movie set because they’re starring in a musical comedy film together called One Hit Wonders. No? More
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Now that House has been cancelled, creator David Shore is working to make an ending that will fit the show’s tone and provide closure for the fans. Here are some other series (including Nip/Tuck and Dollhouse) that got that same chance, and how they ended. More
It was odd that Glee chose so many non-iconic songs from Michael Jackson, but at least this tribute actually fit into the plot. Rachel and Finn think they might actually get out of Lima, while Finn is ready to settle down. Oh, and slushies are weapons now. More
At the Inside the Actors Studio taping, Ryan Murphy let it slip that Jane Lynch‘s character Sue Sylvester will be starting a family soon, whether that means adopting a kid or having a baby herself. But will this make Sue uninteresting? More
The Westboro Baptist Church sure has gotten hypocritical: Here’s a protester wearing a Glee T-shirt while deriding LGBT folk. This comes after they tweeted that they would picket Steve Jobs‘ funeral… from their iPhones. More
The last we heard about Chord Overstreet‘s tenuous position on Glee, fan campaigns were using Twitter and iTunes to keep Sam Evans part of New Directions. And while season 3 has started up without him, TVLine now reports that Chord has signed back on to be a recurring character. Better yet, his return will be at the beginning of December! More
Last night was the series premiere of Ryan Murphy‘s American Horror Story, which follows the Harmon family as they try to rebuild their lives in a spooky house in Los Angeles. Although Murphy cast the well-known actors Connie Britton and Dylan McDermott as the parents, the actress playing their teenage daughter is a relative unknown: 17-year-old Taissa Farmiga. That surname sounds familiar, huh? Read on for five facts about this young star. More
Ryan Murphy‘s newest show American Horror Story premiered on FX last night. We didn’t tune in, partly because we’re not convinced it’ll actually be good. But you know what we have been watching? The YouTube videos of people who walk into their house to find Rubber Man (the guy in the fetish shoot in the promo images) silently waiting for them.
The best part is, these people wrote in to FX requesting that Rubber Man come to their houses, then forgot until they got scared shitless. More
Ryan Murphy tells THR how the two winners and two runners-up from The Glee Project will interact with New Directions — some as allies, some as enemies. Spoilers for new characters, but nothing that will ruin season 3 for you. More
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Ryan Murphy vs. Kings of Leon and Dave Grohl is shaping up to be the battle of the decade aside from those battles that results in the actual loss of human life and civil liberties. To recap: At the beginning of the year, Ryan attacked KOL for rejecting Glee‘s query about using one of their songs, calling them self-centered assholes; KOL attached Ryan right back with their own profane jabs; months ago, Dave Grohl gave an interview defending Kings of Leon by shooting Ryan Murphy with yet another “fuck you.” More
Here’s a lesson, Gleeks: Don’t give a letter to Cory Monteith with your pitch for a YouTube talk show called Fondue for Two — because Glee will steal the idea and use it without giving you any credit or payment! And here we were just starting to forget that the people behind the show are douchebags. More
Something feels a bit disingenuous about this shoot, and here’s what I think it is: Glee‘s status in the hearts of Americans is as the high school everyman. The characters represent the marginalized teens that exist all across the country: the picked-on gay boy, the overambitious geek, the wheelchair-bound goofball. More
I’m not sure how many of you out there in Crushland realized this (I didn’t, until now), but you know Glee, that delightful television show featuring peppy, singing high schoolers? Well, it was created by Brad Falchuk and Ryan Murphy, the same folks who made Nip/Tuck, that horrifying and yet somehow fascinating show about morally questionable people and plastic surgery. Correct me if I’m wrong, but those two shows seem rather like they’re on opposite ends of the spectrum, no? Maybe they felt they needed to do something lighter after six seasons of surgery. But after a couple of seasons of joy and song, it looks like Falchuk’s and Murphy’s pendulum is swinging back in the other direction again, because their next project is a little thing called American Horror Story. And if the sneak peaks that have been surfacing lately are anything to go by, it’s going to be AWESOME. More
Glee creator Ryan Murphy has said that Rachel, Finn and the rest of the gang will be graduating at the end of season three because “you can’t stay in high school forever.” Ha! It’s like he’s never watched TV. Maybe Mr. Murphy can learn a thing or two from the writers of these high school dramas. Because they sat down in a meeting, looked at each other and thought, what would Boy Meets World be without Shaun and Corey?, Buffy without Xander and Willow?. The answer: hollow, empty, shells of TV shows. And if Glee were to become a hollow shell, there’d be a damn echo to deal with as well. More