Glee @ Comic-Con: Sue Seeks Office, Good Love for 'Klaine' and Mercedes, Spin-Off Update

There was more to Glee‘s San Diego Comic-Con event — moderated by TVLine Editor-in-Chief Michael Ausiello — than the (very big) news that Lea Michele, Cory Monteith and Chris Colfer are not necessarily leaving after the coming season, and that viewers have seen the last of Sam. No, the producers and cast also shared a look at Season 3′s plans for  Kurt/Blaine, Mercedes’ new love life, and Sue’s assault on all glee clubs. Allow us to hit you with the highlights Read More

Little Liars, Switched at Birth Lead Latest Teen Choice Nods; Darren Criss Up for Breakout Star

Those very pretty little Liars and their Switched at Birth ABC Family sisters came out on top in the second wave of nominees for this year’s Teen Choice awards, to be broadcast August 7 on Fox.

Both Pretty Little Liars and Switched amassed five nods, while MTV’s Teen Wolf bit off four. Elsewhere, Glee — which along with Vampire Diaries dominated the first round of noms — added another contender to its ranks Read More

Glee Scoop: Kurt and Blaine Are Prom-Bound!

Kurt and Blaine are taking their Glee romance to the next level.

Just prior to Wednesday night’s PaleyFest ’11 panel honoring the Fox phenom, executive producer Ryan Murphy told TVLine that the duo — who shared their first kiss in this week’s Regionals-themed outing — will be attending the prom together later this season. Read More

Glee Star Previews 'One Helluva' Super Bowl Performance (No Zombies Involved)

Yes, yes, yes — Glee‘s Super Bowl episode, airing this Sunday after The Big Game, features quite the gridiron showstopper as New Directions tackles a mash-up of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” and the Yeah Yeah Yeah’s hit “Heads Will Roll.”

And yes, the episode features the Cheerios performing a rousing routine set to Katy Perry’s “California Gurls” (watch it here).

But Darren Criss says the wowza performances don’t begin and end there. Rather, Blaine and the Dalton Warblers Read More