Glee Exclusive: Sue Sylvester Will Face Off Against [Spoiler] in Her Run for Congress
Looks like Sue Sylvester will be picking on someone her own size — or at least in her own age group — during Glee‘s third season. When I spoke to exec producer Ryan Murphy in June, he noted that he was working on “an amazing 20-episode arc for Jane Lynch” that would partly focus on her character’s campaign for Congress, and now, TVLine has discovered that her political rival will also have ties to [WARNING: SPOILER AHEAD!] …READ MORE
Emmys 2011: Five Best and Worst Moments
The 2011 Emmy Awards are in the books, and while host Jane Lynch didn’t score nearly as many laughs per minute as last year’s emcee Jimmy Fallon, there were enough deserving and/or surprising winners to salvage the three-hour telecast from the scrap heap. (Raise your hand if you still can’t quite believe voters finally …READ MORE
Emmys 2011: We're Live-Blogging 'Em!
Welcome to TVLine’s 2011 Emmys Live Blog — where we’ll cheer wildly with you when Vanessa Williams finally wins her Supporting Actress in a Comedy statuette for Ugly Betty (whoops! wrong year!) and gently dry your tears if Steve Carell ends the evening without a single Lead Actor in a Comedy trophy for his entire run on The Office (compared to Tony Shalhoub’s …READ MORE
Emmys Host Jane Lynch Hints at Glee Skit and Reveals Three Things She Will Not Do
Now less than three weeks out from this year’s Primetime Emmy Awards, host Jane Lynch on Tuesday was in the midst of pretaping a segment to be featured during Fox’s broadcast of the ceremony. When we expressed our wish for a “sequel” to the rousing, cameo-filled, Jimmy Fallon-led “Born to Run” number that opened the 2010 show, Lynch … READ MORE
Emmys 2011: Who Should Win Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series? Take Our Poll!
Will Jane Lynch have to take a break from Emmy hosting duties to give an acceptance speech as Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series? Only time will tell. But it’s interesting to note that in three of the last four years, the statuette has been taken home by …READ MORE
Exclusive First Look: Emmy Host Jane Lynch Gets Carried Away!
Want further proof that Jane Lynch will be hosting next month’s Emmy Awards as herself and not in character as Sue Sylvester? Look no further than Fox’s official poster …READ MORE & VIEW PHOTO
Jane Lynch on Hosting Emmys As Her Glee Alter Ego: 'A Little Bit of Sue Goes a Long Way'
Jane Lynch — and not her Glee alter ego Sue Sylvester — will be hosting the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards next month.
“I think a little bit of Sue goes a long way,” Lynch told reporters Friday at the Television Critics Association press tour in Beverly Hills.” There are some Sue ideas floating around out there, but I think we’ll leave her track suit on the Paramount lot.” READ MORE
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
Sue Sylvester's Anti-Glee Movie Campaign: 'Stop Believing' In Those 'Pimply-Faced Twits'!
Glee grinch Sue Sylvester’s distaste for the New Directions crooners isn’t limited to the boundaries of Lima, Ohio.
On the heels of Glee: The 3D Concert Movie releasing its first trailer (watch it here), McKinley High’s cheer titan has shepherded “this nation’s most important initiative since the McCarthy hearings: The Sue Sylvester ‘STOP BELIEVING’ campaign.” READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Jane Lynch to Host Emmys: 5 Things We Want to See From Glee's Queen of Mean
Now that Jane Lynch has officially been named host(ess) of the Emmy Awards, we at TVLine thought it would be a good time to pitch the Glee icon some ideas — five, in fact — that could make the 2011 telecast the best ever.
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