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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Emmys Flashback: The Big Winners of 2010
There were plenty of reasons to smile during last year’s Emmy Awards. Not only did favorites like Modern Family and Glee‘s Jane Lynch walk away with statues, but The Good Wife dark horse Archie Panjabi and The Big Bang Theory‘s Jim Parsons also deservedly got rewarded, both first-timers. Of course, the biggest smiles (and choicest soundbites) came from the winners themselves. Take a look back at what the big winners from 2010 had to say about their big moment at the 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards. And designers, start sending your dresses to this first winner now! This year’s show will be held September 18, at the NOKIA Theatre in L.A. …READ MORE & SEE PHOTO GALLERY
TVLine Items: Jane Lynch Eyed As Emmys Host, Burnett Tackles Bible, and Other News to Know
After winning an Emmy of her own in 2010, Jane Lynch is poised to take the next logical step: serving as host(ess) of the entire awards show! READ MORE
Glee Exclusive First Look: Will Sue's 'Legion of Doom' Destroy New Directions?
If by chance you didn’t realize how much you’d missed Glee over the course of its month of repeats, this exclusive sneak preview of Tuesday’s new episode is sure to clarify the matter for you. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
30 Rock Dominates Comedy Award Nominations
Comedy Central announced the nominees for their first annual Comedy Awards Tuesday morning, and 30 Rock is still the clear funny fave. READ MORE
Exclusive Glee Clip: Watch Sue's Killer Post-Super Bowl Stunt!
Has Sue Sylvester finally gone too far? Judging by this clip from Glee‘s mega-hyped post-Super Bowl episode — airing Sunday night after the big game — I would have to say, um, hell yes. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Chris Colfer's 'Cinderfella' Moment and Other Golden Globes Backstage Quotables
Dear Robert DeNiro: Next time around, let Chris Colfer write your material. Because the Glee star sure came out swinging with some choice sound bites upon arriving backstage after collecting his Golden Globe award for supporting actor.
TVLine has recapped the most bon mots served up by Colfer, The Big Bang Theory‘s Jim Parsons and some of TV’s other winners. READ MORE