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
Golden Globes 2011: TV's Big Winners!
Who took home gold and who’s hoping for better luck next year? Here’s a recap of TV’s big winners at the 68th annual Golden Globe Awards. Share your yeas or nays in Comments! …READ MORE
Glee, House Win Big At People's Choice Awards
Glee and House each doubled up on wins at the People’s Choice Awards held Wednesday night.
Glee won Favorite TV Comedy, while scene stealer Jane Lynch was named Favorite TV Comedy Actress. Similarly, House won Favorite TV Drama while leading lady Lisa Edelstein took home the Favorite TV Drama Actress crystal trophy thingamabob.
Other winners in major TV categories included … READ MORE
Exclusive: Glee Remaking The Grinch?
When you hear someone described as being “cuddly as a cactus and as charming as an eel,” chances are, you think of the Grinch. And then you may well think, “OMG, that sounds just like Glee-clubber Sue Sylvester, too.”
At least the series’ creator, Ryan Murphy, seems to have thought so.
I’m hearing the Fox hit’s Christmas episode will be titled “Sue the Grinch” and will revolve around the coach’s attempts to sabotage the holidays at McKinley High. And yes, the Grinch’s iconic theme song will get a Sue-centric remake. (Hey, once Jim Carrey became the live-action Grinch, it was clear nothing was sacred anymore.)
This story originally appeared on Movieline.com.