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
Glee's Amber Riley Teases a Different Mercedes, and New Musical Direction in Season 3
Brassy, big-voiced Mercedes Jones spent much of Glee‘s second season in “Hell to the No” mode, but according to Amber Riley, the show’s latest crop of episodes will find her …READ MORE
Exclusive: Without a Trace's Eric Close Locates Plum American Horror Story Role
American Horror Story has added another big TV name to its ranks.
Without a Trace alum Eric Close is joining the cast of Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk’s upcoming FX thriller in a recurring role, TVLine has learned exclusively.
Close will play …READ MORE
FX's American Horror Story Will 'Transcend' Viewers' Perception of Horror
FX’s upcoming spookfest American Horror Story may be a creep show of the highest order, but at its core it’s a drama about “marriage and infidelity,” co-creator Ryan Murphy told reporters at the Television Critics Association summer press tour in Beverly Hills.
That sentiment was echoed by leading lady Connie Britton, who plays one half of the show’s central couple (The Practice‘s Dylan McDermott costars as her husband). READ MORE
FX Picks Up Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk's American Horror Story, To Debut in October
A well-pedigreed American Horror Story will be told on FX, which has ordered to series the buzzy new drama from Glee bosses Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, and starring newly christened Emmy nominee Connie Britton (Friday Night Lights) and Dylan McDermott (The Practice). READ MORE
Glee Shocker: Lea Michele, Cory Monteith and Chris Colfer Not Returning For Season 4
Brace yourselves, Gleeks.
Glee exec producer Ryan Murphy just told The Hollywood Reporter that not only will Rachel, Finn and Kurt graduate from McKinley High at the end of the upcoming third season, but all three of their portrayers — Lea Michele, Cory Monteith and Chris Colfer — are “not going to be back at all for Season 4.”
That’s right, kids. He said At. All. READ MORE
Glee Boss Ryan Murphy: 'Amazing Stories' Coming for Mercedes, Mike, Tina, and Sue
Glee co-creator and executive producer Ryan Murphy used to worry about how fans would react to the introduction of new characters to the show’s merry band of musical high-school outcasts. But as he plans Season 3 of Fox’s smash hit — including a long-envisioned “endgame,” a graduation strategy for New Directions’ senior classmen, and a fresh crop of young talent (including one warbler from his new Oxygen reality series The Glee Project) — Murphy says he’s put those worries behind him. “It’s all about …READ MORE
TVLine Items: Oprah's Boffo Finale Ratings, J.Lo's Idol Future, and Other TV News to Know
Oprah doesn’t do mediocre — and neither do her ratings. The Queen of Daytime took her final bow on Wednesday, raking in her largest at-home audience in 17 years. READ MORE
Pilot Scoop: Taissa Farmiga, Evan Peters Round Out Ryan Murphy's American Horror Story
Connie Britton and Dylan McDermott, meet your new
demon spawn TV daughter. READ MORE
Glee Goes 3-D for Summer Concert Movie
Glee fans are going to be summer lovin’ this news: An August 12 release date has been set for Glee Live! 3D!, a concert film based on the cast’s upcoming tour. READ MORE