The death of a minor supporting character on a tiny CW show set of a huge discussion about the representation of the LBGTQ community on TV, and this caught most people by surprise. Yet here we are, a month after The 100 aired the inciting incident, still talking about it. What’s keeping this discussion going? In part,…
Who asked for a sequel to The Wizard of Oz featuring Lea Michele from Glee as Dorothy, and Dan Aykroyd as the Scarecrow? Whoever it is, here you go. The first trailer for Dorothy of Oz looks, well... let's just say unnecessary. The computer animation looks sort of like a kids' video game circa 1995, and the one song…
"A long time ago in a chalet far, far away," the Gleeks mixed two especially nerdy Christmas specials together, The Star Wars Holiday Special and the Judy Garland Christmas Show — and what they got was sweet, sweet, egg-noggy heroin. Watch what happens when you mix scifi nerds and theater kids together. It's a…
Here's the first ever image from American Horror Story, the "haunted house" show from Ryan Murphy, creator of Glee and Nip/Tuck. The FX show made a presentation at the Television Critics Association today, and the early buzz is that it might be the scariest show ever.
I'm not that familiar with Glee (I'm pretty sure the show's about a bunch of melodious high schoolers being held hostage by their immortal principal, Dick Clark) but I can't be churlish about Green Lantern colorist Randy Mayor's charming poster.
Not only was Glee's Chris Colfer just named one of Time Magazine's 100 most influential people, but he also just landed a second script deal. He's written the pilot for Disney's new series The Little Leftover Witch.
Last night the gleeks premiered their mash-up of Michael Jackson's "Thriller" with the Yeah Yeah Yeahs' "Heads Will Roll". There were zombies, football players, hyper cuts of the dancing (we wish we could have seen more moves!) and lots of autotune. What did you make of the sweetened zombie spectacle?
What's Glee's next pop victim? Michael Jackson's zombie dancing horde from Thriller. Let's be honest, "The Rocky Horror Glee Show" was a bit of a bust, so Glee, you've really got to bang this one out. Here's a first look.
Last night Glee took us on a strange journey with their G-rated version of the Rocky Horror Picture Show. While the cast struggled through the poorly written script, the music, dancing, costumes, and shout-outs were electrifying!
Glee's Halloween episode, in which the Gleeks do Rocky Horror Picture Show, has sparked a lot of press attention. And now it turns out the show's creator, Ryan Murphy, is actually in talks to remake the movie.
It's time for Halloween episodes, and surprise — Glee is going Rocky Horror. Check out a few stills of the cast — no big surprise that Finn's playing Brad, but we're kind of surprised at who took on Eddie.
It's a science fiction double feature! The Rocky Horror Show just made its triumphant stage return, in Dublin. Here are some amazing cast pics. And a version is also hitting LA soon, with the Glee stars and Billy Idol.
Fox greenlit a show that blends courtroom drama with multiple universes. A woman's caught between a reality in which she's a trial lawyer, and one in which she's on trial. Fox also recently approved a "supernatural" show from Glee's creator.
Comic-Con's just posted their Sunday guide. After the onslaught of panels on Saturday, it's a much quieter day, with appearances from the Smallville and Supernatural crew, Matt Fraction, and a whole lot more (including Glee, if you're into that).
It's official, according to Entertainment Weekly's Mark Harris: television is better than movies now. We're in the middle of a summer of by-the-numbers movies, while TV is blazing new trails. Too bad science fiction rules the movies instead of TV.
What TV show is going to be the new Lost? People keep asking. But the sad fact is, it may take a few years before we see anything like the island-castaway show again. Real-life spoilers ahead.
Everyone who's been complaining that Dollhouse pulled a bait-and-switch, showing us a post-apocalyptic world at the end of season one, then failing to revisit it in season two: quitcher bitchin'. We saw the roots of that dystopia last night.
Wonder just what was going through the heads ofFringe writers when they came up with last season's finale? This Thursday, you'll get a chance to learn firsthand, thanks to the magic of Twitter.