Just weeks ago all of 'Glee's' future had been in doubt, between Jane Lynch's controversial "Shooting Star" character exit, and the many contract renegotiations. Now, with season 4 officially in the can and seasons 5 and 6 guaranteed, 'Glee's' future seems secure save for one major cast member. Original series star Heather Morris has yet to resign a contract, and with her real-life pregnancy, could "Regionals" have been Brittany S. Pierce's last opus?
Now that FOX's 'Glee' has officially been picked up for an astonishing fifth and sixth seasons, it's a safe bet that series cornerstone Jane Lynch will be back, regardless of the character's recent exile. 'Glee's' recent controversial episode "Shooting Star" saw the character removed in such a manner that could very likely have proved permanent, so how will the show put Sue Sylvester back at McKinley High? Find out the latest from 'Glee' season 4 inside!
Well, this is an odd play for the Trade Federation. Just as 'Glee' fans began holding their breath for FOX to complete negotiations for a fifth season of the FOX musical hit, word has broken that the broadcast network has instead opted for a whopping two additional seasons. Seasons 5 and 6 may not be the last we've heard from 'Glee' either, so get the latest inside!
While FOX's star-making musical drama 'Glee' has courted plenty of controversy in its day, perhaps none were so hotly-debated as last week's "Shooting Star," which featured a harrowing and extended sequence of the usually chipper 'Glee' club hiding in fear of a potential school shooter. Regardless of the topical and controversial nature of the material, the episode certainly cast into doubt the future of Jane Lynch's Coach Sue Sylvester within the series. 'Glee's own fifth season future hangs in the balance, but has Jane Lynch been written out for good?
Tonight's all-new 'Glee' episode "Shooting Star" will likely have people talking for days, though we dare not say why, while we're also looking forward to an upcoming turn from 'Sons of Anarchy' star (and Kurt Sutter's real-life wife) Katey Sagal as Artie's oft-mentioned, never-before-seen mother! Sagal won't appear until closer toward the season's end, but we have a sneak peek of the former 'Married with Children' star's 'Glee' guest stint inside!
The 'Glee' franchise faces some unique circumstances going forward into a potential fifth season, as FOX continues to negotiate with cast and crew to re-sign -- though a fifth season could abandon the dual-city format and present a very different series next fall. News broke recently that Oxygen's tie-in reality competition 'The Glee Project' wouldn't return for a third season, perhaps fallen to FOX's prolonged negotiations, but might the show live on after all? Hear what Oxygen says inside!
Late last summer at Comic-Con 2012, 'Glee' series regular Kevin McHale (Artie Abrams) jokingly proposed that he'd like to see 'Sons of Anarchy' star and 'Married With Children' icon Katey Sagal take the role of his oft-mentioned, never seen mother. Who knew wishful thinking was all Ryan Murphy needed to make it happen? The actress/singer, and wife to 'Sons of Anarchy' creator Kurt Sutter will indeed make an appearance this season on 'Glee,' but will she be everything McHale hoped?
Despite the fact that 'Glee' creator Ryan Murphy's flagship series has yet to secure an official season 5 pickup, while NBC's 'The New Normal' remains on the bubble, Murphy has already begun the search for his post 'American Horror Story: Coven' success story. New reports claim the prolific producer will next shop a racy new sexuality drama to premium cable, but will Murphy's 'Open' live up to its namesake?
'Glee' fans well know that the series' season 4 set out to be one of change and transition, moving several characters into the New York setting while introducing a number of additional characters back in the primary setting of Lima, Ohio. Now, as the series prepares for its endgame, with no official season 5 renewal announced, 'Glee' has made a change it did not intend. Series star Cory Monteith has entered rehab for substance abuse, but how will it affect the end of the current season?
Near of a year ago, reporters and 'Glee' fans alike were shocked to learn that the Ryan Murphy musical drama would follow through on its promise of graduation, splitting the narrative between Rachel Berry and Kurt Hummel's New York adventures, and both new and returning players back in Lima, Ohio. Now, even as the experiment has proven largely successful, is 'Glee' plotting to abandon Lima and move to a single location once more? Get the scoop on 'Glee' season 5 from creator Ryan Murphy inside!