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'Glee' exclusive clip: Blaine teaches a lesson on smack talk

Glee has brought new faces, relationships and enemies to the sixth and final season, and on tonight’s episode, “The Hurt Locker: Part 1,” a very—uh, fuzzy?—intruder will be making a surprise cameo.

The New Directions are warming up for sectionals through a little friendly competition with Blaine (Darren Criss) and the Warblers and Mr. Schue (Matthew Morrison) and Vocal Adrenaline, and Blaine isn’t afraid to throw around some smack-talk (who else wants nice-Blaine back?) But, Rachel (Lea Michele) and Kurt (Chris Colfer) have a lot of work to do if they want the New Directions to be ready for sectionals.

Will this sing-off scare away their new members? Or will the bear that’s invaded Blaine’s apartment do that for him?

Glee airs Friday at 9 p.m. on Fox.

Abigail Breslin on making Ryan Murphy's 'Scream Queens' her first TV role

While details remain scarce, the cast for Ryan Murphy’s upcoming comedy-horror anthology series Scream Queens is starting to fill out nicely. Among the new cast members announced at Saturday’s Television Critic’s Association’s winter press event, was former child star Abigail Breslin of Little Miss Sunshine fame making her television debut.


'Glee': Coach Beiste announces a life-changing decision in the latest episode


Tonight’s Glee featured an emotional twist involving McKinley’s beloved football coach Shannon Beiste (Dot Marie Jones). In a heartbreaking scene, Beiste reveals to Sam (Chord Overstreet) and Sue (Jane Lynch) that the reason she’s been missing practices is that she’s preparing to transition to becoming a man. ”I gotta get my body in alignment with how I see myself,” she tells them teary-eyed. Sam is put in charge of the football team in her absence and Sue, surprisingly, promises Beiste that her job will be there for her when she returns to work. This storyline will continue to play out in Glee‘s final season. Watch the clip below…

Why a humbled 'Glee' is a 'Glee' worth watching

The final season of Glee began last week as a bittersweet symphony of heartbreak, busted dreams, wary hope, and risky but possibly rewarding change. To these eyes, the two-part premiere was as much about the franchise itself, a story about Glee‘s own rise and fall, and the aftermath of that fall.

The ascending star of Rachel Berry (Lea Michele)—arguably the show’s defining arc—has crashed, much like the show itself as a pop phenom. Lovers Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Blaine (Darren Criss) are consciously uncoupled, their relationship ruined by too much combustible chemistry and too many petty irritations. Many former fans of this volatile, idiosyncratic enterprise can relate. Everything that the New Directions—and Glee—stood for is in flux or imperiled; the club’s very legacy is in question. READ FULL STORY

'Glee' final season ratings crash: Clearly, many fans have let it go


The final season of Fox’s Glee started on a very low ratings note Friday night.

In its new night, Glee opened to a mere 2.3 million viewers and a 0.7 rating among adults 18-49. Any show shifting to Friday night tends to coincide with a ratings drop (last season aired on Thursdays), but that rating is down 65 percent from last season’s premiere. It also stood as the lowest-rated regular episode for a series on a major broadcast network last night; obviously, it’s easily Glee‘s weakest premiere ever. Even ABC’s Cristela (6.7 million 1.3) kicked Fox’s musical comedy to the curb.

One highlight from the two-hour opener: Lea Michele singing “Let It Go” from Frozen. You can see that scene here and be sure to check out EW’s Glee recap.

'Glee': 10 Things You'll See in Tonight's Premiere

It’s been a long wait for Gleeks, but Glee is finally back tonight for its final batch of 13 episodes. The two-part premiere, airing at 8 p.m. ET on Fox, is a homecoming in many ways: Rachel (Lea Michele) returns to Lima and decides to reboot the glee club at McKinley with the help of Kurt (Chris Colfer).

Without spoiling too much, here are 10 things to look for in tonight’s fun, nostalgia-rich premiere. READ FULL STORY

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Watch 'Glee' star Lea Michele sing 'Let It Go' in the season premiere -- exclusive

Glee returns for its sixth and final season this Friday on Fox at 8 p.m. ET. The show is tackling one of the most iconic pop songs of recent years, Frozen‘s “Let It Go,” and EW has the exclusive clip of Lea Michele’s performance. The video will also be shown on tonight’s episode of American Idol. READ FULL STORY

Hear Lea Michele's 'Let It Go' from 'Glee'

Glee fans got a taste of Lea Michele’s take on the inescapable Frozen ballad in the trailer for the sixth and final season of the show. Now, thanks to People, the entire rendition is available.  READ FULL STORY

Rachel and Kurt return to McKinley in 'Glee' final season teaser

For Glee‘s sixth and final season, Rachel and Kurt are returning to McKinley High to reinstate the Glee Club. And from the looks of the trailer, that involves butting heads with Ms. Sylvester, running into The Dalton Academy Warblers and, of course, singing “Let It Go.”

But where’s Idina Menzel?


Fox orders horror comedy 'Scream Queens' from 'Glee' creators for 2015

Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, the minds behind American Horror Story, are staying in the scary business: Fox has ordered a new horror-comedy called Scream Queens from the pair and their Glee co-creator Ian Brennan.

Queens is an anthology series much like AHS and the first season, to debut in Fall 2015 with 15 episodes, will be about a college campus rocked by murders; latter seasons will be in different locations and have different plots. READ FULL STORY

Rachel Berry takes over the 'Glee' club in the final season

Glee won’t say farewell without an actual glee club. Though New Directions was shut down last season, the final year of the Fox dramedy will resurrect the club with a surprising new leader.


The final season of 'Glee' will be 13 episodes

Glee won’t be returning for its final run until 2015, but it will be a shorter season than previously expected. EW has confirmed that the Fox series’ last batch of episodes will be 13 instead of the previously announced 22.

Former Fox head Kevin Reilly told reporters in May that the order for the series could change. “We need to sit down with [creator] Ryan Murphy on how to end it,” Reilly said. “The advantage of  airing it later in the season is that it doesn’t have to feel the pressure of delivering.”


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