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'Glee': Watch Rachel, Kurt, and Santana sing with a hot shirtless Santa -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

Thursday, Dec. 5, is Glee‘s holiday episode, “Previously Unaired Christmas,” at 9 p.m. on Fox, and what better way to celebrate the holidays than inhaling some helium and dancing around your Brooklyn loft with a scantily clad Santa? Well, that’s at least how Rachel, Kurt, and Santana choose to get festive in this exclusive clip where they invite over hottie mall Santa Cody for dinner (the three roomies are working with him as elves) and sing the Alvin and the Chipmunks classic “Christmas Don’t Be Late.” Watch the clip below…
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'Glee' hits 100 episodes: Which original cast members will return?

On March 18, Glee will air its landmark 100th episode. In honor of the occasion, the show has already launched Gleeks Choice, which allows fans to vote for their favorite Glee songs of all time to be remixed in the 100th episode. But who will be singing those memorable numbers?

Glee showrunner Ryan Murphy recently tweeted that all the original cast members had been invited to return to the show:
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'Glee' fans to choose songs featured on 100th episode

Glee fans, affectionately known as Gleeks, will finally get the chance to directly impact what happens on the musical series, now in its fifth season. Fox has announced Gleeks Choice, an online initiative that calls for fans to vote for the songs to be “remixed” for the show’s upcoming 100th episode. The episode airs March 18, so there’s plenty of time for Ryan Murphy and Co. to craft a story around the top 10 chosen songs. Fans can vote for up to 10 songs at a time and can submit votes as many times as their Gleekish hearts desire.

The choice of songs includes notable Glee moments like Rachel and Kurt’s “Defying Gravity,” Santana’s “Valerie,” and Artie’s “Safety Dance.” Also included is the pilot’s iconic rendition of Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’,” which remains a fan favorite. Previews of each song are included with each choice — so don’t worry if you can’t remember what Gwyneth Paltrow’s rendition of “Landslide” sounds like.

Glee airs Thursdays at 9 p.m. on Fox.

'Glee': Watch Chord Overstreet's Sam pose as an underwear model -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

While tonight’s Glee, airing at 9 p.m. on Fox, is a tribute to the music of Billy Joel, it’s also a tribute to the handsome good looks of star Chord Overstreet.

It seems that Overstreet’s Sam doesn’t want to go to college or so he tells Rachel (Lea Michele) in this exclusive scene from the latest episode, “Movin’ Out.” Sam actually has always dreamed of being a male model and sees himself starring in an ad where his “junk is as big as a car.” Such ambition! Watch the clip below…
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'Glee' first look: McKinley kids as puppets! EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS

Last week may have been all about the twerk, but come Thanksgiving, the Glee crew is going to have to contend with something even scarier: Puppet versions of themselves.

In the episode “Puppet Master,” Blaine and Kurt both get bossy: Blaine believes he has the best plan to win Nationals, but doesn’t take the glee club’s criticism too well when the students accuse him of being too controlling. Over in New York, Kurt also runs into control issues when the band disagrees over the venue of their first official gig.

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'Glee' First Look: Watch Tyra Banks mentor Chord Overstreet in modeling -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

Season five of Glee has already seen guest turns from stars like Demi Lovato and Adam Lambert. Now this week’s installment, “Moving Out,” features supermodel Tyra Banks as Bichette, the head of a New York modeling agency who may have interest in Sam (Chord Overstreet) after he graduates from McKinley. EW has an exclusive behind the scenes look at the episode, which is also a musical tribute to Billy Joel, airing Thursday, Nov. 21 at 9 p.m. on Fox.
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Adam Lambert talks his first 'Glee' episode -- and more acting?

Gleeks, get ready to welcome Adam Lambert! The American Idol alum — who is so much more than just that nowadays, laying down a track on Avicii’s new album and headlining the iHeart Radio festival with Queen — joins the cast of Glee in season five, and he’s about to throw down with your boy Kurt! READ FULL STORY

Jane Lynch teases 'Glee' season five, the series finale, and the 'new normal' on set

As Glee prepares to return from a month-long hiatus following the show’s farewell episode to Cory Monteith in October, moods are brightening up again when it comes to Fox’s musical hit. Music faves Adam Lambert and Demi Lovato are on board this season, and the show is already delivering crowdpleasing tunes like Lady Gaga’s “Applause” and Katy Perry’s “Roar” (both of which appear in tomorrow’s episode).

As the new principal of McKinley High, Jane Lynch’s now-iconic queen of mean Sue Sylvester has finally taken control—and she’s loving life on top. Lynch stopped by EW to chat about what’s coming down the pipeline for Sue and whether the former Cheerios coach will ever find her way to New York. READ FULL STORY

'Castle,' 'Sleepy Hollow,' 'Justified,' 'Supernatural,' 'Glee': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

Does Castle have a plan of action? Who’s Justified‘s big bad this season? Is Supernatural getting a Psych visit? These questions and more are answered in this week’s Spoiler Room!

Send all follow-up Qs and scoop requests to spoilerroom@ew.com.
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'Top Chef': Lea Michele pays a visit to the Big Easy

It’s Halloween in New Orleans, and what better way to celebrate than with Glee star (and admitted Top Chef superfan) Lea Michele? The funny girl joins the chefs in her kitty costume best on tonight’s episode for a masquerade ball. Check out an exclusive clip below and find out tonight which chefs impressed and who will pack their knives.
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'Glee' creator Ryan Murphy on the show's new end game

Last week’s Finn/Cory Monteith farewell episode of Glee was not an easy episode for fans of the usually joy-filled show, but it certainly paid fitting tribute to the young star, who died at 31 in July, and the popular character whom he portrayed. But it also left a large, lingering question: What next?

Well, according to creator Ryan Murphy, he may have finally figured out how to adjust some major pieces of the puzzle in light of the unexpected and devastating event. “The whole [last] year of the show — which will be next year — was really designed around Rachel-Cory/Finn story. I always knew that. I always knew how it would end,” he told reporters before a Paley Center event honoring the FX network Wednesday night in Los Angeles. “I knew what the last shot was — he was in it. I knew what the last line was; she said it to him. So when a tragedy like that happens you sort of have to pause and figure out what you want to do.”

Murphy said he thinks he has “a good idea” of what his adjusted end game will look like and plans to pitch it to the studio and network this month. “I think it’s very satisfactory and kind of in his honor, which I love,” he said of the new idea.

More immediately, Murphy, who is also in the middle of production on the current season of American Horror Story: Coven, said the next episodes of Glee will be “a little more traditional because [the tribute] episode was so hard on the cast,” he said. Titled “A Katy or a Gaga,” the Nov. 7 episode has “lots of costumes, a lot of great set pieces,” he added.  

While the music continues on Glee, moving on after Monteith’s death hasn’t been an easy — as one might expect. “It’s hard every day,” Murphy said.  

'Glee' Review: An earnest, flawed tribute to the life (not the death) of Cory Monteith

How do you grieve? Emphasis on the you, not so much the how. There is no one and right way to grieve, and any form of it is going to be messy, awkward, and painful. Glee’s tribute to Cory Monteith — who died in July at the age of 31 from a drug overdose — told a story that marked the passing of the character he played, the good-hearted, comically dim high-school jock Finn Hudson. It was an exploration of grief — and a “self-serving spectacle of our own sadness” to quote the always tactful Sue Sylvester — that was, not surprisingly, messy, awkward and painful. As catharsis for fans of Glee and Monteith, “The Quarterback” was much like Finn himself: Earnest, flawed, a little irritating, winning.

The most conspicuous and debatable choice made by Glee creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk was to deny the audience an explanation for what caused Finn’s death. Speaking through some opening narration by Finn’s glee-club cohort and stepbrother Kurt (Chris Colfer), we were told this information didn’t matter, with a tone that made it sound like it was inappropriate for us to even want to know: “Everyone wants to talk about how he died, but who cares?” It played like a passive-aggressive scold to those who only want to dote on Monteith’s death (and yeah, those people are jerks…), not — to again quote Kurt — “how he lived” (… but like we knew him?). READ FULL STORY

UPDATE: 'Glee' debuts trailer for Cory Monteith memorial episode -- VIDEO

The last two episodes of Glee have been upbeat, but that’s going to change next Thursday.

Following Thursday night’s episode, Glee debuted the trailer for next week’s memorial episode for Cory Monteith/Finn, and it’s a doozy. In the first look, the kids are seen putting together a shrine of sorts at Finn’s old locker, while a Glee cover of “Make You Feel My Love” plays over shots of Kurt and Rachel crying.

“[The episode] was very difficult to shoot,” creator Ryan Murphy told reporters yesterday. “Those actors and the crew really loved Cory. They loved Cory. …He was the most kind, the most generous, never a bad word for anybody. so I think what you will see in the episode is what really happened. Almost everything in that episode is from the first take of every performance. The actors and crew had a really hard time shooting it. I’ve never seen a crew where you can’t continue shooting it because they left the room sobbing. It was very hard. I struggled working on it because what you’re seeing is not just what people felt about Finn but Cory.”

“When you write something like that there’s no right way to do it,” Murphy continued. “A lot of the actors contacted me and said, ‘I loved him so much can I please be a part of it,’ so we put them in. It was very rough. It was very rough with Lea [Michele], but I was very proud of it.”

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