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'Pretty Little Liars,' 'Castle,' 'Fringe,' 'Glee,' 'Bones': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

True story: The other day, I spent three hours planning my TV schedule for fall. Yes, three hours. And yes, I took into account the fact that I have two DVRs. (Work and home!)

Like any good athlete, I’ve prepared and am ready for battle. THIS IS OUR TIME, fellow couch potatoes. Join me!

And now that we’re all motivated, I invite you to channel that excitement into some questions! Send all burning questions to And if you’ve already submitted one, maybe it made this week’s Spoiler Room column… READ FULL STORY

'Glee': Lady Gaga, Britney Spears, Imagine Dragons covers among season 4 music

Gleeks have to wait another eight days to see Glee‘s season 4 premiere, but Wednesday fans were treated to a taste of the music that the New Directions will be serenading us with this year. Wednesday evening, the Glee Facebook page featured a streaming presentation with five songs from the first two episodes of the season, all introduced by Darren Criss (Blaine) and Kevin McHale (Artie). No peeks at footage of the dance numbers for these songs, but the music was backed by stills from the new season.

EW tuned in to the stream, so if you missed it, we have the details on the music coming to the Fox musical show in the coming two weeks: READ FULL STORY

'Glee' season 4: Rachel gets close to new classmate Brody -- PHOTOS

For the love of Finchel!

Finn and Rachel may have broken it off in the season finale of Glee last year, but smiley Rachel doesn’t seem to be letting that get her down in these new promo photos from the second episode of the show’s fourth season, titled “Britney 2.0.”

In fact, the one-time New Directions star seems pretty happy as she gets to know classmate Brody Westen (newbie Dean Geyer), who is said to help Rachel in her transition to NYADA. (Kate Hudson’s character on the other hand? Not so nice.)

I think I know the answer, but what do we think of this pair, Gleeks? Is there some spark in these pics? Or is it Finchel forever? More pics below: READ FULL STORY

'Glee': Watch more of Kate Hudson as Rachel's mean dance teacher

Rachel Berry, you’re not in Ohio anymore.

On the upcoming season of Glee, the one-time star of the New Directions is in for a rude awakening when she gets started at NYADA in New York. In a recently released season 4 promo for the Fox musical show, fans got a brief taste of Kate Hudson’s no-nonsense, say-it-like it is dance teacher. Now a full clip from Rachel’s Dance 101 class has hit the web. Bonus: An intro with Cory Monteith, plus Ike Barinholtz of new Fox show The Mindy Project. Check it out below.

Ryan Murphy tweets new 'Glee' posters -- but where's Quinn?

Another day, another Gleeful bit of scoop from Ryan Murphy’s Twitter. The busiest man in show business has whetted fan appetites with a pair of new posters for his musical dramedy’s fourth season.

The first evokes Glee posters of old and focuses on Rachel Berry (Lea Michele), who’s due to discover that NYADA can be just as icy as the halls of McKinley High. Only this time, the frost isn’t coming from mean-girl cheerleaders — but from her very own dance teacher.

The second is a group shot that features both new and returning cast members, with one glaring exception: Dianna Agron’s Quinn is nowhere to be found. And while the poster includes pointed signs for the various cities where McKinley’s alumni are now living — New York, Los Angeles, Lima, St. Louis — there’s no arrow reading “New Haven,” where Quinn is attending college. Does this mean the former Cheerio captain is off the show for good?

Not so fast, says Murphy: “Gleeks, please relax,” he tweeted shortly after releasing the second poster. “Dianna is still on the show. We love her and have great plans for Quinn. #QuinnFabrayLives.” Unless she keeps texting and driving, of course.

Check out large versions of both posters below.


New 'Glee' promo: See Kate Hudson's nasty dance teacher in action

This September, school is back in session — even though the class of 2012 has moved on. (Well, mostly.)

Fox just released a new trailer for Glee‘s fourth season — and while it’s only a scant 31 seconds long, it holds plenty of hints for what’s in store for McKinley’s finest. A newly transported Rachel is doing her best to succeed at NYADA, despite snide comments from mean dance teacher Cassandra July (Kate Hudson); Sue has apparently given birth, or is at least holding someone else’s baby; and Brittany is being Brittany, mistaking a New Directions member for… well, we won’t ruin the joke. For all this, plus a snippet of Darren Criss’s rendition of “It’s Time” by Imagine Dragons, watch the full clip for yourself:


'Glee': Kate Hudson as Rachel's sexy new dance teacher -- EXCLUSIVE PHOTO

Kate Hudson already got her dance on in the movie musical Nine, and it looks like she’ll be returning to those sexy moves on the Sept. 13 premiere of Glee, based on this exclusive EW image (co-creator Ryan Murphy tweeted a different image yesterday). Hudson plays Cassandra July, a dance instructor at Rachel’s new school, NYADA. See the larger version below… READ FULL STORY

'Glee Project' winner interview: 'There was so much excitement, I almost levitated'

winning,” he told EW this morning. But viewers couldn’t count out the Miami native, who impressed Ryan Murphy with his consistent performances and the fact that he was, as casting director Robert Ulrich said, “the best actor” in the group.

After a last-chance performance of “I’ll Be” — not to mention a surprise poem reading — a jubilant Jenner walked away with the seven-episode arc on the fourth season of the show. Jenner got on the phone with EW this morning to talk about his lack of sleep, why he read a poem, and what he hopes his Glee character gets to do next season (Watch out, Brittany/Santana shippers!)

BLAKE JENNER: I’m so excited, you have no idea. I’m so excited, and so thankful.

Did you sleep at all last night?
I didn’t sleep at all last night. I was talking to family and friends, both in L.A. and also in Miami, my hometown. I honestly got probably an hour and a half of sleep last night, but I’m still so stoked — I don’t even feel tired at all. The excitement is so unbelievable. READ FULL STORY

FIRST LOOK: 'Glee' Emmy nominee Dot-Marie Jones visits 'The Exes' -- EXCLUSIVE

Though Dot-Marie Jones found her calling card as Coach Shannon Beiste on Glee, she has been in the biz for more than two decades. Jones, a 15-time world arm wrestling champion, has found a steady stream of work by embracing her imposing stature. “You can’t hide 6’3″,” she says. “I’m not going to act like I’m a 5’2″ woman that’s 105 pounds. I couldn’t be under 200 pounds if I were dead and hollow.” But, as seen in the above picture, she may have found her match in Kristen Johnston, the six-foot-tall star of The Exes. The two ladies will go toe-to-toe (and cheek-to-cheek) in the Aug. 22 episode of the TV Land sitcom. Below, get a closer of look of Jones and Johnston’s face-off, then see what the two-time Emmy nominee has to say about her return to McKinley High and the red carpet.


'Glee' scoop: New Directions to perform 'Call Me Maybe' in season four premiere -- EXCLUSIVE

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The song of the summer, Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe,” will have yet another cover come Sept. 13: EW has exclusively learned that Glee‘s  New Directions will be tackling the hit tune in the season four premiere. The episode, fittingly called “The New Rachel,” will find the series characters dealing with the aftermath of graduation.

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Ryan Murphy tweets deleted Tina/Mike scene; Gleeks can commence freaking out — VIDEO
Attention, gleeks! Ryan Murphy tweets deleted Kurt/Blaine scene

Ryan Murphy tweets deleted Tina/Mike scene; Gleeks can commence freaking out -- VIDEO

Ryan Murphy (@MrRPMurphy) is quite the high-impact tweeter.

Since joining the social networking site just two weeks ago, the showrunner has sent Gleeks’ hearts aflutter with a deleted Kurt/Blaine scene, as well as American Horror Story scoop and his secret wishes (Sample tweet: “A big GLEE goal this year: a Madonna/Elton John mashup. #gayhatchetburying”).

This afternoon, he dropped another present for Glee fans: A deleted Mike/Tina scene that has some PDA(!) and a heart-to-heart with Mike’s parents. For fans who were disappointed with the duo’s lack of screen time this season, Murphy feels your pain. “One of the many heart-breaking losses when an episode is 15 minutes long. #criminallyneglectedcouples” he tweeted along with the video.

Check out the scene below — and be prepared to tear up: READ FULL STORY

'Glee Project' exit shocker: Double elimination! 'Some people might not like it, but that's me'

The penultimate episode of The Glee Project was last night, so some surprises should have been expected. But coming off last season’s ‘everybody wins something!’ finale, last night’s twist was anything but a win-win. At the last-minute, Ryan Murphy decided to cut two contestants instead of one, sending just three to duke it out for the ultimate prize next week. After last-chance performances from all five, 18-year-old Lily Mae Harrington and 18-year-old Michael Weisman both found themselves singing the eliminated castoff song, “Keep Holding On,” as the credits rolled.

EW chatted up both Lily and Michael together on the phone today to find out about their version of Murphy’s Law, Michael’s nerdy side finally coming out, and whether Lily regrets anything she said on the show (and you won’t believe her new roommate!).

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Quite a surprise last night! On the show, Blake said that the most likely scenario was all five of you guys going to the finale. Did  you all talk at all about how you thought the end game would be?
Michael: Oh yeah. We came up with every possible permutation, except the one that actually happened. READ FULL STORY

Attention, gleeks! Ryan Murphy tweets deleted Kurt/Blaine scene

It’s Christmas in August!

For three days, Ryan Murphy has been littering his brand new Twitter page with photos, videos, and scoop about American Horror Story, NBC’s upcoming comedy The New Normal, and Glee (“You know who I want as BLAINE’s mom? Catherine Zeta-Jones!”). But among this bounty, there’s one tidbit that any Murphy fan will find particularly swoon-worthy: a deleted Kurt/Blaine scene from Glee‘s most recent holiday episode.

The clip — known among gleeks as “The Box Scene” — shows McKinley High’s cutest couple discussing December’s auction of Elizabeth Taylor’s treasures. Their chat naturally leads to an exchange of jewelry — albeit not the type that sparkles like white diamonds. See for yourself, and prepare for your heart to grow three sizes:



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