Fellow writers, can I get an amen?
Fellow writers, can I get an amen?
Lea Michele, Chris Colfer, Darren Criss, and more stars of the Fox dramedy talk about the first time they ever performed on the Glee stage.
In order to say goodbye to New Directions, the show went back to its beginnings.
On last night’s 100th episode, everything was Brittana and nothing hurt. Spoilers ahead, people.
The third season of FX’s horror anthology series ended with a messy finale, but the problems began long before that. Here’s a look at all the areas where American Horror Story: Coven failed.
OK, let’s take it from measure six. Deep breaths.
One knee, two hearts, three times your monthly salary, and four little words: “Will you marry me?” But not all proposals pop off the screen!
Not saying these are BETTER than the originals, but maybe some of them are?
We lost a lot of the good ones this year — and several of the not-so-good ones too. Also, SPOILER ALERT for like, pretty much every show. You’ve been warned.
From Nick and Jess on New Girl to Nolan and Patrick on Revenge, here are the kisses and couples that excited us most this year.
While LGBT representation went down slightly in 2013, the bigger problem is how LGBT characters were portrayed. With displays of same-sex affection so invisible, gay characters just aren’t on the same footing as their heterosexual counterparts.
SHE WON YAAAAASSSSSS GIRL. She is the best. EVER.
In the video for “Just Another Girl,” the Glee star turns out some serious menswear and a rather large mustache. She completely steals the show.
Because drinking’s more acceptable when it’s themed.
The most essential viewing of the week. Promise.
Tissues. The whole box.
“I feel like, for me personally, I’ve lost two people,” the Glee star says in her first revealing interview since the death of her co-star and boyfriend, Cory Monteith. She also opens up about “The Quarterback,” Thursday’s episode that pays tribute to Monteith and his Glee character.
It’s only 33 seconds long and I’m ugly crying.
The 25th season of The Simpsons premiered Sunday night with a parody of Homeland, but that’s far from the first show the animated sitcom has parodied. Here are some notable entries throughout the years.
Yes, it’s going to be a strange and difficult season. But we’ll get through it together… and through many, many tissues.
Glee kicks off its fifth season tonight, and in celebration BuzzFeed caught up with Chord Overstreet to find out what drives him crazy, what he’s searching for on Google, and to have him settle the age-old question of puppies or kittens.
When the Glee actor stopped by our offices, he was game to answer a few of the hardest “Would You Rather?” questions that will ever be asked. Here’s what went down.
The out actor plays gay in the new film C.O.G., and while that doesn’t mean he wants to be boxed in, Groff is hoping that his upcoming LGBT-centric projects expand the representation of the diverse community in movies and TV.
This will make you feel better about being awkward in high school. Teens on screen are always played by graceful twentysomethings.
THIS IS BIG NEWS, EVERYONE.
The late actor plays a drug addict in the cop drama, which premieres next month.
After winning the award for Best TV Actress - Comedy, an emotional Lea Michele thanked the fans for supporting her and dedicated her award to Cory Monteith. “Whether you knew him personally or just as Finn Hudson, Cory reached out and he became a part of all of our hearts,” she said.
“Cory will forever be in my heart.”
The original marketing campaign from the early 2000s featured then-rising stars Taylor Swift, Ashton Kutcher, and others.This one has actors from Glee, The Hunger Games, and dogs!