Who run the world? Girls!
Who run the world? Girls!
Don’t Stop Believing, mate.
Glee may have ended, but don’t stop believin’ in your show choir skills.
Glee may be gone, but these lessons will stay with us forever.
Did you ever stop believin’?
“I could offer you a warm embrace to make you feel my love.” Annnd I’m sobbing.
Many of these actors got their start on the Fox series. See how they’ve grown up after six seasons and more than 700 musical performances.
In its sixth and final season, the Fox series is queerer than it’s ever been, proving the one constant throughout the show has been celebrating difference.
Her Instagram is so on point.
A poll to see which glee couple you’re most excited to see in this last season.
Joe Manganiello will also star alongside Jamie Lee Curtis and Emma Roberts on Scream Queens, Fox’s 15-episode comedy-horror anthology.
If you’re looking to cast the next live TV musical, you might want to start here. Yes, theater freaks, you know all of this already.
The new year is bringing the return and debuts of some really fantastic television!
LGBT characters on broadcast television in 2014 weren’t as diverse as real queer people in the U.S.
Because you’d be his … in a Flash.
According to GLAAD’s annual studies.
As a child, Jane Lynch bullied other kids to fit in. Now, she’s written a picture book on better ways to make friends.
Why bad TV happens to good people. Warning: Spoilers for the True Blood series finale — if you still care.
Being part of something special makes you special, so quit hating!
ALL of the regrets.
It’s not just Lady Gaga. Many other leading ladies — and some of our favorite guys — have made the song a classic.
On July 13, Lea Michele paid tribute to her former Glee co-star and boyfriend on Twitter with a picture and loving note.
The Count of Monte Cristo was the original Heisenberg.
Chris Colfer’s account was hacked on Thursday and Lea Michele was the latest victim of what appears to be a bizarre social media attack. Michele’s reps deny that she is pregnant.
The PSA, airing first on BuzzFeed, is a journey that keeps you guessing about what unites the diverse group of people in New York City.
Drake kicks things off with an awkwardly adorable pic, while Madonna remembers a couple of icons she dated. Welcome back to #ThrowbackThursday.
I know it’s not cool to admit this. But Rachel turns anything into sonic gold.
The star and writer of the original off-Broadway musical and subsequent film reveals Hedwig’s long road to the Great White Way, if he’ll ever don that wig again, and where things stand with the sequel.
For the first time, the studio behind Glee sets the record straight about Naya Rivera’s rumored axing.
Fellow writers, can I get an amen?