Another sign that the holidays are fast approaching? When nearly every TV show I want to see is on hiatus! But no worries, the good thing about having a break is that you can catch up on any shows you might have missed or re-watch favorite moments you don’t want to forget.
Posts Tagged Jane Lynch
Is there anything more despicable than parents of LGBT youth who choose to throw their kids into the streets rather than love them and try to understand who they really are?
NEW YORK (AP) — The high school musical drama “Glee” said goodbye to Finn, its beloved singer-quarterback, while paying tribute to Cory Monteith, the late actor who had portrayed him,… More
There’s nothing “gleeful” about filming the fifth season of “Glee,” according to star Naya Rivera. While attending the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards in Brooklyn on Sunday, Aug, 25, the 26-year-old actress spoke candidly with Us Weekly about getting back to work following the tragic July 13 death of costar Cory Monteith.
By Jethro Nededog Fox is nearing production on “Glee’s” third episode of Season 5, the tribute episode for Cory Monteith. Star Jane Lynch told E! that “it’s gonna be awful…. More
By Tim Kenneally It’s game on for another round of “Hollywood Game Night.” NBC said Tuesday that it has renewed the freshman game show for a 10-episode Season 2, with… More
A conversation between Craig Ferguson and Jane Lynch about the death of Cory Monteith illustrated how a sad, real-life subject can sometimes be an awkward fit for talk shows accustomed to trafficking in comedy. Watch …
There are a ton of openly gay performers on this year’s list of Emmy Nominees. Zachary Quinto and Sarah Paulson for “American Horror Story: Asylum,” Jim Parsons for “The Big Bang Theory,” and many more.
Jane Lynch remembered her “Glee” castmate Cory Monteith as “a great guy” who once flew across the country just to visit a sick child who wanted to meet him. Watch her pay tribute to Monteith on “The Tonight Show” …
This month Cinema Asian America on XFINITY On Demand presents “Bam Bam and Celeste”, starring and written by comedian Margaret Cho. The first feature film made by Cho and her… More