They're dancing in the streets because Glee is over for the season! (FOX)Season 5 wraps up with dreams coming true left and right! Stardom seems to be within the Glee kids' grasping little hands, most notably for Rachel, Blaine, and Mercedes. You'd think that means at least one of em would be in for a huge fall — but this is Glee, so remember, it bears little resemblance to reality! It's the "end of an era" for Glee — they keep telling us so, conveniently forgetting that they told us that...Read Full Story
(FOX)So, it's early days and all, but this move to New York seems like a good move for the show. By cutting the cast in half and not having to cram so much story in, Glee has some actual focus now! They use it wisely in a Sondheim-heavy episode about acceptance that tackles some serious issues, but also makes time for some standard Glee snark like summing up '80s TV classic The Facts of Life as "That Lesbian Show About Weed." Heh.Children Won't ListenWhat Now? Rachel's in tech (Smash fans...Read Full Story
Blaine is so glad he gave Sam that Flowbee for graduation! (FOX)Glee is dead! Long live Glee! Or at least, the show as we knew it is no more. They really did close up shop last week at McKinley, and from now on, it's I'll Take Manhattan all the time. Blaine, Sam and Artie are the lucky Hunger Game victors McKinley alums who have joined Rachel and Kurt (Santana's on vacation) in the City, ready to take a good-sized chomp out of the Big Apple .What Now? A diva's been born, y'all. Despite her...Read Full Story
(Fox)In a shockingly cohesive hour, we follow the McKinley gang to Los Angeles for...wait for it...NATIONALS! Finally. There's a lot of deja vu, guest stars, and name dropping, and in a touching and unexpected twist, it's as much of a tribute to Finn as the actual tribute episode was. Even better, actually. In fact, it's so affecting, I'm abandoning my usual cynicism for a straight-up Gleecap this week. As the kids gear up for the big competition, nerves abound. Schue calls upon Sam to step...Read Full Story
Darren Everett Criss (born February 5, 1987) is an American television actor, singer-songwriter and Internet personality. He is best known for his portrayals of Harry Potter in A Very Potter Musical and Blaine in the second season of Glee.