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For the Love of Fashion! Penelope Cruz Will Play Donatella Versace in 'American Crime Story'

By Areeba Abid on
Leave it to Ryan Murphy to surprise us with yet another casting decision!Read Full Story

'Glee's' Darren Criss and 'Awkward's' Jessica Lu Join 'American Horror Story: Hotel'

By Cecily Trowbridge on
Some fresh meat has arrived to the Hotel Cortez.Read Full Story

'Glee' Final Season Teaser: Are You Ready to 'Let It Go'?

By Jill Slattery on
The gang is back at McKinley High for the show's swan song season.Read Full Story

'Glee' Recap: That's Show Business?

By Tara Gelsomino on
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

'Glee' Recap: Putting it Together

By Tara Gelsomino on
(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

'Glee' Recap: My Kind of Town

By Tara Gelsomino on
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

'Glee' Recap: More than a Feeling

By Tara Gelsomino on
(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

'Glee' Recap: Three Times the Zzzz....

By Tara Gelsomino on
(Fox)In tonight's "Trio," an episode featuring no fewer than seven songs...not much else happened! No really. This one smells like Teen Filler, folks. Schu Business What now? Emma's back! She and Will waste class time getting it on in a broom closet and promptly get caught by Becky. And we all learn far too much about "successful emissions" as we discover the Schu-Pillsburys are trying to get poppin' fresh. Er, pregnant. But they're not having much luck turning their duo into a trio...until...Read Full Story

'Glee' Recap: What Does the Gleek Say?

By Tara Gelsomino on
Puppets: Creepier than clowns? Discuss. (FOX)This week on Glee, puppets. And gas leak hallucinations. AND OMG! Brad talks. A LOT. It might be an even messier hot mess than usual. (I guess they figured everyone would be in a tryptophan coma by now anyway.) Felt Up! What now? Blaine tries to boss the Glee club around to everyone’s dislike, and rants to Kurt who tells him he’s being a puppet master. CUE THE PUPPETS. He has multiple fantasy sequences of all the other Glee kids as puppets giving...Read Full Story

'Glee' Recap: Uptown Hurl

By Tara Gelsomino on
Rachel Berry: Sam's fan girl? Oh how her star has fallen. (FOX)This week on Glee, the tarty tunesters pay a tame tribute to a star who has thankfully never twerked in his life (that we know of anyway): Billy Joel. With a decades-long catalog of hits by the original piano man to choose from, you'd think it'd be a good one, but the show's unfortunately already picked the low-hanging Joel fruit in previous seasons (Oh, "For the Longest Time" and "We Didn't Start the Fire", we hardly knew ye!) so...Read Full Story