Word on the Glee street is that somebody’s going to be doing some heavy-duty walking. Somebody unexpected. Don’t worry it’s nothing too unexpected…but it’s definitely something new….
Seems everybody’s on Oprah these days. Now on April 7, we’ll get to see the entire cast of Glee take the Oprah stage, showcasing interviews, a performance, and maybe even some spoilers? Check this out….
The Ausiello Files just released another installment of “Ask Ausiello” yesterday, and we’ve got spoilers galore in the Glee department. Sit tight as Michael Ausiello gives us a chunk of Glee scoop. And not just any scoop – juicy scoop.
Have you heard yet about Suzie Gardner’s (Gleeks United) upcoming companion guide book, Don’t Stop Believin’: The Unofficial Guide to Glee? Pretty cool. It’s not every day you get the inside scoop for a book slated for a release this fall, and a book all about Glee no less.
After such stars signing up for Glee as Madonna and Lady Gaga, Ryan Murphy is now also interested in getting Julia Roberts (Pretty Woman) having a cameo on the show. And apparently, she’s a Gleek herself. According to series co-creator Ryan Murphy….
Yep, you heard right. Adding to the list of guest appearances and cameos is something the creators, cast, and fans alike have been doing since Glee first aired last May, and now we have one more name to add. For real.
In response to the overwhelming…well, response to the singing smash hit that Glee brought, Fox plans to kick things up a notch and elongate the next season.
Michael Auseillo of Entertainment Weekly’s The Ausiello Files recently put up a new installment of Ausiello TV, and he just might get that extra scoop of Glee goodness from NPH about the “Joss Whedon-helmed” episode.
1…2…3, and…who’s down for the count? Will’s not yet, despite Terri’s crazed efforts to hold onto her man and Sue’s even more crazed efforts to sabotage the glee club. And of course, there’s that upcoming rivalry with Vocal Adrenaline.
That Fox has already announced an air date for the Glee season 1 finale certainly seems strange, especially when we’re all so pumped up about its return this spring. But think about it this way – the end of season 1 can only mean the beginning of season 2.