Actor Mark Salling has been found dead from what police believe was suicide. He was 35.
Mark Salling, who played Puck on Glee, will serve between four and seven years in prison after pleading guilty on Tuesday to possession of child pornography involving prepubescent minors.
Naya Rivera’s new memoir Sorry Not Sorry is coming out and she is does not seem to be holding anything back in terms of strong headline reveals.
On Wednesday night’s show, Rachel Maddow made an understandable error. When discussing Senator Angus King, a Maine Independent, she showed a photograph of Peter King, a Republican congressman from New York. Later in the episode, she dedicated a brief segment apologizing for the mix-up, saying:
According to a new report, Mark Salling, the Glee star who was found in possession of child pornography earlier this week, was sued by an ex-girlfriend in January 2013 for sexual battery.
FOX, the network that brought you Empire and Glee, has just reached an important milestone in the The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation’s Network Responsibility Index, a system which rates each major television network by how well the LGBT community is represented in its line-up. FOX is the first broadcast…
CBS has cast the lead role for its upcoming Supergirl pilot.
Want to hear the full version of Lea Michele singing "Let It Go" on Glee? Oh, you do? I was being kind of sarcastic, but—uh—here it is, I guess.
The final season of Glee premieres on Jan. 9 and there's now a promo video featuring Lea Michele belting "Let It Go," a choice that's apropos and annoying at the same time. According to this 20-second teaser, Rachel and Kurt are back at McKinley to revive the Glee Club, but Sue's gonna give them hell.
From American Horror Story to … O.J. Simpson? Glee creator Ryan Murphy, who stretched his weirdo wings with AHS and the fabulous Sarah Paulson, has a new FX show called American Crime Story coming in 2015.
Following the heartbreaking Cory Monteith tribute episode, Glee showrunner Ryan Murphy has confirmed that the series will end with its sixth season.
The Glee episode addressing Cory Monteith's tragic and untimely death aired last night, and it handled the matter with dignity and grace. Notably, the cause of his character's death was never addressed — "I care more about how he lived," says Kurt at the start of the episode.
This weekend, Chris Brown told The Guardian that his first sexual experience happened when he was 8 years old, a claim met with doubt from some and horror from others. Brown didn't discuss what happened to him — uh, child rape, and the law is crystal clear about that — as something traumatic or hurtful; instead, he…
Well, I'm crying.
Things that happened on Glee last night: a proposal, a Broadway audition, less good versions of your favorite Beatles songs. Things that didn't happen on Glee last night: any mention or recognition of Cory Monteith, the Glee actor who sadly passed away this summer before the show went into production.
The new teaser for the fifth season of Glee looks...happy? It’s so short that one can’t quite tell, though I’d imagine Ryan Murphy doesn’t want audiences to dwell in a cesspool of sadness over Finn’s untimely departure. Even Sue seems to be giving off the positive vibes, which is kinda creepy and unsettling. Is …
Just one week after chopping off all her hair and giving everyone — even straight dudes! Even my dad! — an arrhythmia, Beyoncé's back on the extensions. The Pixie has disappeared in favor of an asymmetrical blond Bobyoncé (with the help of extensions, obviously), which she wore out to dinner in Miami with Jay Z. He…
On Sunday night, Glee's Lea Michele was honored as Best Actress in a Comedy at the Teen Choice Awards. She accepted with a tearful speech honoring her costar and boyfriend Cory Monteith, who died of an overdose of alcohol and heroin on July 13.
Apparently Jamie Lee Curtis was in a serious automobile collision in Venice today, after which she called friend Jodie Foster, who immediately popped up out of a manhole or something ready to do some serious fucking rescuing. Foster then tended Curtis's wounds with brusque, no-nonsense tenderness and a rum raisin…
If you don't like having comic book movie plots spoiled years in advance, this year's Comic-Con probably wasn't for you. If, however, you enjoy seeing Ian McKellen try to literally charm the pants off of his X-Men: Days of Future Past co-star Michael Fassbender, then this year's Comic-Con was probably the best thing…