'Glee' Renewed for Two More Seasons 4 weeks ago
Gleek out! Fox has just announced that it has picked up its popular musical series from co-creator Ryan Murphy for two more seasons....
By Jethro Nededog
Multipart event will hunt for three new cast members. As expected, the show's been renewed for a second season
Would give the Fox machine time to think about what's next for the show
Fox's first-year hit is going global. An Italian network invades a local mall to get the word out
Ryan Murphy says remainder of show's season-one episodes will turn up the volume on singing segments
Hollyw'd Radio & TV Society hosts lunchtime chat with Murphy, Weiner, Levitan and Bays
San Francisco singer Manny Garcia hoped his love for the Fox hit-- and a stunning YouTube video-- would get him noticed. On Monday, it did. Here's how
"Glee," "Modern Family" among the new series joining the usual suspects such as "Mad Men" and "30 Rock"
"Modern Family" and "Criminal Minds" also do well, while Jay Leno hits a Wednesday low
Broadway belter in talks to play recurring role of a vocal coach
Audiences aren't feeling that jingle jangle just yet, with specials on NBC and CBS both suffering big drops.
Brad Falchuk to develop and direct other projects at studio.
'Glee,' 'Parks & Rec,' 'Good Wife' - plenty of shows have better ratings, but these have folks talking
"Community," "Parks & Recreation" also do well by that measure.
On the town with the "Glee" cast, as well as Quentin, Clint and January.
Second soundtrack out Dec. 8; discussions for national tour.
Catch up on all the top schmooze, as Ester gives her own outrageous take on the week at TheWrap.
"Material Girl" gives Fox show rights to her catalog.
Will tackle musical series after his "Dollhouse" wraps.
Jonathan Groff joins Fox show for multi-episode arc.
CBS may win by picking up rejects, Fox is off to a fast start and -- critics? The kiss of death.
Network gives full-season order for the Ryan Murphy musical comedy.
The network desperately wants to be known as something other than the home of "American Idol."
Fox musical comedy attracts 7 million viewers, this time without any help from 'American Idol'
The "Office"-like "Modern Family," new craziness on "Melrose Place" and, of course, Jay Leno.
Gives "Glee," "Dance" an early jump.
All makers of loud, stupid action movies only wish their films delivered as much sheer sensation as this latest installment in the vroom-vroom saga