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Listen To Lea Michele Cover ‘Let It Go’ In Full

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Though Glee has nowhere been as great lately as its first couple seasons, I will miss Lea Michele covering big power ballads when the series ends its run. The girl is undeniably fantastic when it comes to that.

In a recent promo, snippets of Michele taking on “Let It Go” were teased. People magazine has the 28-year-old’s rendition in full for your listening pleasure. Too bad Idina Menzel didn’t reprise her role as Rachel’s mother to duet on the smash hit. That would’ve been amazing.

Check out Lea channel her inner Adele Dazeem below and weigh in below. Glee returns to FOX for its final run on Friday Jan. 9 at 8 p.m.

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Glee Lets It Go In New Promo For Final Season

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If there ever was a song perfect to promote Glee‘s final season, it’s hands down Frozen‘s ubiquitous anthem. Gleeks have to come to grips that their once mighty show is dunzo and it’s time to, as Elsa so eloquently sings, “Let It Go.”

FOX certainly thinks so. The network cut the episodes to just 13 episodes for the musical’s final year and cast it to Friday nights to finish out its run. Definitely a far cry from when Ryan Murphy’s water cooler show was the network’s prize pony.

In a new promo, Lea Michele sings the Oscar-winning track as she heads back to McKinley High to resurrect New Directions. It won’t be easy though. She has to face off against Sue Sylvester in the imaginary Thunderdome to do so. Glee returns Friday, January 9. Check out the clip below.

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Ryan Murphy Finds His Scream Queens

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Scream Queens is part Glee, part American Horror Story. If you love both those shows, you better tune in this Fall on FOX for Ryan Murphy’s newest offering. Like AHS, Scream Queens is an anthology that will revolve around different characters each season. The first season will be set at a college campus that’s rocked by a series of murders.

The network just announced two high-profile names attached to the project. Both actresses are ‘scream queens’ in their own right. Jamie Lee Curtis, who is arguably one of the most famous from the horror genre thanks to turns in Halloween, The Fog and Prom Night headlines the cast. Find out who the other thespian Murphy signed.

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FOX Halts Production On Red Band Society

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Networks this season have been slower than usual to pull the plug on struggling shows. It took especially long to learn this season’s first casualty (Manhattan Love Story). With the dishonorable title out of the way, I expected a bloodbath from networks axing their underwhelming shows. Instead, they’ve just either halted production or removed them from the schedule without ever saying the ‘c’ word.

FOX is the latest to pull the ‘halting production card.’ It revealed it will stop Red Band Society after it wraps its initial 13-episode order. It will still air its Fall finale on December 3 but the final three episodes haven’t been scheduled yet. While there is still a possibility it could return for a second season, it’s highly doubtful. The show is on its death bed with the doctor’s hands just moments from pulling the life support plug.

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Are you still watching Gotham? I’m about four episodes behind myself but plan on catching up soon enough. Especially given this latest development.

Executive producer Danny Cannon reveals that another one of Batman’s famous foes will be heading to the series soon. There’s already Penguin, Catwoman and the Riddler and soon enough, Scarecrow will be in the mix. The villain, who was portrayed by Cillian Murphy in the Dark Knight trilogy, is the latest DC Comics character to arrive in Gotham.

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FOX Cancels Utopia

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Both ABC and NBC have dropped some dead weight from their schedules and now it’s FOX’s turn to lighten its load. The network finally pulled the plug on the underperforming Utopia. Long overdue if you ask me. I’ll pretty much any reality show, but I only got through the first ten minutes of the premiere before switching channels for good. It was that awful IMHO.

The reality experiment stranded a group of people in a remote location in California to build a perfect society. The series intended to follow their progress for a year. But I guess we’ll never know if they would’ve succeeded since the cord was cut just two months into it.

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FOX Developing Series Based On Archie Comics

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From the man who brought Arrow and The Flash to the small screen comes another comic book adaptation. However, this time it doesn’t involve any superheroes. Greg Berlanti just inked a deal to bring a live-action drama series based on Archie Comics on FOX. He’s two for two recently, so I have high hopes.

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Empire Amps The Crazy Factor With Courtney Love

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Courtney Love is one crazy ass bitch and I say that with all of the utmost respect. She’s at often times very unpredictable which is why I love her. Plus I was a huge fan of her band Hole back in the day.

The 50-year-old musician has just joined the cast of midseason hip-hop drama Empire in a recurring guest star role. She will play Elle Dallas, “a hard rock powerhouse, who is part of Empire Entertainment’s stable of artists.”

Are you kidding me? Love and Naomi Campbell on the same show? This is going to be beyond epic. Empire can’t get here soon enough.

This latest acting gig comes on the heels of Hole’s recurring stint on FX’s Sons of Anarchy. It’s nice to see Courtney dabbling in acting again. Years ago she made a splash in such memorable roles in The People vs. Larry Flynt, The Man in the Moon and 200 Ciagarettes.

The FOX drama stars Terrence Howard as Lucious Lyon, the head of a record label. Taraji P. Henson (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button), Cuba Gooding, Jr. (Jerry Maguire), Gabourey Sidibe (American Horror Story), Derek Luke (The Americans) and Judd Nelson (The Breakfast Club) round out the cast. Are you excited for Love’s addition? Sound off below.

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