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FOX Gives Early Renewals To Four Shows

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About a month ago, FOX renewed Bones for a tenth season. The David Boreanaz show joined previously renewed shows, Sleepy Hollow and Glee, on FOX’s 2014-15 schedule. Both FOX and Ryan Murphy previously revealed the musical show’s upcoming sixth season would be its last. These three shows now have company on the network’s Fall schedule. Which four do you think received good news? Keep reading to find out.

“These shows are some of the best and acclaimed series on television, with influential, culture-driving stars, and some of the best, most creative talent behind the camera,” said bosses Kevin Reilly and Joe Earley in a joint statement. “All four are core assets within our 2014-15 portfolio of content, and we’re really happy to bring them back to our FOX fans for another season.”

find out which four after the jump

Songs For Glee’s 100th Episode Revealed

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For its milestone 100th episode, producers asked Gleeks to weigh in on which songs the cast should revisit. From a list of 30, only the ten with the most votes would be re-recorded. Not surprisingly “Defying Gravity” made the cut. This time, Amber Riley (Mercedes) joins Chris Colfer (Kurt) and Lea Michele (Rachel) on the fan favorite. I can’t wait. Check out what other songs (new and old) will appear on the Glee two-parter airing Tuesday, March 18th and March 25th at 8/7c on FOX.

check out the list after the jump

Lea Michele Asks ‘What Is Love’ On New Track

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As we get closer to the release of Louder, Lea Michele is working overdrive to promote it. The 27-year-old entertainer debuts another preview off her debut album which premiered first on Entertainment Weekly.

What Is Love” follows previous releases “Louder,” “Battlefield,” and her current single “Cannonball.” It’s not my favorite out of the bunch. I can see why it’s included as one of several bonus tracks on the deluxe version available on iTunes. Definitely album filler. Give her new song a spin below.

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It’s about friggin’ time.

When Glee returns from its winter hiatus, the FOX musical show will celebrate its 100th episode. It’s such a game-changer that the milestone show will be split into two parts. A slew of former regulars will drop by including Amber Riley, Mark Salling, Dianna Agron, Harry Shum Jr. and Heather Morris. YAY Brittany S. Pierce. Memorable guest stars Kristin Chenoweth and Gwyneth Paltrow have also been tapped to reprise their roles. If that wasn’t enough, a former Gossip Girl actor is dropping by as well. Chace Crawford will play Biff, a new love interest to Dianna Agron’s Quinn.

The 100th episode will also feature the cast singing songs which they’ve performed in past seasons that fans picked in an online vote. The biggest story though, after numerous attempts, is that Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch) finally succeeds in her plan to destroy the glee club. In light of this development, the remainder of this season will be set entirely in New York. What does this mean for the members of New Directions, Mr. Schu and the rest of the Lima cast? Find out below.

read what FOX revealed about the permanent move to New York after the jump


Back in July, a private memorial service was held for Cory Monteith. One of those to speak about the late actor was Ryan Murphy. The Glee co-creator shares an excerpt of his eulogy with Entertainment Weekly. Along with the extremely touching words about Cory, the 48-year-old reveals the series finale he originally intended to film for the FOX musical show before Monteith’s death.

In addition to Murphy speaking about Moneteith, Martin Scorsese and Dwayne Johnson talk about Roger Ebert and Paul Walker respectively for the publication’s special “Late Great” essays feature in their current double issue which is on newsstands now.

For me, Cory was both the beginning and the ending of Glee…literally.

The first scene of the pilot was Cory’s Finn and Matt [Morrison]‘s Mr. Schu. None of us really knew what we were doing. Glee was a musical, musicals had never worked on television, and we were figuring it out as we went along. At the end of his first take, Cory could see I, his director, was a little unsure. He came up to me with a big grin and said, “This is going to be fun.” He was terribly right, and terribly wrong.

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Hopefully for Dot-Marie Jones’ sake, her marriage lasts longer than her Glee co-star Jane Lynch’s short-lived one.

According to People Magazine, Jones married her longtime girlfriend Bridgett Casteen, at their Los Angeles home Saturday night. Their guests thought they were attending a holiday party but were surprised with a wedding instead.

The two have been engaged since October when the 49-year-old Glee actress popped the question at Disneyland during the Gay Days Anaheim weekend. This is Jones’ first marriage, while it’s a second trip down the aisle for Casteen. Congratulations to the happy couple.

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Who’s Returning For Glee’s 100th Episode?

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When Glee paid tribute to Cory Monteith, many fans were surprised not everyone returned for the special episode. Most notably Dianna Agron (Quinn), since her character and Finn had such a complex history. Speculation began that there was beef between the actress and Lea Michele or Ryan Murphy. All parties involved denied it (naturally of course).

For the FOX show’s milestone 100th episode, Murphy sent out invites to the original cast. One by one, former regular cast members including Amber Riley, Mark Salling and Harry Shum Jr confirmed their participation. While it’s great to see them, today’s announcement is the most exciting. Both Heather Morris and Agron have been added to the returning alums. Morris was written off the show when she announced her pregnancy. In addition to all the above, one notable guest star is also joining the celebration. Find out who below.

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Glee Gets Nasty & Rhythmic With Janet Jackson

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The episode, in terms of storyline, sucked major balls, but boy did Glee slay it with a couple of the performances. Watching Kurt’s Madonna cover band tackle one of my favorite hits from Madge was fantastic. If Lea Michele’s solo career doesn’t pan out, she should really consider forming a modern day S Club 7 with Adam Lambert, Naya Rivera, Demi Lovato and Chris Colfer. I could watch the five of them perform all night long.

As wonderfully enjoyable as that number was, my favorite of the night, and perhaps this season so far, was Janet Jackson’s “Nasty” and “Rhythm Nation” mashup. Once again, the show nailed iconic choreography from a classic music video. Jacob Artist was everything during it. If at all possible, he looked even sexier than usual. I can honestly say, he’s my favorite guy on the show currently. I’m sorta crushin’ hard on him these days.

As an aside, I really hope Ryan Murphy dedicates an entire episode to Janet before Glee signs off forever. Whitney, Madonna, Billy Joel and Lady Gaga have all had tribute episodes. Queen and Britney even had two. I think it’s about time Miss Jackson gets some loving too, like her brother Michael. Don’t you agree? Check out the wicked good Janet number below, along with all the performances including “The Fox” which was, I hate to admit it, kinda adorable.

check out the performances after the jump

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