This show is completely ridiculous at this point.
The second week of the college horror-comedy series amps up the absurdity.
Ryan Murphy’s star-studded new series premieres. But does it live up to the hype?
Nicole kicks CiCi’s booty!
Nicole and Joe are on a roll!
Watch Joe and Nicole take on a beloved musical number.
Three weeks into NBC’s I Can Do That, and we’re no closer to understanding the point of this show than when we started. But we’re enjoying every convoluted second.
Welcome back to the most confusing hour of television!
Ciara, Nicole and Joe step out of their comfort zones on NBC’s latest reality series.
Whether you’re a diehard Belieber or a staunch anti-Justin disciple, Comedy Central’s roast of the 21-year-old has something for everybody.
Ryan Murphy and the cast and crew truly delivered with Friday night’s two-hour series finale.
This penultimate episode of Glee seemed to once again lock Will and Sue in a final, epic battle that ends with the New Directions victorious and able to sing yet another day.
This week brings a full-on attack of our favorite evil cheerleading coach. Thankfully, she is vindicated in the end and the revenge is sweet.
Gold sparkly costumes? Check. A hysterical child soiling his pants in fear? Check. Sue Sylvester physically attacking multiple people? Check, check, check! This episode (“Child Star”) has it all, including a pint-sized, Jewish diva who makes Rachel Berry look like a wallflower.
This is the episode we’ve all been waiting for &amp;mdash; the one that combines Gloria Estefan, Jennifer Coolidge, The Pointer Sisters and a huge surprise…which is an unexpected appearance from legendary &lt;em&gt;Showgirls&lt;/em&gt; alum, Gina Gershon!
As Season 6 of Glee progresses, the episodes continue to become increasingly more Rachel-centric when what we all need is more Sue in our lives. By the end of this week’s installment, it becomes clear how the season will end when it comes to who’s going to wind up coaching New Directions.
After last week’s most zany episode of the season thus far, this week’s installment, “What The World Needs Now,” was a dramatic change of pace. The episode deals with such weighty issues as dating after the tragic loss of a partner, recovering from a career crisis and family rifts. Cue the laughs!
In part two of “The Hurt Locker,” Sue Sylvester continues plotting to romantically reunite Blaine and Kurt, which escalates to borderline felonious activity. Good times at McKinley High!
With the grand finale of the series getting closer every week, the writing on Glee has gone from whimsical to downright wacky in tone. For those of you wondering what the show has been desperately in need of, it’s more Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch). And this week, the musical series definitely delivers.
In this extra special, emotionally charged episode of Glee, entitled “Jagged Little Tapestry,” the writers worked overtime to jam in as many socially conscious moments as possible. Without giving away too much at the top, let’s just say there were three pretty big bombs dropped during the episode, all done to the tunes of…