We may not know exactly how the late Cory Monteith's 'Glee' character, Finn, is going to leave the show, but we do know that -- according to co-star Jane Lynch -- his memorial episode is going to be a beautiful thing.
Now that FOX's 'Glee' has officially been picked up for an astonishing fifth and sixth seasons, it's a safe bet that series cornerstone Jane Lynch will be back, regardless of the character's recent exile. 'Glee's' recent controversial episode "Shooting Star" saw the character removed in such a manner that could very likely have proved permanent, so how will the show put Sue Sylvester bac
While FOX's star-making musical drama 'Glee' has courted plenty of controversy in its day, perhaps none were so hotly-debated as last week's "Shooting Star," which featured a harrowing and extended sequence of the usually chipper 'Glee' club hiding in fear of a potential school shooter. Regardless of the topical and controversial nature of the material, the episode certainly cast into do
Movies allow us to experience life through another person's eyes. Video games allow us to experience life through another person's eyes -- and to control their decisions. We spend hours upon hours with these video game characters, until we feel like we know them; Mario, Sonic, Pac-Man, their adventures are so memorable, and their personalities so vivid that they almost seem alive. But of course th
As if video game nostalgia weren't enough to get audiences into the theater, 'Wreck-it Ralph,' which opens November 2, has been laying out more and more content to get people excited. The latest are two featurettes that highlight the making of the film, and the voice cast, which includes John C. Reilly, Sarah Silverman and Jane Lynch.
Actress Jane Lynch, who plays the tracksuit-wearing antagonist Sue Sylvester on ‘Glee,’ was the guest mentor on tonight’s (July 10) episode of ‘The Glee Project.’ Since Lynch embodies all that is fearless, she was the perfect advisor, since the theme of the ep was fearlessness. Who better to teach the remaining “wannaglees” a thing or two about conquering that of which they are scared?
Jane Lynch opened the 63rd Emmy Awards with a song and dance number that took the audience through the world of television, reimagined as an inner-city apartment building housing all the top TV shows.
Lynch walked through scenes of hit series like ‘Mad Men‘ (where she was asked to leave the room when she informed Don Draper that in 50 years people would be fast-forwarding through commercials) and
It's official: Actress Jane Lynch will host the 2011 Emmys, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences confirmed Thursday.
"Jane was my first - and only - choice as the host for this year's Primetime Emmys, and I am glad she said 'yes,'" executive producer Mark Burnett said in a statement.