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‘Glee’ Alum Amber Riley: Lea Michele Would ‘Probably Say She Doesn’t See Race’

Amber Riley is speaking out on former “Glee” co-star Lea Michele once more.Two years after allegations that Michele was racially insensitive on the set of the Fox musical series and bullied her co-stars, Riley is clarifying her past comments on the “Funny Girl” actress.Talk show host Ziwe asked Riley on her eponymous show, “Would you […]

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Why Santana Was Glee’s Brightest Light

In the opening scenes of the very first episode of Glee, a quote is immortalized in McKinley High’s trophy case. “By its very definition, glee is about opening yourself up to joy”, and arguably, no one was more enjoyable to watch than the icon herself – Santana Lopez (Naya Rivera). Naya Rivera had true star […]

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‘They/Them’ Review: Blumhouse’s Latest Frightfest Shows The Limitations Of The Social Thriller Template

Right around the time that the queer teens at a conversion therapy camp in “They/Them” burst into an impromptu sing-a-long to P!nk’s “F**kin’ Perfect,” the reality of the film sets in. This is a film trapped in the cultural mentality of that empowerment anthem’s release in 2010-2011. The slasher film’s understanding of youth and the […]

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Lea Michele Refuses to Watch ‘Glee’ Tribute Episode for Late Cory Monteith

Lea Michele has opened up about remembering late “Glee” co-star and former boyfriend Cory Monteith almost a decade after his passing. Monteith died in 2013 of a drug overdose, and the hit high school TV series dedicated a tribute episode, titled “The Quarterback,” to the actor.During Michele’s ongoing concert series “An Evening with Lea Michele: […]

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Ryan Murphy Recalls Early Years With PGA Honoree Greg Berlanti: Making Rent, Diner Therapy and a Check From Spielberg

Not unlike the many TV series Ryan Murphy has devoted to the untold histories of Hollywood, the “Glee” creator took the stage at Saturday’s Producers Guild Awards to share some of his own with one of the night’s big honorees: Greg Berlanti.Presenting Berlanti with the PGA Norman Lear Achievement Award, Murphy delivered a heartfelt and […]

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Supergirl’s Melissa Benoist Is In Talks To Star In HBO Max Drama, Girls On The Bus

Looks like Supergirl‘s Melissa Benoist will (potentially) be continuing her collaboration with Greg Berlanti. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Benoist is in talks to star in HBO Max’s freshly-ordered drama series, “Girls on the Bus.” The show will be executive produced by Berlanti, who previously exec produced the CBS-turned-cw series, “Supergirl,” wherein Benoist assumed the […]

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Sing 2 Review: Let’s Close The Curtains On Sing-Off Movies

It was 2012. “Pitch Perfect” was released at the height of the “singing competition” genre, one that had been popularized (and quickly run into the ground) by “Glee” — itself a thin satire riding on the coattails of popular reality shows like “American Idol” and “The X Factor.” Even by the time the first “Sing” […]

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