Articles tagged glee

Campy, Preachy, Dancey, Singy: ‘Glee: The Complete Second Season’

With characters coming and going faster than a mono outbreak amongst teens, the second season of Glee at its worst is uneven, and at its best finds a voice for gay youth.

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TCA 2011: Could ‘The Glee Project’ be a farm team for ‘Glee’?

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — “The Glee Project” looked like a strange beast when it was first announced: a reality competition show on cable network Oxygen, created

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Amy Winehouse: A Look at  Another Promising Career That Came to a Tragic End

A look back at Amy Winehouse’s most memorable moments is sadly short, due to her depressingly short life.

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Is ‘Glee’ the New Elvis, Really?

There's all this buzz that Glee has passed Elvis Presley for the most Hot 100 hits in history. But does this really put that two-year old show on the same level as the King of Rock 'n' Roll? Really?

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Glenn Beck Inexplicably Targets My Chemical Romance

Or, as he says it on air, "Chemical Romance".

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‘Glee’ Covers Duck Sauce (and Lykke Li)

In a valiant attempt to stay hip and current (and probably because there were no Katy Perry songs left), this week’s Glee featured Duck

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Who Is Bisexual on Television? More Importantly, Why Should We Care?

When considering sexual acceptance in mainstream media, bisexuality is really the last frontier.

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‘Glee’ and ‘The Bachelor’: Less Talk About Love, Please, and More Action

Glee and The Bachelor need to show a little trust in the relationships they're filming, and lighten up on all the talk.

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Super Bowl 2011’s Best Commercials

The Super Bowl isn’t just the biggest night of the year for football fans, it’s also TV advertising’s main event.

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4 Feb 2011 // 7:00 AM

Guessing the Grammys

Predictions on who will win what in the biggest categories, based on industry hype and a little guessing about the academy’s voters.

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To Sir, With Love?: ‘Glee’s’ Will Schuester Problem

In its second season, Glee finds itself facing its biggest challenge: what do do with Will Schuester? To solve the problem, the writers might need to do more than simply state that the adviser for New Directions is a good guy.

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14 Jan 2011 // 10:30 AM

The Year in Music: April 2010

M.I.A’s controversial music video for “Born Free” is released. In the clip, violence against red-haired people is used as a metaphor for

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‘The Simpsons’ Gleeful Commentary on the Dark Side of the Arts

The Simpsons neatly bursts Glee’s bubbly premise that the arts are the lifeblood of society, and freedom to be oneself is a guaranteed human right.

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‘Glee’ Can Also Be Spelled WTF

Somewhere in my fingers is a longer post about how Glee has gone completely off the rails, but I need a few days to compose

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Your Virtual Fall TV Preview: Tuesdays

If you want to know what’s new on primetime TV this fall, stop right here.

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Dude Looks Like a Lady: Examining Kurt Hummel’s Gender Construction on ‘Glee’

The bottom line, to paraphrase Sue Sylvester, the resident Queen of Mean on Glee, is that Americans want their gays so flaming you can see them from space.

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The Way-Back Machine: 20 Years Ago (videos)

The more things change, the more they stay the same. Oddly, a lot of things that happened 20 years ago this week are either similar to

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27 Apr 2010 // 6:25 AM

Pop classics sing again on ‘Glee’

LOS ANGELES — Steve Perry was skeptical when the producers of a television pilot about a high school glee club sought permission to use his band’

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31 Mar 2010 // 9:07 AM

Glee returns to the airwaves 13 April and Fox released this latest promo that showcases star Lea Michelle’s take on Madonna’s “Like a Prayer”.

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A Little Human Magic in Recent DVDs

Either by coincidence or because I just happened to watch these all on a cold day when I needed a little warmth, the magic of the human condition emerged as a trend in these new DVD releases.

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Because Blood Is Drama: Considering Carnage in Video Games and Other Media

// Moving Pixels

"It's easy to dismiss blood and violence as salacious without considering why it is there, what its context is, and what it might communicate.

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