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hilltopsheep
16 November 2012 @ 01:17 am
Dedicated fans upset at Glee break-ups
Diehard fans of Glee knew it was on the cards and last night it finally happened; the break-up of the couple fondly known as "Finchel" - Rachel Berry and Finn Hudson, played by real-life couple Lea Michele and Cory Monteith.
It wasn't just the show's core couple who called it quits. Long-distance couples Blaine and Kurt and Santana and Brittany also called time on their relationships.
"It was very challenging, it was challenging initially because it was shot in so many different locations on so many different days," Monteith revealed. "These characters, we all take them incredibly personally. And these storylines - we have a lot of attachment to the Finn-Rachel storyline and to see these characters break up is very hard, very taxing emotionally but at the same time incredibly fulfilling."
Unfortunately for Monteith, some fans have not been able to separate fact from fiction and have berated him in public. 
"A lot of people respond in anger when they see me in the street - 'How could you, how could you, you are such an idiot; she is the greatest thing'.
"People very much respond, especially in airports when people are a little upset, late for the plane. Then they see this guy (Monteith) and think it is actually Finn.
"People are invested personally in the storylines and that was the whole goal, so I am really excited people have taken it on and come along for the journey and that it is personal to everyone."
The break-up doesn't mean that's the last we'll see of Finn - he has an interesting role in a Grease-inspired episode later this month. "Finn takes an interesting role for that episode, he is co-directing with Artie (Kevin McHale)."

 
 
 
goodwerk
16 November 2012 @ 09:41 am
  1. Jingle Bell Rock - Featuring Sam
  2. White Christmas - Featuring Blaine & Kurt
  3. Have Yourself A Merry Christmas - Featuring Puck / Jake / Sam / Brittany / Blaine / Kurt & New Directions
  4. Silent Night - Featuring Santana
  5. Joy To The World - Featuring Unique
  6. The First Noel - Featuring Marley
  7. I'll Be Home For Christmas - Featuring Rachel
  8. Feliz Navidad - Featuring Artie
  9. Hanukkah Oh Hanukkah - Featuring Jake And Puck
  10. Happy Xmas (War Is Over) - Featuring Finn
Available 12/11/12.
 
 
goodwerk
16 November 2012 @ 09:43 am
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Katie C.: Will Finn or Rachel have any new love interests this season? Please say no.
This Glee scoop could be unrelated to Finn and Rachel…or it could mean a new love interest for Rachel. We'll let you decide: Glee is looking for someone to play Paul, a mid 20s handsome, confident and extremely charming man. And since he must be a good singer and he's sticking around for more than one episode, we anticipate he'll be an important character for somebody. Look for him in episode 11.


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teaspoonofsand
16 November 2012 @ 01:38 pm
Thursday is Thanksgiving, but it's also the night of a new episode of Glee. So why should you wake up from your turkey-induced nap and check it out? How about because it's the best episode in a long, long time.

Yes, despite the fact that I'm a notorious Glee hater, a watched a preview of "Dynamic Duets" and was overcome with an unusual emotion: joy. I actually loved watching Glee again.

"Dynamic Duets" is all about superheroes as the New Directions prepare for Sectionals against the dastardly Warblers. It's written and directed by Ian Brennan, aka the guy who always seems to do the best and funniest Glee episodes. The only other time he wrote and directed was last season's body-swapping "Props."

Here are just eight reasons why you should definitely tune in.

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walkingprimrose
16 November 2012 @ 06:23 pm

[how low can you go, how low can you go, how low can you go]
"Grey's Anatomy" and "Glee" were both down a little compared to last week "The Vampire Diaries" and "Beauty and the Beast" also fell a bit for The CW, but "The X Factor" improved some without "The Voice" airing against it. ABC's "Scandal" was up too.

9 p.m.

CBS: "Person of Interest" (14.5 million, 9.0/14)
ABC: "Grey's Anatomy" (8.7 million, 5.8/9)
FOX: "Glee" (5.3 million, 3.3/5)
NBC: "The Office" (4.15 million, 2.6/4)/"Parks and Recreation" (3.6 million, 2.2/3)
The CW: "Beauty and the Beast" (1.6 million, 1.1/2)

18-49 leader: "Grey's Anatomy" and "Person of Interest" tied at 3.1

Household
Rating/Share
CBS 8.8/14
ABC 5.1/ 8
Fox 4.7/ 7
NBC 2.7/ 4
CW 1.7/ 3 

-Percent Change from the Year-Ago Evening (Thursday 11/17/11):
CW: +89, CBS: +13, NBC: - 7, ABC: -15, Fox: -25

Winners:
The Big Bang Theory (CBS), Two and a Half Men (CBS), Person of Interest (CBS)

Honorable Mention:
The X Factor (Fox)

Tired:
Glee (Fox)


On the Fence:
Last Resort (ABC)

Losers (excluding repeats):
30 Rock (NBC), Up All Night (NBC), The Office (NBC), Parks and Recreation (NBC), Beauty and the Beast (CW), Rock Center With Brian Williams (NBC)

On Fox, respectable The X Factor at 8 p.m. (#2: 5.5/ 9) led into a third-place 3.8/ 6 for tired Glee at 9 p.m., which dipped by 37 percent from the 8:30 p.m. portion of The X Factor (6.0/ 9). Moving from Tuesday to Thursday has not been beneficial. Like any high school based series historically (think Room 222 and The White Shadow, in particular) the obstacle Glee faces is the aging “kids.” It might be time for the series to officially graduate this spring.

 
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