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I'mma ruin you, cunt
22 February 2013 @ 10:10 am
CHANNEL 10 has shunted Glee to digital channel Eleven after poor ratings so far this year.

Glee, the award-winning US musical series featuring Lea Michele and Jane Lynch, averaged a dismal 269,000 viewers in its 7.30pm time slot on Wednesday night.

Glee’s poor ratings are thought to have hurt the premiere of Mr & Mrs Murder in the Wednesday 8.30pm time slot.

The Aussie murder-mystery series, starring Shaun Micallef and Kat Stewart, averaged 782,000 viewers nationally - a solid result given the poor Glee lead-in figure.

Glee was crushed by Seven's My Kitchen Rules (1.76 million viewers) and Nine's The Block: All Stars (1.04 million).

"Glee is clearly not performing well in its current timeslot on Ten," a Ten spokesperson says.

Glee will be replaced on Ten by repeats of Modern Family.

Ten will be hoping the program change will boost Mr & Mrs Murder ratings in coming weeks.

Source: News.com.au
 
 
this kitten got your tongue tied in knots
22 February 2013 @ 12:14 pm
Besides singing, Jessica also shared that she wants to try acting and confirmed that she would indeed be appearing in the hit TV show Glee.

“Yes, I met with Ryan Murphy and we’re talking about some episodes and that’s happening very, very soon. I’m very excited. I’ve never acted before but it seems like it’s so fun to do. So I’m like, ‘Let’s do this!’ You only live life once.”

Her character has yet to be finalized but according to previous reports, Jessica may end up as the new love interest for Finn (Cory Monteith), or one of the lead singers of a rival school.

“I haven’t read the script yet but anything would be fun to play. I always find a way to relate to high school kids and everything, so I’m very excited for that and I guess I’m just a regular teenage girl with my dreams and I just jump in,” she enthused.

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betty when you call me you can call me val
22 February 2013 @ 04:32 pm
Glee's Jane Lynch is jumping to NBC to host a new game show.

Hollywood Game Night, from producers Sean Hayes and Todd Milliner (Grimm, Hot in Cleveland), will feature A-list celebrities hanging out and playing games with non-celebrity contestants in a cocktail party atmosphere, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

Based on Hayes' real-life "game nights," the one-hour series has received an eight-episode order. Two contestants will walk away with a cash prize. Though participating talent were not revealed, the NBC hinted that celebrities from TV, film, sports and politics, among other entities, would be included.

“With Jane Lynch on board as our host, we now have a key component in place that will further enliven the sheer fun of a raucous Hollywood party that will include real everyday people,” said Paul Telegdy, president alternative and late night programming at NBC. “Her exuberant wit and ability to think quickly will be the perfect match for our show which will give viewers a fresh look inside the off-set lives of their favorite celebrities -- and allow them a chance to win money as well.”

"I'm so thrilled to let the world in on the fun with Sean at Game Night!" said Lynch. “The format is sure to provide a lot of unexpected results that will keep everyone off-balance and entertained.”

Hollywood Game Night is produced by Hazy Mills Production, Mission Control Media and Universal Television. Hayes, Milliner, Michael Agbabian and Dwight D. Smith are executive producers.

For NBC, Hollywood Game Night becomes the network's latest partnership with Hayes' Hazy Mills banner, which inked a new overall deal with NBC studio Universal Television last year. In addition to executive producing second-year drama Grimm and an upcoming guest arc on Smash, Hayes is attached to star in a multicamera pilot at NBC, which Hazy Mills will executive produce.

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