Fox is rethinking its midseason schedule, and it's not a huge vote of confidence for comedies The Mindy Project and Dads.
Both series will go on hiatus in early winter, and, beginning Feb. 25, Glee will get an earlier than expected spring premiere in its old time slot of 8 p.m. on Tuesdays. The only series that won't move in the current two-hour comedy block is New Girl, which will continue to air at 9 p.m.
The wait is over for Adam Lambert fans as the American Idol alum makes his Glee debut Thursday night.
Lambert, who guest stars as Elliott "Starchild" Gilbert in the episode titled "A Katy or a Gaga," will show off his vocal chops with a version of Lady Gaga's "Marry the Night." He delivers the song during an audition to be a part of Kurt's (Chris Colfer) new band.
Glee said farewell to Cory Monteith and Finn Hudson on Thursday night with an emotional hour that featured some of the Fox musical's original stars taking center stage to send McKinley High's star quarterback off with six poignant performances.
Viewers tuned in to watch Glee's tribute episode to Cory Monteith.
The Thursday hour, which saw original castmembers return, posted the Fox dramedy's best rating since Sept. 20, 2012, in total viewers and in the advertiser-coveted adults 18-49 demographic. In the younger 18-34 demo, Glee posted its best rating since Sept. 13, 2012, jumping a massive 81 percent from last week's episode, while also posting a 50-percent increase among teens.
Following its gut-wrenching tribute to Cory Monteith's Finn Hudson, Glee co-creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk are taking a "the show must go on" approach to the future direction of the Fox musical.
Following a summer that saw Glee lose one of its brightest stars with the passing of Cory Monteith, the Fox musical turns its lens on its star quarterback on Thursday when the series says goodbye to one of its own.
Glee co-creator Ryan Murphy opened up about crafting next week's emotional tribute episode to the late Cory Monteith.
Following a screening and Q&A with reporters promoting FX's American Horror Story: Coven, Murphy shared that the episode -- titled "The Quarterback" in a nod to former football star Finn Hudson -- was "incredibly difficult to work on" and "very difficult to shoot."