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  1. Ryan Murphy Comedy-Horror Anthology Ordered to Series at Fox

    10:00 am 10/20/2014

    'Scream Queens,' from the producers behind 'Glee,' will run for 15 episodes and premiere in fall 2015Read more

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  2. Charice Tells Oprah Her Soul Is Male

    9:36 am 10/17/2014

    The singer opens up for Oprah's 'Where Are They Now?' showRead more

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  3. 'The Town That Dreaded Sundown': London Review

    6:09 pm 10/14/2014

    This ambitious meta-horror reboot from the team behind 'Glee' and 'American Horror Story' runs out of bite midway throughRead more

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  4. Ryan Murphy Welcomes Baby Boy Via Surrogate

    9:09 pm 10/5/2014

    It's the second child for Murphy and husband David MillerRead more

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  5. HBO, MTV and ABC Family Earn Top Marks in LGBT TV Report

    6:00 am 10/1/2014

    While three other networks get failing grades from GLAADRead more

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  6. 'Frozen' Invades Fall TV: Is It Time to Let It Go?

    10:00 am 9/27/2014

    The Disney-animated hit has been referenced on 'New Girl,' 'Mindy Project,' 'Faking It' and has a huge storyline on 'Once Upon a Time' — plus a song on 'Glee'Read more

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  7. 'Glee's' Final Season Details Revealed

    11:13 am 8/27/2014

    Who's a series regular? Why is Rachel back in Ohio?Read more

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  8. 'Glee' Books Max Adler's Return — as Blaine's Boyfriend? (Exclusive)

    3:10 pm 8/19/2014

    Plot twist!Read more

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  9. Chinese Musical TV Drama Draws Ratings, Criticism for 'Copying' 'Glee'

    2:09 am 8/7/2014

    "My Youth High Eight Degrees" debuted on Chinese screens in July, although some say the plot, setting and characters are all reminiscent of the American hit show.Read more

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  10. Ryan Murphy Talks Autobiographical Elements in Projects, How 'The Normal Heart' Ended Up on HBO, Emmy Nominations (Q&A)

    8:35 am 8/3/2014

    Three Murphy projects — "American Horror Story: Coven," "Glee" and "The Normal Heart" — collectively received 34 Emmy nominations in July, more than the total number accorded to all of the shows on Netflix, Fox, AMC or Showtime.Read more

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