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Matthew Morrison Out as ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ Judge

Matthew Morrison’s stint as a So You Think You Can Dance judge will be short-lived. The former Glee star and Broadway veteran is departing the show — whose 17th season premiered just nine days ago — after violating its competition protocols. Reps for Fox declined to comment on the nature of the violation. “Having the […]

“Evening Before” Party: MPTF Celebration Hosts Nominees Anya Taylor-Joy, Michaela Coel, Rege-Jean Page and Billy Porter

Anya-Taylor Joy hugged Regé-Jean Page, Cynthia Erivo caught up with good friend Michaela Coel alongside Lena Waithe and Jurnee Smollett, and Kathryn Hahn posed for photos with onetime Transparent colleagues Bradley Whitford and Amy Landecker. Those are just a few of the interactions snapped by photographers during a star-packed celebration Saturday night in Century City […]

Critic’s Notebook: Rosie O’Donnell’s Epic Love Affair With Broadway

A dizzying lineup of stage stars checked in from their kitchens, basements, living rooms and even one bathtub in an online benefit for The Actors Fund that stressed the importance of community during times of anxiety and isolation.

Matthew Morrison, Rachel Bloom Lead Parkland Benefit Concert

Broadway and TV stars are uniting in support of those affected by the deadly shooting at Florida's Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

Matthew Morrison “Outraged” Over Dog Abuse Video From ‘Crazy Alien’ Set

"My heart is broken to see any animal treated this way," the actor says.

‘Tulip Fever’: Film Review

Alicia Vikander, Dane DeHaan and Christoph Waltz play residents of 17th-century Amsterdam in 'Tulip Fever,' a romantic drama involving art, adultery and high-stakes flower bulbs.

‘After the Reality’: Newport Beach Review

Matthew Morrison and Sarah Chalke play siblings in a comic drama set in Los Angeles and Minnesota’s Northwoods.

Matthew Morrison Sings a New Tune on ‘The Good Wife’: “There Is No Hint of Will Schuester”

The Broadway vet plays an assistant U.S. attorney trying to go after Alicia's husband. "Orange is going to look really good on Peter Florrick," he tells THR.

Summer Guide to Broadway: First Looks, Family-Friendly Shows and Tony-Winning Dramas

THR breaks down what's buzzy on Broadway, including ballet-driven romance, irreverent religious satire, heartwarming musicals and even an early contender for the 2016 Tonys.

The 69th Annual Tony Awards: TV Review

Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming co-hosted Broadway's biggest infomercial — sorry, honors night — with top prizes going to 'Fun Home' and 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.'

Matthew Morrison Honored at GLSEN Respect Awards: “‘Glee’ Became a Source of Hope”

"I'm not going to be insulted or angry by being called gay. As a straight man standing up for the LGBT community, I feel a sense of responsibility to make sure that people know that being gay is not a negative."

Tonys: ‘American in Paris,’ ‘Fun Home’ Dominate Awards Race (Analysis)

'Something Rotten!' and 'The King and I' also scored high in Tuesday's nominations, in a crop that creates fierce competition for top musical and play honors.