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As the cast and executive producers of Glee took their places onstage at PaleyFest last night, it was a surreal moment for the audience and the team behind the hit Fox show.

Just the night before, fans had watched the episode, “Original Song,” where part of it was shot on the very stage they were on.
“I'm still kind of freaking out, ‘cause we did it right here,” actor Cory Monteith said.

Jane Lynch pointed out the spot on the stage where her character punched one of the Regionals judges, joking, “My career peaked at that moment.”

During the penultimate PaleyFest panel this year, the Glee team entertained a full house, sharing stories about moments on set, revealing their takes on several of the relationships in the show and divulging plenty of juicy spoilers for what’s to come in the rest of Season 2 and in the upcoming third season.

spoilers for future events )

Glee returns April 13 at 8 p.m. on Fox.

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In what could be a musical theater gleek’s wildest dreams, Ryan Murphy is one of four directors currently in discussions with Wicked producer Marc Platt to direct the film version of the popular musical.

rest under cut )

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The great year for Jane Lynch (Sue) just keeps going — between Glee, magazine covers, Emmy nominations, a marriage, and even the release of her thought to be lost 2007 film I Do & I Don't, which hits DVD this week. In conjunction with the DVD release, Jane talked to Vulture and gave them the lowdown on all things Sue Sylvester.

brief interview )

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Kevin, Matthew, and Harry in a dance-off!



I guess the others from this event are also worth watching.

under cut )
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Full list of awards:

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series: Matthew Morrison
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series: Lea Michele
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series: Chris Colfer
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series: Jane Lynch
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series: Mike O'Malley
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series: Neil Patrick Harris
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series: Kristin Chenoweth

Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series
Outstanding Comedy Series
Outstanding Art Direction for a Single-Camera Series (Pilot: Director's Cut)
Outstanding Costumes for a Series (The Power of Madonna)
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series (Ryan Murphy, Pilot: Director's Cut)
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series (Paris Barclay, Wheels)
Outstanding Hairstyling for a Single-Camera Series (The Power of Madonna)
Outstanding Hairstyling for a Single-Camera Series (Hairography)
Outstanding Make-Up for a Single-Camera Series (Non-Prosthetic) (The Power of Madonna)
Outstanding Make-Up for a Single-Camera Series (Non-Prosthetic) (Theatricality)
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One Hour) (The Power of Madonna)
Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series (Ryan Murphy, Pilot: Director's Cut)

These are obviously findable anywhere but I just c&ped from here.

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under the cut are sound bites from ryan lea and chris )
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As Glee closes out its first season tonight, it must be pointed out that, while the series remains one of the most original concepts in prime-time, Glee has also become, I’m sorry to say, a bit strained, a tad self-congratulatory. Worse, it has a woman problem. Here are three things Glee has to do to get back on track for an excellent second season.

i agree with all of these sadly )

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two items on casting for next season. confirmation of earlier post. )

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