It's officially upfront week where the networks announce their new season lineups filled with an abundance of new programming consisting of scripted comedies and dramas, unscripted fare, sporting events and specials. Today, FOX announced its fall lineup with the addition of <strong>Ryan Murphy</strong>'s "Scream Queens," which brings together such stars as horror queen <strong>Jamie Lee Curtis</strong> and "Glee" alum <strong>Lea Michele</strong>, <strong>Rob Lowe</strong> comedy "The Grinder," <strong>John Stamos</strong> and<strong> Ben Savage</strong> vehicle "Grandfathered," the television version of the hit 2002 <strong>Tom Cruise</strong> film, "Minority Report" starring <strong>Stark Sands</strong> ("Inside Llewyn Davis") as a man haunted by the future and <strong>Meagan Good</strong> ("Think Like A Man" franchise, "Californication") as a cop haunted by her past. Also joining the network next season is "Rosewood," which will lead into an 18-episode repeat free season of "Empire" on Wednesdays.
"True Blood's" <strong>Joe Manganiello</strong> may be living it up on the big screen as a sexy stripper in the upcoming "Magic Mike" sequel, "Magic Mike XXL," and <strong>Lea Michele</strong> may be preparing for the end of "Glee," but the pair will soon make the comedy-horror anthology series "Scream Queens" a thing next season on FOX. The network announced today during its portion of the Winter Television Critics Association press tour in Pasadena that the two have joined <strong>Jamie Lee Curtis</strong> ("Halloween") and<strong> Emma Roberts</strong> (“American Horror Story: Freak Show”) as regulars in the 15-episode first installment.
What do Marilyn Manson, Courtney Love, Lea Michele and “All My Children/General Hospital” alum Mathew St. Patrick (ex-Adrian Sword, “AMC;” ex-Marcus Taggert, “GH”) have in common? They’re all confirmed to join “Sons of Anarchy’s” seventh and final season!
Child actress Lauren Boles has won of the hearts of soap fans as Bo and Hope’s “Days of our Lives” daughter, Ciara, and apparently, she also won over ‘Glee’ fans as the young version of Rachel Barry (Lea Michelle), because the show has asked her back for a second time!
In its newest issue, TV Guide Magazine has revealed some of televisions highest paid stars. As you can imagine, the list comprises of former daytime soap stars who've either gone on to host their own talk show or headline a top ranked primetime series, or in the case of primetime soap stars - gotten richer!
This weekend (August 12-14, 2011) at the movies we find teenagers singing show tunes they weren't old enough to remember when they were originally sung in "Glee: The 3D Concert Movie" and teens trying to cheat death in "Final Destination 5."