12:21 PM EDT 08/26/2015
Originally posted 08/19/2015 12:50PM
Ten years ago this week, Steve Carell starred in a little movie about a guy trying to find a way to lose something. And for this we are thankful. Let's turn the "Way Back Wednesday" machine to Aug. 19, 2005.
Originally posted 08/11/2015 02:50PM
Tuesday, August 11 marks 10 years since the premiere of The 40-Year-Old Virgin starring Steve Carell as the middle aged big box store employee, Andy Stitzer, who had never done the deed.
Originally posted 06/29/2015 11:00AM
According to her husband John Legend, Chrissy Teigen is what you might call geographically challenged.
In an exclusive clip of the season 3 premiere of Hollywood Game Night, host Jane Lynch introduce Teigen's team captain and mentions that he's from Clovis, California.
While Teigen, 29, is perfectly happy to vaguely admit that she and her crooner hubby have a "running joke about Clovis," Legend takes the story a step farther – too far, in fact, judging by the expression on Teigen's face.
Originally posted 05/16/2015 12:10PM
Set your DVRs!
This week, the major TV networks announced their upcoming fall and midseason shows. Here are the top 15 choices PEOPLE's own TV team is most excited to watch.
Originally posted 05/14/2015 05:15PM
At the CBS upfront presentation for her new show Angel from Hell, in which she plays an irreverent wisecracker who may or may not be an actual guardian angel, Jane Lynch told PEOPLE about her own personal guiding light.
When asked who has been one of her best advice givers, the actress said she treasures lessons learned from an offbeat therapist.
"I had a therapist that was flawed on so many levels, but I kept going back because she just had wisdom, and I knew she loved me," said Lynch, 54. "And I know maybe your therapists aren't supposed to love [you]."
Like her character in Angel from Hell, Lynch's therapist offered invaluable advice despite her unconventional methods.
Originally posted 05/13/2015 07:15AM
PEOPLE has an exclusive bonus feature from the Glee – The Complete Series DVD/Blu-ray, which shows the high school reunion-like gathering on the McKinley High School auditorium stage set. The clip shows series-long cast members (Lea Michele, Matthew Morrison, Kevin McHale) and other fan favorites (Darren Criss, Heather Morris, Amber Riley) sharing their final thoughts as they say goodbye to the song-and-dance phenomenon that made them household names.
Originally posted 03/21/2015 02:15AM
[YOUTUBE "qaqVwlkTENc"] Many faces have passed through the halls of William McKinley High School.
On Glee's series finale Friday, an impressive number of the show's alums – not to mention some of its more memorable fashion fads and cultural touchstones – appeared in Lima for one last song and dance.
Here are a few of the highlights from the welcome returns, quirky character traits and celebrity cameos from Glee's two-hour finale.
Originally posted 03/21/2015 12:55AM
Glee wrapped its six-season run Friday night with a two-hour finale that evoked the best of the show's early days.
Twelve songs – ranging from the saccharine to the sublime – figured into the night's two episodes, "2009" and "Dreams Come True." Some provided character insight, some tugged at the heartstrings, and some were pure expressions of joy.
While the show was creatively as good as its been in a long time during its closing installment, some songs succeeded more than others. Below, our take on how each tune fared.
Originally posted 03/20/2015 11:25PM
Over its six seasons, Glee has consistently proven that it can stick a landing, and the series finale was the absolute epitome of the scrappy musical dramedy's ability to obliterate the memory of the bumpy road behind with one revelatory moment of heart-pumping, tear-jerking, can't-stop-yourself-from-smiling, singing-and-dancing glory.
The series's two-hour finale appropriately ended with One Republic's anthemic feel-good tune "I Lived." Indeed, the show "did it all." It was, for better or (often) worse just as messy and ridiculous as life – but, in its best moments, also as uplifting and powerful.
Considering how wildly uneven Glee has been for, well, most of its run, the ending turned out to be pretty darn near pitch-perfect.
Originally posted 03/20/2015 08:35PM
After six emotional seasons of song covers and endless ups and downs at William KcKinley High School, the cast of Glee are bidding farewell to the musical series.
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