One Life to Live alum Melissa Fumero (pictured above with Chelsea Peretti) stars opposite Andy Samberg, as Amy in Fox’s new comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Fumero was on hand to promote her new show at the Fox 2013 Upfront Presentation on May 13.
The event featured such familiar faces as Christopher Meloni and Greg Kinnear, who will star in Surviving Jack and Rake respectively. In addition to its new shows, Fox promoted such favorites as Bones, The X Factor and Glee. See more photos from Fox’s 2013 Upfront Presentation after the jump! READ MORE
“Rumours” was another good meta-episode for Glee, acknowledging the inevitable gossip that plagues any pop-culture phenom. The show has gotten its share in various tabloids and blind items, and that's the tongue-in-cheek problem facing the Glee Club this week. Self-awareness of its own pop-culture presence is something this show has always had fun with. They also went there with the couple squish-names, my favorite being “Pizes.”
The real world overlaps were everywhere in this episode. Glee Club gossip included Quinn and Kurt (Chris Colfer) as cheaters (like those Mark Salling/Naya Rivera rumors), questions about Santana and Sam's sexuality (like those Darren Criss questions), and the insinuation that Will (Matthew Morrison) would rather be on Broadway than leading the Glee Club (like Morrison wanting a solo singing career).
Last night FOX premiered its new high school drama Glee. Matthew Morrison (ex-Adam Munson, As the World Turns) leads the ensemble cast, which includes Imaginary Bitches, Heroes, Boston Public and Nip/Tuck star Jessalyn Gilsig , funny woman Jane Lynch, Patrick Gallagher, Lea Michele and Cory Monteith. If you missed the episode you can watch the pilot all summer on FOX.com. Check out the extended trailer after the jump. READ MORE