Jane Lynch may be one of the best-known contemporary funny ladies (as well as an Out Power 50 alum) because of her TV and movie roles. And thanks to her roles in The 40-Year-Old Virgin, and Role Models, everyone knows she can navigate...Show More Summary
As Glee's Sue Sylvester, Jane Lynch snagged an Emmy and rocked TV screens around the world. But with Ryan Murphy's all-singing, all-dancing juggernaut having come to a stop, Lynch launched herself into the reality show category, hosting Hollywood Game Night on NBC. Show More Summary
"I've got this thing on my shoulder. Might be a mole...could be a wax burn from some degrading role play."
Get ready for some new primetime addictions. CBS's Fall schedule includes several fresh comedies and dramas, and it's time to check them out! Jane Lynch has a new series, Bradley Cooper's 2011 movie Limitless is getting the TV treatment (he's even going to pop up on it!), and there's finally a peek at Supergirl. Show More Summary
CBS’ fall trailers are here: Below, get your first look at dramas Supergirl and Limitless, as well as Jane Lynch comedy Angel from Hell and more. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Kanye gets an honorary degree and will probably never shut up about it, Azealia Banks has maybe just penned my new life motto and never fly with Jane Lynch. Read more...
CBS is the last major network to reveal its new shows for the 2015-2016 TV season, and the line-up includes another spin-off of Criminal Minds, three movie adaptations and two new comedies. These are in addition to the earlier announcement that the network has picked up Supergirl.
CBS has given series orders to four dramas, the Criminal Minds spin-off, Rush Hour, Limitless and medical drama Code Black, and two comedies, Jane Lynch's Angel From Hell and Life in Pieces, starring James Brolin and Colin Hanks. More...Show More Summary
Jane Lynch starrer 'Angel From Hell' and 'Life in Pieces' will join the previously ordered 'Supergirl' as the network bets big on existing properties. read more
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Jane Lynch is not one to overly plan out her life. When she began theater and comedy in Chicago in 1986, never did she imagine she'd be on television and movie screens years later. But her go-with-the-flow attitude has served her well, judging by her Golden Globe and Emmy for playing the hilariously...
Jane is hopelessly devoted to rescuing and caring for pups. read more
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Ellen Page, Jane Lynch, Rain Dove made the list of SheWired's Most Eligible Women of 2015.
Glee may be over, but fans won't have to wait long for Jane Lynch's TV return. The new season of Hollywood Game Night, hosted by the Emmy-winner, will return with new episodes on Tuesday, July 7 at 10/9c, NBC announced Thursday. Spring...Show More Summary
BY MELISSA RUGGIERI SATURDAY Jane Lynch Her final moments as Sue Sylvester just aired, as “Glee” took its final bow last week, and Lynch is continuing the traditions of the Fox show with her See Jane Sing cabaret...
Most people know her as Coach Sue Sylvester on TV’s Glee, or from her work in Christopher Guest movies such as A Mighty Wind and
BY MELISSA RUGGIERI From playing a tyrannical cheerleading coach-cum-principal on “Glee” to portraying some mega-memorable characters in Christopher Guest’s masterpieces “Best in Show” and “A Mighty Wind” to hosting the most tolerable game show this side...
The producers of CBS’s comedy pilot Angel From Hell have found someone to act as the recipient of Jane Lynch’s high-volume, possibly-divine intervention. Maggie Lawson, best known for her role on USA’s Psych, will join the storied comedy...Show More Summary
Maggie Lawson is set as the co-lead opposite Jane Lynch in CBS' half-hour single-camera comedy pilot Angel From Hell, from writer-executive producer Tad Quill and CBS TV Studios. The project centers on an unlikely pair. When the larger-than-life,...Show More Summary