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WIN THIS! ‘Glee’ Season 2 DVD Box Set

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Glee nabbed the big post-Super Bowl timeslot this year, and as if that weren’t enough singin’, dancin’, high school romancin’ TV fun for one week, Fox Home Entertainment has given three copies of the new Glee Season 2, Volume 1 DVD box sets to give away to our lucky readers!

From Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment:
Start the year on a high note with the students from McKinley High School and experience all the heart-pounding musical performances with the Glee Season 2, Volume 1 DVD from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.

The unforgettable Glee cast returns in TV’s most spectacular musical sensation. Despite school budget cuts and a setback at Regionals, New Directions is more energized than ever. As fresh romances develop and old ones are tested, the club embraces an exciting new year of challenges.

Glee Season 2, Volume 1 contains the first 10 episodes as well as special features and never-before-seen footage, including a bonus song recorded exclusively for the DVD release. Find every memorable season two performance thus far, including Britney/Brittany and The Rocky Horror Glee Show.

And if that’s not enough Glee for you, the DVD box set extras include:
– Bonus song from The Rocky Horror Glee Show recorded exclusively for the DVD
– Glee Music Jukebox
– Getting Waxed with Jane Lynch – Sue Sylvester Madame Tussaud’s wax figure from modeling to ceremony
– The Wit of Brittany – Brittany’s most “profound” moments from season one and the first half of season two
Glee at Comic-Con 2010

Now, for your chance of winning your own copy of the Glee Season 2, Volume 1 DVD, simply answer the following question:
Which Oscar-winning actress appeared in a Glee Season 2, Volume 1 DVD episode?
– Gwyneth Paltrow
– Nicole Kidman
– Sandra Bullock

– Leave a comment on this post, with the answer to the trivia question, and an e-mail address where you can be reached
– Deadline to enter is February 8 at 8PM ET (according to recorded comment time)
– The winner will be chosen by random, using’s Random Number Generator
– The winner will be announced on the evening of February 8, as an update to this post
– For this content, U.S. residents only, please

Good luck, Gleeks!

Channel Surfing – January 13, 2010

All the tube news that’s fit to surf …

– Freshman hits Glee and Modern Family have not only gotten second season renewals this week, but were also just nominated for GLAAD Media Awards. Also getting season two renewals at ABC: Cougar Town and The Middle.

– CBS must be laughing at NBC and the Conan/Leno brouhaha, because both David Letterman and Craig Ferguson (the most underrated host in late night, IMHO) are both reportedly close to extending their current contracts.

Simon Cowell and Paula Abdul, together again? That’s been the rumor, and reports that talks are underway for Abdul to join her former American Idol cohort on The X Factor.

– This is quite a lineup of TV talent: Betty White, Valerie Bertinelli, Jane Leeves and Wendie Malick will star in TV Land’s pilot for Hot in Cleveland, a sitcom about three fortysomething BFFs (Bertinelli, Leeves and Malick) who get stuck in Cleveland and decide to move there permanently because the locals think they’re glamorous. Betty White will play a crabby lady who lives in a cottage near the house where the pals live in Cleveland.

Big Love season four premiere? Big ratings, up 49 percent vs. last season’s premiere.

Mad Men star Jon Hamm is coming back to 30 Rock, right around Valentine’s Day. Is this good news, at last, for Liz Lemon’s love life?

– A musical 24? That really doesn’t seem like something Jack Bauer would, or should, do, does it?

– Are Lisa Rinna and hubby Harry Hamlin the new Lucy and Ricky? TV Land hopes so, as the celebs will star in a new comedy reality series that focuses on their marriage, children and careers.

– This isn’t coming a moment too soon for troubled soapland: Victor Newman, a.k.a. The Young and the Restless star Eric Braeden, returns to Genoa City in Friday’s episode.

– There’s another Law & Order spin-off coming, and this time it’s being set outside NYC: It’ll be in Los Angeles. Why? NBC’s programming chief says it’s because there’s a lack of cop shows set in L.A. Was she not aware Southland was set in La La Land before her network canceled it?

Rita Rocks, Lifetime’s Nicole Sullivan sitcom? It’s dunzo.

The Bachelor still hasn’t resulted in a marriage, but it will get a spin-off. A sort of all-star (and I use that term very loosely) collection of former contestants from The Bachelor and The Bachelorette will live together in a manse, with the purpose of … that remains to be seen, though they will compete to not get evicted, reportedly. The show will be called, of course, Bachelor Pad.

– Congratulate Howie Mandel on being named David Hasselhoff‘s replacement on America’s Got Talent. Just don’t touch him when you do it.

– And tonight in primetime: Another round of American Idol auditions on Fox (8PM ET); The Sopranos Michael “Christufuh” Imperioli guests on Mercy (8PM, NBC); Brick runs for “school historian (whut?) on The Middle (8:30PM, ABC); Gloria and Jay argue about a piece of decor on Modern Family (9PM, ABC); Lost‘s Naveen Andrews guest stars on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (9PM, NBC); Scott Foley continues his guest gig on Cougar Town (9:30PM, ABC); It’s the third season premiere of High School Reunion on TV Land (10PM); Leverage returns with new eps on TNT (10PM); Christian lets his junk food freak flag fly on tonight’s Nip/Tuck (10PM, FX), but he won’t feel so free when he finds out what (rather, who) is wife is up to; Must-hear-TV: Ray LaMontagne chats with and performs on Spectacle: Elvis Costello With … (10PM, Sundance); New Ugly Betty at 10PM on ABC; The designers have to work with denim on Launch My Line (10PM, Brav0); and Ty and Callie butt heads on a new Real World on MTV (10PM).

Channel Surfing – September 22, 2009

All the tube news that’s fit to surf …

– It’s official: The CW has announced that Heather Locklear will rejoin the cast of the new Melrose Place, beginning with the Nov. 17 episode.

– The first new show of the season to get a pick up for season two: Fox’s Glee.

– Here’s a rundown of President Obama‘s appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman last night, and the complete top 10 list Letterman and staff wrote for the appearance.

– There’s Psych and The Mentalist, and now Discovery Channel may air a series about a real-life mentalist.

House star Hugh Laurie is suffering for his art: the actor says faking his character’s limp is causing him real pain.

– “Surreal” is how judge Carrie Ann Inaba described Tom DeLay‘s performance on Dancing With the Stars last night, and that really is the only word that fits. Check out the video here if you missed it.

– NBC’s new nurse-focused medical drama Mercy (which premieres Sept. 23 at 8PM ET) prompted The Daily Beast to compile a list of the 15 Top TV Nurses.

– Thanks to for the link to The Office‘s Jim and Pam wedding page.

– Cool guest star news: Comedy legend Betty White will play herself on an upcoming episode of 30 Rock.

– And more casting awesomeness, from USA Today: Lily Tomlin and Martin Short will join Damages next season, with Tomlin playing the head of a family who’s taking on Patty Hewes (Emmy winner Glenn Close), while Short plays Tomlin’s attorney and, as previously announced, Campbell Scott will play Tomlin’s son. Damages‘ third season is scheduled to premiere on FX in January 2010.

– And tonight in primetime:

NCIS premieres its seventh season on CBS (8PM ET)
– It’s week two of The Biggest Loser (8PM, NBC)
– New 90210 at 8PM on The CW
– It’s a two-hour episode of Hell’s Kitchen on Fox (8PM)
– The female celebs perform on Dancing With the Stars (8PM, ABC)
Warehouse 13 ends its first season with a great cliffhanger (9PM, SyFy)
– Now’s the time to start watching the new Melrose Place (9PM, The CW) with Heather Locklear’s return on the way
The Universe (9PM, History) imagines 10 ways Earth could be destroyed
– On Sons of Anarchy (10PM, FX), Zobelle tries to get Hale to cook up trouble for SAMCRO
Pee Wee Herman and Amy Poehler are the guests on The Jay Leno Show (10PM, NBC)
– Jeff turns to his dad for advice when he feels betrayed by a friend on Flipping Out (10PM, Bravo)
– New Rehab: Party at the Hard Rock Hotel episode on truTV (10PM)
– Sundance Channel has the second episode of the Brick City miniseries (10PM), following the mayor of Newark, NJ as he tries to rejuvenate his troubled city

NCIS: LOS ANGELES (9PM, CBS) Chris O’Donnell and LL Cool J star in this spin-off of NCIS
VERDICT: If you dig the original, this likable spin-off makes for a good two-hour block of viewing

THE FORGOTTEN (10PM, ABC) The Jerry Bruckheimer-produced drama follows The Forgotten Network – led by Christian Slater‘s Alex Donovan – a group of volunteers who try to solve murders involving unidentified corpses.
VERDICT: Interesting if a) there’s nothing better on and/or b) you want to build a stash of dramas on the TiVo. When you hear Christian Slater is the lead on a TV show, you expect to see a lot of Christian Slater, and he really plays more of a co-star here, to both the rest of the cast and the premise (it is a Bruckheimer show, after all). Also, while watching, you keep asking yourself: Who has this much time on their hands? These people are doing the work of a police squad … as volunteers.

THE GOOD WIFE (10PM, CBS) Julianna Margulies is a stay-at-home mom who has to return to work as an attorney when her politician hubby (Chris Noth) is caught in a sex and corruption scandal
VERDICT: Two big thumbs up. After all, who hasn’t wondered what happens after all those disgraced politicians’ mea culpa press conferences?

THE NAUGHTY KITCHEN WITH CHEF BLYTHE BECK (10PM, Oxygen) Sassy Chef Beck tries to revamp a Dallas restaurant with her larger-than-life ideas and personality, which, inevitably, rub some people the wrong way
VERDICT: A very fun alternative to the perky, sometimes saccharine female hosts on the Food Network

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