The kids of Glee are singing "Don't Stop Believing." Sue Sylvester is telling us to stop believing. Who do you listen to?
This is the dilemma Fox is posing to the hordes of Glee fans expected to flood theaters Aug. 12. In this new promo for Glee: The 3D Concert Movie, Sue (Jane Lynch) has apparently had enough of concert movies, and she's doing her damnedest to stop the epidemic.
We, in turn, have not had enough, which is why we have the track listing for the Glee 3D movie soundtrack, plus updates on How I Met Your Mother, The Mentalist and more in today's TV Update. And don't forget those Teen Choice Award nominations…
The motion picture soundtrack for Glee: The 3D Concert Movie hits stores Tuesday, Aug. 9, and it includes the best numbers from season two, with a couple of classic first-season songs thrown in there as well. Here is the full track listing:
1. Don't Stop Believin' 2. Dog Days Are Over 3. Sing 4. I'm a Slave 4 U 5. Fat-Bottomed Girls 6. I Want To Hold Your Hand 7. Ain't No Way 8. P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing) 9. Born This Way 10. Firework 11. Teenage Dream 12. Silly Love Songs 13. Raise Your Glass 14. Happy Days Are Here Again/Get Happy 15. Lucky 16. River Deep, Mountain High 17. Forget You 18. Don't Rain On My Parade 19. Jessie's Girl 20. Valerie 21. Loser Like Me 22. Safety Dance 23. Somebody To Love
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The Mentalist: Creator and executive producer Bruno Heller tells TVGuide.com where the new season will pick up. "[Jane] is arrested for murder. The immediate problem is not so much, 'Is Red John alive or dead?' but "How the hell am I going to get out from under a death sentence?" Now that's a pickle of a problem.
Bachelor Pad: If any show needs three hours to get its premise across, it's Bachelor Pad. It's hard to convey sarcasm through a keyboard, so we hope no one thinks we're serious about that statement. But yes, we have confirmed what EW.com is reporting: Bachelor Pad will have a three-hour premiere Aug. 8. Um, clear your schedules?
How I Met Your Mother:TVGuide.com chatted with creator/executive producer Craig Thomas about Barney's wedding and season seven. More importantly, Thomas had some good teases for fans of Barney (Neil Patrick Harris) and Robin (Cobie Smulders). "A big theme [in season seven] is Robin dealing with the fact that she has feelings flickering for Barney. Any HIMYM fans who felt like there wasn't enough of Barney and Robin when they were dating, stay tuned for more to their saga," he says.