No, Angel From Hell hasn’t miraculously become a good TV show yet. It does still have Jane Lynch being kind of bizarre while surrounded by cardboard characters. Here’s the best scene, where Lynch decides to help Allison “face her fears,” by showing up as a terrifying clown.
Jane Lynch is one of our comedy gods, so it’s too bad her new TV show Angel From Hell is kind of a bust. (Although it could get better.) Luckily, there’s one hilarious scene in the first episode, and you can already watch it right now.
Now that Glee has wrapped its final season, Jane Lynch has officially signed on for her next project: She'll play a maybe-guardian angel on CBS' new half-hour comedy Angel From Hell.
Jane Lynch delivers tough love to the Cy-Bug-shooting grunts of her Wreck-It Ralph game, Hero's Duty. Watch her psych up the troops for the battle ahead, just as John C. Reilly's Ralph bumbles his way into the crowd.
Wreck-It Ralph stars comedy genius John C. Reilly as the bad guy in an old, 8-bit video game who dreams of proving he's really a hero. This movie might just do for video games what Toy Story did for toys.
On the surface, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost's Paul looks like a drugs-and-sex-addled reimagining of E.T.. But Paul, opening today, is actually also about how America is an alien planet.
Jane Lynch is getting animated in a guest spot on TBS' new Neighbors From Hell cartoon show, whose name speaks for itself. Check out her secret weapon.