27 March 2011   No Comments

After a VERY long hiatus (for happy personal reasons), Jayma Mays Online is back! I’ll be adding new layouts to both the gallery and main site, as well as updating with all her appearances, “Glee” captures, “The Smurfs” material, and much more! The updates are starting tonight so come back soon!

8 September 2010   No Comments

I’ve updated the gallery with images of Jayma attending the “Glee” Academy Event, Fox 2010 All Stars Party, and the 2010 Teen Choice Awards. Lots of HQ and MQ so go have a look. I’ll have the Emmy related events up sometime tonight or tomorrow!

7 September 2010   No Comments

I’ve spent the night updating our scripts (the gallery script is still going), so if something looks off, let me know. I’ll have updates over the next week to get caught up before the new season of Glee of September 21!

21 July 2010   2 Comments

Just dropped by to add some images from two recent events Jayma attended to the gallery. We’ll be having more regular updates shortly. Thanks for continuing to visit Jayma Mays Online!

3 July 2010   No Comments

I finally got HQ captures and stills up from the season finale of “Glee” so go have a look in the gallery. I’ve gotten way behind due to some personal things, but the site is still alive and will be caught up eventually. Thanks for continuing to visit us!

27 May 2010   No Comments

It’s possible to be fashionable and green at the same time. Just ask Glee’s Jayma Mays, who often carries a clutch purse made from soda and beer can pull-tabs. “It’s all recycled, even the thread. I’ve had a ton of compliments on it. No one knows what it is at first. Then I tell them and they want to look at it and touch it and open it. It’s a great conversation starter,” says Mays, who also shops organic and local at farmers markets and Trader Joe’s. “We try to be as conscious about that stuff as possible.

Mays, who portrayed Hiro’s doomed love, Charlie, on Heroes, now plays OCD guidance counselor Emma on Glee, which returns to Fox on April 13 with new episodes and a roster of guest stars including Neil Patrick Harris, Molly Shannon, and Olivia Newton-John, and all-Madonna music episode on April 20. As for her character’s ongoing flirtation with Glee Club advisor Will Schuester, Mays quotes creator Ryan Murphy in saying that it’s his job as a writer to keep them apart, “and what we know of Emma, she’s a pretty staid person so I think it would be too wild for her to jump into anything.” Whatever the plot brings, she’s having a blast. “It’s nice to be able to go to work and not feel like you’re working,” she says. “I really feel blessed.

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23 May 2010   1 Comment

In a huge vote of confidence for the zeitgeist-cracking drama, Fox has ordered a third season of Glee from Ryan Murphy Television and 20th Century Fox TV, EW has learned exclusively.

Season-to-date, Glee is the No. 1 new scripted series among adults 18-49 and adults 18-34, and has averaged 9.4 million total viewers. During its spring telecasts, the musical dramedy, starring Jane Lynch, Matthew Morrison, and Lea Michele, averaged a 5.6/14 among 18-49 and 13.3 million viewers. It wraps its first season on Tuesday, June 8. “In just one year, Glee has transcended the television landscape and emerged as a global pop culture phenomenon,” said Peter Rice, the Fox Networks Group Entertainment Chairman, in a statement.

Added Fox Entertainment President Kevin Reilly, “Everything about Glee – from the concept to the characters to the marketing – has been innovative and risky, but with [series creator] Ryan Murphy tapping into the zeitgeist, the risk has paid off with this truly remarkable series. Glee has one of the most active, devoted fan bases I’ve ever seen, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to give Gleeks a third season of their favorite show.”

Murphy also released the following statement: “It’s been a whirlwind year – from shooting the pilot to performing at the White House to the concert tour that began last week – and yet we all feel like we’ve just begun this amazing musical journey. We think our Gleeks worldwide are going to love what we’ll have in store for them in seasons two and three.”

Along with the positive message it sends about the network’s commitment to the show, there are numerous financial benefits to giving a series like Glee a two-year pickup. Not only does it help cut production costs over the long haul, it allows Murphy and his writers a chance to plan ahead (if not breathe a much-needed sigh of relief). Most important, it gives the studio a head start in taking the episodes out into the syndication marketplace. Promising new dramas like NCIS: LA and The Mentalist, for example, sold in syndication in their first and second years, respectively.

In the next original episode, airing on May 25, Glee will feature the music of Lady Gaga when Will (Morrison) encourages the glee club members to express themselves using the pop superstar’s music. Meanwhile, Rachel (Michele) has a life-changing encounter, and Tina (Jenna Ushkowitz) embraces her inner goth.

The second season of Glee, which has already earned a Peabody, a Golden Globe, and a Screen Actors Guild award, will kick off this fall on Tuesdays at 8 p.m.

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20 May 2010   No Comments

I’ve added HQ captures from episode 1×18 – Bad Reputation and episode 1×19 – Dream On to the gallery along with two HQ stills from episode 1×18 – Bad Reputation.



18 May 2010   2 Comments

Jayma was just at the 2010 FOX Upfront After Party with the rest of her FOX co-stars to celebrate their 2010-2011 programming selections. Her light blue dress is so pretty. 5 HQ and 7 MQ were added for now, but will be added in the morning. 33 HQ, 3 LQ, and 41 MQ were added from the arrivals and party. 9 MQ 9 HQ portraits were added but I’m working on getting HQ. Enjoy!

17 May 2010   3 Comments

Last night, Jayma, along with some “Glee” co-stars and her co-star from “The Smurfs”,  Sofia Vergara, were on hand for the New York Upfronts Party Presented By Entertainement Weekly and 20th Century Fox. Jayma looked awesome! 6 LQ and 1 MQ 7 HQ have been added to the gallery, but we’ll have HQ shortly. Thanks!