The buzz on 'Glee' season 4 is mostly concentrated on tonight's upcoming sequel Britney Spears tribute "Britney 2.0," before that, just how effectively the show could balance moving between its dual locations of New York and Lima, Ohio. Still, in lieu of a few existing cast members we've yet to see, why haven't there been many teases of 'Sex and the City' star Sarah Jessica Parker? With Kurt now in New York, is she not to play an integral part? How about a first look?
Homina, homina... wait, what were we doing again? Oh! While 'Glee' season 4 is going back to the well of Britney Spears seems like a questionable decision for a season trying to establish itself as something different, there's no arguing that at least some of the show has grown up with its characters. So if 'Glee' wants to hit us "baby one more time," who better to soften the blow than Ms. Lea Michele herself? And in case you never watch, fellas might want to tune in for this one.
'Glee' season 4 may have already begun its run between Rachel and Kurt in New York City, and the re-vamped New Directions back in Lima, Ohio, but anyone who caught the season 4 premiere "The New Rachel" may have noticed something: half the original cast was missing! Thankfully, as the season rolls on we'll learn more of the fate of Quinn, Finn, Puck and Mercedes, but who's popping up in the latest promos for "Britney 2.0?"
You know, we can remember sitting in Ballroom 20 during the Comic-Con 2011 panel wherein 'Glee' series creator Ryan Murphy promised the show would become more about the interpersonal drama between the character rather than flashy guest stars and tribute episodes. Yet here we are, only one episode deep into 'Glee' season 4, and it's time for another Britney Spears tribute! Love or hate the new season, it's hard to deny the full-length performance of 'Hold It Against Me" at least has sex appeal!
'Glee' may be returning tonight, but there are still a lot of unanswered questions on fans' minds for season 4. And since we've seen the premiere, we can tell you that not all of your lingering questions about the New Directions new and old will be answered this week, so what is the latest promo showing us ahead of time? Do we finally know what Sarah Jessica Parker is up to, or where Finn's been all this time? Check the video after the break to find out!
Just when you thought it was safe to take your fingers out of your ears. That's right, we know 'Glee' season 4 would cover the inescapably catchy hooks of Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe," but how we can have our lives ruined a full three days ahead of 'Glee's season 4 premiere 'The New Rachel!" Watch as the latest incarnation of the New Directions performs everyone's favorite indecisive telephone song!
The time for 'Glee' is almost upon us, as 'Glee' season 4 will finally make its big debut this Thursday, September 13. For months now, we've been hotly anticipating the new season of FOX's mega-hit musical if nothing else for the presence of Hollywood star Kate Hudson as Rachel Berry's sexy new NYADA dance instructor Cassandra July. But 'Glee,' is nothing without its music, so how would you like a full-length sneak peek at one of 'Glee' season 4's musical numbers?
Why yes, you read correctly, your all-time favorite song about potentially calling people has indeed found its way into 'Glee's fourth season, to be performed in the September 13 premiere "The New Rachel." But what of the other Gleeks joining the ranks for season four, and its new faces? What does the new promo have to offer people other than Carly Rae Jepsen, Kate Hudson stripping, and the new Quinn Fabray?
It's hard to believe that another year of TV is almost upon us, and while it might take until the end of October to get back our favorite shows like 'Community,' 'Glee' season 4 is just days away with a premiere on September 13. So with all the new photos and promos we've seen, where are all our favorite characters? Is it all about Rachel Berry in New York, tormented by Kate Hudson? Actually, that doesn't sound so bad...
From just about the minute people heard that NBC was developing an adult musical series about Broadway show-business, 'Glee' comparisons and contrasts flew left and right. Now that 'Smash' has come and establish itself as a separate entity, will 'Fame' face the same stigma upon returning to TV? Will 'Fame' face greater scrutiny now that 'Glee' is headed to New York, or will people remember which came first? Who's behind the new series?