It's been a few weeks since we've caught up with the cast of FOX's mega-hit musical smash 'Glee,' and we have baseball games and elections to thank for that. The last episode "The Break-Up" left us in some pretty dark territory as well, with just about everyone down in the dumps, but its there good news ahead? Well, if Grant Gustin is to return as the villainaous Dalton Academy Warbler Sebastian... probably not.
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'Glee' season 4 is in no shortage of star power, what with its recurring roles for both Hollywood icons Sarah Jessica Parker and Kate Hudson, and even the recent casting of 'American Idol' vet and runner-up Jessica Sanchez. Still, the latest potential casting might just satisfy plenty of longtime 'Glee' fantasies, as the FOX musical drama has its sights on theatre legend Bette Midler for an upcoming role. Given her notoriety, however, would she play herself or an all-new character?
Tragically, 'Glee' won't return to FOX until November 8, but that doesn't mean you'll have to wait all the way past Halloween for new scoop on the show's fourth season. Only four episodes deep and plenty of former cast members have yet to appear as well, but who needs the old when you have the new? We've just learned that 'American Idol' vet Jessica Sanchez has officially booked her turn on the series, but who will the runner-up play?
Before the first season of 'American Horror Story' hit the air, Ryan Murphy fans questioned whether he'd have enough time to manage it alongside FOX's 'Glee.' When 'The New Normal' went to series at NBC, people questioned whether he'd have time fore it, 'Glee,' and 'American Horror Story.' Now, Murphy's time will become even more precious as he develops a new hourlong drama with FOX, and yet another NBC comedy! But, do the new projects sound any good?
Sheesh, you'd think with an episode like 'The Break-Up" coming up, the cast of 'Glee' season 4 would have seen their share of hard times early on in the season. Well, ever one to kick characters when theyre down, Ryan Murphy is stirring up trouble by adding yet another Dalton Academy Warbler villain into the mix, courtesy of Nolan Gerard Funk. Yes, that's his name. But, does the latest Warbler leader have good intentions or something more sinister in mind?
After spending what seemed like an entire summer of promos featuring Kate Hudson's 'Glee' season 4 character Cassandra July torture Rachel Berry, the time is almost upon us for the FOX musical hit's fourth year to drop its other big guest star on us: 'Sex and the City's Sarah Jessica Parker! Playing Isabelle Wright, Kurt's new boss, fashion guru and editor of Vogue.com, check out the first look at SJP making her official debut in a new clip from "Makeover!"
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!