Hey, remember the year before Comic-Con 2012, when 'Glee' creator and show-runner Ryan Murphy said that season 3 would ditch the tribute episodes and obscene celebrity guest stars, instead focusing on character development? Yeah, that didn't happen. So, remember when 'Glee' Season 4 was going to say goodbye to a portion of the cast in order to divide between New York and new characters back in Ohio? Yeah, not so much. So who's returning, and who might have a bigger role?
We're certainly hoping to learn a bit more about 'Glee' season 4 when the cast shows up to this year's Comic-Con 2012, given how precious little information is available. How much of the show will follow Rachel Berry's adventures in New York, and with whom? How much will stick with the New Directions in Ohio? And most importantly, what new characters will be introduced? Fortunately, we may have an answer for one of those...
Comic-Con 2012 is nearly upon us, as fan everywhere book their flights, ready their costumes and pack their bags, and we'll be on hand to bring you all of the coverage straight from San Diego! Like last year, TV is going to maintain a huge presence at this year's Comic-Con, and we don't want you to miss a single moment.
So now that Showtime and Nickelodeon have officially signed on, let us tell you everything you'll want to see from TV at Comic-Con 2012, and where and when to see it!
Don't stop believing, 'Glee' fans! Initially fans of the FOX musical series were dismayed to learn that the New Directions wouldn't be stopping by this year's San Diego Comic-Con as in years prior, but now Gleeks can rest easy. 'Glee' will indeed hold a panel at this year's con to preview the show's fourth season, but who can we expect in attendance and how different will things be from last year?
At this point, there are probably more question marks than musical notes when it comes to 'Glee's somewhat re-inventive fourth season. We do know that half the focus will move to New York City to follow Rachel Berry (Lea Michele), and presumably at least Santana (Naya Rivera), with the rest of the story taking place in good old Lima, Ohio. So if that's the case, what new faces might we see next season?
It's graduation time on 'Glee' and both the shows fans and stars have been speculating wildly about what the future holds post-McKinley High. In the midst of bittersweet Tweets from Amber Riley and Jane Lynch's comments about "saying goodbye to Dianna (Agron), showrunner Ryan Murphy has set the record straight on who's staying on and who's leaving. Will your favorite Gleek be back for season four?
It's FOX's Upfront week, meaning we're finally getting answers to some of the bigger questions that have been hanging over 'Glee' all season long. Namely, what's going to happen to the graduating seniors? How will Rachel, Kurt and others play any part if the characters move to New York? And perhaps most importantly, what new and celebrity faces might we see in the season to come?
There are a great deal of question marks floating around 'Glee's next season, given all the turnover and flip-flopping series creator Ryan Murphy has done over which stars would graduate and/or leave the series at the end of the current season. Now that production has wrapped, are the stars playing coy or being open about their commitment to another season?
Like a drunk who wrapped her car into a paparazzi for the umpteenth time, sometimes you've got to see it to believe it. So in spite of any of the apparent difficulties in working with notoriously troubled young starlet Lindsay Lohan, LiLo has officially come to 'Glee' and we've got the gory photos to prove it.