Comic-Con 2012: 5 Things We Want From ‘Glee’s’ Panel
It’s been a tough dual months for Glee fans, who were left sad and extraordinary about a predestine of some of McKinley High’s best and brightest following a Season 3 culmination that separate Rachel and Finn and left Kurt’s destiny adult in a air.
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With stars Lea Michele, Cory Monteith, Naya Rivera, Kevin McHale and Jenna Ushkowitz fasten executive writer Brad Falchuk on Glee‘s Comic-Con theatre Saturday night and a writers behind during work for some-more than a month now, The Hollywood Reporter has gathered a tip 5 things we wish to see happen.
1. Break it down for us. All 15 regulars from Season 3 will return … in some ability … for some different array of episodes. How will a Fox array tackle stories potentially set in New York (Rachel), Los Angeles (Mercedes), Connecticut (Quinn), Georgia (Finn), Chicago (Mike) and Ohio (everyone else)? Mini-seasons? Split-screen stories? Clue us in on a large show-within-the show hub-bub and Finn’s “big secret.”
2. An refurbish on who else may or might not lapse for Season 4. The Glee Project Season 1 winners Damian McGinty and Samuel Larsen extended their stay on a Fox array good over their six-episode winnings. Playing Rory and Joe, respectively, a underclassmen valid they had what it takes to ramble McKinley’s halls for another year. Bring ‘em back.
3. What happens to Kurt (Chris Colfer)?! Here’s what we know: He graduated and didn’t get in to NYADA. More than that, we got squat! As one of a series’ core characters, a strange New Directions member can’t be adhering around in Lima for prolonged (sorry, Blaine!). Plus with his blossoming career outward of Glee – feature Struck By Lightningand a book debate to support The Land of Stories — a warning about only how many (or few?) episodes he’s slated to seem in would be nice.
4. Don’t protest yourself. Producers were not indispensably on a same page final year when EP Falchuk used Comic-Con as a forum to repudiate what Ryan Murphy told THRonly days prior: that stars Lea Michele, Colfer and Cory Monteith would not be returning for Season 4. Murphy afterwards reliable a initial news days after with Fox nixing a rumored Glee spinoff for good in January, ensuring a trio’s Season 4 return.
5. The gossip indent is already in full pitch with names trimming from The Voice – and arriving American Horror Story co-star — Adam Levine and The X Factor‘s Cheryl Cole potentially popping in during Season 4. Hopefully they announce that during slightest one of these is true.
Glee‘s Comic-Con row is Saturday from 5-6 p.m. Stay tuned to THR’s The Live Feed blog for full coverage from San Diego. Hit a comments with what we wish to know about subsequent season.
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