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There was much Glee to be had in the Indigo Room at the Comic-Con on Saturday evening, as TVLine Editor-in-Chief Michael Ausiello led a panel discussion featuring series regulars Lea Michele, Cory Monteith, Darren Criss, Naya Rivera, Kevin McHale and Jenna Ushkowitz, plus executive producers Brad Falchuk, Ian Brennan and Dante Di Loreto.
Read on for highlights from the panel discussion.
PERFECT HARMONY | Though some of New Directions peeled off in different directions at the close of Season 3, all of the series regulars will be returning for the new run — in some capacity. Plus, as rumored, Chord Overstreet is thisclose to finalizing a deal to become a series regular for Season 4. Lastly, Glee Project alums Samuel Larsen and Alex Newell are in talks to return.
TIME JUMP | As tradition with the show, about three months will have passed on screen when the new season picks up.
BRITNEY TRIBUTE | Falchuk confirmed that a second Britney Spears tribute will air this fall — specifically, in Episode 2. And yes, Heather Morris will be at the center of it — and Rachel. “We were able to take the Britney Spears-themed episode in the choir room and have it in New York and see how that affects the Rachel story line,” Falchuk said. In a similar fashion, expect the thematic events that take place at McKinley to extend to other characters whose story lines are taking place out of state. “An assignment for the glee club one week could affect a choice Rachel might make with an assignment at school,” he said, noting that modern technology could help tie story lines together. “We’ve been using that as a way to bind it.”
RACHEL | The big city won’t be so kind to Rachel. “Now she’s starting fresh [with] the challenges of New York and being there alone,” previewed Falchuk. When the season picks up, it’ll be the start of the school year at NYADA, where dancing proves to be particularly problematic for Rachel. Enter Kate Hudson as her new teacher, who’s got a very different technique than Mr. Schuester. “[It’s] one based on negative reinforcement,” teased the EP. “Rachel has to get used to that.” For her part, Michele is “really excited to see her in a big city, interacting with new people.” Lea is, however, excited by the idea of seeing “[Rachel Berry] in a school with 1,800 Rachel Berry’s” – and while she’ll be surrounded by other like-minded ladies, Rachel won’t have anything resembling a strong support system. When the new season starts, her BFF Kurt will still be in Lima, her ex-BF Finn will be in the army and Santana is a cheerleader at The University of Louisville.
FINN | “He’s the real big question mark when [Season 4] starts,” shared EP Brennan. Added Falchuk, “He went off on this adventure [into the army] and nobody really knows what’s happened to him.” As for whether that means we’ll see Finn with a shaved head, Monteith said he’s “up for the challenge.” Michele, meanwhile, will still be struggling to with what to do with the way the pair parted ways. “We’re starting with she’s not knowing where things stand,” the actress says, noting she’ll be weighing what Finn “setting her free” truly means and pondering if she should date other people.
KURT | It looks like Kurt is staying put – for now. Having been rejected by his dream school, he’s still in Lima, unsure of what he wants to do, when the season picks up. But with Rachel in New York, it can’t be too long before he finds his way to the Big Apple, right? “Those two are best friends,” replied Falchuk, tellingly. “It would be hard to keep them apart.”
NEW FACES | There will be a lot of new faces joining the series in Season 4 — including Puck’s younger brother and a roommate for Rachel that nobody has met before as well as new East Coast friends for the ex-New Directions star. “We’re definitely looking to repopulate the choir room and casting some new people to bring in there, the idea is to keep that part of the show vibrant,” Falchuk said. As for who they’re looking at: “a lot of big voices,” Brennan teased.
POOR FABRERRY | Falchuck confessed during the panel that he has written a Rachel-Quinn (Dianna Agron) scene five different times, and each time it had to be cut from the episode.
The Winner of the Panel: Darren Criss, for his off-the-cuff comment after a fan wondered whether the show would represent “Jewishness” in a more effective way. Things got somewhat awkward as the producers skirted around the question, but Criss broke the tension. Joking about his facial scruff, which Lea Michele had already called out earlier in the panel, Criss laughed, “‘I’m actually a rabbi this season.”
With production yet to begin on Season 4, the panel opened with a reel created by an Italian fan with footage from the first three seasons, behind the scenes and concert footage from the cast’s world tour and subsequent movie that elicited loud roars from the vocal ballroom.
Glee’s fourth season premieres Thursday, Sept. 13 at 9 p.m. on Fox. Hit the comments with what you’re looking forward to seeing.
While at Comic-Con this weekend , PerezHilton.com had the pleasure of sitting own with some of the stars of our favorite show, Glee.
While we started to dish about the new season, Lea Michele dropped a nugget of love in our laps when she revealed a spoiler from the first episode of season four.
Let’s just say we know who Rachel will be paying homage to at NYADA … and while we’re not surprised, we’re positively damp with excitement!!!
The talented songtress shared with us EXCLUSIVELY: “I’m doing [a Barbra song] in episode one. Well, it’s Barbra covering a popular song, I will tell you that. But as far as Barbra’s songs are concerned, I really do feel like I’ve done my faves. I’ve sorted started bugging Ryan about Celine [Dion]. “
Excuse us while we go do the happiest dance known to any diva lovin’ peep ALIVE!
Ugh, Lea! You never, ever steer us wrong! Now, what could this Barbra cover be! So many options … and we just don’t want to choose! We’ll get back to that!
In the meantime, check out the video (above) to hear Lea talk about where Rachel will be at in season four and what we can expect from our favorite musical prodigy in the fall!
Glee is set to introduce the A-lister this season as Rachel’s dance instructor at NYADA, and Lea tells us she’s “excited and nervous” to be working with her—but will Rachel feel the same way about Kate’s “negative reinforcement” practicing teacher?
We chatted with Lea at Comic-Con to weasel all the season four scoop out of her, including what the future holds for Rachel and Finn (Cory Monteith) and who Rachel’s NYC roommate might be…
Before we get to all things Kate Hudson, let’s tackle one of the finale’s biggest questions: why’d the writers decide to break up Finn and Rachel? The answer is simple: it makes for good television, people!
“I definitely think they saw u s together a lot, so I think they want to sort of see what it’s like for them to sort of be apart for a little while now,” Lea explains. “I think that’s the dynamic, that’s the dance where they pull them apart and being them back together. I love working with Cory so I’m sad we won’t get to work together too much, but they’ll always be involved with one another whether or not they are dating.”
Of the couple’s season four interactions, Lea would only tease that Finn and Rachel will be in contact “at some point.”
While New York City tends to be a place where most people go only to have their dreams crushed, most people aren’t Rachel Berry.
“I think Rachel Berry works best when she’s against all odds, like when she has to sort of has to fight her way through something and when everything’s against her is when she really rises to the top,” Lea says. “So I think that starting the season, she is going to be alone. She’s in a new environment, but I think that’s going to get her to a really great place.”
Fret not, Gleeks! Ms. Berry probably won’t be starring in a one-woman show for long as Lea says, “I definitely think that she’s not going to be alone that long and will be surrounded by some familiar faces very soon.”
One familiar face Lea is asking to see Rachel spend more time with? Santana (Naya Rivera)! “Naya and I have really been campaigning for a really long time for Rachel and Santana to live together in New York, so maybe that will happen!”
While Santana is a potential roomie, Kate Hudson’s dance instructor will be equal parts mentor and rival for Rachel. “I’ve heard that [Rachel] has a challenging dynamic with Kate Hudson, so we’ll see about that!” Lea teases.
Lea revealed that Kate will be working primarily with her storyline while Sarah Jessica will be working closely with Chris Colfer, and shared her excitement at getting to share the screen with the popular actress.
“Oh my God, I’m like obsessed with her,” Lea admitted. “I love her. She’s one of the greatest comedic actresses right now, and I just think she’s so pretty.”
She was also clearly happy that the entire original cast will be back this year — especially Cory, her real life boyfriend.
“Oh my gosh, I can’t work without Cory at this point,” she said. “And you know, I really get Cory and Chris. These guys — I can’t play Rachel without them.”
To say Glee‘s third season ended with an emotional whallop would be an understatement, and it certainly left fans desperate to find out what’s in store for Season 4.
Well, brace yourselves, Gleeks, because the cast of Fox’s high-school musical dropped by TVLine’s Comic-Con interview suite for their very first chat about the unexpected twists and turns of “Goodbye,” and where their characters are headed when the show returns to the airwaves on Sept. 13.
Press play below for all the scoopy goodness — from which cast member is getting inspiration from Into the Wild to who was left in the dark about the Finn-Rachel breakup — and for more intel from Glee‘s Comic-Con panel later today (hosted by yours truly) follow me on Twitter @MichaelAusiello!
When Finn put Rachel on the train to New York at the end of last season of Glee, we were both thrilled that she was going to live her dream and sad that it had to be at the cost of her relationship. For us at home, the New York move means Glee will be a whole new show in season four, but we wondered if this will feel like deja vu for actress Lea Michele, a New York native and Broadway star before she made the switch to TV.
Saturday, July 14 at 12:45PM PT
Lea Michele, Cory Monteith, Darren Criss, Kevin McHale, Jenna Ushkowitz, Naya Rivera, and more!
We will post the recording of the streaming coverage on Monday so don’t worry if you are not gonna be able to catch Lea on time.
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