Everything you thought you knew about Season 3 of Glee is probably wrong.
Glee's Darren Criss talks Broadway, Marti Noxon, "unicorn dust" and graduation
At Sunday's Comic-Con panel for the popular Fox show, executive producers Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan clarified — or more specifically, dispelled — recent news and headlines about the show's future. To review:
Glee boss Ryan Murphy said Lea Michele, Chris Colfer and Cory Monteith's characters are graduating from William McKinley and that the actors would not be back for Season 4. Falchuk says: Not necessarily true!
It looks like Roseanne Barr will be returning to her sitcom roots.
The actress is in talks to appear on NBC's midseason comedy, Are You There, Vodka? It's Me Chelsea, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Whether or not you enjoyed watching — spoiler alert — New Directions lose the big competition for a second year in a row on Glee, there's no question that the club's journey to Nationals took a backseat to bullying, the Warblers, religion, drinking, prom and a whole lot more this season. In the end, we still got a moving duet between Rachel and Kurt on Wicked's Broadway stage, a couple of new, pretty good original songs, an "awww" moment between Kurt and Blaine, and an even bigger one between season MVPs Santana and Brittany.
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And yet! While the writers managed to tie up some of their many arcs nicely — Bye Terri! Welcome back, Finchel! — we've come up with seven unsolicited suggestions to help them ease into next season based on what culminated in Tuesday's finale. In no particular order, they are:
Dot Marie Jones
Glee's Dot Marie Jones is going to jail — and Chelsea Handler is going with her.
Jones will make a guest-appearance in the NBC comedy pilot based on Handler's book, Are You There, Vodka? It's Me, Chelsea, TVGuide.com has learned.
Check out photos of Jones on Glee
After landing in jail for a D.U.I., Chelsea (Laura Prepon) meets a...