It seems like just yesterday that Glee's Finn (Cory Monteith) and Puck (Mark Salling) were rocking to Bruce Springsteen's "Glory Days" and getting their diplomas with the rest of the graduating seniors. But in just a few short months, a whole new crop of New Directions seniors will be turning their tassles.
During a visit to the Fox musical dramedy on Wednesday, executive producer Dante DiLoreto revealed the McKinley High Class of 2013 will include Blaine (Darren Criss), Tina (Jenna Ushkowitz), Artie (Kevin McHale), Brittany (Heather Morris) — for realz this time — and possibly Sam (Chord Overstreet). So does that mean Rachel (Lea Michele) and Kurt (Chris Colfer) should make room in their Brooklyn loft for some new roomies? Not necessarily. "I wouldn't be surprised if [you find] another cast member or a few other cast members ... in New York. That story has yet to reveal itself, but it seems like one of those natural conclusions," DiLoreto said. "Just like we all do in high school, they're going to different places and hopefully those are stories that we can blossom."
It's the Glee pairing no one, and everyone, saw coming. Ever since co-creator Ryan Murphy first tweeted a picture of Brittany (Heather Morris) and Sam (Chord Overstreet) in wedding-like garb with the caption "wedding of the year" last month, some fans have been waiting in eager anticipation for the new McKinley couple to get together. Meanwhile others have been bracing for what they have since dubbed the "Brampocalypse". Even Brittany herself — in a hilarious fourth-wall-breaking incident — admitted she was hesitant to commit to Sam for fear the lesbians of the nation would turn on him, "get really violent and hurt your beautiful face and mouth," as Brittany so eloquently put it. After watching Brittany fall head over heels for Santana (Naya Rivera), is now the time for her to move on — and with a member of the opposite sex? We weigh the pros and cons of one of Glee's most controversial couples...
Dianna Agron and Naya Rivera
Brace yourself, New York: Santana Lopez is headed your way!
On Tuesday, Glee co-creator Ryan Murphy posted a photo of Santana (Naya Rivera) sititng besides frenemy Quinn (Dianna Agron) with the caption: "New York visitation." It looks like the two are sitting in Rachel (Lea Michele) and Kurt's Brooklyn loft, but why...
One of New Directions' most-beloved alumni is coming home for the holidays.
In newly released photos from next week's Thanksgiving episode of Glee, Quinn (Dianna Agron) returns home from Yale to reunite with her old classmates ... and her old boyfriends!
Glee spoiler photos: Get a sneak peek at what's ahead
Quinn's hopefully triumphant return comes after...
Heather Morris and Chord Overstreet
Ryan Murphy teased a big wedding on Glee this season, but are Sam (Chord Overstreet) and Brittany (Heather Morris) really the ones swapping vows?
"The best episode we have ever done." That's what Glee co-creator and executive producer Ryan Murphy is calling Thursday's episode of the musical comedy (9/8c on Fox), titled "The Break Up." The episode comes in during a major crossroads moment for several couples on the show. Rachel (Lea Michele) seems to be getting awfully cozy with that hot Ace of Base fan (Oh, Brody) and Kurt (Chris Colfer) is too busy exploring the Vogue couture vault to talk to Blaine (Darren Criss). One couple already bit the dust (RIP Chang Squared) so which couples should we cue the violins for? And which couples will be able to keep holding on? We break it down...
Heather Morris, Britney Spears
What is Britney going to say about this, y'all?
That was the question on our minds after Glee's pretty brilliant but slightly brutal Britney Spears tribute episode. After first covering the pop songstress' songbook back in Season 2, the New Directions once again turned to Britney to help Brittany...
Melissa Benoist, Becca Tobin
"The New Rachel." That title may have gone to Blaine (Darren Criss) following his "Call Me Maybe"-off with Tina, Unique and Brittany, but after Glee's season premiere, fans seem to think there may be another worthy candidate — new girl Marley Rose (Melissa Benoist).
"It's a lot of pressure because obviously I have some really big shoes to fill," Benoist tells TVGuide.com of the comparisons to New Directions' former shining star. "But I think that Marley is so...
She may have lost the thunderdome-style battle to be the new Rachel of New Directions, but when it comes to the McKinley High Cheerios, Brittany (Heather Morris) is still at the top of pyramid.
In this sneak peek from Thursday's all-new episode of Glee (9/8c on Fox), Brittany leads the squad in a heart-thumping, highly choreographed routine to one of her idol, Britney Spears', most...
Be careful what you wish for, Rachel Berry. A freshman at the New York Academy of the Dramatic Arts, McKinley High's star graduate will instantly encounter both a new villain to take the place of Sue and a love interest to fill in for enlisted man Finn.
On the evil side, Kate Hudson shimmies in for six episodes as dance teacher Cassandra July. "I'm having an absolute blast....