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Fox president Kevin Reilly is giving Glee‘s upcoming mini-reboot a big thumbs up, while also managing expectations about how involved the core cast will be moving forward.
“I’ve read first three scripts and I’m very happy with how seamless [the transition] is,” Reilly told reporters at the Television Critics Association’s summer press tour in Beverly Hills, adding that the show will split its focus between McKinley and NYADA, where Rachel is enrolled as a freshman. “There’s going to be thematic linkages between the two [worlds].”
Although it’s been widely reported that all major castmembers would be back for Season 4, Reilly acknowledged that several actors will only be around part time. “We really have a core of some of the returning characters and some of the new ones that we’ll be servicing every week, and then limited deals with some of the other actors, who will be joining here and there through the season,” he said. “I think it will make for a fun surprise [when they turn up].”
“Over the past season, New Girl has become the hottest new appointment series for young adults; Raising Hope has established itself as one of the smartest and most unique offbeat comedies on television; and Glee has continued its success as a genre-defying, global cultural phenomenon,” Fox Entertainment chief Kevin Reilly said in a statement. “All three of these comedies add a fresh and distinctive flavor to our Tuesday nights, and I’m really happy to bring them back to our air next season.”
Which actors and characters set to return next fall have not been officially announced as of yet. Here’s hoping for Dianna and Mark!Tweet
According to the following tweets made by Glee cast members this week, they are in the process of filming their second prom episode:
I just have two questions for you guys:
- Are you excited to see what’s happening in the above mentioned scenes?
- Where the heck is Quinn Fabray??
Sorry, Mr. T. You can stop grooming your mohawk now, because the role of Puck’s father on Glee has finally been cast, and you didn’t get it. Who did?
TVLine is happy to exclusively report that Melrose Place vet Thomas Calabro will play the estranged father of Mark Salling‘s underachiever in this season’s 18th episode, which is slated to air in April.
Puck’s mom, as played by Gina Hecht, was introduced in the Season 1 episode “Mash-Up.”