It has only been two weeks since the end of third season for the “Glee Project”. Now, FOX is promoting the fourth season, and the show’s move to Thursday nights, all in a new promo.
The promo is thirty seconds long. It gives a glimpse at what viewers will see from during the fourth season, and it offers footage from the end of the third season.
The third season left viewers with questions, such as who stays and who goes? Viewers also wanted to know where Will and Emma’s wedding would be held, if Sue would give birth, or would the birth photos be on a magazine in September? According to reliable sources, all of these questions, and more would be answered when the show comes back on in September.
The season three finale left too many things in the air to satisfy dedicated viewers. Kurt, played by Chris Colfer, failed to get his acceptance to his university of choice, while his Rachel, played by Lea Michele, got in easily, due to her performance at the Nationals. So, viewers want to know what will happen with Kurt.
As of now, it has been decided that all of the actors from season three will return. There are currently discussions being held as to who will be regulars on the series, and who will play recurring roles. So far, Lea Michele, Chris Colfer and Cory Monteith are all returning for season four on a regular basis.
Kevin Reilly, the President for FOX Entertainment, said that Naya Rivera, Mark Salling, Amber Riley and Dianna Argron are all in talks to determine if they will return as regulars on the series, or as recurring roles.
Ryan Murphy, co-creator for the show, said that he did give everyone the opportunity to move on. He spoke in a recent interview, saying that he met with the whole cast, and offered the opportunity to do other things. He asked if anybody wanted to stay with the show. During that meeting, it was decided that Matthew Morrison, Jane Lynch and Jayma Mays, who played staff members for McKinley High, will also return for the fourth season.
But, Murphy added, that doesn’t mean that everyone from season three will be appearing in all 22 episodes of season four. He did say that everyone wants to stay withing the family that has been created with the show. He said they could stay, and that they have been offered that home if they want it. But that if they have plans, or something they want to explore, or different things they want to do while having a home within the “Glee” cast, they have that option, as well.
This is a similar experience to last season. At the end of season two, Harry Shum Jr. and Darren Criss were both seen on a reoccurring basis. At the end of season two, they were both promoted to full time.
Under the current schedule, “Glee” will return for the fall season, at 9:00 pm, on Thursday nights.