Of all the TV shows returning this fall, no one is taking a greater risk—with potentially bigger payoff—than Fox’s Glee. Not only is the series moving to a new night (Thursdays), but with most of the main characters graduating to new lives (that don’t include a glee club), the show is morphing into a new version of itself. One that’s at least half of what that once-rumored spinoff would have been.
It isn’t Glee; It’s Glee 2.0.
For Lea Michele, the storyline split is bittersweet.
“It’s definitely been a little sad because I’m used to shooting and being with my friends and the whole group of people,” she told me during a break from filming. “But to be able to be on a TV show and be in the fourth season and get to switch it up like this, and have it be so different in season four…It’s like, that’s awesome.”
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