For its final season, Glee is going back to its roots. Let the nostalgia kick in!
“We’re working on the last season now, and it really feels like it’s getting back to its roots, which I love,” said series co-creator Ryan Murphy. “I’m sort of reinvigorated about it. It’s getting back to what I was initially interested in with the show, which was arts in school. The last season is really about the importance of arts education in our high schools… I think people will like it.”
Executive producer Brad Falchuk stated that while there will be lots going on in Lima, a bulk of the season will take place at McKinley High. That’s right… the cast is returning to school!
Meanwhile,not much has been revealed about that characters story lines, but a lot will focus on Lea Michelle’s (Rachel Berry) journey to Los Angeles following her new TV show. As for favorite couple Kurt Hummel (Chris Colfer) and Blaine Anderson (Darren Criss) are still together.
We do know the Glee characters will walk down memory lane and reminisce on their good times and struggles. Murphy also reached out to the regular characters, allowing them all to come back and make an appearance.
Murphy stepped away from Glee for a bit after Corey Monteith’s death and focused on his other show, HBO’s Normal Heart.
The end of Glee also means we’re losing one of TV’s best characters; Sue Sylvester. Last we saw Sue, she had become principal and started a romance with Mario in New York. But how will the ending of all endings go for her?
Jane Lynch admitted that she wants Mario to come back and see how their relationship plays out, but she also is taking on principal and seeing who becomes the next choir director.
As for what happens after Glee, Lynch told Entertainment Weekly, ”
I don’t know exactly what life will be after Glee. I’m kind of letting the universe roll in at my feet, as they say in the spiritual texts. We’ll see, but I am doing a cabaret in New York this summer, so I’m going to get my feet wet in that realm and we’ll see if I want to do more of those things. I have a children’s book coming out in September calledMarlene, Marlene Queen of Mean. So I’m doing little bits here and there. I’m enjoying my life. This is what’s wonderful about having a successful series under your belt: You can almost sit back—you should do this all through life—but you can kind of sit back and relax and go, yeah, I did this. I’ve done this thing that I’ve been striving my whole life to accomplish. There’s just a great release in letting life flow. That’s happening for me.”
Glee returns in 2015 for its final season. Are you excited?
Photo Credit: Glee/FOX
Best Tweets About Tayshia Adams Replacing Clare Crawley in ‘The Bachelorette’ Shocking Twist
Bachelor Nation has been thirsting for some drama following this pandemic, but The Bachelorette twist is crazier than anyone expected.
We know Chris Harrison is cheesing out there somewhere.
Of course, following the reports, Twitter’s responses were on point!
— peter’s golf cart (@petersgolfcart) August 1, 2020
— reality steph🌹 (@realitybysteph) August 1, 2020
— Bachelor Discuss (@bachelordiscuss) August 1, 2020
— Tammy K Ly (@whoistammykay) August 1, 2020
— Tammy K Ly (@whoistammykay) August 3, 2020
I’m not saying Tayshia should have been #thebachelorette in the first place but Tayshia should have been the bachelorette in the first place.
— The Betchelor🥀 (@betchelorpod) August 3, 2020
— kathleen (@kathleen_hanley) August 3, 2020
— peter’s golf cart (@petersgolfcart) August 1, 2020
— Bach Sh*t Crazy (@BachSh_tCrazy) August 2, 2020
— ISeeYouLaughingTho (@YouLaughingTho) August 3, 2020
— Sheila the Chicken (@sheila_chicken) August 4, 2020
— dramabananna (@dramabananna) August 2, 2020
— Basic Niche (@BasicNiche) August 1, 2020
‘The Bachelorette’ Keeps Leading Lady a Secret in New Promo – Does It Confirm Tayshia Adams Is Replacing Clare Crawley?
The Bachelorette’s new promo seems to confirm the rumors that the upcoming season won’t be focused fully on Clare Crawley.
Earlier today, rumors began swirling that for the first time in the long-running franchise’s history, there would be two bachelorette’s on season 18.
Sources associated to the show said that Crawley fell in-love midseason and quit the show leaving producers to fill her spot with Bachelor in Paradise alum, Tayshia Adams.
Since production, which was already delayed due to COVID was already underway, the reports stated that the producers let Crawley’s short journey to “happily ever after” play out before tapping in Adams to find love with the 40-some suitors cast for the season.
So much drama and the season hasn’t even started yet!
ABC has kept pretty mum on the whole situation before swiftly releasing a pretty mysterious promo on social media.
— The Bachelorette (@BacheloretteABC) August 4, 2020
Neither Crawley nor Adams is featured in the franchise promo.
Instead, the five-second promo features the silhouette of a woman being filmed. And while it looks like Crawley’s outline, it seems to have convinced Bachelor Nation to that it is confirmation that those rumors of a bachelorette-swap are true!
That isn’t the only change coming this fall as the series is moving to a new night. “Bachelor Mondays” will now become “Bachelor Tuesdays,” which feels wrong, but it’s 2020 and that’s just the way it is. It’s unclear what prompted the change, but we’re guessing the COVID pandemic forced the network to shuffle things around to accommodate other productions.
If we’ve learned anything from this season already it’s that flexibility and “going with the flow” are crucial.
Do you think the quick ABC promo is confirmation that Crawley is stepping down and Adams is stepping up?
Sound-off in the comments below!
The CW Superheroes Wear Face Masks in Promotional Posters: ‘Real Heroes Wear Masks’
Cape? Check! Face mask…. check!
The superheroes of The CW are suiting up to battle their biggest enemy yet — COVID-19.
The CW released posters for its 2021 superhero shows and Black Lightning, The Flash, Black Canary and even BeeBo from Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl, Superman from the upcoming Superman & Lois, and Stargirl are all donning their face masks.
It’s not only a sign of the times, but it’s a gentle reminder that it’s important to do your part and wear a mask in public to curb the spread of the virus.
I guess the idea is if a superhero can fight off the bad guys in one, you can wear it when you go to the store. Each photo features the tagline: “real heroes wear masks.”
Posters promocionales del #arrowverse para que tomemos conciencia que esta guerra contra el #Covid19 la ganamos tomando las medidas sanitarias entre todos. “ Se un Héroe” #TheFlash #Supergirl #SupermanAndLois#LegendsOfTomorrow #BlackLightning #Stargirl pic.twitter.com/WINuca9Hf7
— DC – Latinoamerica (@DCComicsLatinA1) August 4, 2020
Both Supergirl and The Flash wrapped up their seasons ahead of scheduled due to the pandemic that shut down all TV and film productions in mid-March.
Black Lightning, Stargirl and Legends of Tomorrow were all successfully able to wrap up their seasons.
Meanwhile, the Superman & Lois series, which piggybacks off of the couple’s appearance in Supergirl and the Arroweverse crossover, scored a straight-to-series order but was unable to film a pilot.
Of course, the pandemic didn’t just affect past seasons, it also affects upcoming seasons as only a limited number of show’s have been able to resume production with a number of safety protocols in place.
The production delays forced The CW to delay most of its scripted dramas that usually premiere in the fall to a 2021 release date as part of the spring lineup. This includes Batwoman (with its new lead Javicia Leslie), Charmed, All American, Black Lightning, The Flash, Riverdale, Nancy Drew, and Legacies. New show Walker is also being held till midseason as the network hopes the shows can get back on track.
The network is filling the schedule with completed series’ and streaming shows like Swamp Thing and Tell Me a Story, acquired from DC Universe and CBS All Access, respectively, to fill in the gaps. International shows Dead Pixels and Coroner will also fill out the schedule.
The only staple series airing new episodes will be the final season of Supernatural, which wrapped up production prior to COVID-19.
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