'Glee' season 3: No special guest stars, says Ryan Murphy


It's no secret that high school is a time of transition and so "Glee" -- a show about high school -- is maturing as it heads into it's junior year (aka season 3).According to series creator Ryan Murphy, high-wattage guest stars like Gwyneth Paltrow and splashy tribute episodes (shows that revolve around a particular artist's songs) will not be on the syllabus for the upcoming season. Well, except for one."It's one I've been working on for two years," Murphy tells TV Line. "It took forever to clear -- with a really big artist."But, says Murphy, season three will be all about character and, he adds, there will be big stories in store for characters like Mercedes (Amber Riley), Mike and Tina, Mr. Schue (Matthew Morrison) and, he says, Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch)."We have an amazing 20-episode arc for Jane Lynch that's quite fantastic," says Murphy. And -- shocker -- it won't involve plotting to destroy...



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