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'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... //

Glee Boss Ryan Murphy Reveals Sue's New Nemesis

Is Mr. Schuester out of Coach Sue's crosshairs for good? It sure seems like it. He and Coach Sue called a truce at the end of last season, and now Glee boss Ryan Murphy says she's getting a new archrival! "The winner of The Glee Project is the person who she hates the most in the history of the show," Murphy tells exclusively. The Glee Project , airing Sundays at 9/8c on Oxygen, is the reality competition aimed at finding new blood for McKinley. The winner gets a seven-episode arc when Glee returns this fall. Read More... //

Hot Off the Presses: Massive Glee Season 3 Scoop!

OMG, Gleeks. Want to know what you can expect from Season 3 of Glee? Ryan Murphy is here to set the record straight."Season 2 was definitely about bigger, better, flashier. And I loved so much about Season 2. I loved the Gwyneth story. I loved the bullying story. Chris Colfer and Darren Criss did an amazing job, as did Max Adler. But Season 3 we decided is going to be character, character, character," he dished to  TVLine.That means only one singular artist tribute ("It’s... //

'Glee' Infographic: The Tangled Web of Flirting, Dating and Love Diamonds

After two seasons of 'Glee' it's hard to keep all the relationships straight. Finn dated Quinn, but Quinn hooked up with Puck while they were dating, then Finn got with Rachel, then back with Quinn and now he's back with Rachel? See what we mean? Well, thanks to this handy infographic, all the relationships are mapped out in a very easy to use chart. From the amount of people Will has dated -- is he really a man slut? -- to the show's many love triangles, they're all here and ready to be digested after the jump. There's even a rare love diamond! You don't see those every day! //

Glee Creator Confirms: Characters WILL Graduate!

Yes, Glee fans, the chatter is true: not all cast members will be around for season four. Appearing on Ryan Seacrest's radio show today, Ryan Murphy confirmed what he had hinted at previously: "This next [season] will be their senior year, and then that [they] will graduate.... We didn’t want to have a show where they were in high school for eight years. We really wanted  to be true to that experience." Read More... //

So True? So False? Will The Glee Project Winners Replace Half the Original Glee Cast?!

Worried that your  Glee  faves are all going to be forced to graduate early from the show by the new kids from  The Glee Project ? Glee  boss  Ryan Murphy  just talked to our own  Ryan Seacrest  about the seasons to come and addressed the speculation that the original cast would soon be replaced. Turns out, the idea that some of our favorite New Directions are going bye-bye is... So false! Read More... //

'Glee' cast changes: Lea Michele goes, Matthew Morrison stays?

This is sad news for us "Glee" fans, but we suppose that those Gleeks can't stay young forever. Ryan Murphy spoke with Ryan Seacrest on Friday morning and not only announced his engagement to an unknown mystery man, but also mentioned that the "Glee" cast would be undergoing some major renovations in coming years.As the New Directions kids, like Rachel (Lea Michele), Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Quinn (Dianna Agron) graduate - which they will - we won't suddenly see "Glee: The College Years." Instead, they'll be replaced by a freshman class of new talent."We've got Matt Morrison and Jane Lynch who will stay and be the male and female linchpins of the series, but I think the fun thing about the show is it's a celebration of youth and talent," Murphy says. "I think that just like with the original cast, I think finding those young unknown people and giving them an opportunity to break... //

Gwyneth Paltrow Joins 'Glee' Tour, Performs 'Forget You' With Cast (VIDEO)

When the 'Glee' tour made it's stop in East Rutherford, NJ last night the audience got treated to more than just the singing and dancing students of McKinley High. Everyone's favorite substitute was also in the building. Gwyneth Paltrow, who plays reoccurring character Holly Holiday, joined the cast to perform her breakout song on the show, Cee-lo's 'Forget You.' Paltrow hinted before the tour started that she'd be doing "a few surprise things" with the tour, which filmed for it's upcoming 3D movie version of the show last night. Read More... //

'Glee': Six Join Writing Staff for Season 3

In the midst of its summer concert tour,  Glee  has added six to its writing staff for Season 3. Allison Adler, Marti Noxon, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, Michael Hitchcock, Matt Hodgson  and  Ross Maxwell  will join  Glee  executive producers  Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and  Ian Brennan  in the writers’ room beginning Monday when work starts on Season 3. Despite its ratings success and the intricacies involved in melding musical numbers into the show’s narrative,  Glee  has maintained a remarkably small writing staff. Murphy, Falchuk and Brennan have formed the core creative group, eschewing a traditional writers’ room. Read More... //

Naya Rivera and Darren Criss Sing "Valerie" at NYC Concert

Naya Rivera (Santana) made a surprise appearance at Darren Criss' (Blaine) June 15 concert at Irving Plaza in New York City. The two performed a duet of Amy Winehouse's "Valerie" — a song that Naya sang at Regionals during Season 2. Watching this video gets us thinking, though: Blaine and Santana could potentially have a really neat friendship dynamic on Glee in the future ... Blaintana, anyone? //