@Kay__DrewWhile the final season of Glee won't air for months, Gleeks are starting to soak in tidbits about the new season. First, we find out it will be a shortened, 13-episode, season (as opposed to the usual 22-episode run) that will air mid-season sometime in 2015. Now, we're being treated to a few new faces as well. It seems Glee will not be forgoing the return to Lima, Ohio to focus on life in NYC or LA. All new characters will be high school students attending McKinley High. First up,
Roderickwho is described as 'a true goober' (whatever that means). He's chubby and shy, but has a voice like Otis Redding. For those who aren't familiar with Redding's work, here's a preview of his work: Up next is
Spencer. A football star who is quite confident in his sexuality. It seems he'll be openly gay, but not bullied about it "because he isn't afraid to kick their butts," according to casting descriptions. It isn't just males who make up the new batch of sophomores. Glee will be getting a few feminine faces, too.
Janeis described as 'unconventionally pretty' as well as ambitious, but she's funny (even if she doesn't have a sense of humor). Apparently, she joins the New Directions because she's unable to join the Warblers. I thought Dalton Academy (the home of the Warblers) was an all-boys school? How did Jane even attend Dalton? Finally, a set of twins will be coming to McKinley.
Mason and Madisonwill be joining the Cheerios. Described as overly-positive and weird; these two should make for an interesting duo who might clash with Sue. Mason is said to be straighter than he seems, so jump to conclusions with the rest of McKinley on his sexuality. With the influx of new characters, what does it mean for our original cast? What about Marley, Jacob, Kitty, Ryder and Unique - will they be on? I guess we'll have to wait and see! So, what are your first thoughts about these characters? A re you excited? Sound off below!
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