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Glee Season 4 Casting – Puck’s Brother And More!
Just when you think the cast of Glee couldn’t become any more crowded than it already is, it’s just recently been announced the series is seeking to fill three new series regular spots for show’s upcoming Season 4, one of whom will be the little brother of Puck. I’m not sure how things came to be this way, but it seems to me people like Ryan Murphy believe the best way to craft a memorable TV show is to introduce character after character, to the point when it becomes hard to even keep track of who is who. It just comes off as needless.
But despite my hangs ups over the size of the cast, these three new characters will be entering the world of Glee. The news came from TVLine’s Michael Ausiello and his Twitter feed. As I said, one of the new characters is Puck’s younger, guitar-playing brother, while the other two are much more anonymous in their descriptions. We have a female high school student and a male in his 20s. That’s not a lot to really speculate on, but it’s what we’ve got. I suppose Puck’s brother is supposed to be the more interesting of the three. Will he be as much of a bad boy as his older brother, or more of a romantic?
It may turn out the hiring of new blood is what the show needs. We still don’t really know to what capacity the graduated seniors will be used come fall. It’s perfectly reasonable to suggest most will only be back for a few episodes, with the exceptions of Lea Michele and Chris Colfer, who will be back for the entire season. The writers need to be smart. They can’t have a cast numbering in the 20s, but they’re getting pretty close, and that’s not even counting the part-time cast! I really wish the had trimmed this tree, but it’s a little late now for wishes.