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A Lea Michele and Mckinley High Glee Split in Season 4
By now we should have all heard the intriguing news of Glee’s big storyline split in Season 4. While we will still be spending quality time with the students of McKinley high as they explore their own identities through song and dance, we will also be following Rachel’s move to New York City to attend NYADA. It will certainly change things up and make it harder and harder to squeeze in all the characters this show has gone to the trouble of creating. As it stands, a large chunk of last season’s regulars will only be making brief appearances throughout Season 4 following their characters’ graduation.
As reported by TVLine, a certain number of core characters will be back as they are still in school at McKinley, but a number of new characters will also be introduced. You should keep your eyes open for Jacob Artist as Puck’s younger half-brother, as well as Dean Geyer as a NYADA student and possible love interest for the Finn-less Rachel. As for the rest of the actors; they’ll be given small things to do to allow them to pop in occasionally, but don’t expect them to have big season long arcs. Santana, Mercedes and other graduates will just have to be minor characters at best.
Back to focusing on the story split: according to EW.com, Kevin Reilly – he’s the Fox Entertainment President – promises the jumping back and forth from New York and Ohio will be seamless, with thematic linkages between the two storylines. It’s one thing to say things are seamless and for them to actually run together smoothly. I would say reserve judgment on how well Season 4 meshes its two settings together for when the season is actually on air. The drastic change in structure and loss of many key characters could drive viewers away unless the transition is handled perfectly. This will definitely be the season of Glee to keep a close eye on.