Just off an exciting end to its fourth season 4, Fox's Glee will now be gearing up for its fifth installment. While no official airdate has been set for its launch, the latest scoop reportedly involves one of the McKinley High alumni getting a new girlfriend.
Although there's still a little over 24 hours left until the Season 12 winner of American Idol is announced, the highly anticipated outcome of the singing competition between Candice Glover and Kree Harrison may have already been determined.
Fox is mere hours away from airing its highly anticipated Season 2 finale of its hit TV series New Girl, which was apparently written to impress, especially since singer Taylor Swift will be guest starring.
After closing out Season 4 on May 9, Fox's Glee is now looking forward to its next two installments, as the network has renewed the TV musical series for a fifth and sixth season. While not much is know on what lies ahead for the McKinley High alumni, the series will reportedly be changing its story arc.
Fox is in talks to bring back Kiefer Sutherland the long-running action drama 24 for a limited run.
Insiders caution, however, that talks are early. If the dream becomes a reality, the series' longtime executive producer Howard Gordon - who reportedly pitched the return in the first place and has since moved on to Showtime's grown-up domestic terrorism hit Homeland - would return with the show.
Sources recently said that FOX was interested in bringing 24 back to the airwaves in a limited capacity. This means that Sutherland would likely return to the role he made famous.
Fox's Glee is set to make its return on Thursday with its highly anticipated finale episode, which is titled All or Nothing. The respective installment will feature the resolution of a slew of storylines that many fans surely want answers to.
On Thursday night, Fox will be airing an all-new season 4 episode of Glee titled Wonder-Ful, as several fan favorites are set to make their return to their old stomping grounds at McKinley High School to pay tribute to the legendary Stevie Wonder.
Ending on quite an impressive high note, Fox's The Following wrapped up its debut season with a cliffhanger and several deaths. While no one knows for sure what lies ahead for its second season, the suspense has already started to come up.
Fox's Bones capped off its eighth season on Monday with a surprising ending, as hacker Pelant (Andrew Leeds) messed up Brennan's (Emily Deschanel) marriage proposal to Booth (David Boreanz. Pelant demanded that if Booth didn't end the relationship with Brennan, he would go on to slay more people.