Fox and Ryan Murphy are continuing their relationship with Glee star Lea Michele.
Michele, True Blood alum Joe Manganiello, Abigail Breslin (Little Miss Sunshine), Keke Palmer (Akeelah and the Bee) and Ariana Grande (Sam & Cat, Victorious) have joined the cast of the network's horror comedy anthology Scream Queens, the network announced Saturday at the Television Critics Association's winter press tour.
[Warning: Spoilers ahead from the "Loser Like Me" and "Homecoming" episodes ofGlee.]
Fox's Glee kicked off its sixth and final season Friday with back-to-back episodes that re-established the original New Directions members and introduced a new batch of hopefuls as Rachel and company looked to rebuild the club that changed their lives.
January can be a grim month. The fun of Christmas and New Year's Eve has passed, and all you've got are short days and cold nights with little to look forward to until spring — unless you're a Glee fan, of course.
Rachel and Kurt have a huge mission in Glee's final season: To revive the now-defunct glee club.
That's how the first teaser for the Fox musical's final season begins: with the two friends back at McKinley High where they will (again!) go toe-to-toe with Sue (Jane Lynch). Naturally, she's not happy about Rachel's declaration, setting up what's likely to be the final fight with their longtime nemesis.
Also included in the short clip:
• Rachel (Lea Michele) taking on Frozen's "Let It Go"