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Updated September 13:

The season premiere of "Glee" on September 13 won't showcase all the regular cast members of seasons past, but that doesn't mean they won't show up. Per The Hollywood Reporter, Mike and Mercedes will make their returns in the fifth episode. It seems Mike returns from the Joffrey Ballet in Chicago, while Mercedes pops in from L.A. to help Artie with a mysterious situation. Mike of course also returns to see Tina, but the couple is far from the happy one we saw at the end of season three. Coach Beiste will also reemerge in the fifth episode in scenes with Will and Emma.

As for Sarah Jessica Parker, Entertainment Weekly says she will play a Vogue editor, who takes Kurt on as an intern. She will make her debut in episode three.

Updated June 25:

TV Guide Magazine is shedding more light on what's to come for season four of "Glee." It seems Kate Hudson will be Rachel's (Lea Michele) dance instructor at NYADA and since Rachel isn't as good at dancing as she is at singing, there will be some friction. Meanwhile, it looks like Finn (Cory Monteith) really is headed to the Army as viewers will see him at boot camp. As for Kurt (Chris Colfer), he'll land in the Big Apple and run into Sarah Jessica Parker's character, who will be his manager, but not in a performance setting.

Originally posted June 6:

Season three just ended, but news about season four has been spilling out. In addition to Glee guest star Sarah Jessica Parker and Kate Hudson, there are plans for more new characters.

Per TVLine, Puck will be getting a younger brother, McKinley high will introduce a new female and a college-aged male will be added to the cast. As to be expected, they'll all have musical abilities.

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