The 2010 Glee season premiere is finally here for fans. This is the 2010 Glee season 2 premiere, picking up with the kids of New Directions coming back for a new year of song and dance. There are certainly a lot of guest stars on the horizon for season two of Glee, including an episode that will be dedicated to Britney Spears. There are also going to be some new cast members coming into the mix, all designed to shake things up some more, and again present a fresh outlook to the show. Those characters will begin appearing in the season premiere on Tuesday night.
One of the most notable additions to Glee this season will be John Stamos, who is going to play someone pursuing Emma (Jayma Mays) in coming episodes. There is also going to be a new football coach coming on board, played by Dot Jones, who could give the character of Sue Sylvester (played by Jane Lynch) a run for her money in the coming season. According to Amy Wilkinson at MTV, a new football player named Sam could also turn out to be a boyfriend for Kurt this season. The new character is played by Chord Overstreet, who could definitely add a new wrinkle to the show this upcoming season.
There are still five episodes that helped finish out the first season of Glee on the main Glee website for fans that need to do some catching up. It includes the fun episode where the glee club took on the many personalities of Lady Gaga while performing some of her songs, as well as the sectionals episode that the club had been preparing for through most of the season. New episodes will be posted to the site one day after the original airs this season, so those viewers who can’t record or watch the Tuesday night episodes still have a resource to keep up-to-date with the second season of the show.
The 2010 Glee season premiere airs for the first time on Tuesday, September 21 at 8 p.m. The show still resides on Fox, and will serve as the lead-in show for a new comedy block on Fox Tuesday nights. Those two new shows are called Raising Hope and Running Wilde, both of which take an off-the-wall concept and try to make it work. That’s nothing new for Fox, and Tuesday night might just be the perfect time to debut those shows. Don’t get used to it though, because when American Idol comes back in January, the comedies will get bumped if they have stuck around. Are you ready for the second season of Glee though? Because it is now just hours away.