William McKinley High School is back in session! After a tough loss at Regionals, the Glee Club returns as the underdogs of McKinley High in the Glee’s highly anticipated second season premiere, screening on Friday November 5th at 7:30pm on 3.
Entering its sophomore season, Glee Creator and Executive Producer, Ryan Murphy, says the series’ second season will in many ways be quieter then it’s predecessor. “The second season will be more intimate with less musical numbers,” Murphy tells Entertainment Weekly.
“People expect that we’re going to keep trying to top ourselves and out-Madonna ourselves. But we’re actually doing the opposite of that.”
In addition to the regular cast, Murphy explains that the series second season will also see the development of some previously minor characters on the show. “I love the characters we’ve created,” he explains.
“I love that I’m doing a whole episode around Heather Morris [Brittany]. We’ve finished a couple of the scripts and I love them even more than I did the first season. I just think they’re more emotional and funnier and I can’t wait for audiences to see them!”
Make sure not to miss the first of these all new episodes when Glee returns to our screens on Friday November 5th at 7:30pm on 3.