Glee Panel: Confirmed for Comic-Con!

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Rest easy, Gleeks. For the fourth consecutive year, this show's stars are headed to Comic-Con after all.

When 20th Century Fox first announced its list of panels for the annual event in San Diego, the Fox hit was nowhere to be found. But the fans have apparently spoken and a press release just went out, confirming a Q&A on Saturday, July 14 inside the Indigo Room from 6 to 7 pm PST.

Rachel Out Front

“The fans at Comic-Con were among the first to really get behind our show, and we’ve had such a great time returning there every summer,” said Glee co-creator/executive producer Brad Falchuk. “This was the first year our cast has not gone out on tour, so Ryan and I thought we’d let them have some well-deserved time off. But everyone wanted to be there, and we couldn’t be happier to report that Glee is returning to the convention where we feel it all started.”

Joining Falchuk on the panel will be Lea Michele, Cory Monteith, Darren Criss, Kevin McHale, Jenna Ushkowitz and Naya Rivera.

Remember: TV Fanatic will be fully staffed at Comic-Con. Just like last summer, when I chatted up Glee producers backstage, visit the site often between July 12-15 for non-stop interviews, videos and scoop from this and many, many other shows.

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Glee Quotes

Rachel: This is what I wanted!
Sam: No, what you wanted was a second chance to get it right and Carmen just gave it to you. If you throw all that away you're going to be making the same mistake all over again

Finn: I seem to recall a rumor about a certain cheerleading coach at this school who once took horse estrogen and posed for Penthouse back in the day. So maybe I can just track that down and make a few copies and sell those to raise money for Regionals.
Sue: That's nothing but a rumor. But if that rumor were true, my Penthouse centerfold so groundbreaking that it completely redefined the term 'hirsute,' and gave birth unto these United States a pose so limber they named it the Regal American Not-So-Bald Spread Eagle, I promise you, my friend, you would never find it.