There’s some great news coming up for “Glee” fans — even though the show is going to be moving slightly away from McKinley High for the upcoming fourth season, Ryan Murphy is still doing what he can to ensure some familiar faces are going to be around for some episodes ahead.
Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter in a new interview to celebrate “American Horror Story” receiving so many nominations for the Primetime Emmy Awards, Murphy did give a brief comment about his other hit show getting largely shut out save from one Coach Beiste:
“I have nothing bad to say about anything; I just feel grateful for what I got and happy for Dot.”
In addition to this, he also said for sure that Dot’s character of Coach Beiste is going to be back in some capacity for season 4 — we’re not sure just how much of a role she is going to be able to have, though, thanks to everything else that is going on. A pair of McKinley’s star football players in Finn and Puck have each graduated, though the silver lining here is that Murphy has found things for Beiste to do outside of football. Take, for example, the abuse story that is probably one of the reasons that she is up for this award to begin with. We’re sure that eventually Beiste is going to find love again — if there is someone who deserves it after everything she has gone through, it’s her.
Are you thrilled to be seeing Dot getting some Emmy love for the second year in a row, and are you happy to see her back on the show? To check out some more of the latest “Glee” news, be sure to head on over to this link.