The first episode from the fourth season of Glee will make its British TV debut this evening 4 months after it first aired on American TV.
Tonight’s episode, The New Rachel, sees Rachel begin her first year at the Academy of Dramatic Arts, but is struggling without Kurt – who has failed to win a place – or Finn, who has broken off their engagement and joined the army. To make matters worse, she falls foul of the no-nonsense dance teacher.
Back at McKinley, new girl Marley Rose (Melissa Benoist) struggles to fit in with the newly popular Gleeks, especially as her mother is working as a lunch lady, and Puck’s younger half-brother Jake (Jacob Artist) takes over as the resident bad boy.
The New Rachel, which guest stars Kate Hudson and Whoopi Goldberg, is on Sky One at 8pm this evening.
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