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Darren Criss Previews GLEE S5 & Recaps S4

Darren Criss Previews GLEE S5 & Recaps S4Broadway headliner and popular rising TV and film star Darren Criss offers a preview of the new season of FOX's hit musical dramedy series Glee as well as provides a useful recap of the events of the past season in a new promo for the show now available.

"At the end of Season Four, we had a little bit of a cliffhanger... a little box behind Blaine's back," Criss teases in the new promotional package, referring to the potential marriage proposal on the horizon.

And, what about Rachel (Lea Michele) and her audition for a Broadway revival of FUNNY GIRL? "As a fan of the show, I hope she gets the part! She'd be really good," Criss asserts.

Additionally, as for old friends and foes appearing on the new season: "Sue Sylvester is up to her old tricks!" Criss relates.

"Five years later, Sue continues to try to destroy the Glee club," Criss says of what we can expect from the events of the first episodes of the new year.

Additionally, Criss adds, "The Beatles is a big deal for me!" in discussing the tribute to the iconic rock band by the pop cultural TV touchstone.

GLEE Season Five premieres on September 26 at 9 PM. The complete Glee SINGS THE BEATLES soundtrack is available now.

View Darren Criss's Glee S4 "Criss-cap" and preview S5 below.

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