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TV Roundup: Lea Michele Guest Mentors on 'The Glee Project'

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Jan 23, 2012 | 12:46pm EST

Lea MicheleThe big excitement factor of The Glee Project is watching Glee cast members, who we watch week by week deal with love triangles, unwanted pregnancies, disapproving family members and an inordinate amount of slushie facials, mentor aspiring performers in their climbs to fame. The first season of The Glee Project featured Kevin McHale (Artie), Jenna Ushkowitz (Tina), Mark Salling (Puck), Harry Shum, Jr., (Mike Chang) and Darren Criss (Blaine) as guest mentors. This season will be bringing on a few more, the first of which isGlee's star player Lea Michele (Rachel Berry). The announcement about Michele's participation on The Glee Project was first made by Michele herself via Twitter, and confirmed by the Oxygen network. The Glee Project's second season, currently shooting in L.A., will air on Oxygen this coming summer. Glee airs Tuesday nights at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Fox. -TVLine

The last time we saw the Stults brothers on screen together, they were enforcing laws and fighting fire as the Kinkirks on 7th Heaven. Now, they will reteam once more...again, playing brothers. These guys must be really close. The Finder stars Geoff Stults as Walter Sherman, former military man-turned-detective. An upcoming episode will guest star George Stults as Walter's brother Langston, a musician who turns up to ask Walter to help him find their estranged mother so that their dying father can say goodbye to her one last time. The Finder airs Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Fox. -TVLine

What do you get when you cross The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons? Naturally, the title of the new Starz series Da Vinci's Demons, and possibly an angry Dan Brown. In any event, the new series will actually focus around the artist and inventor himself, and his life during the Renaissance. British actor Tom Riley has been cast to play Da Vinci, who will be depicted as an intelligent, clever outcast of sorts. -Deadline
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