"Glee" is getting back in the habit with Whoopi Goldberg for Season 4.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Goldberg has been tapped to reprise her role as New York Academy of Dramatic Arts dean Carmen Tibideaux in a recurring capacity during the musical dramedy's fourth season, and will be billed as a "special guest star."
She was previously seen in a multi-episode arc during Season 3, where she decided the fates of Lea Michele's Rachel and Chris Colfer's Kurt -- choosing to admit Rachel to the hallowed halls of NYADA but denying Kurt a spot. THR also reports that "Glee Project" Season 1 winners, Samuel Larsen and Alex Newell, will recur next year, along with Season 2 winner Blake Jenner, who makes his debut in Episode 5.
In other casting news ...
J.R. Bourne wants "Revenge." The "Teen Wolf" and "Secret Circle" alum will recur during Season 2 of the ABC drama. He'll play Kenny, "a magnetic, self-assured, Hamptons resident who tries to hide his rough edges behind his fancy clothes and Mercedes." [Deadline]
A "Dollhouse" alum moves to "Jersey." Enver Gjokaj, best known for his role as Victor in the short-lived Joss Whedon series, will join CBS' new legal drama "Made In Jersey" as a U.S. attorney and the ex-boyfriend of Janet Montgomery's main character. [THR]
Ben Lawson will settle into "Apartment 23." The "Covert Affairs" actor is set to romance Krysten Ritter's Chloe in a recurring role. [TV Guide]
An "American Pie" star on "Raising Hope." Chris Klein, most recently spotted on FX's "Wilfred," has booked a one-episode guest spot on the Fox comedy as Brad, a "local celebrity realtor whom Burt and Virginia reveal to Jimmy is his 'almost' long-lost older brother." [THR]
Samm Levine will "Do No Harm." The "Inglourious Basterds" star will recur on NBC's midseason medical drama after guest-starring in the pilot. He'll play an administrative assistant to main character Dr. Jason Cole (Steven Pasquale). [Deadline]