Sorry to cause trouble. I really did mean to talk about how surprised I was to hear the show was "back on" albeit in another country.
Took some time to look things up, and apparently the new episodes will air in the USA in may (after the Thor movie comes out) and it seems there will also be a season 2 dealing with more cosmic type events.
This seems to be a deal with US cartoon networks; they'll air the shows when they feel they fit best in their programming grid (trying to have something new on all the time and not all the new shows at once), regardless of when the shows are actually ready to go. Other country's networks are free to air them whenever, which may be sooner.
Australia and other places have this problem more often. I guess networks think there's few enough people who will find out or find a way to watch in advance to be concerned, but it must be a pain if, say, Lost was airing three weeks behind where you live.
Two questions: 1) Really, using actual "Glee" footage during NBC programming? I mean, making reference to a popular show on a competing network is one thing, but this was basically a 22-minute "Glee" commercial ...