Fox has revealed new major details Wednesday, Aug. 27, about the upcoming sixth and final season of "Glee," including the reason Rachel Berry (Lea Michele) comes back to Ohio and who among the original cast members will be billed as series regulars.

After her "humiliating failure as a TV actress," Rachel decides to head back to Ohio. But after discovering that Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch) has banished all arts from McKinley High, Rachel takes the ambitious move to "reinstate and lead" the high school's glee club, E! News reported.

While the network has not provided any plot details about Kurt (Chris Colfer), he is said to be helping his best friend Rachel in leading New Directions. Kurt is reportedly still a student, so his efforts to revive the McKinley High's glee club will earn him some NYADA credit, according to mjsbigblog.

Fox also revealed that Blaine Anderson (Darren Criss), Sam Evans (Chord Overstreet) and Will Schuester (Matthew Morrison) will also find themselves in Ohio, and all three of them are said to have found "surprising new gigs."

As to what these "surprising gigs" might be, rumor has it that Mr. Schue will lead Vocal Adrenaline, while Blaine will head up the Warblers, according to TVLine.

The network also confirmed that Max Adler is reprising his role as Dave Karofsky, the homophobic bully who turned out to be gay. Fox, however, did not confirm reports that Dave may now be "romantically entangled" with Blaine.

The main cast members for the final season according to Fox are Michele, Colfer, Criss, Dot-Marie Jones, Lynch, Kevin McHale, Morrison, Overstreet and Amber Riley. But the network  assures that "other alumnae" will also appear in the show's last season.

For instance, Nolan Funk has been rumored to reprise his role as the Warbler Hunter Clarington, after he tweeted a selfie with Criss on Aug. 18.