A bunch of new details about the upcoming sixth and final season of "Glee" has been revealed, including what really happened during the six-month time jump, and the complete song list for Season 6 premiere episode.

"Glee's" Season 6 premiere episode is titled "Loser Like Me," according to mjsbigblog.com. And as previously revealed by Fox, Rachel (Lea Michele) heads back to Ohio after her "humiliating failure as a TV actress."

Rachel's TV pilot called "That's So Rachel" goes to series, but it was immediately cancelled, according to mjsbigblog.com. And since she had burned her bridges on Broadway the moment she decided to try TV, she has nowhere to go but home.

When she arrived in Lima, Rachel learns that her two gay dads are divorcing. Hiram has already moved out and it is only Leroy who welcomes her back home.

Rachel then discovered that Sue (Jane Lynch) has banished all arts from McKinley High, so she takes the ambitious move to "reinstate and lead" the high school's glee club, E! News previously reported.

But how exactly is she going to revive New Directions?

Rachel goes straight to Lima school superintendent and says that she is willing to fund the revival of the glee club using her remaining TV money. The superintendent apparently agrees but insists she will be the director, according to mjsbigblog.com.

When the premiere episode begins, Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Blaine (Darren Criss) have already broken up and the latter is already dating Karofsky (Max Adler), as first reported by The Hollywood Reporter.

But what really happens between the fan-favorite couple?

The two continued to argue the moment Blaine moved back into the loft, and Kurt realized they were too young to be engaged so he broke up with Blaine. The split caused the latter's grades to plummet and was eventually kicked out from NYADA, according to mjsbigblog.com. So Blaine also moved back to Ohio and has taken a job at Dalton as the director of The Warblers.

After a few months apart, Kurt has a change of hearts and decides to fly back to Lima to get Blaine back. And while doing so, he also helps Rachel on reviving New Directions. Since he is still a student, his efforts to reinstate New Directions will earn him some NYADA credit.

The network previously revealed that Sam (Chord Overstreet) and Will (Matthew Morrison) will also find themselves in Ohio with "surprising new gigs."

Apparently, Sam is now an assistant football coach at McKinley, while Will is the director of Vocal Adrenaline, according to mjsbigblog.com.

Below is the complete song list for "Loser Like Me," according to mjsbigblog.com.

"Uninvited" by Alanis Morissette - sung by Rachel

"Suddenly Seymour" from Little Shop of Horrors - sung by Rachel and Blaine

"Sing" by Ed Sheeran - sung by Blaine and The Warblers

"Dance the Night Away" by Van Halen - sung by Vocal Adrenaline

"Karma Chameleon" by Culture Club - sung by Rachel

"Let it Go" from Frozen - sung by Rachel