The ISU has released the 2010 Grand Prix Assignments. This is kind of a rough draft as some of the spots are TBD and there will likely be several substitutions before the event.
With the releasing of the assignments, it appears the rumors that France would not have a Grand Prix event haven't played out as Grand Prix Paris is slated to be the final Grand Prix stop this upcoming season.
Amongst the men's entrants I'm kind of surprised to see Kevin Van der Perren, Evgeny Plushenko, and Johnny Weir. Johnny, at this point, scheduled for both Skate Canada and Grand Prix Paris. Plushenko is currently only scheduled for Rostelecom Cup. Van der Perren, who by all accounts was retiring, is scheduled to compete at NHK Trophy and Skate America.
In Ice Dance the only surprising entrants are the Kerr's. If they opt to not retire and compete they are scheduled at Skate Canada and Rostelecom Cup.
In Pairs, Olympic Silver Medalists and World Champs Pang and Tong are scheduled to back next season competing at NHK Trophy and Samsung Anycall Cup of China. Oddly, Inoue and Baldwin are slated to compete, only at NHK Trophy. Japanese farewell for Rena?
Amongst the women, Kim Yu-Na IS slated to compete in both China and Russia. Uber veterans Kostner and Suguri are also on the list of entrants. Also, like her husband Van der Perren, Jenna McCorkell has found her way onto the list. Also of interest...Mao Asada and Kim Yu-Na will NOT face one another in regular Grand Prix events unlike last season.
You can see all the entrants on this page (downloads a PDF file).