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Glee's Final Season Will Time Jump And Move Out Of New York City

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04/15/2014 2:01 pm
PopWrapped | Fandom
Glee's Final Season Will Time Jump And Move Out Of New York City
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Kate McHale

Staff Writer


With the Glee’s 5th season finale quickly approaching, lots of fans are beginning to wonder, what is the 6th and final season going to look like? Well lucky for all the Gleeks out there, Ryan Murphy recently sat down and answered all of your burning questions, and boy did he throw fans for a loop. I think that most people were just assuming that the final season would be centered in New York; however Season 6 is going to have a time jump and focus on a handful of characters. Thankfully, Mr. Murphy is taking a similar approach as with the 100th episode, “anybody who wants to come back can come back." Oh the possibilities are endless! As a fan of the show, I truly hope that the final season not only is satisfying for the fans but also delivers a season that puts the show back on top. Murphy does admit that this season has had its problems, but in tonight’s episode of “Tested,” Glee shows the more young adult story lines that are going to be tackled in the new episodes including, STD’s, and relationship woes. In a sense Glee is going back to its roots, "When Glee first started out, there were six kids in glee club as I recall," Murphy told reporters. "At one point, I felt like it was a cast of thousands, and the Lima stories were all supposed to be through the prism of Cory [Monteith]'s character, and that didn't work out. So you know, we had to punt for a little bit but I think once we got our bearings back, the idea of let's concentrate on six people that we know and love and really work hard on their evolution I think has really served the show well. And that's where we're going." Before the tragic passing of Cory Monteith, Murphy had what he has called a “very satisfying” ending to Glee, but now the creators and producers have had to take a step back and really think the ending through. The major question is, should Rachel (Lea Michele) get a new love interest? It seems like Ryan Murphy has thought most things through, “To be quite honest, we just haven't been able to crack it," and adding that he will once again look to Lea for direction. "She's always been so sensitive and so wise in how to handle that stuff.” What do you think of the new changes? Do you think that the final season is going to truly be satisfying to the Gleeks? If you do not want to be spoiled for next season, do not read on! However, if you are like me and love learning the new information on the upcoming season, most definitely keeps reading, it is worth your time. If you need incentive you find out some more info on the Kurt/Russia storyline, and if there will be spinoffs. Not to mention will we ever see the new crew again, Ryder, Kitty, Unique, Jake, and Marley. Read the full interview here.

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