Staff Writer @nicoleckrauseIf you thought that the news couldn’t get any worse after Fox announced they were holding the season 6 premiere of Glee’s sixth and final season until January 2015, think again. Not only do you have to wait longer for a new season than ever before, but the eventual payoff of 6 months of waiting may be the shortest season of Glee to date. During a conference call with reporters to discuss Fox’s fall schedule, Chairman Kevin Reilly hinted that although the order is currently for 22 episodes, he had plans to “sit down with Ryan [Murphy] and really talk about how we’re going to end [Glee]”, and that a reduction in the number of episodes would likely result. This is just the latest blow dealt to fans after Fox also revealed that the premiere of the sixth season of glee will be held over until mid-season, meaning that season six will not air until 2015. This comes after the fifth season of the show, currently airing on Tuesdays, has experienced a steady decline in ratings over the previous couple of seasons, amidst changes to the show which has seen original cast members including Dianna Agron, Mark Sailing, Heather Morris, Matthew Morrison, and Jane Lynch take a backseat to a new, New York City-centric plot. The only piece of positive news to come out of this conference call was Mr Reilly’s claim that the remaining episodes of the once-hit show will likely air consecutively, unlike the unpredictable schedule of previous seasons. How do you feel about a potentially shorter sixth season of glee? How do you plan to survive the extra-long hiatus before season six premieres in 2015? Sound off in the comments below! Keep Up With PopWrapped On The Web!