'Glee' Star Cory Monteith In Danger Of Being Written Off Because Of Feud With Show Creator Ryan Murphy!

Sun, September 11, 2011 3:34pm EST by 10 Comments

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Sammy

Posted at 1:17 AM on November 10, 2011  

It would be great if he wasn’t on the show. He is the only one I don’t like.

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SC

Posted at 9:35 AM on September 12, 2011  

Either way, I don’t think Glee will be around much longer. The show is a mess.

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Katelin

Posted at 1:36 AM on September 12, 2011  

No I will not watch Glee if Finn leaves. Finn is one of the central character, he interacts a lot with Kurt and Rachel who are also the other central characters. Three have the most interesting storylines. Without him, there would be no Glee.

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joanna jones

Posted at 11:54 PM on September 11, 2011  

I doubt it’s true, but I don’t know.

Here’s what I do know:

No Cory/Finn would mean that Glee isn’t Glee, and I wouldn’t have the slightest interest in watching the show without the dynamic he brings.

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annie

Posted at 11:53 PM on September 11, 2011  

I have been a fan of Glee since 2009 when the show first came on the air and I have faithfully followed Cory Monteith’s career since then. I have even met him at some events. He is a humble, charming, down-to-earth guy and is always so sweet to his fans. I have never seen or heard of one incident when Cory’s behavior has been less than exemplary. And you know this is a very watched cast. Cory has always been a team player, gets respect and love from his fellow cast members and I am disgusted at what this article and the original New York Post article is implying. I believe that these are all fabricated rumors, but I have to say that Glee will not be the same show without Cory playing the role of Finn, and a lot of fans will turn away from it.

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Travis

Posted at 7:19 PM on September 11, 2011  

i agree with both commentors i find the timing of the article werid when cory get praised for. i find it funny tabloids are running this and u read ny post story cory rep and glee spokeperson both say untrue. i believe this story is done to take the spotlight away from cory and put back on glee cory one most talented actors on show. and if story is somewhat true he trying to improve working conditions an for him and cast and show. ryan murphy has never treated cory with the respect and props he deserves

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SV

Posted at 6:56 PM on September 11, 2011  

I think YOU are causing trouble, and it would behoove all these silly tabloids, this site included, to shut THEIR lips. Let him be, and stop encouraging the turning of the rumor mill. If any of this is, in the SLIGHTEST, true, it is clear that Cory had nothing but the best intentions in mind, for himself, the rest of the cast, and the show as a whole. This is not a man who stirs up controversy, or speaks where he shouldn’t. The show has never treated him with the respect he deserves, despite all the hard work and loyalty he’s shown, and if the execs or Ryan have to resort to these kinds of “inside scoops” because they’re scared they’re going to lose him.. they’ve really only brought it on themselves. He deserves success, and to be recognized for his talents.. not to be locked into something stifling, or to have his good name thrown into the mud.

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lisse

Posted at 1:37 AM on September 12, 2011  

Agree so much to this comment. The Glee fans are all apalled at the accusations that these articles are making.

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Gee

Posted at 5:06 PM on September 11, 2011  

It is interesting this appears when Monteith is at the prestigious Tiff film festival for his new film Sisters and Brothers – where his performances has been lauded. Could certain control freak Exec Producers of a certain TV show want to undermine him?

Just last month Execs were dealing with the mess of the THR interview in which it was revealed they would replace their three leads (only to retract when there was a fan backlash). In so doing, they were happy to publicly undermine Chris Colfer and blame his ‘not cool’ comments for ending the spin-off planned. They seem to want to do everything to undermine their starts in favor of ‘brand glee’. But they should remember part of the flop that was the Glee 3D movie was trying to sideline the stars who barely appeared in their own movie. They should celebrate the talent they have instead of trying to ‘shut down production’ when actors get a prized lead role. None of it reflects well on a show supposedly celebrating talent and anti-bullying.

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maureen s.

Posted at 1:39 AM on September 12, 2011  

Hear! Hear! Shame on them if this is indeed what they’re trying to do.

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