Fox Entertainment chairman Kevin Reilly is considering moving the entire ‘Glee’ series to New York City, and leaving William McKinley High behind! Would you be on board for such a drastic change?
Despite Glee’s awkward scheduling this season (we’re currently suffering another break that started on Dec. 13 and won’t end until Jan. 24) and divided storylines between its Ohio and New York characters, Fox is very happy and hopes to sign the series well past season 5, Fox Entertainment chairman Kevin Reilly recently said!
“We’re going to negotiate now for the fifth season and beyond, so we’re talking about [the future of the series] now. I have to talk to [creator] Ryan [Murphy] and see where he’s at right now; I don’t know, I wonder could it and should it naturally move [to NYC]? But we have to talk about it. [Season 4] was ultimately what became of the spinoff talk: Let’s do it within the franchise. I do think if we can continue to follow a broad array of characters, it’s like life, you have relationships, you have friends, they go off, their lives go on and you get together and maybe you maintain a friendship, maybe you lose distance. I think we can do that within this world of people you followed,” Kevin said at the Television Critics Association press tour on Jan. 8.
— Chris Rogers
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