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Chord Overstreet NOT Coming Back to GLEE
It brings me great discomfort to have to say it was announced Sunday morning at Comic-Con that Chord Overstreet would not be returning to Glee in the fall, or probably ever. When he wasn’t picked up as a series regular for the shows third season, we were told he could still come back in a recurring role, but the choice was ultimately up to him. Executive producer Brad Falchuk broke the news, saying, ““We did invite [Chord] back for a portion of the season … to see if being a regular was a possibility. But he declined the offer, which we were really disappointed by.”
The offer Chord was given seemed like a pretty good one to me. The deal would have brought back for ten episodes as recurring and then have him promoted to regular at midseason. “We wanted him back because we like Chord personally and had some good stories planned for him and with Mercedes,” said Falchuk. “He decided he would have opportunities elsewhere that he would like to pursue, and we can’t force him to work, so we wished him well.” I’m having trouble wrapping my brain around this. Chord was popular with everyone, not just the show’s viewers, so why would he turn down such a sweet offer? How could he throw away something like Glee? He basically turned his back on a national phenomenon. Whatever he ends up doing next won’t be nearly as good as Glee could have been for him.
Whatever, who needs him.