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Glee Season 4 – Murphy: Dianna Agron and The Seniors Will Be Back
If I had to venture a guess, I would say Fox is prepared to allow Ryan Murphy to do basically whatever he wants for Glee Season 4, including keeping every cast member, such as Dianna Agron, for as long as they want, despite their characters graduating and moving all across the country. How he hopes to do that is a complete secret, though I’m hoping we’ll get some idea how all these characters will work into the new season during the Season 3 finale, but I won’t get my hopes up.
Speaking with Vulture, Murphy confirmed many of the cast’s characters are graduating, but that doesn’t mean we should count them out of the series. Even though Quinn was accepted to Yale, Santana is heading to Kentucky, and Puck is going to clean pools in California, Murphy guarantees anyone of the series regulars who want to be on the show can. This is where I get severely confused. We already know the show will split its focus between the remaining glee club members at McKinley High and Rachel, Finn, and Kurt’s adventures in New York, so how will we fit the rest of the graduates into the show? Murphy said not to expect every character to appear in every episode, but that still doesn’t explain why we would be seeing Finn if he’s in California, far away from the focus of the show.
Clearly, Murphy has some sort of plan, whatever that is. I’m leaning toward thinking this will split the focus of the show too much, with too many characters and stories going on. What Glee needs to do is limit itself instead of spreading itself thin. Remember when there was only a small group of characters in glee club? Now there’s like 20 students, which is just too many to keep track of. But as I started out saying; Murphy is seemingly allowed to run things however he wants, which is great for him. I just don’t know if it’ll be good for Glee.