All Glee fans knew that one day, this day would come. After years and years of meandering around the halls of McKinley High, amazing cover after cover from our favorite artists, and maybe one-too-many spilled slushies -- the hit FOX show that we've all come to love is coming to an end. Creator Ryan Murphy confirmed the news at an FX Networks event this week, saying that the show will end after season 6.
Turns out that the plan for the show was completely thrown off-course with the unexpected event of Cory Monteith's passing. And what Murphy had to say about the show's ending, well, it may break your heart a little.
Don't say I didn't warn you.
According to Murphy the final year of the show was completely based around Rachel and Finn's story. He said:
I always knew that, I always knew how it would end. I knew when the last show was -- he was in it. I knew what the last line was -- she said it to him. So when a tragedy like that happens, you sort of have to pause and figure out what you want to do, so we're figuring that out now.
It's upsetting and makes me so curious as to exactly what would have happened if Cory were still with us. But there is a bit of good news -- Murphy has an idea of how to end the show that will satisfy everyone AND honor Monteith. What could that be, I wonder? Well, this is a bit far-fetched, but what if they would fast forward things and Kurt and Blaine were to adopt a son and name it Finn (or Cory, even)? Or maybe Rachel makes it big on Broadway, and one of the kids who greets her out back after the show is wearing Finn's football number?
The possibilities, they're there. I just can't wait to see what really happens.
Will you be upset to see the end of Glee?
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