Rumour has it our favourite show stars might turn McKinley high teachers in the future
Now the sheepish writer has said he regrets ever making the comments, but revealed he is considering other ways of keeping the stars on the show.
‘I will never again say people are leaving. It just snowballed. It took a turn and got nasty… I think fans resented it,’ Mr Murphy told reporters at the launch of the new season show in the states.
‘I have learned my lesson. Never again will you hear me say that.’
Referring to rumours he would turn lead stars into McKinley high staff to keep them on the show, he said: ‘I would never do Glee: The College Years, but I think there’s very organic ways that you can keep [the stars] on the show and keep them big and keep the audience invested in them.’
The writer also spoke about managing the hectic Glee schedule, revealing he’s been trying to slow things down so the show’s stars don’t get too exhausted.
‘We’ve figured out a way to shoot the show… where many of the actors work three to four days a week so they have time off and they’re not burnt out,’ he said.
‘You can see it and feel it on the set. The actors I feel are renewed and excited and thrilled to be there. It’s fun again. It was a really hard show.’
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