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‘Glee’ cast will graduate at the end of 2012 season

HollywoodNews.com: ‘Glee’ wants to be very true to time as the cast will be graduating at the end of the next season in May 2012.

Ryan Murphy revealed to Ryan Seacrest that the cast will face graduation next season as to not keep them in high school for longer than they should be, states PopEater. “We really wanted it to be true to that experience. We thought it would be really cool if we were true to the timeline,” Murphy commented, adding that it will be hard to see them graduate from the show.

However, Matthew Morrison and Jane Lynch will reportedly stay on board past the third season as new cast members are added.

Do you think the show will suffer when the cast changes?

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One Comment

  • June 21, 2011 | Permalink |

    It would be better if they followed Degrassi’s strategy–have students in different grades so some can graduate, but you’re not always getting a whole new cast. Except for Spinner, of course. He’ll always be at Degrassi.

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