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With the sudden cancellation of quite a few of America’s favorite television shows right around the corner, there’s talk of one more being added to the list or so it seems. Just this week, America’s newest TV sensation “Glee” caught the attention of the media when the show’s creator Ryan Murphy announced that the “Glee” kids will soon graduate and leave the show.
Shocking? Disappointing? Well, we all know all good things eventually come to an end and Murphy says that was the plan all along during a recent conversation on the air with Ryan Seacrest. Why would the current characters depart? Simply because that’s what they do. According to Murphy, the plan is to stay true to what actually happens during those fragile years we’ve all spent growing, developing, living, loving and learning about ourselves and each other in high school.
That of course means that some of our favorites on the show only have one more season left. Find out who’s expected to leave first via the links below.
How do you feel about the announcement? Is the show really supposed to be about those crazy high school days? Share your thoughts with us below on the message board.
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