So will Finn’s decision to enter into the military stick, or is he inevitably headed back into the world of performing arts by the time the show returns. Glee creator Ryan Murphy knows the answer — but there’s no way he’s telling any of us!
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Ryan told reporters at a June 7 TV Academy panel for The Glee Project that Finn’s storyline next season is a "big secret," and he’s not giving away any of the details. Are we upset? Yeah, but we’re also even more intrigued. Sounds like Finn’s storyline next season is going to be an interesting one!
When pressed about the futures of other seniors who are graduating, but not moving to the show’s secondary location in New York City, Ryan tried to remain as vague as possible.
Will we see Mike (Harry Shum Jr.) very much after his big move to Chicago to attend the Joffrey Ballet? What about Mercedes (Amber Riley) glitzy new life as an indie recording artist in Los Angeles?
"I want them to come back, I think it'll be a different way," Ryan says. "We haven't figured it out but I know what the stories are, I just don't know how many episodes. We want to keep all our options open. I think I have to talk to the actors and say, 'What do you want to do?' That's how we've been dealing with it.”
So far, only Rachel Berry is in the clear and guaranteed a major story arc — something we already knew. “I've only talked to Lea so far,” Ryan says. “That's all happening in the next two weeks."
That’s a lot of big decision making about to go down over the next couple of weeks. Which character are you hoping will get to stay around the most?