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Glee Season 5 Spoilers

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Glee spoiler fans, listen up. Need to catch up on all the latest juicy scoop and sneak peeks? We've got you covered. From music news and upcoming songs, relationship updates, and so much more, Wetpaint Entertainment is hard at work tracking down all the latest in Season 4 scoop... and what’s to come on Season 5.

 

RACHEL AND FINN SPOILERS 

 

For three straight seasons, Rachel (Lea Michele) and Finn (Cory Monteith) were Glee’s power couple. Their breakup in Glee Season 4 Episode 4 left an entire fandom in tears, and while Finchel spoilers seem to indicate that they won’t get back together anytime soon, we still have hope. Glee creator Ryan Murphy has indicated that Finn and Rachel will eventually end up together, and Lea Michele, too, thinks the couple is “meant to be.”

 

Originally, Glee’s writers planned to give Finn a new love interest in Season 4. However, the decision to have him kiss Emma (Jayma Mays) seems to have trumped that. But now that the big wedding debacle is over, Finn appears to only have eyes for Rachel. He’s even convinced that they’ll get married. There’s just one problem: Rachel seems too focused on her Broadway career to have any time for romance. Give it time, Finchel fans. Give it time.

 

KURT AND BLAINE SPOILERS

 

Another Season 4 breakup that sent Glee fans spiraling into depression was Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Blaine’s (Darren Criss) sudden split. Blaine cheated. Kurt refused to speak to him. Then, Kurt promptly moved on with a hot new guy. Fans squealed with joy when Klaine hooked up at a wedding, but Kurt made it clear that it was all physical. However, the fact that he dreamed about eternity with Blaine in“Come What May” means that he might not be as over him as he says!

 

Both Darren Criss and Chris Colfer say they want to see Kurt and Blaine together in the end. However, we might not even have to wait that long! Naya Rivera (Santana) recently hinted that Klaine could berekindling their romance soon. Here’s hoping!

 

BRITTANY AND SANTANA SPOILERS

 

Sadly, for the last of Glee’s top three most beloved couples, things aren’t looking so good. Brittany (Heather Morris) and Santana (Naya Rivera) also broke up in Episode 4, and Brittany is currently very happy dating Sam (Chord Overstreet).  Santana hooked up with Quinn (Dianna Agron), too, but luckily for Brittana fans — those two aren’t going to start dating.

 

Santana has moved on to New York City: a new life, a new job, but no new love so far. In fact, Naya Rivera told Wetpaint Entertainment exclusively that she hopes Santana embraces life as a “free spirit,” instead of going back to an old love. So far, there doesn’t seem to be much Brittana action in store at all this season, but Ryan Murphy has told fans to have hope. He’s not ruling out a reunion entirely. 

 

SEASON 4 CLIFFHANGER

 

With Season 4 of Glee quickly nearing an end, it’s time to start preparing for a huge cliffhanger. We know that it will involve Rachel, as well as several other characters, and that focuses around one particular storyline that will carry on into Season 5. Via creator Ryan Murphy himself: “We're doing some weird s--- on the show, just wait.” No confirmation yet on what the cliffhanger will be, but Lea Michele definitely has some interesting ideas.

 

SEASON 5 SPOILERS

 

Officially, FOX still hasn’t renewed Glee yet for Season 5. That said, it would be a huge shock if the show didn’t get picked up for 2013-2014. Lea Michele has already confirmed that she’ll be returning as Rachel for Season 5. However, Naya Rivera is more vague when asked if Santana will be back.

 

There’s been some talk that Season 5 will take place only in New York City, and that the Ohio storyline will be cut. That has not been confirmed. However, the big Season 4 cliffhanger really is all about Rachel and Broadway, it’s certainly possible that McKinley could at least have a very diminished role in the series next year.

 

In addition, there’s some speculation that none of the seniors will graduate in Season 4 — and that next season will pick up in the middle of the school year. Again, this has not been confirmed, but it is a possibility. "I don't want to do what we've done every year,” creator Ryan Murphy tells The Hollywood Reporter. “I want to do something different."


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