Glee Season 6: Will Harry Shum Jr. Be Back?
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Glee Season 6: Will Harry Shum Jr. Be Back?

With the news Glee is adding five new characters for its sixth and final season, we’re left wondering how many of the show’s original cast members will be back for one last hurrah. For example, can we expect to see more of Harry Shum Jr. (Mike Chang)? Read on to find out!

We’re certain Lea Michele (Rachel), Darren Criss (Blaine), Chord Overstreet (Sam), and Jane Lynch (Sue) will return since Lea has said she already knows what those characters will be up to, and we’re also expecting to see the likes of Dot-Marie Jones and Naya Rivera (Santana), though the later will only be returning as a recurring guest star and not a full-time cast member.

In fact, Glee co-creator Ryan Murphy has said he’ll invite any and all cast members (new or old) back for the show’s final season and apparently he “definitely” wants to see Dianna Agron (Quinn) and Jayma Mays (Emma Pillsbury) reprise their respective roles. But it sounds like the showrunner extraordinaire hasn’t contacted Harry. What gives?

Harry spilled the (sad) beans during a recent Reddit AMA when he was asked if he will be part of the FOX show’s final season. “Not sure, that's up to Ryan Murphy,” Harry said. “Haven't received a call from him.”

OK, so silence on Ryan’s part isn’t a great sign for Harry/Mike, but we should note that it’s clear the course of the abbreviated final season is still being teased out. If they just announced five new additions today, then surely there’s still time for Harry to come back before the show goes off the air for good, right?

Even though we’d love to see Harry back on Glee, he’ll certainly be busy in the coming months as he is a judge on Fake Off and just snagged a major part in the Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon sequel.

What do you think: Should Harry head back to Glee or move on completely? Vote below!

Source: Reddit

08.6.2014 / 12:00 AM EDT by Samantha Leffler
Related: Glee, News, TV, Mike Chang, Glee Season 6

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