Michael Skupin is ready to talk.
The ex-contestant said in a statement:
The 54-year-old explained that he's turning to religion following his arrest, adding:
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Where do they go from here? Do they just act like Finn was never there? How will they all move on?
So many questions, but Glee co-creator Ryan Murphy has an answer to all of those. He reveals:
“I just made a decision: we keep mentioning Finn. We don’t just say this is done and we’re never going back to it. [Finn’s death] resonates throughout the year.”
Hopefully these mentions will help the fans and the cast deal with the death of this beloved character.
And the show will slowly go back to what it used to be, it’s what Cory would’ve wanted, Ryan believed.
He goes on to say:
“We’re trying to be sensitive and also have some fun with it, to go back to some optimistic stories. I think he would’ve wanted that. He always loved that about the show.”
It will definitely be interesting to see how this will be done, but we have no doubt it'll be beautifully done.
Well, in the words of the late Finn Hudson:
“The show must go on…all over the place…or something.”