The rapper explained:
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What the WHAT?
Like many other networks, Fox revealed their line-up for the upcoming Fall 2014 season — and Glee was noticeably missing from the list!
Deep breathes! DEEP BREATHES! Don't get too upset just yet…
The musical dramedy, along with American Idol and a couple new shows, will actually be making their debut midseason!
But according to Kevin Reilly, Chairman of Entertainment at FOX Broadcasting Company, he's saying Gleeks shouldn't worry about the final season of the series being cut short since it's airing a lot later than it usually does.
"There is no standard order for a show anymore."
Kevin also included there's an advantage for the series, saying:
"We need to sit down with [creator] Ryan Murphy on how to end it. The advantage of airing it later in the season is that it doesn’t have to feel the pressure of delivering."
Since Glee will be broadcasting at a later date, that certainly does allow the writers and creators of the show to figure out how the series will be ending.