Before Cory Monteith's sudden passing last July, Ryan Murphy had a strong grasp on how he envisioned the ending of Glee.
Now, just a few months before the final season of Glee airs and after going back to the drawing board, Ryan is certain he knows how he wants the series to end.
If it's anything like the last couple of episodes, we highly recommend you go to Costco and buy at LEAST five bulk boxes of tissues.
The series finally took the jump and moved the whole premise of the show to the city that never sleeps after Glee club was disbanded by one Sue Sylvester.
We were all pretty sure Glee was going to ride out the rest of the show's life in New York, not going back to Lima at all, but after seeing Ryan's answer about a "time jump," we're just uncertain now!
He revealed the reasons why they decided to move to New York after Cory's death:
"I would say explosion is too harsh of a word, but something big happens and then the final season is the aftermath of that."
- Ryan Murphy on what we should all expect for the upcoming season finale of Glee.
Rachel Berry hasn't had an on-screen love interest since the passing of Finn Hudson and it totally makes sense.
While we all want our leading lady to be happy, Cory Monteith's death hit too close to home for everyone who worked on the set of Glee.
And it was very apparent.
Ryan Murphy confessed that they talk about it all the time, whether or not they should bring in someone to replace Finn Hudson and thankfully they didn't. It's just too soon.
Remember all the confusing feelings we got when we all thought Rachel was moving on with…SAM?!
He revealed they turned to Lea Michele a lot about the touching subject. Ryan said:
Creepy carnival clowns, sideshow acts, people with abnormal abilities…
We have NO IDEA what to expect from American Horror Story's Season 4 theme, Freak Show—but we did pump the entire Coven cast at PaleyFest for answers to our many burning questions!
Although mums the word on what each confirmed cast member would be doing on the show, they were open to talking about their circus fears, and who they'd love to have guest star on the Ryan Murphy-created series!
Curious who Evan Peters would LOVE to work with?!
And what about Emma Roberts hopes for the scary eps!
Ch-ch-check out the series of EXCLUSIVE interviews (above) where all the AHS stars spill some terrifying deets!
Things got really witchy at the closing night of PaleyFest 2014 with the entire cast of American Horror Story: Coven!
We caught up with stars Evan Peters, Emma Roberts, Gabourey Sidibe and more to talk everything AHS!
From New Orleans as an absolutely spellbinding location to Denis O'Hare and Emma's favorite scenes to shoot!!
Wondering what Angela Bassett wishes would never happen to her?!
Find out the entire cast's real-life personal hell and much more by ch-ch-checking out the spooktacular video (above!)
It's SUPREMEly interesting!
Seems like the rumors might actually be correct!
American Horror Story writer Douglas Petrie might've spilled the beans back in February about the setting for the show's fourth installment, which is great and all…
But we're totally buggin' that NO ONE found this interview until now!
Fans created posters and GIFs (like the one above) of creepy carnival and circus art towards the end of the Coven season— so it's really AH-Mazing that the diehard AHS peeps might've been spot on this entire time!
In a Nerdist News podcast that was said to be recorded on February 16, Douglas revealed that a carnival/circus setting is totally the idea they're running with: