Ryan Murphy is done with talking about Glee for now.
At a TV critics press tour promoting his new FX series American Horror Story, the Glee creator made it very clear that he's had enough after several reporters wouldn't stop asking him about the series' upcoming season 3.
He told reporters:
"You know, I really don’t want to. I think I’ve said everything I want to say about Glee … for now. I’m not talking about Glee. I’m sorry."
With so many rumors going back and forth about who's coming back and who isn't, it's probably best that Ryan stays away from the Glee talk - at least until the new season STARTS.
He did add in a little nugget of info at the end of the press conference though:
"I think one of the things that we’re doing for season three is servicing more of the kids. “I don’t think there’s been enough Amber. I don’t think here’s been enough Jenna or Harry. So very early on around episode 3 or 4 we start…
It always goes in waves. It’s hard on me because I love all those actors and they’re so talented and I feel an obligation to showcase their talent, and this year I think we’re going to do that a little better."
And we'll just leave it at that. Meanwhile, we'll just sit in front of our televisions patiently waiting until season 3 premieres…
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