Ryan Murphy has been toying with our emotions lately. And if he doesn't make up his mind soon about plans for his "Glee" stars, I might just throw a slushie in his face! Okay, not really. But the back-and-forth on his plans for the future of the show's breakout stars, Lea Michele, Cory Monteith and Chris Colfer, is getting out of hand. And now things just got a little more complicated.
In light of all the he-said-she-said news regarding Lea, Cory and Chris' status for "Glee"'s fourth season, Ryan told Deadline he's putting plans for his scripted "Glee" spin-off on hold.
Ryan told Deadline he talked to Lea, Cory, and Chris earlier this year about the possibility of starring in a spin-off in which their characters would leave Lima, Ohio, and move to New York City to attend college at Juilliard. But when the news of their potential "Glee" exit hit the web, Ryan decided to reevaluate his plans.
"To pick up and read the actors saying, 'We found out we were fired from Twitter.' All of us, the studio, the network, were like, 'OK, that isn't exactly cool,' because we involved all three of them in that decision. So then what happened is that we decided, 'OK, let’s not do it.' So that’s where we are today."
Oh, snap! It sounds like Ryan and his stars weren't exactly on the same page, after all. But it seems like the real losers in this situation are the fans. Especially the ones who wanted to see Rachel, Finn and Kurt take on the big city. So that leads me to this very important question, Crushers:
Would you watch a "Glee" spin-off with Rachel, Kurt and Finn in NYC? Vote in our poll after the jump!