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Glee's Ryan Murphy Reveals Plans for Delayed Premiere & Season 5 Tribute Episode to Cory Monteith

Well, you know what they say -- the show must go on. Glee creator Ryan Murphy has broken his silence regarding his season 5 plans in light of Cory Monteith's tragic death, revealing to The Hollywood Reporter that he has a tribute episode in the works to honor the late actor. "The right thing to do is to have that character pass," Murphy confirmed. In addition to pushing back the premiere to September 26th, the "upbeat" tribute is currently planned for the third episode of the season, following the much-anticipated Beatles themed episode. In response to suggestions that FOX should simply cancel the series altogether, Murphy said, "Ultimately, we decided the best thing for everyone is to get back to work and be around people who knew him and loved him so that everyone can grieve together." Though he gave Lea Michele the option to leave the show completely, the actress reportedly said that was simply "not an option." Do you think Ryan Murphy is making the right decision for the show? Sound off in the comments and stick with us for more TV buzz from Celebified.

'Glee' to Pay Tribute to Cory Monteith in Episode 3 of Season 5

Ryan Murphy says Lea Michele made the decision that it's the best for the cast and crew to get back to work and be together every day following her boyfriend's sudden passing. Read More...

Lea Michele's Rachel Returning for Glee Season 5: They're “Her Family”!

As soon as we heard that Glee star Cory Monteith (Finn) had died, we knew that the course of Glee would be changed forever. Never again would Finn Hudson walk the halls of McKinley Hall. Then our minds went immediately to Lea Michele (Rachel), Cory’s girlfriend and probably Glee’s most recognizable star. Struck with grief over losing Cory, would Lea even want to return to Glee? After all, this is the show where she and Cory fell in love. Their relationship was so similar to Finn and Rachel’s...

'Glee': Season 5 premiere delayed following Cory Monteith's death

The Season 5 premiere of "Glee" is moving back a week as the cast and producers continue to deal with the death of their colleague Cory Monteith.The show had been scheduled to return to FOX on Thursday, Sept. 19. Following Monteith's death on July 13, though, the show has pushed back the start of production, so the season premiere will now air at 9 p.m. ET Sept. 26."In light of the tragic passing of beloved 'Glee' cast member Cory Monteith, the series' executive producers, 20thCentury Fox Television and Fox Broadcasting Company have jointly decided to delay the start of production of 'Glee' until early August," the network says in a statement. "... No further details are available at this time."The network also notes several charities Monteith was involved in -- Chrysalis, the Project Limelight Society and Virgin Unite -- are accepting donations in his name....

'Glee' Producers Hold Back Start Of Season Five Filming To Rewrite Story Following Cory Monteith's Death

Producers of Fox's hit show Glee have pushed back the start of filming for the show's upcoming fifth season two weeks in order to rewrite actor Cory Monteith's storyline. Monteith died of a heroin...

Jane Lynch on Cory Monteith: 'A Real Bright Light' (Video)

The "Glee" actress remembered her late co-star as generous, adventurous and "a real giver" on Wednesday's "Tonight Show."

Cory Monteith's Roommate Issues Statement: He Was a Truly Great Friend

In the wake of Cory Monteith (Finn)’s death on July 13, friends, family, and fans have all come together to talk about Cory with great love and respect. The star, who died of an overdose in a hotel room, has been the recipient of kind words from many of his co-stars and several friends. On July 17, Cory’s former roommate, Justin Neill, issued a statement to Us Weekly about his departed friend. Although Cory passed away in Vancouver, Canada, Justin shared a place with Cory in Los Angeles...

Cory Monteith Death: Lea Michele Can't Stop Blaming Herself - Report

Dealing with the death of Glee star Cory Monteith (Finn) has proven so difficult for his millions of fans that we can hardly imagine what Cory’s long-term girlfriend and co-star Lea Michele (Rachel) is going through. Unfortunately, one outlet is trying; InTouch Weekly reports that Lea blames herself for Cory’s untimely death. “He fought for sobriety for her because she wanted it for him so badly,” an unnamed source supposedly close to the actress told InTouch. “I think she hoped she could...

Dianna Agron on Cory Monteith Death: My Heart Goes Out to Lea Michele

The romance between Finn (Cory Monteith) and Quinn (Dianna Agron) was one of the most integral Glee relationships, especially in the first two seasons. As it turns out, the people who played those characters were also quite close, and now Dianna is speaking out about Cory’s shocking death. "I have never lost a friend,” Dianna says in a statement released July 17. “In this difficult time, I am leaning on all of the wonderful memories we shared with Cory, how many ways he was able to make us...

'Glee's' Lea Michele 'Grieving Alongside' Cory Monteith's Family

A representative for the actress says the "Glee" actress, who had been dating her co-star for more than a year, is receiving support from his family.