'Glee': Ryan Murphy lays out Season 3 plans, where New Directions are headed


There's a moment in Season 3 premiere of "Glee" where Rachel (Lea Michele) and Kurt (Chris Colfer), overcome with doubt about their college prospects, break down crying. It's the kind of thing you might expect from high school seniors. And according to co-creator Ryan Murphy, it's something you will see a lot of this year. "We're very busy writing the core group," he told reporters, including Zap2it, after a screening of the episode. "We're writing those senior scenes, they're emotional and heartbreaking. You realize how attached you get to those characters."Uncertainty plays a big part in the new season of "Glee." Not only do the characters not know where they're headed, fans don't know which cast members will stick around after graduation."I would never again say that people are leaving," says Murphy. "I have learned my lesson." The premiere, "The Purple Piano Project," makes it very clear which characters are seniors and which will still...



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