Here's what Glee boss Ryan Murphy likes about his newly installed writers: "We hired people who will read scenes and scripts and go, 'We can do better, let's change that. Like, they'll literally say, 'You know what? We don't wanna do that with Mercedes. No one wants to f---ing see that.'"
To help plot out what will be senior year for most of the McKinley High glee clubbers, Murphy says he sought out writers with "big opinions" about the show. Why? Because he wasn't about to ignore the loud and persistent outcry that hit the show in Season 2 from all corners of the Glee universe.