In Glee's 100th episode (season 5 episode 12, "100"), TVLine spoils for us via Jane Lynch that, Sue will actually succeed in dismantling the glee club at McKinley for good. For good? Well, Kristin Chenoweth's April Rhodes and Gwyneth Paltrow's Holly Holiday will step in to help the kids...but at the end of the day, Matthew Morrison (Will Schuester) previews that it will be "the end of an era".
...Though Sue finally gets her way and disbands New Directions in the 100th episode, it’s “not with the great joy” as you might expect, Jane Lynch previewed. “She is a little sad about it.” Of course, it ain’t over till the blonde A-listers sing. “The kids and Gwyneth Paltrow’s [Holly Holliday] and Kristin Chenoweth’s [April Rhodes] hatch plans to get the glee club back in the auditorium and up and running,” Lynch added. The episode, slated to air [March 18], marks “the end of an era,” said Matthew Morrison. “[New Directions] came in second place in Nationals, and the deal [Schue had with Sue] was that [McKinley's show choir] had to come in first. We’ll see the end of the glee club,” Morrison previewed. The hour also finds him teaming up with Paltrow and Chenoweth for a big musical number, which he said “was really a blast, especially with Kristin. I just love her energy. We’ve known each other for a long time, so it’s always great to have her on the show.” Ultimately, though, Morrison spoiled that Holly and April’s efforts to save New Directions will fail. But that doesn’t mean somebody else’s campaign won’t work, does it? Does it?
With the show redirecting to New York, I guess it would make sense. What do you think, is the glee club done for good - or will the kids left behind somehow revive it even with the storyline shift to New York?