Glee co-creator and executive producer, Ian Brennan shed a little more light to TVLine on what exactly we can expect from Glee's season 6 - which will be the show's first (and final) season to take place entirely in New York. Well, as much light as he could shed, anyway.
It’s said to be big, bold and…not completely fleshed out at the moment. “I can’t say anything because it’s still cooking, but it’s going to be good,” teases exec producer Ian Brennan. “I think it will be a very satisfying final season for the show.” Similar to this season’s structure, Season 6 will be “broken up into chunks” Brennan confirms, adding, “With Fox, we get a lot of of preemptions with, like, baseball. So we’re now really plotting out the last year around those little chunks. There will be five or six episodes, and then we’ll go on break for a couple of weeks, which is actually how people have gotten used to watching shows anyway.”
So, in that respect, Glee hasn't changed a bit! What are you hoping to get out of Glee's final season of the show?