Chris Colfer (Kurt Hummel) has said that what showrunner Ryan Murphy has planned for his Glee graduates in season 4 will be “revolutionary”. So will this “revolution” have to do with warring over land? Only if the Warblers count.
It’s been rumored that Grant Gustin, who started recurring this season as Warbler gay bad boy Sebastian Smythe, might be in talks to star next season as a series regular. Nothing’s been made official as of yet, but just think if Grant/Sebastian is a regular in season 4 – let the Glee-volution begin!
[E! Online] caught up with Grant Gustin who tells us he’s “totally open to the idea” of Sebastian transferring schools, but admits he really loves being a Warbler. “They’re so badass!” As for what year Sebastian is in school? “You find out in this Michael Jackson tribute episode,” he teases.
But if Sebastian does transfer, so much for that whole “warring over land” theory, Chris. Darn. But this one might be a bit more plausible:
“Maybe he’ll take Kurt’s place?” Colfer ventured. “[People] are going to hate me for saying that, but it’s just logic.”
Whether the “evil” character of Sebastian Smythe is headed in that direction or not, you have to admit it does sound “logical”. Although, this is Glee logic we’re talking about here.
And as if the Glee powers that be were on Sebastian’s side, Blaine/Darren Criss’ very short absence from the show will cover the Valentine’s Day episode:
“You’ll find out how [Blaine] leaves for a little bit and then comes back, but it’s nothing too bad or serious,” Colfer hinted. As for how long Klaine fans will have to do without, Colfer said that Criss will be around through the Michael Jackson tribute episode but miss the Ricky Martin visit and the Valentine’s Day episode. That said, he promised there is “fun stuff going on for the rest of us.”
Talk about Klaine, the MJ and V-Day episodes, and Sebastian sticking around for more in the comments!