15. July 2011
Cory Monteith will not be part of Glee Season 4. (Photo: Getty Images)
Only the most cruel manager would ever tell to his employee that his/her imminent unemployment, it is uncomfortable to say though, but a manager do not have a choice but to tell it face-to-face. But the Glee creator Ryan Murphy turned into a different way with ‘Glee’ star Cory Montieth. According to Hollywood reporter, Cory Montieth will not be a part of the cast of Glee Season 4.
In an exclusive interview yesterday with the magazine’s Lesley Goldberg, Murphy announced that three of the show’s stars — Monteith (who plays Finn), Lea Michele (Rachel), and Chris Colfer (Kurt) — would graduate at the end of the show’s coming third season, and therefore would not return as series regulars for the fourth.
It is a sad news that not Cory Monteith will be soon out of the cast: : Chris Colfer said he found out via Twitter that his character, Kurt Hummel, would be graduating next season. “I don’t necessarily want to leave so soon, but I mean, it’s fine. It’s what it is. And all things come to an end,” he told Access Hollywood.
It really makes sense: School start in fresh and even the cast from time to time to acknowledge the reality of a perspective of a normal high school. And this a perfect time that Ryan Murphy discussed his perspective regarding with the next two seasons of Glee with his cast before disclosing them with a journalist.
As Goldberg puts it, “Murphy acknowledged that while he hasn’t discussed graduation plans with Monteith yet, he presumes he’s aware that Finn will be among those graduating.” She quotes Murphy on Monteith: “He knows he was a sophomore when the show started.”
Sure, Cory Monteith might think a loophole with his character. After all, Finn is quite a dope so, Cory Monteith fans wouldn’t be shocked if Finn will repeat his year.
This news is really surprising, but I know there’s a good reason why he ousted Cory Monteith as part of the cast. Everything has its end.