Fans of Glee are aware that the focus has shifted in the most recent episodes of the show. Not only are we in a new location, several beloved characters are currently not part of the storyline. However, creator Ryan Murphy recently revealed some interesting details about the upcoming final season.
In an press call with TV Line, Murphy explained: “The final season is its own story in its own location; it is not New York-centric at all.”
He also revealed: “It really is a lovely, fitting season that dwells on the original people on the show and what happens to them and how they give back. That really is the last season. We’ll revisit some of the new kids that came and went, there’s a return of the (Sue Sylvester) and (Will Schuester) in a big way.”
According to Deadline, the final season will include a total of 24 episodes, two of which are left over from season five. After the unexpected and tragic passing of Cory Monteith, the creators’ decided to cut two episodes from the current season. The original plans for the final season, and big final scene, also had to change after Monteith’s passing.
Murphy talked about what has changed for the final scene saying it “is about Rachel and Mr. Schue, and it returns them to their origins, their roots, how they felt about each other when they were much younger and everything was idyllic. I think the ending has to be a reflection and a celebration of how far all those characters have come.”
Read the full interview on TV Line! What do you think of this news? How do you think this new scene is going to play out? Do you think this is a good alternative that will make fans happy?
AMC has recently announced the premiere date for the final eight episodes of Breaking Bad. The first of the final eight episodes will premiere Sunday, August 11, 2013. Fans may note this the premiere date has been changed from the original announcement made almost a year ago.
The premiere of Breaking Bad‘s final season will lead into the debut a new drama called Low Winter Sun, which stars actors Mark Strong and Lennie James as police detectives working in Detroit that are involved in the murder of a fellow cop. Watch an exclusive trailer for the show here.
Breaking Bad will also be getting a half-hour talk show called Talking Bad that recaps what happened in the night’s episode. There is a similar show on the air now called Talking Dead, which recaps the episodes of The Walking Dead.
Will you be watching the final episodes of Breaking Bad? Would you be interested in watching Low Winter Sun? Do you think there needs to be a talk show to recap the episodes of Breaking Bad? Why do you think AMC is cancelling such a successful show?
The fifth and final season Fox’s Fringe begins September 28. On Sunday July 15, cast members Anna Torv, Joshua Jackson, and John Noble will be on the panel, as will executive producer J.H. Wyman, and they will be talking about Fringe for the last time at Comic-Con. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly Wyman stated “The Comic-Con panel is something I always look forward to, but this year it’s bittersweet. I think we have lots of good stuff in store for them.”
A poster has been revealed for the show’s final season and it confirms that the final chapter will deal with the dystopian future that was hinted at in one of the final episodes for season four.
What do you think of this poster? Are you anxiously awaiting the season premiere?
The premiere dates for the fifth and final season of AMC’s Breaking Bad have been announced. The network has decided to split the final season, airing eight episodes this year, and eight next year. Breaking Bad is to return July 15, 2012 at 10pm. Once the eight episodes air this summer, fans are going to have to wait until summer of 2013 to watch the final eight episodes of the critically acclaimed, Emmy-winning drama.
Breaking Bad stars Bryan Cranston, Anna Gunn, Aaron Paul, Dean Norris, Betsy Brandt, RJ Mitte, and Bob Odenkirk. It is a show about a chemistry teacher Walter White (Cranston) whom is diagnosed with Stage III cancer and given only two years to live and he decides he has nothing to lose. He lives with his wife (Gunn) and teenage son (Mitte), who has cerebral palsy, in New Mexico. He wants to make certain that his family will have a secure future; White embarks on a career of drugs and crime. He proves to be capable in this new world as he begins manufacturing and selling methamphetamine with one of his former students (Paul). The series looks at the impacts of a fatal diagnosis on a regular hard working man and how that changes him and affects his principles.
Are you excited for the new season to begin? How do you feel about the fact that AMC is spreading the season out over two summers?