The creator of Glee, Ryan Murphy, said he expects that the stars stick to the project until 2012. As the history of Glee happens at school, it is logical that students graduate and are replaced by new students. The Chord Overstreet Cast in the role of Sam Evans in season 2 helped to initiate this process. "Every year we create a new group," says Murphy. "There's nothing more depressing than a high school bald." Murphy admits his fears regarding the potential departures of key characters played by Lea Michelle, Cory Monteith, Dianna Agron, Chris Colfer and Kevin McHale.
"I think you should stay true to the fact that there is a group of people coming and going in the lives of these teachers, they are graduates and they are going. When some of them leave high school, we will be entitled nearest episodes very touching. For me, it will particularly hard but new players will arrive. " One imagines that the hearings of the said manner of episodes escalate significantly.
"I was worried about this decision but I think one thing that pleases me is that we can do that for years if we can make new characters."