The beginning of the end for Glee?

I admit that I got addicted to the first season of Glee and watched all the episodes online. I even auditioned for the second season. And didn’t get cast. Needless to say, I never watched it again and have consistently made fun of those who still do ever since.

Seems like the fun (as in the making fun of) might soon come to an end. Show creator Ryan Murphy has announced that major cast members, including Chris Colfer, Lea Michele and Vancouver’s very own Cory Monteith, will be graduating from the show at the end of the third season. Will that be the end of Glee? Or are diehards going to tune in for a fourth season to see the new batch of Gleeks?

Don’t stop believing, bitches.

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