For our latest look at “Glee” season 4, we are going to focus on a trio of characters that were involved in a pretty messy storyline last year that divided many fans — and also created some suspicions hat Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Blaine (Darren Criss) were going to break up.
So is Sebastian going to cause more problems for the two this fall? It doesn’t look like it. According to TVLine, Grant Gustin is not going to be returning this season — though, like with Damian McGinty, it is possible this could change down the road. Sebastian’s story really was more or less complete when he redeemed himself at Regionals, we this news does no shock us too much at all.
Unfortunately, Kurt and Blaine are going to be far from the only problem for this couple — as executive producer Brad Falchuk tells the website, these two are going to struggle with living in separate cities, even if it was Blaine who ultimately pushes Kurt to join Rachel in New York:
“The distance [causes strain] … Kurt finds new things that excite him. The minutia of high school life is not quite as compelling to him, and that’s hard for Blaine. He can’t lean on Kurt the way he would have the year before. And I think it’s also strange for Blaine to be in this school that he came to really only for Kurt. He didn’t come because he wanted to go into public high school. So now he has to find his place [at McKinley] not as Kurt’s boyfriend.”
Obviously, this statement does not mean that Kurt and Blaine are going to break up, and even if they do there is still hope that they will get together again at some point down the road. Remember that both Criss and Colfer have expressed an interest in seeing their characters go through some more turmoil, but at the end of the day we have to believe that they each want to see them happy.
Do you think Kurt and Blaine being apart for a time could somehow be a good thing? We want to hear some of your thoughts below! to check out a first look at Lea Michele’s new love interest on the show, be sure and follow the link here.