The New York crew on “Glee” is going to be getting plenty of burn throughout the rest of season 4, and if you were disappointed about the small amount of screen time that these characters were receiving early on, don’t worry: with Santana now joining Rachel and Kurt in the Big Apple, there is going to be plenty of story to tell.
We already know that the show’s returning episode “Girls (and Boys) on Film” Thursday is at least going to address what is going on with Lea Michele’s character and her pregnancy scare, we are hearing yet again from the actress herself that there are more musical numbers on the way soon. Michele tweeted out on Friday that she is working on a number along with the likes of Chris Colfer and Naya Rivera, meaning all three of our New York characters (minus sleazy Brody) are going to get an opportunity to step into the spotlight.
While at the Paley Center for Media event honoring him late this past week, executive producer Ryan Murphy said that what we are going to see much of season 4 moving forward are some story ideas that are new to the franchise, as the show is going to slowly transition into something that will have a different attitude in season 5. While there is no word yet as to whether or not New Directions and McKinley High will have even less of a role moving forward, it is going to become increasingly difficult to keep track of all of the graduated characters while also focusing on the school.
What do you want to see happen with the crew in New York on “Glee” moving forward? If you want to see some new teasers from Murphy pertaining to Darren Criss and Heather Morris’ characters, all you have to do is visit the story that is online here.