July 15, 2011 by Post Team
Cory Monteith, If you know that Chris Colfer will not return to “Glee” Season 4 of the Internet, you have something in common with the actor – which is how he, too, discovered that his eventual departure.
On Wednesday, “Glee,” creator Ryan Murphy told The Hollywood Reporter that the characters Colfer, Lea Michele and Cory Monteith are “graduating” after Season 3. “We’ve never done anything for the book,” said Murphy. “We made that decision and involved Chris and Leah and thought it was a good idea. Both rely on the deed and trust me and I felt it would be nice to have a closed and open experience to come out while on top. ”
Emmy nominated Colfer would not seem to know as soon as she told Access Hollywood that he learned the news Wednesday Twitter.
“Yes I heard that made the announcement,” he said. “I do not necessarily know it would be our last season next year, I knew something was coming eventually. I mean, can not be there forever … do not necessarily want to go so soon, but I mean okay. Is what it is? And all things come to an end. ”
Actor 21 years old, who has a lot of other projects to fill the “Glee”-less time, said he had a good run in the program.
“As an artist, I’m done,” he said. “I have two Emmy nominations and only listen to people in the world of how much the character has helped people. If it is time to conclude, I am satisfied with it, and I’m fine with it.”
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