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In addition to previewing this season’s five remaining Big Apple-set episodes (including this week’s highly enjoyable outing, “Tested”), Murphy opened up about the big idea he and co-creators Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan are cooking up for Season 6’s 24-episode farewell, which cast members will be invited to participate, and whether we have seen the last of Mc Kinley High.Murphy also spoke candidly about the “painful” internal conversations surrounding Rachel’s romantic future — a topic that’s touched on in tonight’s episode.We accelerated all those New York stories, and I think that was the right choice. It feels like a new show to me in that it’s much more young-adult than it’s ever been.TVLINE | What happens to the new kids we met at Mc Kinley [like Marley, Kitty, Unique, etc.]?What we’re sort of zooming in on is what’s going to happen with Rachel’s debut. Will it make her want to stay and do more New York shows? All of these things are building to a head in [the finale].
When Cory passed away, part of the story as we had imagined it didn’t make sense anymore, really. We collectively — Brad, Ian and myself — made a decision that the freshest thing to do was a complete, clean start.RELATED | Vet Naya Rivera Addresses Exit Rumors: ‘People Take Little Things and Blow Them Up’ TVLINE | Are these New York episodes a preview of what the final season will look like? The final season is its own story in its own location. It really is a lovely, fitting season that dwells on the original people on the show and what happens to them and how they give back. We’ll revisit some of the new kids that came and went, there’s a return of the [Sue] and [Will] in a big way.PHOTO | Exclusive: Shirley Mac Laine Books Arc as Blaine’s [Spoiler] TVLINE | Can you talk about the decision to end the high school part of the show?I’ve spoken about it before, but the big plan of what the series was going to be and how it was going to end was radically changed when Cory [Monteith] passed away.So I think at some point, before we’re done, we’ll see many of them again and find out where they are and check in with them and see how being a part of that glee club legacy affected their lives, as we do with our original characters. Because we have fewer characters now, we have more time to tell [other couples’] stories.