Lots are Leaving on Glee!

Fans of Glee better be ready for some changes because at least four of the fairly main characters are on the way out. That’s right kids, Brittany, Mercedes, Puck, and Mike are all leaving. While I am not positive about this one, rumor has it that Quinn will not be returning either.

Glee Cast Losers

This probably is no real shock to the fans left because all of these characters graduated and it would just seem a little Beverly Hills 90210 if they all ended up in New York City where they could go to college together.

So, with Heather Morris, Amber Riley, Mark Salling (Children of the Corn IV), Harry Shum Jr., and potentially Dianna Agron gone what is going to come of William McKinley High School? Probably not much. They have the new students and they will likely get more and continue the duel city storylines with Lima and NYC.

For some it will seem shocking to lose so many characters at the same time, but really, with the type of show this is, those characters already should have been gone along with other graduates like Rachel Berry. Personally, I stopped watching at some point during the second season. I couldn’t stand the lack of consistent plot points, the ignoring of storylines that had already been started, and the overdramatic, over-singing of Lea Michele.

As easy as it was to see this coming, with the downgrade, Glee creators did up the new Glee members to series regulars. So, if you were fans of Melissa Benoist (Marley), Jacob Artist (Jake), Becca Tobin (Kitty), Blake Jenner (Ryder), and Alex Newell (Unique) then you can expect to see more of them in the coming season.

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About the author: Ashtyn

Ashtyn Evans is a writer, advocate, free thinker, and all around cynical person. Always quick to find the negative in anything pop culture, she loves being a part of that which she despises. Ashtyn and Dominick own numerous blogs together, as well as a full-time writing business. In her spare time she is a full-time college student studying History and Psychology. She plans to one day give up her freelance career and be a full-time blogger, novelist, and domestic goddess. She can be contacted for writing projects, fan mail, or just to say hi. She really is friendlier than we make her look.

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