Just days after news broke that the original cast of Glee were set to graduate at the end of the third season, the show's creator Ryan Murphy has revealed that not all the cast will be leaving.
Producers have been vague about the ages of the Glee characters since the start, and are now claiming that there are several characters who won't be graduating because they're not seniors.
"I would say there are some people who are not senior and there are some people that are really intellectually challenged," Ryan told Entertainment Weekly. "Like, you know that Britney is pulling straight Fs."
While older characters such as Quinn, Finn and Puck are likely to leave at the end of the 2012 season, Ryan revealed that he plans to use some of the show's newest characters to help the transition.
"Chord [Overstreet] is not a senior [and] I believe Darren [Criss] is not a senior," Ryan added. "There's a group of them. But this year we will be adding new people."
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