Ryan Murphy, the creator of Glee, is sick of talking about the series’ upcoming third season.
While promoting his new FX series, American Horror Story, at a TV critics press tour, several reporters kept asking him about Glee and what he plans to do for its next season.
His response was heard loud and clear: “You know, I really don’t want to. I think I’ve said everything I want to say about Glee… for now. I’m not talking about Glee. I’m sorry.”
But before putting the subject to rest, he did add a little bit of information at the end of the press conference.
“I think one of the things that we’re doing for season three is servicing more of the kids. I don’t think there’s been enough Amber. I don’t think there’s been enough Jenna or Harry,” he said.
“It always goes in waves. It’s hard on me because I love all those actors and they’re so talented and I feel an obligation to showcase their talent, and this year I think we’re going to do that a little better.”
It looks like we’ll have to wait until season three of Glee premieres in order to see how things turn out for the cast.