Glee cast keen to con­tinue the strug­gle

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TV boss show’. Ev­ery­one said yes,’’ he says, adding the ac­tors are keen to tackle new sto­ry­lines out­side Mckin­ley High. ‘‘When I told them all what the (plan for) next sea­son was, I think they all liked it be­cause they all get to grow and be back to strug­gling. For the most part, I’ve had re­ally good talks with all the ac­tors and what I want to do they have loved.’’ Lind­say Lo­han (left) guest stars in this week’s episode of Glee.


Thurs­days, 8pm, Ten, Ten SC. Ryan Mur­phy has de­cided not to axe reg­u­lars from the Glee cast as the stars have be­come ‘‘like a fam­ily’’. The se­ries’ co-cre­ator had said he would write out lead char­ac­ters played by Lea Michele, Chris Colfer and Cory Mon­teith af­ter they grad­u­ated at the end of the cur­rent third sea­son. But Mur­phy ad­mits he’s in­vited ev­ery­one in the New Di­rec­tions glee club to stay on the show – and they’ve agreed. ‘‘We’ve be­come like a fam­ily and I said to them ‘any­body who wants to stay on the show will stay on the

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