TV News – 12/2/10

I can’t believe that it’s Thursday already, this week, much like the rest of this year has been flying by. In some ways I’m happy because the faster time moves the faster my baby boy will be here and I can stop feeling like I’m going to vomit every time I smell meat. 🙂 (Sorry if TMI. lol) Enough chatting about my life and stomach issues 😉 let’s look at some TV news.

Ryan Murphy recently admitted that he wants to have Glee appear as much like a real high school as possible, and that an aging cast won’t make that possible. His plans are to eventually phase out certain members of the cast, and continue to introduce more new characters. Murphy has mentioned that 2012 may be a good time for graduation for our favorites, like Finn (Cory Monteith) and Rachel (Lea Michele). I don’t know how I feel about losing our favorites, but I can hope that they will at least allow our favorites to come back to visit. There’s a part of me that wishes they could go to university… I mean they did it with a good success on Buffy so it can be done. Time will tell but for now let’s hold on to the show we have and hope that they fix the mess they made with breaking up Finn and Rachel again! 😉 Source

More after the jump.

According to E!Online, Dexter has been picked up for a sixth season. This is not being advertised as the final season, but the contracts of the stars will need to be re-negotiated for a seventh season. Season five has been a rollercoaster ride, but it’s almost over, only two episodes left. Are you happy about this renewal? Source

In other Glee news, Kody Batchelor(), will be guest starring in the Super Bowl episode, as Strando. He may even be able to have a recurring role. The casting call that went out was for an actor who was both funny, and “as wide as they are tall”. Does Batchelor fit the call? We can always use someone with more humour on the show, can’t we? Source

That’s all for now, I hope you all have a great night.

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