American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy has hinted at a possible Glee reboot in a new interview. Back in 2009, TV enthusiasts were introduced to the popular teen musical dramedy – which took the pop culture world by storm.
Taking place at the fictitious William McKinley High School, the series focused the school’s glee club, New Directions, as they navigate issues such as sexuality, race, gender identity, bulimia, pregnancy and school violence.
The show also propelled the careers of Lea Michele (Rachel Berry), Chris Colfer (Kurt Hummel), Corey Monteith (Fin Hudson), Naya Rivera (Santana Lopez), Amber Riley (Mercedes Jones), Heather Morris (Brittany S Pearce), Kevin McHale (Artie Abrams), Jenna Ushkowitz (Tina Cohen-Chang), and Diana Agron (Quinn Fabray).
Since the series finale in 2015, longtime fans have been eager to see a reboot of the critically acclaimed series. In a recent interview on McHale and Ushkowitz’s podcast And That’s What You REALLY Missed, Murphy also expressed an interest in revisiting the halls of McKinley High and New Directions. “I’m at the phase now with that show where it’s like, well, there’s been enough time.