There's no new episode of Glee airing Thursday night, but behind the scenes, Feb. 28 is a big day for the Fox musical comedy.
"I actually have a meeting tomorrow morning at 11 where I have to pitch out not only the end of this year but the next year," co-creator and executive producer Ryan Murphy told TVGuide.com Wednesday at a Paley Center event honoring his work. "I think what I want to do — and I hope it is liked by the other people who control my paychecks — is... something that we've never done before. So, a different kind of storytelling — not what you would think.
"I didn't want to do something that we've done every year," Murphy continued. "I wanted to do...
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