But what about Breadsticks?!
The musical series, which currently splits its time between Lima, Ohio and the Big Apple, may ditch McKinley High for good and focus all of its stories in the latter location as soon as this season.
This idea is one of several that Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan are discussing with Fox in the wake of star Cory Monteith's death. The show paid tribute to Monteith and his character Finn in the heartbreaking Oct. 10 episode and soon after, Murphy acknowledged that the original ending he had for the series involved both Finn and his love Rachel (Lea Michele).
Although Glee's story lines would be set entirely in New York, the show would not move production from Los Angeles. Since Rachel and Kurt (Chris Colfer), and later Santana (Naya Rivera), moved to New York on the show, the show has shot on location in the iconic city several times a season.
However, the biggest question mark may be just who else from the New Directions would also move east. The seniors, including Blaine (Darren Criss), Tina (Jenna Ushkowitz), Artie (Kevin McHale) and Sam (Chord Overstreet), are not far off from graduating — they attended prom in Episode 2 — and Blaine and Artie have even discussed attending arts-based schools in New York. It seems a safe assumption that at least Blaine would move since he and Kurt are engaged. However, more recent additions like Marley (Melissa Benoist), Jake (Jacob Artist) and Kitty (Becca Tobin) are still a few years off from getting their diplomas.
Also, while it's entirely plausible that Will's interest in pursuing a Broadway career, which he first explored at the end of Season 2, would be reignited, how would Coach Sue (Jane Lynch) justify a move to New York and away from her Cheerios?
Do you think Glee should pack up and move to New York? Which characters from Lima do you think should stay with the show and head to the East Coast? Which characters should be left behind? Sound off in the comments below.