The cast of Glee has been on Oprah and performed at the White House. Matthew Morrison has even secured a record deal.
Is it too much too soon for the little show that could?
In a LA Times article, the showrunners responded too the criticism.
“I don’t know exactly what we can do about it. It’s sort of like we’re here, get on the conference call; there are 35 reporters that would like to speak to you. We’re going to talk to them. If the President asks you to come or Oprah asks you to come, you’re not going to say no,” co-creator and executive producer Brad Falchuk said.
Falchuk said the goal is to make the best possible stories keep the characters interesting, which is what the crew focuses on – not the threat of the show getting overexposed.
“All that stuff doesn’t mean a lot, when Ian [Brennan], Ryan [Murphy, co-creator and executive producer], and I get in a room and we’re writing or when we get on the set and we’re working with the actors, it’s sort of none of that outside stuff really means that much,” Falchuk said. “We just have to sort of do our best. And so we don’t worry too much about it, because I don’t think there’s anything we can do about it.
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Credit: LA Times