"We’ve really listened to what the fans want. Everything that I’ve been reading from the last four years about what the fans want from Glee is what they’re going to get [in the final season]. It’s a very optimistic, uplifting story, not just about our characters, but about the future of arts and education in our country, which is why I wanted to do that show [in the first place]. It has a really happy bow on everything and I’m happy about that. [The show] used to end with Cory and Lea and it was a much more micro relationship ending but I think we’ve taken the heart of what we were going to do and expanded it so it feels sort of more macro and universal and I’m happy with that."