Lea Michele Explains The One Way She'd Do More 'Glee'

Don't stop believin', Gleeks!

In the ridiculously emotional "Glee" finale -- which we're still a little weepy over, BTW -- Rachel Berry accepted her first Tony Award in 2020 with a bun in the oven, acting as a surrogate for Kurt and Blaine's baby because awwwwww.

That was the last time we saw the go-get-'em soprano extraordinaire, and while that's a nice preview of the road ahead for Rachel, there's still a lot more left to her story. We just know it.

Which is why it's great news that Lea Michele seems pretty open to the idea of a "Glee" reboot -- especially with other series revitalizations like "Fuller House" on Netflix and "The Mindy Project" on Hulu paving the way. Plus, "Glee" did enthusiastically remind us (again and again): "Don't Stop Believin.'"


Lea recalled her final days on the breakthrough Fox series to Women's Health Magazine, saying she tried to prepare herself as much as possible for the end, "but no matter what on that last day, it's just kind of like 'Oh my god, we are never gonna be here ever again (unless we get picked up by Netflix at some point, or Hulu)."

That's right. The "Scream Queens" star totally just name-checked Netflix and Hulu, and circuitously confirmed her interest in returning to Mr. Schuster's sing-along squad.

Which means this is Day One of Gleekwatch '15, and we are already prepared for a reunion of any kind. Movie? Digital spin-off series? One-off webisode? The possibilities are REAL here.