Brad Falchuk 'would never say no' to a 'Glee' remake.
The 52-year-old writer co-created the hit TV series alongside Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan, and Brad remains open to the possibility of reviving the series – but only if it can be done in a “more modern way “.
Brad – who is married to Oscar winner Gwyneth Paltrow – told The Hollywood Reporter: “I'm sure everything is still on the table, but is there a way to tell this story in a more modern way?
“A lot of the content on 'Glee' was really this transition from an old way of looking at representation to a new way. I would never say no, but I wonder what the point would be – except that it would make money money. “.
“Glee” centered around a glee club at a fictional high school in Ohio. The show ran from 2009 to 2015 and proved to be a huge hit with viewers.
Brad shared, “None of us were prepared for this level of success.
“I was younger, it was a little overwhelming, and a lot of us were caught up in our egos. There was a feeling of lack. We were writing about high school, so it's very hard not to regress a little. It was a crucible.
“At the same time, we had so much fun and everyone got along really well. Things went bad, and then everyone got along again. It was chaotic. I would never want to go back there, and then I'll think, 'Gosh, I'd love to go back.'”
Brad also learned important lessons from his success.
He said: “The biggest learning from this series? Take the ego out of everything and be an adult.”