The 'Glee' cast are now working three or four day weeks to prevent them from being ''burnt out''.
The stars of 'Glee' are now working three or four day weeks.
The show's creator Ryan Murphy has revealed the third series of the musical TV show - starring Lea Michele, Corey Monteith and Matthew Morrison - has been filmed differently to the past two to prevent them being "burnt out".
He said: "We've figured out a way to shoot the show where many of the actors work three to four days a week so they have time off and they're not burnt out.
"You can see and feel it on the set. The actors I feel are renewed and excited and thrilled to be there. It's fun again. It was really hard now."
He also revealed he was not planning to make a spin-off version of the show when some of the lead actors - including Lea Michele - leave at the end of the season.
He said: "I would never do 'Glee: The College Years', but I think there's very organic ways that you can keep the stars on the show and keep them big and keep the audience invested in them."