Ryan Murphy has been riding high on the 'Glee' wave for two seasons, but now a new report suggests that the series creator is "bored" with the show.

Last week, Murphy spouted that Lea Michele, Cory Monteith and Chris Colfer would not be returning to the hit series in Season 4, but despite claiming that he spoke with Michele and Colfer about the cast changes, Colfer says was unaware of the decision. In fact, he found out on Twitter.

"I looked on my Twitter replies and that's how I found out," he told ET Online. "I was like, 'Oh, oh, OK, I guess they announced something.'"

Murphy also told TVLine that the fall season is "not going to have any guest stars,” but news of Idina Menzel's role reprisal of Shelby Corcoran broke this week. So, what's the deal?

According to E! Online, the 45-year-old screenwriter is over what launched him into the limelight. "I think he's bored with Glee now," an insider tells the site. "That's probably why you're seeing all these weird happenings with no real, well-thought-out message as to what's going on with the show, who's going where and why."

The source adds, "Ryan gets bored very easily. He'll shoot his wad with Gwyneth Paltrow! Britney Spears! Then, I don't think he always knows where to go from there. He's not really great with figuring out pace."

How will Murphy's alleged malaise affect Season 3? We'll have to wait and see. 'Glee' is set to begin its new season on Tuesday, September 20 at 8 PM on FOX.

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