Michele took to Handler's Netflix talk show, Chelsea, and spoke about what it would mean to get Rachel Berry and the gang back together for another chapter. "[Glee] was just on the air, so everybody, like, cool it, but with that being said, I would do it tomorrow," Lea said. "I loved playing Rachel Berry, I loved that cast, and it was so special, you know, what we did with bringing music into people's homes and these characters that were so relatable, I loved it. I would do it in a heartbeat."
It's also not like some of the castmates don't keep in touch either. In October, Lea reunited with Darren Criss and Jenna Ushkowitz at Elsie Fest to perform a duet. Glee hit the small screen in 2009 and went on all the way until 2015. Aside from being a weekly Fox smash, the franchise turned into so much more with a concert film, tour and even a reality TV spin-off series called The Glee Project.