I hope that if Glee does continue to feed spoilers to fansites for dissemination in the coming year that they do, indeed, have a different system set up. One that doesn’t let fans get hold of scripts and final cut episodes and that exerts a lot more control over what is shared before episodes air.
I understand the desire to to keep online fans interested and engaged and to try to centralize spoiler sources instead of having people trying to develop their own sources on set and leaking “unauthorized” stuff, but the system most often did much more harm than good, in my opinion.
Putting that much info into the hands of fans who filtered it through their own preferences for some cast members and dislike of others did not work well last year. And the fact that non-members of the site were getting info and using it to bash cast members they disliked and pump up ones they preferred caused an already contentious and fractured fandom to get even worse.