“Glee debuted as the first and only successful musical comedy series on television, and more than four years later, it continues to defy genres, break new ground and have a significant impact on popular culture,” said Fox entertainment chairman Kevin Reilly. “Week in and week out, Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, Ian Brennan, Dante DiLoreto and the entire Glee team deliver a series that not only delights and surprises fans, but also inspires them to talk about, share, debate and engage with the show – and I’m absolutely thrilled to have them on board for another two seasons.”
The recent episode involving a school shooting was indeed a tense episode of the series by far. I was indeed glued to my couch watching the drama unfold, but that is just one episode that has stood out this season. The series transition from
Are we rooting for Rachel (Lea Michele) and Kurt (Chris Colfer) or Blaine (Darren Criss), Brittany (Heather Morris), Marley (Marisa Benoit) and the rest of the McKinley gang? It’s hard to decide. What made “Glee” such a guilty pleasure its first season was its ability to be unlike anything seen on the small screen. Each episode was a must-see and progressively got better. With our core characters no longer in high school, the writers are a bit lost as what to do with them.
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