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Glee

Didn't know the world of high school glee clubs was tough? Fox is set to expose all the drama and intensity in a one-hour comedy musical from Nip/Tuck creator Ryan Murphy.

Show Info

Aired on:
FOX, US
Runtime:
60 min.
Status:
Canceled/Ended
Rating:
3.86/5 (36 ratings)
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Stats

Premiered:
2009
Ended:
2015
Episodes:
123
Watchlists:
6,687

Episodes Guide and Summaries

Cast

as Rachel Berry
as Kurt Hummel
as Artie Abrams
as Will Schuester
as Sue Sylvester
as Tina Cohen-Chang
as Santana Lopez
as Mercedes Jones
as Brittany Pierce

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'Glee' to end next season, series finale to honour Cory Monteith

Glee is to end after its next season with an episode that will "honour" late actor Cory Monteith.

Showrunner Ryan Murphy confirmed that the Fox musical comedy - which was picked up for a fifth and sixth season in April, three months before Monteith's death - will not be renewed.

Speaking at a Paley Centre event, Murphy explained that Glee's final season was originally meant to tie up the on-off romance between Monteith's character Finn and lead female Rachel, played by the actor's real life girlfriend Lea Michele.

"The final year of the show, which will be next year, was designed around Rachel and Cory/Finn's story," he said. "I always knew that, I always knew how it would end. I knew what the last shot was - he was in it. I knew what the last line was - she said it to him.

"So when a tragedy like that happens you sort of have to pause and figure out what you want to do, so we're figuring that out now."

Murphy continued: "I'm going to tell the studio and the network how after Cory's unfortunate passing we can end the show that I think is very satisfactory. And kind of in his honour, which I love."

Read more: https://www.digitalspy.co.uk/ustv/s57/glee/news/a524348/glee-to-end-next-season-series-finale-to-honour-cory-monteith.html#ixzz2i6MZaI97
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I watched it as well, nice to see the old cast although Quinn and Brittany were missing. Good episode, but previews for next episode are going to keep me away.
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Well the "The Quarterback" episode broke me, very sad
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I stopped watch the show since it's level of quality is all over the place. The will address Finns death in episode 3 at which point they will go on break again.
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Rwings said:
The premier of season four gave me hope but after watching the second episode it was clear the premier was a fluke. They need to just forget Ohio and focus on New York, and it's sad the only interesting person left in Ohio is the new girl who the writer of the second episode wrote nothing like how the character was in the first episode.


I agree that storylines in Ohio have gone stale. They had their place in Season 1 but it went down from there. I would reconsider watching it if the show was re-tooled with the focus on NYC and the music.
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Rwings said:
It hit me after I finished the episode. The show is an above average teenage oriented drama, but is one of the worst comedies.


This show has been so popular that I thought I was missing something. I don't think the writers know whether they are writing a drama or a comedy. Glee has explored some important social issues which is great but not comedic. Thanks to Netflix, I skip through when I cannot tolerate the stupidity any longer. Except for Season 1, I don't I have made it through an entire episode except I did watch this Season premiere episode. With the sad death of Cory Monteith , Glee lost a great character in Finn.
I was disappointed that the disappearance of Finn hasn't been explained.
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It hit me after I finished the episode. The show is an above average teenage oriented drama, but is one of the worst comedies.
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I still like it , while the plot sometimes is lackluster or stitched up 5 min the show usually really well delivers emotion , that lets me look past the plots being as interesting as a cooking show :) .And the characters grew on me so I still wanna watch them even in the worse episodes.
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This show does a good job at being hot and cold. After watching the season four premier I had hoped the show got back to form, but after the abysmal episode two I passed on episode three. Now that I'm watching four I wonder why it's can't always be on a high and can only wonder why it miss's so god damn often. I think four is one of their better episodes in quite sometime and would have fit nicely in it's early season one run in terms of quality.

Is anyone else still following this show? I've kept tabs on the show only tuning in when I see a glowing review for an episode...which means I've only seen about a dozen or so episodes since episodes nineteen of season two.
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The premier of season four gave me hope but after watching the second episode it was clear the premier was a fluke. They need to just forget Ohio and focus on New York, and it's sad the only interesting person left in Ohio is the new girl who the writer of the second episode wrote nothing like how the character was in the first episode.