It's hard to say if 'Glee' would have followed the same trajectory toward a season 6 series finale if not for lead actor Cory Monteith's untimely death, though series creator Ryan Murphy always had in mind how the series would have ended between Monteith and co-lead Lea Michele. Want to know what 'Glee''s very last shot would have been?
'Glee' won the 2013 Teen Choice Award for Choice TV Show Comedy, with their star Lea Michele nabbing a surfboard of her own for Choice TV Star Comedy. The cast took their opportunity in the spotlight to dedicate their awards to the late Cory Monteith, as well as to their supporters following his death.
'Glee' has officially resumed production on its fifth and potentially penultimate season, though only three episodes will shoot before a brief hiatus to retool following series star Cory Monteith's death. The first look at the new season has arrived from Lea Michele herself, while Adam Lambert's upcoming arc has finally been revealed as well.
Earlier today we heard from FOX chairman Kevin Reilly how 'Glee' would handle the death of actor Cory Monteith in its upcoming fifth season, but it seems the real bombshell didn't drop until after Reilly's TCA press tour presentation. We've known that 'Glee' had already been renewed for seasons 5 and 6, but will FOX definitively end the series in 2015?
- Not to anyone’s surprise since Carly Rae Jepsen has blown up this summer, but the cast of ‘Glee,’ will cover the pop star’s hit ‘Call Me Maybe,’ in the season premiere episode titled, ‘The New Rachel.’
‘Glee‘ is back with a groovy new episode, which pays tribute to ‘Saturday Night Fever,’ and now Gleeks can get a sneak peek at the cast’s performances of ‘Disco Inferno’ and ‘You Should Be Dancing.’