Glee follows an optimistic high school teacher as he tries to transform the school's once top-flight, but now moribund Glee Club and inspire a group of talented but unfocused performers to make it to, and win, the biggest competition of them all: Nationals. In his way is not just the indifferent principal, but also the sponsors of the cheerleading and football groups both of whom see his efforts as detracting from their own. His wife, whose acquisitiveness is out of control, wants him to ignore his love of teaching and quit to become an accountant, so they'll have more money for her to spend.

Episode Info

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The show features flashbacks to the original New Directions members joining the club.

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Matthew MorrisonMatthew Morrison
As Will Schuester
Jane LynchJane Lynch
As Sue Sylvester
Lea MicheleLea Michele
As Rachel Berry
Chris ColferChris Colfer
As Kurt Hummel
Jenna UshkowitzJenna Ushkowitz
As Tina Cohen-Chang
Kevin McHaleKevin McHale
As Artie Abrams
Chord OverstreetChord Overstreet
As Sam Evans (S04-present; recurring previously)
Alex NewellAlex Newell
As Wade "Unique" Adams (S05-present; recurring previously)
Melissa BenoistMelissa Benoist
As Marley Rose (S05-present; recurring previously)
Jacob ArtistJacob Artist
As Jake Puckerman (S05-present; recurring previously)

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Reviews: 1
Entertaining...Rating: 1 likes, 0 dislikes

Glee follows a high-school teacher as he tries to revitalize the school's Glee Club. This show is a musical drama; as it places musical numbers throughout the hour long show; but instead of having the characters spontaneously break into song, the numbers are usually done as part of the rehearsal process for the glee club. Read more

Review posted on Wednesday, June 9th 2010 at 12:59 pm


Reviews: 1
Rating: 0 likes, 5 dislikes

Is average because it made my sister hayley age 14 addicted to it so that's why it is a 8 out of 10 if hayley wasn't addicted i'd give it a 9.7 out of 10 Read more

Review posted on Sunday, January 10th 2010 at 6:50 am


Reviews: 3
My favorite show to fast forward throughRating: 0 likes, 5 dislikes

The storyline is horrible... About the only things to enjoy from this show are the musical performances. Read more

Review posted on Sunday, November 29th 2009 at 3:51 am

3 reviews available
recap: The episode begins with Brittany’s interview at MIT. Brittany has a 0.2 GPA but a near perfect SAT score. They guys from MIT wanted to personally see if she was MIT material and that is why they had her take an arithmetic test, which proved that she lacked understanding about basic arithmetic. She scored a zero. She ended up using crayons to mark her answers on the test paper. However, the guys are interested in the numbers she scribbled at the back of her test paper. They tell her that when they read the numbers left to right, they get a prime number. When the numbers are read right to left, they get the Avogadro’s constant and if they read it anti-clockwise, they get the Planck’s constant... read more.

4x21: Wonder-ful recap: The episode begins with Rachael telling Will about her callback for “Funny Girl”. She tells him that it is between her and two other girls. Will is glad to hear about it. She tells him that if it does happen, it will be because of him. She tells him that she sang “Don’t stop” for her audition. It is the song that they sang when they first met at Glee club. Will is touched. He tells her that she is one of their biggest success stories, and no matter what happens with Funny Girl, she is in New York and living her dreams... read more.

4x20: Lights Out recap: The episode begins with Ryder texting Katie, asking her why she is afraid to meet him. At the same time, he notices Kitty using her phone, and he is curious to see what she is doing on her phone. She tells him to back off. Will arrives and tells the group about a sophomore, who is really talented and whose voice could literally fill an arena. He tells them that they need to sing epic, powerful songs for their upcoming competition. Just then the power goes out. Will has an idea. He declares this week as the “unplugged” week. In the hallway, Ryder is still upset about being stood up twice. Jake doesn’t understand why Ryder is obsessed about someone he hasn’t even met... read more.

4x19: Sweet Dreams recap: The episode begins with Finn’s voiceover telling us that he is excited about the fact that he is going to be a teacher, something he loves and is studying for. He is also really enjoying college and is pleasantly surprised, when he returns to his room and sees Puck there. Puck says he has joined college just to have some fun. At home, Rachel is admiring herself in the mirror and recalling, how since childhood she has wanted to be on Broadway and be like Barbara Streisand. She feels her dream shall soon come true because she has an audition lined up... read more.

4x18: Shooting Star recap: The episode begins with Will announcing the Regionals. He tells the group that they will be competing against “Hoosier’s Daddy” from Indiana and the “Nun Touchables” from Michigan. At that moment, Brittany arrives and announces that a meteor, asteroid or comet (she is not sure what it is) will strike Lima. She tells everyone to spend their last moments with their loved ones. She too will do the same. She says that she is going to spend time with her cat, Lord Tubbington. Sam seems slightly irritated... read more.
Recurring Guests

Iqbal Theba as Principal Figgins (41 eps)
Harry Shum, Jr. as Mike Chang (40 eps)
Lauren Potter (2) as Becky Jackson (40 eps)
Dot Jones as Coach Shannon Beiste (35 eps)
Chord Overstreet as Sam Evans (29 eps)
Vanessa Lengies as Sugar Motta (23 eps)
Josh Sussman as Jacob Ben Israel (21 eps)
Heather Morris as Brittany (21 eps)
Melissa Benoist as Marley Rose (21 eps)
Naya Rivera as Santana Lopez (20 eps)

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Network: FOX ( USA)
Type: Scripted
Genres: Comedy, Music
Status: Ended
Airs: Fridays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: May 19, 2009
Ended: March 20, 2015
Episodes Order: 13
• Losers (Used In Russia)
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