#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Series Online Free – When high school Spanish teacher Will Schuester (Matthew Morrison) becomes the director of the school’s failing Glee club, New Directions, he hopes to be able to rejuvenate it. The club competes in the choir competition circuit. It’s been called “a High School Musical for adults”, the series follows the club and its mixture of oddball members as they try and restore it to its former glory. It is a musical comedy in which the eager and ambitious students not only compete to win the Nationals, but also have to deal with the tough and cruel realities of their school, McKinley High. At the same time, Will is trying to rejuvenate his failing love life while preventing the school’s cheer leading coach Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch) from sabotaging the choir. Plot: In this musical comedy, optimistic high school teacher Will Schuester tries to refuel his own passion while reinventing the high school’s glee club and challenging a group of outcasts to realize their star potential as they strive to outshine their singing competition while navigating the cruel halls of McKinley High.
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Really good show 🙂
I really like it how this show promotes music, and musical theatre, and really helps you know that being different isn’t a bad thing at all! Nearly all the characters are likeable- it’s unique too, I miss it now, but I rewatch it a lot! 🙂 <3
Many people may say that “Glee” is a series full of clichés, but it is undeniable to ignore that glee is a series that needs to be seen, despite the fall in the seasons it has a message to be treated.
When I saw glee right away I identified with the characters because they had teenage problems, so it made her so special.
Give it a try, you’ll like it!
Just What the Doctor Ordered!
I can just picture the creator, Ryan Murphy (Nip/Tuck) tossing ideas around with producers or writers or what-have-you and just saying “Let’s do something happy.” If this is the goal, “Glee” delivers.
With the combination of dreary times and warm weather “Glee” is just what the doctor ordered! Was the plot amazing? Not according to what we’re used to. Shows these days seem to continually descend in to a deeper and deeper spiral of darkness. Don’t get me wrong, I love it! Prickly characters are called “love-to-hate” for good reason, but there’s a reason there is more than one category on the food pyramid. “Glee” is the perfect answer to a well- rounded entertainment diet.
At the very least “Glee” has set itself up to be a showcase for amazing talent including Lea Michele who rightfully earned a name for herself on Broadway with the hit “Spring Awakening” as Rachel Berry and newcomer Cory Monteith as Finn Hudson who may not be as talented as Michele, but was perfectly cast for the part. He does exactly what he’s supposed to do which is to keep up with and support Michele who will send chills down your spine.
“Glee” seems like a familiar tale “The football player wants to sing and the unpopular girl also wants to sing!” but when was the last time we really saw this? Okay… disregard “High School Musical.” This isn’t “HSM.” This is “HSM” done right–with real talent–and not actually a musical. The songs are all time-tested and well loved familiar tunes, i.e. Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believing” and the show isn’t designed around the songs or for the songs like a musical… you’ll know what I mean when you see it!
*Synopsis* A bright eyed and optimistic teacher, Will Schuester (played by Matthew Morrison) decides to revamp the Glee club. He dreams of making it something truly great around which the school can come together. From where we, the audience stand, he came into a glee club already filled with tremendous talent including Rachel Berry who dreams of fame and carving a niche for herself, but what was missing was a strong male lead. To do this Will (nefariously) recruits the star football player who finds himself right at home. *End Synopsis*
There may be moments in the pilot where the not-instant-fan may consider “I’ll bet this moment was meant to make me laugh out loud… but I’m not,” but I say to you that is not what this show is about. It’s about the average… the conceivable, but if you and the people around you just wanted to sing and were good at it too. Most importantly it’s a showcase just meant to keep you smiling.
Even if characters were to, in the course of time in the sometimes unpredictable television world, jump into bed with each other or perform a murder, I take comfort in the feeling this show will not be about that. It will be about happy entertainment with an “I wish I could buy the world a Coke” attitude.
Because this show does not have the (ironically) familiar twists, dips, flips, turns and drama other shows offer, I feel the logical grade to assign this show would have to be a B- for being somewhat “undeveloped” by modern standards. (Nobody has been abused to speak of yet.) However, despite the undeniable likelihood this show will never be listed in my top five, even for the year, I can pretty much guarantee it will be the show which I most look forward to watching out of any other. For this reason, “Glee” gets an A+ in my heart and I hope to form a “Glee” club of my own taking place Tuesday nights on my living room couch.
Glee is certainly a welcome summer booster shot of summer fun.
Not Good Enough
The series started strongly, with a refreshing story and some entertaining music numbers. However, some characters were simply annoying. And, in the end, the originality of the story ran out and the only thing left were the annoying characters, the predictable plot and some boring musical performances.
Original Language en
Original Title Glee
Total Seasons 6
Released 19 May 2009
Release Year 2009–2015
Genre Comedy, Drama, Music
Writer Ian Brennan, Brad Falchuk, Ryan Murphy
Actors Lea Michele, Jane Lynch, Matthew Morrison
Country United States
Awards Won 6 Primetime Emmys. 86 wins & 209 nominations total
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