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Glee Airs An Emotional Tribute To Cory Monteith: Watch The Musical Performances Here
Due to the unfortunate death of Cory Monteith, Fox's Glee dedicated the third episode of its fifth season to paying tribute to the actor and Finn Hudson, the character Monteith played in the musical dramedy series. As Finn was a key member of the drama, his loss has obviously not gone unnoticed on the show since Season 5 began, however Finn's absence hadn't been acknowledged until last night's episode, fittingly titled "The Quarterback."
Glee Watch: Season 5, Episode 3 - A Tribute To The Quarterback
In last night's episode, the gang paid tribute to Finn (Cory Monteith). Grab some tissues because it was a tearjerker. We the viewers have known of Cory Monteith's passing for a while now. But last night's Cory Monteith Tribute Episode made it feel like the first time we heard the news. (In fact as I write this recap, I'm tearing up again.)
Glee Teases Emotional Cory Monteith Tribute
If you've been watching Glee this season, then you know the first two episodes of the series' fifth season didn't acknowledge the departure of Finn or the death of actor Cory Monteith. I'm not even sure if Finn's name has come up at all so far this season, but there's been a lot going on, what with Rachel's Funny Girl dreams and for William McKinley High School, the prom.
Glee Watch Season 5, Episode 2: Tina In The Sky With Diamonds
In last night's episode, the Beatles theme continued, and prom fever was sweeping the halls of McKinley High. Plus a Cheerio revisits a nefarious McKinley High student body weapon: slushies!
Glee Watch Season 5 Premiere: Love Love Love
In last night's season 5 premiere, it was all about the Beatles. And you know what that means, "All you need is love." And boy, with the passing Cory Monteith our Gleeks sure needed it. Let's recap, shall we?
Arrow Casts Glee's Grant Gustin To Play Flash
It looks like Grant Gustin will be Warbling his way back to The CW. The Glee actor has landed a pretty significant role in the upcoming second season of Arrow. He's reportedly set to recur as Flash in Arrow, and if all goes well with the episodes, he could end up going on to star in the potential spinoff series at the network.
Demi Lovato In Talks To Guest Star On Glee In Season 5
After weeks of headlines about the fate of Glee in the wake of Cory Monteith's tragic death, it looks like the series is getting back on track in pushing forward toward business-as-usual. Yesterday we shared the peppy new promo for Season 5, which offers no indication of the major character departure in store for the new season. And today comes word of some casting news related to Rachel and Santana's New York arc in the series.
First Glee Season 5 Trailer Gets Peppy, Ignores Cory Monteith's Death
Glee is busy gearing up for a fifth season on Fox and has put out the very first teaser trailer to celebrate the series. We get to see from most of the show’s newest and oldest characters, including Kurt, Rachel, Will Schuester, Sue Sylvester and more. The short preview is seriously upbeat and colorful, featuring moments filled with dance moves and music, as well as a few hints of some dialogue we will see in the new episodes.
Glee's Ryan Murphy Reveals How Finn's Exit Will Be Addressed... But Not Necessarily Explained
Cory Monteith's death still seems too sad to be real. Unfortunately, it is real, and with the fall season approaching, we're left to wonder how the actor's demise will impact Glee, and how the writers would write Finn out of the show. Ryan Murphy has revealed the answer to that mystery - mystery being the key word. Finn's death won't be explained in specifics.
Glee Probably Won't Go Past Season 6
Is Glee on its way out? Well, not anytime soon. The series is heading into its fifth season, with a sixth season already on order. So we should anticipate at least two more seasons of the Fox musical comedy, but what about after that? We're already looking much further ahead than most series tend to plan, but since the question was raised at the Television Critics Association summer press tour this week, the subject is on the table and it sounds like Fox actually has a vague timeline...
Glee Premiere Pushed Back Following Cory Monteith's Death
Glee cast member Cory Monteith’s death was a big blow for fans, but also for the cast and crew members who spent years and years working together. It’s tough to get over the death of someone, especially when that someone is an individual whose death is tragic and unexpected, and Fox is giving the cast and crew the opportunity to collect themselves. This will push back the fall premiere date for the series, but only by one week.
The Glee Project Won't Return For Season 3 On Oxygen
Fox’s Glee may have earned a fifth and sixth season order, but the upcoming season of the high school-based drama won’t get a pool of students from Oxygen’s reality series The Glee Project. The show has not earned a third season renewal at the NBCUniversal owned cable station, effectively cancelling the series.
How Will Glee Season 5 Be Affected By Cory Monteith's Death?
The tragic death of Cory Monteith leaves Glee writers with a decision to make on the fate of his character, Finn Hudson. And they may be in a crunch to make that decision, as the series was supposed to begin production on Season 5 next week. But with Monteith's death this weekend, changes will need to be made to the start of Season 5, as Monteith's character Finn was expected to be featured prominently.
Glee's Cory Monteith Has Died
In what is both shocking and extremely sad news, Glee star Cory Monteith has died. This news was confirmed tonight during a press conference held by the Vancouver police. Cause of death is not yet confirmed, however the Vancouver police did say that there were no signs of foul play at the scene, and they'll be gathering information over the next couple of days, including speaking with Monteith's family in an effort to determine cause of death.
Adam Lambert Headed To Glee For Season 5
Adam Lambert knows a thing or two about covering pop songs. The musician got his big break as a contestant on American Idol, showing off his incredible vocal range and control, which he's only continued to develop further in the years that have followed since his Idol run, proving - as others have - that you don't need to actual win Idol to find success after.