Fox television and Nip/Tuck creator Ryan Murphy
have done it again, with yet another great comedy drama, and musical, if you will. Glee is the story of a former show choir / glee club star, who grew up to be the Spanish teacher at his school, and then decides that the revival of the school's glee club will not only be great for the talented teens that don't have much else going for them, but also will bring his own creative spark back to life. A talented cast of newcomers mixed with seasoned pros like Matthew Morrison
and Jane Lynch
are sure to make this new and exciting Wednesday night show, a hit. Packed with music, comedy and no shortage of drama, Glee promises to entertain you with singing and dancing, teen angst, intelligent humor and a touching story that anyone who has ever had that dream to shine, whether on a stage or just for their peers in general, can relate to.
A truly new kind of television experience is Glee. If you've ever been in any high school music club, sport, or any competitive field, this lighthearted and cleverly written hour of TV will speak to you. There is one of all of us in the diversity of teen characters, the jock, the starlet, the diva, the outcast, the nerd and the effeminate choral guy, all extremely talented and all completely palatable. Glee invites us into a world of the classic underdog struggle, and we've all been there.