Glee to win controversial series about fights and backstage

glee was immensely popular during its six seasons and 121 episodes. The musical/comedy series was a huge success for Fox, which won six Emmy Awards between 2009 and 2015. Additionally, glee featured an all-star cast including Lea Michele, Jane Lynch, Matthew Morrison, Cory Monteith, Naya Rivera, Mark Salling, and Kevin McHale.

Now, according to a report by the deadlinethe production and the plethora of controversies surrounding the series will be the subjects of a new Discovery+ docuseries.

In all, the project will feature three episodes, from production company Ample Entertainment, who previously worked on similar projects, including The Invisible Pilot and 9 Months with Courteney Cox. Additionally, the series will speak with cast and crew members who will share their stories and experiences while working on the attraction. Deadline also reported that the as-yet-untitled project will feature testimonials from family and close friends with stories never heard before.

Another project about problems in the entertainment world

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This will be yet another docuseries covering dark controversies Discovery+ will do. Streaming seems to be entering this segment after House of Hammer make a big hit on the platform. This series addressed the accusations that followed actor Armie Hammer in recent years.

Unfortunately, the behind-the-scenes drama of glee often overshadowed the great show she was.

glee follows a group of ambitious misfits as they try to escape the harsh realities of high school by joining their glee club, run by Will Schuester (Matthew Morrison), their passionate Spanish teacher. The series was created by Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan.

backstage problems glee were constant guidelines in the media

Mark Salling, who played Puck on the series, was arrested and pleaded guilty to possessing child abuse footage in 2017. The actor, however, killed himself a year later while awaiting sentencing.

Cory Monteith, who played one of the main characters, Finn, died in 2013 before the series concluded. After a history of substance abuse, the actor was found in his hotel room after he died from a mixture of heroin and alcohol.

During her time on the series, Lea Michele, who played Rachel Berry, received allegations of on-set bullying against her co-star Samantha Ware.

In 2020, Naya Rivera, who played Santana Lopez, was reported missing. Then, the police confirmed her death, after she drowned in Lake Piru, near her home in California.

Ie, glee had many conflicts and controversies, which lasted during and after its exhibition.

The documentary series, however, should take a while to arrive on TV, as the project has not yet received an official title, trailer or anything of the sort. With Discovery+ just pre-ordering the series, the premiere forecast so far is only for the second half of 2023.

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