Ryan Murphycreator of series like Glee, American Horror Story, Pose, American Crime Story, Scream Queens, and more recently The Watcher y Dahmerapparently has plans to revisit the popular musical series Glee.
In an interview with the podcast “And That’s What You Really Missed” (via ScreenRant), the prolific TV producer and writer comments:
“I’m in the phase now with that show, you know, where it’s like, well, there’s been enough time. Maybe we should re-examine it as a brand. You know, should we do a reboot somehow? Should we do a Broadway musical somehow?
Murphy continued: “It’s like an interesting legacy that I’m interested in doing in a positive way after kind of a hiatus for a while.. But I do not know. I love what he says and what he did. And there will never be another ‘Glee’ in my life, anything like it, in terms of feeling so close to him.”
Murphy, Brad Falchuck e Ian Brennan co-created Glee, the plot of which centered around the choir at William McKinley High School in Lima, Ohio. Matthew Morrison played the club’s master, Will Shuster, and followed the choir members as they navigated competitions and personal problems. The series launched the races of Lea Michelle, Darren Criss, Dianna Agron, , Heather Morris, Amber Riley, and more. The deceased actors Cory Monteith, Mark Salling y Naya Rivera also starred in the show. Other cast members included Jane Lynch, Chris Colfer, Kevin McHale, Jenna Ushkowitz, and Chord Overstreet. The series was produced by 20th Century Television and aired on Fox from 2009 to 2015 for six seasons and over 100 episodes.
The audience ratings of the series were falling in its last seasons, however, Glee It enjoyed enormous success in its early years, and was able to take advantage of its popularity by launching a multimedia franchise that included a reality competition series, live tour, a 3D movie, and many musical covers that were placed on the main popularity charts of several countries. . Important to note that at Glee it is credited as the series responsible for establishing Murphy as one of the biggest television creators in the industry. The “Gleeks” fandom continues to be one of the strongest to date.
The impact of Glee It was both for its plot, and for the drama that surrounded its production behind the scenes, which will be explored in depth in a new docuseries from the streamer. Discovery+, which will consist of three parts. The docuseries will feature interviews with cast and crew members about their time at Gleewhile also addressing many of the controversies and tragedies surrounding cast members.