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29th Jun 2019

Glee is arriving on Netflix tomorrow and that’s our Sunday sorted

Keeley Ryan

It feels like it’s been forever since we last watched Glee.

But, thankfully, Netflix have come to the rescue and decided to add all six season of the iconic musical show – and that’s basically our Sunday sorted.

Yes, that’s right: all six seasons of Glee arrive on Netflix tomorrow. 

The comedy-drama focuses on the fictitious William McKinley High School Glee Club and the New Directions, which competes on the show choir competition circuit,

Meanwhile, its members deal with a number of social issues, especially regarding sexuality, relationships, and teamwork.

And, of course, it had plenty of unreal musical performances – check out the top 10 Glee covers below.

Glee recently celebrated its tenth anniversary, with many of its former cast members taking to Instagram to mark the occasion.

Dianna Agron, who played Quinn Fabray, said: 

“Always & forever grateful to this show, our cast, our producers, crew & Fox. I’m especially sentimental today on our anniversary.

“It feels like I can hear “Somebody to Love” playing in the other room & it’s making my heart beat faster. Reliving my favorite memories is putting a huge smile on my face.”


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And Kevin McHale, who played Artie Abrams, said the Glee crew was “forever my family” as he paid tribute to the show.

He wrote:

“We were babies and had no idea what was ahead of us. We had the best times and some very difficult times, but came out of it with some of the best friends and lifelong bonds a boy could ask for.

“The glee crew is forever my family. Thanks to everyone who watched, and who still watches, bought the songs & came to see us on tour!”



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And Matthew Morrison, who played Will Schuester, celebrated “10 years since the premiere of the show that changed so many lives!”


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