September 9, 2009

CRANK UP THE DVR:

'Glee' gets off to a good start (Ellen Gray, 9/09/09, Philadelphia Daily News)

GLEE. 9 tonight

BETWEEN THE mall tour, last week's "Tweet-peat," the "director's cut" of the pilot and the countless other promotions for Fox's "Glee" both on-air and online, it might feel as if the series about a high school show choir had been on for months.

But in a way it's like the health-care issue (which, no matter what ABC, CBS and NBC have chosen to do, won't be allowed to pre-empt tonight's fall premiere of Fox's "So You Think You Can Dance"): Just because you've heard a lot about it doesn't mean much has gotten done yet.

And tonight, as "Glee" makes its season premiere with only the second episode of the show, we're beginning to get a closer look at what creator Ryan Murphy has in mind.

Posted by Orrin Judd at September 9, 2009 7:16 AM
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