Every year, Oscar's "In Memoriam" tribute to those who died is notable as much for who wasn't included as for who was. Oscar producers have always claimed to do their best to include everyone, but invariable every year, notable actors, directors and producers are left out and this year was no different. So, who was snubbed from the 2014 Oscar "In Memoriam" tribute?
The fifth season of FOX's starmaking 'Glee' became mired by change with the death of actor Cory Monteith, as well as news that a sixth season would likely prove the last for the series. Now, FOX president Kevin Reilly reveals even more change on the horizon, as the remainder of the fifth season will shift focus to its New York setting, potentially moving the series there for the duration of its run.
It's hard to say if 'Glee' would have followed the same trajectory toward a season 6 series finale if not for lead actor Cory Monteith's untimely death, though series creator Ryan Murphy always had in mind how the series would have ended between Monteith and co-lead Lea Michele. Want to know what 'Glee''s very last shot would have been?
We'll never know for sure what 'Glee''s path might have been if not for the tragic loss of actor Cory Monteith, himself eloquently memorialized in season 5's most recent "The Quarterback," but it seems 'Glee' has in mind a potential move toward the endgame. After dividing the story in seasons 4 and 5 between New York and its Lima, Ohio origins, it seems 'Glee' may be considering a full-time move to the Big Apple.
While Cory Monteith's death forever altered the course of 'Glee,' fans were nonetheless to learn this past summer that FOX had intended to end the series altogether following the sixth season. At the time, it was thought that the network would at least wait until 2014 to decide for sure, but series creator Ryan Murphy confirms that 'Glee' season 6 will end the series, its finale endgame markedly different after Monteith's tragic passing.
After months of heartbreaking curiosity, 'Glee' finally aired its tribute episode to fallen actor Cory Monteith with last night's tearjerking "The Quarterback." Responses to the Finn farewell episode have proven largely positive across the board, even as the characters glossed over the actual reasoning behind the character's death, but where does the series pick up without one of its star leads? Series creator Ryan Murphy recently spoke out about 'Glee''s future, assuring fans "The Quarterback" will not be forgotten.
'Glee' will bring plenty of eyes to FOX this Thursday as the musical dramedy drops its season 5 Beatles theme to pay tribute to the death of actor Cory Monteith in "The Quarterback." Last week we caught our first look at the new episode that begins a brief hiatus for the series, while FOX has released both the full track list and songs from the somber hour.
Having aired its two-part Beatles tribute, 'Glee' season 5 will next tackle the difficult subject of addressing Cory Monteith's tragic death in next week's "Farewell to Finn" tribute, "The Quarterback." The first footage of the somber new episode has emerged, along with new comments from series creator Ryan Murphy on filming of the difficult episode.
'Glee' will kick off its fifth season tonight with the first two Beatles-centric episodes, though the majority of fans have been eager to learn how the upcoming third episode "The Quarterback" will handle actor Cory Monteith and his character Finn Hudson's death. We've seen a brief summary of the tribute episode to date, and now series creator Ryan Murphy has revealed a first look at the emotional goodbye.
'Glee' season 5 has very much been giving off sunshine and rainbows for its inaugural two episodes of the season, dual-parted Beatles tribute "Love, Love, Love" and "Tina in the Sky with Diamonds," leading us to wonder how promotion will handle the third episode memorial to Cory Monteith after the September 26 premiere. Now, the first synopsis for "The Quarterback" tribute episode has arrived, giving us our first look at how 'Glee' says a very real goodbye.