Part of the problem with watching TV critically—particularly with watching a big hit show like Glee critically—is that it doesn’t really mirror the ways that people consume television. Yes, there are a bunch of us who watch TV and dissect every little moment, but we’re still the distinct minority. Most people just have the TV on while they do other stuff. It’s something that fills lulls in conversation or prompts parents and kids to talk about what’s going on in their lives.
It's fair to say that Glee is a hit. Lots of awards, a bunch of imitating shows on the way and oodles of fans make that obvious. But how did we get Glee? There's a long history of musicality on television, and every step brought us ... Read Post
Today I hit the set of 'Glee' to watch some fabulous ladies perform the show's big 300th musical number mash-up. (It's amazing, by the way... more on that soon.) Yes, it's just another big moment in a long line of milestones for the... Read Post