The future is yet to be written for Rachel and the gang.
Rachel needs an image makeover.
With new opportunities come new challenges.
Break a leg, Rachel!
Better to be safe than sorry.
New York has no shortage of drama and trauma.
New dreams are found in New York.
Help sometimes comes from the most unlkely sources.
100 lessons, 100 episodes and countless memories.
It's now or never for the glee club.
Alliances are formed in threes.
Keep your friends close and your frenemies closer.
It's the Christmas special that never was (until now).
Blaine gets bossy.
The uptown girls and boys are in a New York state of mind.
You better twerk. THU 9/8c.
Series co-creator/co-executive producer Ian Brennan gives examples of risque jokes -- many of which are written for cast member Jane Lynch (Sue Sylvester) -- that do or don't make it to air. Executive producer Dante Di Loreto also comments.
Discover the challenge of casting “triple threats” for the Glee Club – people that can sing, dance and act!
Seemed like he was going to rhyme Michelle with smell.
Check out this exclusive clip from the 'Glee' Season 2 DVD.
The Glee cast took cameras on a trip to New York. Here was Chris'.
Mark Salling knows there are some good traits in Puck...or are they?
It's Mike Chang, people and you'll get to hear a lot more from him in season 2.
Sam looks on as Mercedes shines her light with a rousing performance of "Colorblind."
The gang and the Lexington Home residents rally the diners into adopting rescue dogs with a rousing performance of the appropriately-titled "Take Me Home Tonight."
New Directions takes on New York
Like it was punched in the gut.
If they write a brand new part for you, you've pretty much nailed the audition.
A phoner. An interview. On the telephone.
Behind the scenes of the cast's New York Post photo shoot.
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