Galleryupdate – On The Set of Season 6

I found some pics that I haven’t uploaded into the gallery yet so here they are:



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Season 06 > On The Set > Dec 04, 2014
Season 06 > On The Set > Dec 08, 2014
Season 06 > On The Set > Dec 17, 2014


Glee Song Showdown: Darren Criss “This Time” Behind the Scenes Bonus Clip


Glee Season 6: Behind the Scenes Bonus Clip: “The Final Curtain”—Will and Sue in the Future


Throwback / Galleryupdate – On The Set of Season 04

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Season 04 > On The Set > August 02, 2012
Season 04 > On The Set > August 11, 2012 – Central Park, New York
Season 04 > On The Set > August 11, 2012 – Greenwich Village, New York
Season 04 > On The Set > August 11, 2012 – Washington Square Park, New York
Season 04 > On The Set > August 11, 2012 – West Village, New York
Season 04 > On The Set > August 12, 2012 – Battery Park, New York
Season 04 > On The Set > August 12, 2012 – City Hall Park, New York
Season 04 > On The Set > August 12, 2012 – West Village, New York
Season 04 > On The Set > November 18, 2012 – Manhattan, New York
Season 04 > On The Set > November 18, 2012 – New York Public Library, New York
Season 04 > On The Set > November 19, 2012 – Bryant Park Ice Rink
Season 04 > On The Set > November 19, 2012 – Radio City Music Hall
Season 04 > On The Set > December 12, 2012 – Downtown, Los Angeles
Season 04 > On The Set > December 18, 2012 – New York
Season 04 > On The Set > January 18, 2013
Season 04 > On The Set > January 21, 2013
Season 04 > On The Set > April 10, 2013 – Los Angeles


Glee Pilot Oral History, Part 4: The Premiere

Fox debated slotting the show as a midseason replacement in the spring, but instead took a gamble: The network would air the show once, following the 2009 American Idol finale in May, and then properly launch the show in September after a summer of hype that included having the pilot up on every digital platform available. It was a gamble that paid off. In no time at all, Glee went from a novel new TV idea to a global phenomenon, and changed the life of its cast and crew.

Zach Woodlee (Choreographer): The first time we showed a test group, I remember that was so scary. It was in North Hollywood, and you’re behind a two-way mirror. They have three televisions set up high. Ryan, myself, and a couple other people are back there. Everyone has this dial, and there’s two colored lines for male and female. They turn it up when they like it, and down when they don’t. To have your work judged immediately in front of you, and they don’t know you’re there, is so scary. That was the most fearful time during that pilot process. Being a fly on the wall and watching people judge your work.

Lea Michele: I watched the pilot with Ryan for the first time in the editors suite a few weeks after we finished filming. Just me and Ryan. It was amazing.

Chris Colfer: After we wrapped the pilot, I went to visit Lea and Jenna in New York (it was my first trip there). Lea had a “secret” copy and we must’ve watched it a hundred times. There is nothing worse than seeing yourself on camera for the first time. It took a few viewings for me to focus on anything else. We got chills every time we heard the opening notes of “Don’t Stop Believin’ ”. Still do actually.

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