Discovery+ To Release New 'Glee' Docuseries, Exploring the Show's Controversies

Discovery+ To Release New 'Glee' Docuseries, Exploring the Show's Controversies

A new docuseries about Glee is in the works!

It was just revealed on Wednesday (October 12) that Discovery+ has ordered a three part series, exploring “the real story behind” the hit series, according to Deadline.

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The site reports that the series will have “access to key cast and crew members, who will share first-hand stories of their time” on the FOX musical dramedy.

“It will lift the curtain to reveal the highs and lows of the production and the on-set community and will also feature testimonials of close family and friends with never-heard-before stories.”

The project will cover some of the controversies surrounding the series like Mark Salling‘s arrest and charges of child pornography, Cory Monteith‘s overdose death, Lea Michele‘s alleged on-set bullying and more.

Currently untitled, the docuseries comes from Ample Entertainment, whose credits include Cold Case Files, HBO Max’s The Invisible Pilot, 9 Months with Courteney Cox, Murder in the Heartland, Queen of Versailles Reigns Again and more.

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