As I was watching last night's funky episode of 'Glee,' I was chewing on the news from last week that FOX has picked up the show for a third season, even though it hasn't even completed its first yet.
Yes, folks, even though it feels like the show's been through three seasons already -- the pilot that aired in May 2009, the four month break between the first thirteen episodes and the back nine, the super hype that has accompanied the show -- it hasn't. And the fact that the show is already suffering through a critical backlash before its first season has ended isn't a good sign for its second season, much less its third.
But I'm not going to talk about the backlash, or 'Glee' hype burnout; we've already written plenty about both topics extensively. What I'm concerned about at this very moment is how Ryan Murphy and company are going to sustain the show without going off the creative rails.
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