Another week, another musical milestone for the cast of Glee.
The Fox program's rendition of "Teenage Dream," debuted atop the digital track sales chart, selling 214,000 copies in its first week, Fox and Columbia Records announced Thursday.
It's the first time a Glee song has reached No. 1. ("Don't Stop Believing" peaked at No. 2 in May 2009.)
The success of "Teenage Dream" boosted the Glee cast past James Brown for second most entries on the Billboard Hot 100. The news comes just a month after the cast passed the Beatles to take the No. 3 all-time spot. Glee is now second only to Elvis Presley.
So far, Glee has sold 17 million digital downloads and 6.5 million albums worldwide. Glee: The Music, Volume 1 has been certified platinum with more than 1 million units sold and volumes 2 and 3 have each moved more than 500,000 units.
Glee has two more albums hitting the shelves this month. Glee: The Music, The Christmas Album was released earlier this year and Glee: The Music, Volume 4 will hit stores Nov. 30.