Will it last?

I just watched the pilot and second episode of this show and can say i'll watch it as long as it comes on, but the truth is who is this show aimed at? In truth no masculine male could possibly admit to watching it without another man looking at him wierd or someone popping the question (Are you gay?) But i'm a totally normal guy and while watching me it bothered me that even though alot of people would like it, word of mouth for this show will be fail unless its strictly amongst gays, females, or (Feminent) males. I just don't see the show having widespread appeal cause its content basicly blocks a certain amount of its audience. But it could become like american idol (Which i've never heard a straight masculine guy talk about, except howard stern.) and i hope for its success.



What are your opinions on it do you think it will be a problem or i'm just a rambling idiot.

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Sep 11, 2009 1:30PM EDT

Well, my husband watched it and he said he enjoyed it! I think he could relate a little as he used to be in a show choir for a couple of years when we were in high school. But I guess to be fair, the arts were widely accepted at our school.

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Sep 11, 2009 6:43PM EDT

Hahaha...I get what you mean...but hopefully most guys have annoying sisters like me that keep at them until they watch it...I got my brother hooked!
But besides that...alot of shows are aimed at predominantly at the young female market and they still seem to do pretty well.
Hopefully Glee's here to stay...as long as they have a story to keep it going.

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Sep 12, 2009 1:16AM EDT

Hmm i hope for the best it does really well.

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Oct 2, 2009 3:24AM EDT

it's almost 2010, i don't think people are really too concerned about what shows people watch any more, or what that may or may not mean about them
to answer your question i would say glee is aimed at tweens, specifically, but in my opinion anyone could enjoy it

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