Not even a season old and already the hit musical-comedy has won Golden Globes and Screen Actors Guild Awards. Glee is an international phenomenon that has helped today’s youth become aware of one-hit wonders like Vanilla Ice, and know that Madonna is a “hall of fame MILF.” Besides conquering Nielsen ratings, the series has rejuvenated a sagging Billboard by having 25 singles chart on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2009. That’s the most by any artist since The Beatles had 31 songs in the chart in 1964.
Included in the seven-disc set (which arrives on September 14, 2010), we get extended episodes, sing-along karaoke, a behind-the-scenes look at “The Power of Madonna” episode, “Glee” makeovers, never-before-seen “Sue’s Corner” segments and a dance tutorial. (I wonder if Artie will be the instructor?)
For those who couldn’t wait and bought the first set – Glee: The Road to Sectionals, which contained the first thirteen episodes – you can get a “Gleebate” of $10.00 when you mail in your proof of purchase. Visit www.gleebatedvd.com after June 1 for more details.
Glee: The Complete First Season will have both a DVD and Blu-ray release. The DVD set has a suggested retail price of $69.99 and the Blu-ray for $89.99.
Artwork for the DVD set below…
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