Gleeks, be warned, the following article contains some seriously distressing news… Glee will be leaving Netflix this November.
Yes, you heard us correctly, all six seasons of the TV show will be taken off the video streaming platform at the end of November, so it you have just over a month to fit in some serious bingeing.
While nothing can really replace the sheer madness of Glee, we’ve put together a list of shows and movies we think may be able to fill that Glee shaped hole in your heart. And thankfully, they are all on Netflix.
Shows to fill that Glee shaped hole in your heart
Although this show doesn’t contain much singing (there are some hilarious choir scenes you can look forward to, however) it does master the elements of high school drama you can find in pretty much every Glee episode.
For three seasons of relationships, drama, and some pretty inept teachers (though no where near as crazy as Sue Sylvester) why not give Sex Education a go?
This show also covers some pretty important topics including asexuality, LGBTQ+ relationships, disability, intimacy and more, and manages to do so in a much better manner than Glee.
Julie and the Phantoms
Julie and the Phantoms tells the story of high schooler Julie who loses her passion for music after losing her mother. However, three ghosts, who also happen to be teenage boys, appear and they all group together to form a band.
Featuring music, romance, and a high school setting, this show may be what gets you through Glee being taken off of Netflix.
If you loved Glee you are guaranteed to enjoy Pitch Perfect. The show is about college freshman Becca who reluctantly joins the Barden Bellas, an a capella group, and makes friends for life.
The show doesn’t just contain music and dance but is also incredibly hilarious. What more could you want?
Twitter reacts to the *shocking* Glee news
Following the news, Gleeks from all around the world took to Twitter to share their thoughts on the situation, with many Glee fans feeling heartbroken that their favourite, and craziest, show is being removed from Netflix.
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