Since its premiere 14 years ago in 2009, “Glee” became a true television and cultural phenomenon in the United States and much of the world, standing out among other things for its stellar performances, but this uniqueness Plus that almost everything he did was a total stranger to his time in Hollywood.
Created by Ryan Murphy, Ian Brennan and Brad Falchuk, the series stood out for its joyous and musical gusto, however, it was marked by major problems with some of its protagonists with various scandals behind the camera and outside the recording studio. I went. press and even fatal tragedy.
Next Friday, May 19, all the details can be found in the documentary “Glee: Triumph, Truth and Tragedy (The Price of Glee),” which will be streamed on HBO Max.
Glee: Triumph, Truth and Tragedy
New audiovisual work explores the pressures faced by the heroes after their rapid rise to fame, detailing the horrific tragedies that befell members of the cast and crew of Glee, as well as their lives on and off the filming set . Unpublished interview.
Jason Sarlanis, President of Investigative and True Crime Content for Linear TV and Streaming, said, “Glee was a cultural phenomenon of a generation that boldly challenged societal conventions and sparked debate about sexuality, race, disability and family. The episode amused a lot of people, but they couldn’t escape the gloom of Hollywood and the nascent social media frenzy.”
Relatives and friends of the cast, working on set or professionals associated with the production, such as set designers, stylists, costume designers, publicists and entertainment journalists who covered the Glee event, will participate in the documentary series. Undoubtedly, the deaths of Cory Monteith (overdose), Mark Salling (suicide) and Naya Rivera (drowning) will be one of the most pressing points of discussion and the one that causes the most uncertainty among millions of fans of the popular series.