When dedicated teacher Lou Mazzuchelli (Josh Radnor) sheds his own self-doubt and takes over the school's lackluster theater department, he galvanizes not only the faculty and students but the entire working-class town.
After only seeing the first two episodes, I am very much a fan of the series and am looking forward to its progression. The trials and tribulations of Gen-Z coming to age in today's society makes for a very interesting series. Josh Radnor and Rosie Perez are perfectly casted.
I am hoping however that its portrayal of the "working-class town" is not a repeat of the 1984 film "Footloose". Gen-X and Millennials make-up over 68% of the current work-force, and growing, so hopefully the over-arching plot is not the same. We do not need to reinforce outdated beliefs any more than they have been.
The only thing I see missing is the influence that STEM has on Gen Z and its impact in today's society and our future.
Ok. Off my soap-box. : )
Highly recommended series. Must watch.
By maddie horlinson
BY FAR MY FAV TV SERIES 👏🏼
Wow is all I have to say
By *Nickname Entered*
I’ve only seen two episodes and I already know I love it. Literally, everything about this show is perfect, I can’t handle it 😅
Appearently an embolden Hollywood felt Glee did not have enough of a liberal agenda. Disapointing and unfortunate.
Glee Second Edition
By Chris ThBiPolarBear
This show has a lot of similarities to Glee
Hoping there was another episode on itunes
By fey 2
Fun if it keeps original...Daughter in the pilot listening to Hamilton gives it hope........ told friends and kids to check it out.......could be very good......football coach is always the one having the lady on the side....the odd group of niftily casted kids .some contrived. But still a breath of fresh air.........enjoy !
Great first show keep it going
Loved the first episode Set up season perfectly great character development