Gleeks Warning: The following article contains extremely disturbing information… Glee is leaving Netflix in November.
In fact, all six seasons of the TV show will be pulled from streaming video sites at the end of November, leaving you with just over a month to eat.
However, nothing beats the craziness of Glee. We’ve compiled a list of shows and movies that we think will fill the void left by Glee. And thankfully, they’re all available on Netflix.
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While this production doesn’t have a lot of voices (although it does have some fun choruses), it does a great job of mimicking the components of high school drama found in almost every episode of Glee.
Why not try sex education through three seasons of love, rivalry, and bad teachers (though not as crazy as Sue Sylvester)?
Another one of the funniest, hilarious and well-written series is Crazy Ex. It is about a woman named Rebecca Bunch who moves to West Covina, California after her summer boyfriend Josh Chan dumps her. She starts dating someone else, but soon discovers that she is actually her ex-boyfriend Nathaniel Geiger (Nathaniel Stuck). This show also touches on several big topics like asexuality, LGBTQ+ relationships, disability, intimacy and more much better than Glee.
Julia and the ghosts
Julie and the Ghosts is about high school student Julie who loses interest in music after her mother’s death. But three ghosts, also teenagers, appear and form a group.
With music, romance, and a high school vibe, this show might just be the thing that Glee takes you away from Netflix.
Full members of the cast and crew of Glee
Harry Shum Jr.
billy lewis jr.
Samantha Marie Ware