‘Glee’ controversy Discovery+ documentary Enough Entertainment – Deadline

SpecificDiscovery+ and ID are exploring the real story behind Fox’s hit series glee,

The streamer has ordered a three-part documentary from Ample Entertainment, the company behind the HBO documentary invisible pilot and facebook 9 months with Courtney Cox.

The series will have access to key cast and crew members, who will share first-hand stories from their time on the comedy drama series, which ran for more than 100 episodes between 2009 and 2015.

It will lift the curtain to reveal the ups and downs of the production and on-set community and will feature never-before-heard stories as well as testimonials from close family and friends.

The currently untitled series will address the controversies surrounding the series, including the case of Mark Salling, who played Puck. Saling was arrested and convicted of possessing photographs of child sex abuse and killed himself while awaiting sentencing.

Then Cory Monteith, who played Finn, died. Monteith died of an accidental heroin overdose.

His girlfriend Lea Michele, who played Rachel Berry, was accused of bullying on set.

After the show ended, Naya Rivera, who played Santa Lopez, died during a boating trip, survived by her four-year-old son, Josie.

gleewhich centered on a glee club at William McKinley High School, starring Matthew Morrison, Jane Lynch, Jayma Mays, Dianna Agron, Chris Colfer, Jesselyn Gilsig, Kevin McHale, Amber Riley, Jenna Ushkowitz, Heather Morris, Darren Criss and Melissa Benoist. also acted. ,

It was created by Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Ian Brennan, and 20. was produced byth Television.

The Untitled series is the latest project for streamer Discovery+ and the following true-crime brand ID house of hammer Featuring the Armie Hammer brawl, as well as the Menendez Brothers, the British or series about the pair Lewis Woodward and Biggie and Tupac.

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Ample Entertainment, operated by Ari Marks and Phil Lott, produces murder in the heartland Discovery+ streaming service.