No. 2: 'Glee'

This hour dramedy from "Nip/Tuck" creator Ryan Murphy first premiered after the "American Idol finale" in May and has since picked up much buzz and momentum online. It's a classic underdog story with several unpopular kids coming together, under the direction of a well-meaning teacher, to try and turn their schools glee club into something they wouldn't necessarily get beat up for being a part of. With a cast of very talented characters that can sing, dance, cry on cue and bring the biting comedy as well, this show which will include four musical performances per ep is described by star Cory Monteith as if "High School Musical" got punched in the face and had its lunch money stolen. Doesn't that alone make you want to watch? -- Korbi Ghosh, Zap2it
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