First it was on, then it was off, and now it's back on? Yes, it's true. Although Fox scrapped their Glee reality series, the show will go on, just on a different network.
The cable network Oxygen picked up syndication rights to Fox's hit musical series (hello, sweet reruns), and landed rights to the unscripted series, which follows the search for a brand-new cast member. The show, which was originally going to be aired on Fox, will run on Oxygen in 2011, Variety says. What's the grand prize? A role on season three of Glee.
As you may remember, show execs began their search for the next Glee star in March. Since then, Ryan Murphy and his crew decided to squash the project to focus on the real show. But with the news of Oxygen's show pickup, auditioners can rest assured -- your videos haven't been trashed.
Oxygen will air two Glee marathons next year, and begin showing regular reruns of the series in 2013. Now that it's really happening, are you excited to see the reality show?