Second Season of 'Glee' Cuts Stage Time

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Did anyone else notice how the second half of the first season of Glee was a little over done with the dance numbers? That's because they upped the ante and plugged in eight numbers per episode during the second half... 000_000_714_gleetour

Did anyone else notice how the second half of the first season of Glee was a little over done with the dance numbers? That's because they upped the ante and plugged in eight numbers per episode during the second half of the season.

"In the back nine, because Fox was so supportive, we were denied nothing," Ryan Murphy, creator of Glee, says, "[We said], 'Let's go from five numbers to eight. Let's see how that feels'.

If you were one who missed having more character time, Murphy says he plans on going back to the original five numbers per episode.

"We did that, and I think many of them were fun and really successful. But then what we realized is people love the numbers, but they love the characters just as much. So in the second season we're going back to five numbers."

I'm sure that'll make it easier for those who work on Glee behind the cameras considering it takes about four months to get everything ready for a song to be used in the show due to the legal rights, choreography and cast recordings.

How do you feel about the change? Would you prefer more time with the story lines? Or were you completely content with the non-stop music?

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