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GLEE Maintains Improved Ratings

GLEE Maintains Improved RatingsFOX's hit musical comedy series GLEE saw further improvement in its numbers last night, with a 5 percent increase in its ratings, maintaining its 6 million+ audience it has retained since its 2013 return (which does not factor in DVR viewings, of which GLEE is commonly among the most-DVR-ed of all current network shows).

GLEE is now in its fourth season on FOX, eighty episodes in, and showrunner Ryan Murphy has confirmed his forseeable commitment to two more seasons of the show minimum, though FOX has yet to officially greenlight those plans at this time. GLEE generally remains FOX's highest-rated scripted series.

FOX chairman Kevin Reilly has expressed interest in renewing the series before the May upfront presentations so as to give room for THE GLEE PROJECT sister show enough time to film before Season Five would begin shooting. He stated last month, "We're going to negotiate now for the fifth season and beyond, so we're talking about those things now."

For all the ratings from Thursday night, click here.

For my complete SOUND OFF review of last night's "Diva" episode of GLEE, click here.

"Unmissable BroadwayWorld reference included, last night's GLEE was a spectacular addition to the theme show collective of FOX's hit musical comedy series thus far in its rich history, nearly eighty episodes in now that it is in Season Four, with an exceptionally explosive episode directed by Paris Barclay and written by Brad Falchuk, "Diva." The leading ladies of legend acted as the foundation of the fodder for the fabulous episode - dramatically, musically, thematically and otherwise - with a music-heavy show featuring a plethora of memorable musical numbers and a generally fancy-free storyline ending in a shocking cliffhanger ending - Santana (Naya Rivera) moves to NYC to live with Rachel (Lea Michele) and Kurt (Chris Colfer), unbeknownst to them; suitcase in tow! Uh oh!Unmissable BroadwayWorld reference included, last night's GLEE was a spectacular addition to the theme show collective of FOX's hit musical comedy series thus far in its rich history, nearly eighty episodes in now that it is in Season Four, with an exceptionally explosive episode directed by Paris Barclay and written by Brad Falchuk, "Diva." The leading ladies of legend acted as the foundation of the fodder for the fabulous episode - dramatically, musically, thematically and otherwise - with a music-heavy show featuring a plethora of memorable musical numbers and a generally fancy-free storyline ending in a shocking cliffhanger ending - Santana (Naya Rivera) moves to NYC to live with Rachel (Lea Michele) and Kurt (Chris Colfer), unbeknownst to them; suitcase in tow! Uh oh!"

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