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'Glee' Season 6 spoilers: Season shortened as plans for celebrations move ahead

Lea Michele
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Glee” has been one of the biggest shows for the FOX network. Viewers of all ages tuned in to watch the series. Lea Michele and Cory Monteith were rising to stardom from their roles, and fans couldn't get enough. When the announcement came that Season 6 would be the final one, there was a mixed reaction. According to a July 20 report from E! Online, “Glee” will air only 13 episodes for the sixth and final season. Producers felt like a straight run of 13 good episodes was a better tribute for fans instead of 22 episodes with breaks.

Fans have loving named themselves “Gleeks” in honor of “Glee.” Several of them have weighed in on their thoughts about the series ending, and most of them will be sad. Some fans believe the show burned out after the third season, with Season 1 and 2 being the best part of the series. There are several changes that have happened since the beginning, including some bad calls. Naya Rivera has been moved to casual status for Season 6, which has angered some fans.

The “Teen Choice Awards” nominations were announced earlier this week, and “Glee” was nominated in several different categories. Jane Lynch, Darren Criss, and Naya Rivera were nominated. The show has been up for several different awards since it began airing in 2009.

Season 6 of “Glee” will begin airing on FOX after the mid-season break. Fans will be able to see all 13 episodes without any breaks. Rumors have been circulating about old cast members returning, and Ryan Murphy has suggested all are welcome. This is exciting news for fans who have voiced wanting certain things to happen during the final season. With Murphy at the helm, there is no telling what surprises will happen during Season 6.