The liberal press loves a show that celebrates their agenda and with a cesspool of morally-bankrupt content shows like "Glee" are not only awarded for their raunch, but put on a pedestal like their the next coming of "The Cosby Show":
The popular show "Glee" has caused a stir with lesbian fantasies, gay kissing, teen pregnancy and racy photos of the actors - the new season is sure to display more immorality-promoting content. As "Gleeks" everywhere eagerly anticipate the return of their show, they should be reminded that it isn't just innocent, happy show tunes that this "groundbreaking" show promotes.
Fox's hit musical/comedy has garnered acclaim from TV critics everywhere, having received in its first season, 19 Emmy nominations, one in every comedy category, and four Golden Globe nominations, including taking home the Golden Globe for Best TV Series - Comedy or Musical.
2011 is shaping up to be another praise-worthy year for "Glee" - the comedy/musical has once again taken the Golden Globe for Best TV Series for its category and gym teacher Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch) and gay protagonist Kurt (Chris Colfer) walked away with Best Supporting Actor and Actress awards, respectively. It has attracted as many as 12.3 million viewers on its second season premiere and is one of the highest grossing sales on iTunes, with "Glee" cast songs receiving more than 13 million digital single sales to date.
UK Guardian writer Sam Wollaston thanked the Almighty for "Glee's" February return saying, "…praise the Lord its back, at last there's something joyous on television for a man in a mid-winter midlife crisis to look forward to." Rob Owen of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette said that "Glee" is "delightful enough to qualify as a fall favorite."
Entertainment Weekly writer Ken Tucker was so confident in the success of "Glee" that he wrote that the show "blasts past any defenses you might put up against it."
The media love "Glee," calling the show a "quirky, sweet, humorous, nonpartisan funfest," and a "truly groundbreaking new comedy." But despite its quick wit and impressive following, "Glee" has a disgusting track record of underage drinking, one night stands, anti-conservative jabs, teen pregnancy, and smutty performances.