When a High School Spanish teacher, Will Schuester, becomes the director of the school's failing Glee club, New Directions, he hopes to be able to rejuvenate it. The club competes in the choir competition circuit. It's been called "a High School Musical for adults", the series follows the club and its mixture of oddball members as they try and restore it to its former glory. It is a musical comedy in which the eager and ambitious students not only compete to win the Nationals, but also have to deal with the tough and cruel realities of their school, McKinley High. At the same time, Will is trying to rejuvenate his failing love life whilst preventing the school's cheer leading coach Sue Sylvester from sabotaging the choir.
Did You Know?
The high school is named after William McKinley, Jr., who was the twenty-fifth President of the United States (serving between his inauguration on March 4, 1897, and his death by assassination on September 14, 1901. McKinley was one of eight U.S. Presidents to have come from Ohio, the state in which this show is set. See more
Referenced in Studio C: Episode #6.8
Don't Fail Me
Performed by Calvin Goldspink See more