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Glee Season One: Road To Sectionals DVD

Glee Season One: Road To Sectionals
Courtesy Of 20th Century Fox

Many a fan will be full of “glee” to hear that season one of their fave TV show is now available on DVD. Catch up on television’s hottest, funniest and most-talked-about new series with your very own copy of Glee: Road To Sectionals!


Once Upon A Time …

William McKinley High School used to have a champion glee club, but now it’s floundering. Luckily, Spanish teacher Mr. Morrison takes up the students’ cause and promises to transform the misfit group of singers and dancers into champions.


On Disc

Featuring the first 13 episodes, the Glee Season 1: Road To Sectionals DVD features the director’s cut of the pilot episode; exclusive behind-the-scenes featurettes; audition videos from the cast; and hit music from the show, including cast versions of the following songs:

  • Queen’s Somebody To Love
  • Heart’s Alone
  • Journey’s Don’t Stop Believin’
  • Celine Dion’s Taking Chances
  • Rihanna’s Take A Bow
  • Carrie Underwood’s Last Name
  • Kanye West’s Gold Digger
  • REO Speedwagon’s Can’t Fight This Feeling


Season One Episode Guides

Catch these episodes from the show on the DVD (four discs):

  • Pilot – director’s cut
  • Showmance
  • Acafellas
  • Preggers
  • The Rhodes Not Taken
  • Vitamin D
  • Throwdown!
  • Mash-Up
  • Wheels
  • Ballads
  • Hairography
  • Mattress
  • Sectionals


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