Audition information for The Glee Project.
And in true Ryan Murphy fashion, it’s not what you’d expect and is completely excessive.
Click through to see who scored an arc on Glee.
Gross. I think the slushie thing is officially over.
Just 455,000 folks tuned in for Sunday’s 70-minute premiere; in the key demo of adults 18 to 49, the tune-in was just 211,000.
Rough. As Vulture points out scheduling the premiere against the Tonys and the NBA finals may not have been the best move. I’ll chalk it up to the fact that the show is on Oxygen.
Oxygen’s upcoming reality series The Glee Project, which launches June 12 and will select one of the 12 for a seven-episode arc on the show in season 3. Glee co-creator Ryan Murphy has said that if a guy is chosen, the role will likely be a love interest for diva character Mercedes (Amber Riley).
Full details on the cast at EW. I’m only starting realize now how ass backwards this is. There is no way that casting before writing a character isn’t going to feel forced.
Oxygen Media is looking for the next potential Glee star. The network announced the dates and locations of the open casting calls for its upcoming reality series The Glee Project via press release. The series will premiere in June 2011 and follow aspiring performers as they compete for the chance to win an upcoming multi-episode role on Glee‘s third season. The casting calls kick off Dec. 18 and 19 in Chicago, and resume in Dallas on Jan. 8 and 9. According to the release, Oxygen is searching for “talented young men and women with strong vocal, acting, dancing abilities and big personalities.” The network also notes, “musical theater experience is a plus, but not required.”
For all of you who auditioned on Myspace and thought that would actually go somewhere. Here’s your chance to try again?