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ARE AT-HOME JOCKS READY FOR GLEE?

May 18, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

In an apparent effort to distance itself as far as possible from the likes of any potential wardrobe malfunction, Fox has given its hit new series Glee the plum post-Super Bowl time slot and, according to widespread accounts, also plans to mount the half-time period around performances by the cast. The choice, first reported by the New York Times, may come as a surprise to many who regard Glee — which follows a fictitious high-school glee club — as about as far removed from football as opposite goal lines are from one another. In a related matter, Glee, along with Modern Family, was honored with the prestigious Peabody Award on Monday. Fox also announced that Glee will air at 8:00 p.m. on Tuesdays beginning next season, followed by new comedies Raising Hope and Running Wilde. After the Super Bowl it will then switch to Wednesdays to make room for a new season of American Idol whose performance shows on Tuesdays will be lengthened to 90 minutes, while the results shows on Wednesday will be pared to 30 minutes.