All new seasons of the American high school comedy, that has seen celebrity guest stars including Gwyneth Paltrow, Britney Spears and Olivia Newton-John, will be broadcasted on Sky. The channel shift from E4 to Sky 1 HD, pronounced that it comes following Channel 4 walked from discussions with Fox recently. Sources say Channel four did not wish to pay 'over the odds' for the programme, which attracted extra than two million viewers on E4. Glee was firstly shown on the channel in 2009 and season two would be to air tonight. The newest season will air in the autumn on Sky 1 HD. The Fox show has to date were scoop four Emmy awards, with the cast enjoying quite a few Best 40 hits with songs in the show.
Stuart Murphy, director of programs for Sky 1 HD, Sky 1, 2 and Pick TV, said with the move: 'Glee has been absolutely nothing brief of your phenomenon and we're thrilled to secure the way forward for the show for our viewers with this life-of-series deal.
'It's the perfect fit for Sky 1 and we're thrilled to have the ability to build on the success it's got already achieved, and now we hope our viewers is going to be as chuffed and excited as we all are.' Sky may also show The Glee Project in the coming months, a reality Television series to discover a singer to look in seven episodes of Glee later this year.