Hallelujah! There’s Finally a “Glee” For The GOP!

Love the Fox hit show “Glee”, but hate the lack of good Christian values and the fact that they keep having plots about teen pregnancy and gays?  Fear no more — ABC has just what you’re looking for!  “Hallelujah!”

Via the Examiner:

In a new interview, out today, Marc told TV Guide about his plans for “Hallelujah.”

“I’m calling it ‘Glee’ for conservative Republicans,” Cherry jokes in the interview. “It’s about a battle between a very good-hearted diner owner and the corrupt powerful businessman who runs the town. And in the middle of all this, a mysterious stranger arrives and miraculous things start happening.”

Hoping to make people feel good about humanity, the show promises plenty of gospel music in what can be described as “a cross between ‘Touched By An Angel’ and ‘Dallas.’”

The cast list has a host of never before seen characters like the “beautiful, hardworking daughter” or the sexy, “trouble-making” wife, and adds a mute child and a blind old black woman in for good measure.

In other words, it is not in any way shape or form like Glee.  Except maybe that people will sing on it.

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Gary Heck
Gary Heck6 years ago

The only thing I watch on Fox is football. Everything else is garbage. This new show sounds like especially smelly garbage.

Lynn C.
Lynn C6 years ago

Don't watch FOX anything - so couldn't care less.

Doug D.
Doug D6 years ago

Sounds pathetic and awful.

Judith Corrigan
Judith Corrigan6 years ago

Love Glee! Will not watch the other show though

Sue T.
Susan T6 years ago

This post is such BS.

I LOVE GLEE! Totally! and I am a conservative! BITE me Bitches! You cannot throw slushies in my conservative face!

I AM the Glee kids on Care 2.

I call foul!

Robert K.
Robert K6 years ago

I don't watch "Glee" as it is, why would I watch "Glee" as it isn't. I don't favor either side of the track of that type of program. My preference of shows are those that make you think for yourself, and provide information and educational opportunities that are not readily available locally, or movies from the 30's to the 50's.

John B.
John B6 years ago

Just what is needed on television more dead air space.

Norma V.
Norma Villarreal6 years ago

I haven't gotten around to watching Glee, period.

William Y.
William Y6 years ago

Just as unreal as reality television.

Jan N.
Jan N6 years ago

Doesn't he know that conservative Republicans would be rooting for the corrupt powerful businessman who runs the town?