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  • Actors: Lea Michele, Matthew Morrison, Jane Lynch, Chris Colfer
  • Format: Box set, PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 20 Oct. 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (145 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00DHB3XBM
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,328 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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The fifth season of Glee finds Rachel at an impressive crossroads as she, Kurt and Santana take more bites out of the Big Apple. Meanwhile, back in Lima, the New Directions kids hope to win back-to-back Nationals, as the tragic passing of Finn and a potential baby for Will and Emma bring reminders of the preciousness of life. With its hugely popular guest stars, surprising plot twists and exhilarating musical numbers, the Emmy-winning Glee remains one of television's most acclaimed series ever!

Special features:

Glee in the City
Glee Music Jukebox
GLEEful: Celebrating 100 Epsiodes of Glee

Episode List:
Love, Love, Love
Tina in the Sky With Diamonds
Quarterback, The
Katy or a Gaga, A
End of Twerk, The
Movin' Out
Puppet Master
Previously Unaired Christmas
Frenemies
Trio
City of Angels
100
New Directions
New New York
Bash
Tested
Opening Night
Back-Up Plan, The
Old Dog, New Tricks
Untitled Rachel Berry Project, The


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Format: Blu-ray
I've been watching Glee for a couple of years and without a doubt it is one of my favourite shows on television. The first three seasons where pure gold - the best entertainment I could have possibly asked for. Lea Michele's Rachel is one of the best characters in TV history. However, after graduation occurred in season 3, I was a little apprehensive at the thought of the cast 'moving on'. My worries were put aside when I heard about the introduction of the New York storyline as I would get to follow my favourite characters after graduation. However season 4 quickly went downhill. Don't get me wrong, it wasn't all bad and there are quite a few stand out episodes, but the main problem was that the actual cast hardly got any screentime and the new characters who aren't even in the same league were getting about 70% of each episode. I felt like fast forwarding through the high school parts so that I could watch the New York storyline. I was hoping season 5 would improve the many mistakes that season 4 had created. I was devastated to hear of Cory Monteith's passing and was sure that the show couldn't move forward, but that actually was not the case, season five is head and shoulders better than season 4.

CONTAINS SOME SPOILERS
Season five starts really well with a double Beatles tribute and it's immediately clear that the writers have shifted the focus back to the characters we actually care about. The Cory Monteith tribute episode is heartbreaking but beautifully done. There are a few fillers here and there, not to mention probably the worst ever episode that Glee has done (Puppet Master), but the storylines are much better than the previous season's. From Episode 9 onwards is where the show really picks up.
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I've been watching Glee for a couple of years and without a doubt it is one of my favourite shows on television. The first three seasons where pure gold - the best entertainment I could have possibly asked for. Lea Michele's Rachel is one of the best characters in TV history. However, after graduation occurred in season 3, I was a little apprehensive at the thought of the cast 'moving on'. My worries were put aside when I heard about the introduction of the New York storyline as I would get to follow my favourite characters after graduation. However season 4 quickly went downhill. Don't get me wrong, it wasn't all bad and there are quite a few stand out episodes, but the main problem was that the actual cast hardly got any screentime and the new characters who aren't even in the same league were getting about 70% of each episode. I felt like fast forwarding through the high school parts so that I could watch the New York storyline. I was hoping season 5 would improve the many mistakes that season 4 had created. I was devastated to hear of Cory Monteith's passing and was sure that the show couldn't move forward, but that actually was not the case, season five is head and shoulders better than season 4.

CONTAINS SOME SPOILERS
Season five starts really well with a double Beatles tribute and it's immediately clear that the writers have shifted the focus back to the characters we actually care about. The Cory Monteith tribute episode is heartbreaking but beautifully done. There are a few fillers here and there, not to mention probably the worst ever episode that Glee has done (Puppet Master), but the storylines are much better than the previous season's. From Episode 9 onwards is where the show really picks up.
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This DVD is amazing such a great price and got it next day cheaper than seasons 4 when I got it very happy with the bonus content and the 6 CDs with the episodes on I'm so happy this is the best DVD so far glee top product must buy for Christmas or any glee fans.
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By Mr. D. L. Rees TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 27 April 2015
Format: DVD
Emotions run high in this Fifth Season. Those who graduated from McKinley have a bumpy ride as they strive to succeed in the world beyond. Those about to graduate are nervous about what may lie ahead. The Glee Club (as ever) is under threat. The show also has to pay a fitting tribute to much missed Cory Monteith. This it does movingly in Episode 3 and later on, the team dedicating its performance in the Nationals to Finn's memory.

Strengths remain very much with Will's continuing attempts to give the school's misfits opportunities to blossom, they able to express themselves in song and dance. Weaknesses, sadly, are when the show transfers completely to New York - those final episodes seeming cobbled together, storylines often tacky and embarrassing. Some may find Rachel insufferable, she even more self-centred than usual.

Highlights are the occasional inspired lunacy - ludicrous but entertaining. Sue is Principal, her predecessor disgraced and now janitor (she having planted in his office pornographic magazines and an autographed copy of "Mein Kampf"). For her Genghis Khan was a Civil Rights leader. She stalks the corridors accompanied by "Omen"-style music, her one-liners, as always, devastating. It is as though the creators have gathered together criticisms pinpointing the show's many absurdities and given them to her to say. The result is very funny indeed. (Savour also her two dances with Will, in one of them they doing an Astaire and Rogers. Great.)

20 episodes, including the first airing of a Christmas special previously shelved. As always, energetic song and dance numbers are inventively staged (admittedly often linked with the flimsiest of storylines). Jukebox bonuses allow instant replay of favourites.
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