Sky1 Gets Glee

Sky 1 HD has picked up the tv rights to the next season of Glee.

The first two seasons were shown on e4, watched on average by 1.5 million viewers per episode.

Stuart Murphy, Director of Programmes, Sky1 HD, Sky1, 2 and Pick TV said: “Glee has been nothing short of a phenomenon and we’re thrilled to secure the future of the show for our customers with this life of series deal. It’s the perfect fit for Sky1 and we’re thrilled to be able to build on the success it has already achieved, and we hope our customers will be as chuffed and excited as we all are. This deal is part of a long-term commitment to investing in programming – both originated and acquired – that will continue to deliver the best choice, quality and value to our customers.”

Season 3 will air later this year.

Updated: Tuesday 14 June 2011
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