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  • Actors: Matthew Morrison, Lea Michele, Jane Lynch, Cory Monteith, Chris Colfer
  • Writers: Ryan Murphy
  • Format: AC-3, Box set, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: September 14, 2010
  • Run Time: 407 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003RWSC3K
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #99,278 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Glee: Season 1, Vol. 2 - Road to Regionals" on IMDb

Special Features

The first two discs have Glee music jukeboxes.
Disc three has:
Glee music juke box
Glee sing-along karaoke
Staying in step with Glee
Sue's corner
Bite their style: Dress like your favorite Gleek
Behind the scenes of the Madonna episode
Making of a showstopper

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From Ryan Murphy, the creator of "Nip/Tuck“ comes a musical comedy that follows an optimistic high school teacher as he tries to transform the Glee Club and inspire a group of outcasts to make it to Nationals.


Glee: Season One, Vol. 2--Road to Regionals represents the final nine episodes of Glee's premiere season. These episodes began airing in April 2010, ending the musical-comedy-drama's four-month hiatus and restoring its place as the most talked-about show on television. Will (Matthew Morrison) and Emma (Jayma Mays) discover that starting a relationship isn't quite as easy as they expected, and the budding match between Rachel (Lea Michele) and Finn (Cory Monteith) also hits some snags, mostly in the person of Jesse St. James (Jonathan Groff), a defector from Vocal Adrenaline who takes an interest in Rachel. And speaking of the rival group, with sectionals over and regionals coming up, Will meets their coach, Shelby Corcoran (Idina Menzel), and then April Rhodes (Menzel's Wicked costar, Kristin Chenoweth) returns to complicate Will's life even further. Mercedes (Amber Riley) and Kurt (Chris Colfer) make an unexpected choice, Sue (Jane Lynch) meets and makes a music video with guest star Olivia Newton-John, and the club performs in the regionals in the emotion-packed finale, called "Journey" both for the music that first put them on the map and for the long road they took to get there.

Music-wise, the quality remains high. "The Power of Madonna" is a complete episode showcasing the music of the Material Girl, and Lady Gaga songs are featured in a later episode, "Theatricality." Chenoweth sparkles on a duet with Morrison of "One Less Bell to Answer" and "A House Is Not a Home," and in one sensational episode directed by Joss Whedon, guest star Neil Patrick Harris sings "Dream On" with Morrison, Menzel and Michele sing "I Dreamed a Dream," and Artie (Kevin McHale) performs "Safety Dance." The season finale is an explosion of classic Journey and Queen during the competition, and tenderness afterward. While some people may only watch Glee's musical numbers, it's knowing the characters behind the songs that gives them their emotional punch, a major reason the show resonated with audiences so well during its first season. Long may it run. --David Horiuchi

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The DVD's work great.
That said, Glee will never earn less than five stars from me!
Susan Tunis
Can't wait for season 2 to come out (on dvd)!!!
Christopher M. Clark

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88 of 93 people found the following review helpful By Sean Curley on June 16, 2010
Format: DVD
"Glee" was a risky proposition when it debuted: the musical format had never really worked before on TV ("Fame" the arguable exception), despite many, many attempts (indeed, the musical genre as a whole has declined somewhat outside of theatre, though the 2000s saw a resurgence on film). But it did work here, and the show's original thirteen-episode commitment (collected in "Glee: Season One, Vol. 1 - Road to Sectionals") was extended to a full 22-episode season. These nine episodes debuted some months after the original run, and at least a few viewers mistook them for a formal second season, but that's not technically true. We're still in sophmore year at William McKinley High School. Spoilers follow.

The first volume ended with the kids' triumph at Sectionals against the odds, giving the club some breathing room, but, as they find out in episode 14, not a whole lot. And, contrary to what less-popular students like Rachel (Lea Michele) had expected and hoped for, winning at Sectionals hasn't resulted in any dramatic improvement in their social standing back at school, which is as cartoonishly hostile as ever. The ensuing nine episodes cover the period between Sectionals and the Regionals contest, as our main characters grapple with a wide variety of personal issues, and, of course, sing a lot. The season includes a notable innovation for the show, the single-artist-themed episode: "The Power of Madonna", focussing on the works of, well, Madonna (episode 20 is often called the "Lady Gaga" episode, but they only do two songs of hers there; they did as many by KISS in the same episode). This is one of my personal favourites.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Susan Tunis TOP 500 REVIEWER on October 11, 2010
Format: DVD
If you are reading this review, you, my friend, are a Gleek. Not only are you considering purchasing the series on DVD, clearly you couldn't wait and purchase the entire season at once. Believe me, I understand. Anyway, as we are all Gleeks here, I don't need to tell you all the reasons why this show is great, but if you're anything like me, you might want a little more info on the DVD extras.

The good news is that if you purchase season one in two volumes, you'll get all the same extras as the Complete Season 1 DVDs. Here's a detailed breakdown on the extras included with Season 1, Volume 2:

Glee Music Jukebox: This is a feature that allows you to skip directly to all the musical numbers on each DVD. You can let them play in order or just play them on shuffle. It's a nice feature missing from the Season 1, Volume 1 DVDs.

Glee Sing Along Karaoke: (10:20) Here you have four songs from the series that can be played either with full vocals or only back-up vocals. Lyrics play on the screen karaoke-style. The four numbers are "Alone" (1:36), "Somebody to Love" (2:51), "Keep Holding On" (2:32), and "Don't Stop Believin'" (3:22).

Staying in Step with Glee: (6:20) Here, choreographer Zach Woodlee and assistant choreographer Brook Lipton, along with four of the Vocal Adrenaline dancers, teach the choreography for the Amy Winehouse "Rehab" number step by step.

Bite Their Style: Dress Like Your Favorite Gleek: (8:52) Costume designer Lou Eyrich discusses the personal styles of Rachel, Kurt, Mercedes, and Quinn.

Unleashing the Power of Madonna: (10:37) Cast and producers are joined by music supervisor P.J.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Edward C. Clarity on September 15, 2010
Format: DVD
This review is for the entire "Glee - Season One". I had DVR recorded all the musical numbers as the show was aired. I could watch the episodes over a few times, but the musical numbers I could watch endlessly. I never buy DVDs of television shows, but the "Glee Music Juke Box" feature sold me on it. The last three discs (Road to Regionals) have this incredible feature, but the first four (Road to Sectionals) don't. You would think they would at least chapter index the musical numbers like they do on regular movie musical DVDs. The musical numbers are very hard to locate. I still think it's worth it, but hope they continue with the "Glee Music Juke Box" feature in the future. "Glee" has been a long awaited treat for someone like me who loves musicals and pop music. I would easily give 5 stars for the show, but I am subtracting 1 star for the DVD collection for not upgrading the first four discs with the mentioned feature.
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I hate and despise musicals. My favorite is Moulin Rouge with Nicole Kidman. otherwise, I am NOT a fan of CHICAGO etc... I wasn't sure what to make of GLEE before I saw the first episode. I read how it dealt with social issues etc... online.
Hooked from episode one based on their rendition of Journey's "don't stop believing." Their version was just as intense as Journey's original version. The characters all added something to high school as I remembered in 1987-1991.
Except there is more tolerance in this show than I ever remembered in my 4 years of high school. The writers put a lot of thought into serious matter such as gay student being harassed by jocks, down syndrome girl being accepted into cheerleading, popular cheerleader ends up with baby etc....
Very pleasureable to watch! Can't wait for season 2 to come out (on dvd)!!!
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this doesn't tell you if it has special features
no. http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/news/Glee-Season-1-Volume-2/13926
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