|How 'Glee' Can Get Its Groove Back|
With ratings slipping, what can the show's creators do?
By Michaela Sinclair
OMGlee, we have a problem. Ratings are slipping, fans are worried what will happen to their favorite characters once they graduate high school, and some viewers are claiming that "Glee" has already jumped the shark after just three seasons. Creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk have been focusing on the success of their new television series, "American Horror Story," and poor "Glee" has been left out in the dark.
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This season, "Glee" has been a continual disappointment: Its characters have become unmotivated singing zombies, and don't even get us started on the serious lack of plot development. "Glee" has certainly lost its edge, but we have some suggestions on how it can get its groove back before Season 4.
"Glee" airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on FOX.