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Glee's Cory Monteith Farewell Episode Gets a Promo Poster

Glee's Cory Monteith Farewell Episode Gets a Promo Poster

Glee will be returning for its fifth season tonight and the show’s upcoming farewell episode to its late star Cory Monteith just got a brand new promo poster.

“The hardest word to say is ‘goodbye,’” the tagline on the poster reads along with a black and white image of Cory‘s face. The episode will be the third one of the season and will air on Thursday, October 10 at 9/8c on Fox.

The season’s first two episodes begin this evening with the first part of the Beatles tribute. Check out a bunch of the promo photos below!

WILL YOU WATCH tonight’s season premiere of Glee?

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12 Responses to “Glee's Cory Monteith Farewell Episode Gets a Promo Poster”

  1. 1
    jessy Says:

    He is greatly missed ! his death is still unbelievable :’( Rest in peace Cory you are remembered <3

  2. 2
    Javi Says:

    I still can’t believe it…

  3. 3
    missing Says:

    Beautiful poster, it still sounds weird and unreal

  4. 4
    Anny Says:

    they are milking this big time

  5. 5
    Lea Michele Says:

    They need to let him RIP. You’re right about the milking part. I’ve grieved him and so have others. Please leave him alone.

  6. 6
    Sophia Says:

    The show was sinking faster than the Titanic so now they’re being disrespectful little f**ks and promoting this tribute episode left and right to get attention. What’s next? Cory action figurines from FOX? Gross.

  7. 7
    anna Says:

    How is this milking it? Cory love Glee, the show its cast and crew. And they loved him and they are just trying to do something in memory of him. People do something to commemorate deceased loved ones all the time and this seems totally appropriate. Its going to be heartbreaking to watch but I am sure it will be a lovely heart felt tribute. RIP Cory

  8. 8
    Red Head Says:

    Death tributes should be a private affair. The public doesn’t need to see celebrities expressing their grief.

  9. 9
    living in the box Says:

    have you wonder why diana agron didn’t want to do the tribute episode? maybe she didn’t agree with how they handle cory death. everyone knows diana admire cory but that **** face, lea want to be all about her. if you think about it cory,diana and lea is the first who join the glee club. now she don’t want to do the tribute.

  10. 10
    Bill Says:

    I am so damned sick of hearing about it I’m turning off Glee. It’s a shame a young man who got so lucky to work in acting and gain wealth (he was no great actor) ruined his life through self destruction and ended up laying on a floor dead with a needle in his arm shooting up heroin. A real shame. But to glorify it and make him out to be a fallen hero for being a drug addict… Screw Glee. There’s other shows to enjoy. This has past being disgusting.

  11. 11
    Dingus Says:

    Well, at least he died doing what he loved…

  12. 12
    Paul Says:

    I hope the original cast is brought in for his tribute. I do NOT want to see the new characters mourn Finn. I want to see the people who made Glee a hit return. I hated the premiere because they not only failed to mention Finn, but also Mike, Quinn, Britney, and Puck, who were characters that have been around since the first season. And I am just not a fan of Blaine and Sam, so I doubt I will continue watching after Cory’s tribute. I just can’t deal with seeing those two lead the glee club.

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