Glee Season 5 production begins Monday August 5 and we now have a title for the premiere episode. It’s titled “Love Love Love, via GleekOutBrasil.
It’s a reference to the Beatles song, “All You Need is Love” and as Glee executive producer and co-creator, Ryan Murphy revealed, the first two episodes will serve as a tribute to the legendary Beatles.
UPDATE: Song spoiler #2 Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Blaine (Darren Criss) will sing “Got to Get You Into My Life” from the 1966 album, Revolver.
We also have a song spoiler. “You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away,” from the 1965 album and movie of the same title Help, will be a duet between Kitty (Becca Tobin) and Artie (Kevin McHale). Could there be a romance between these two? After all, they did come to an understanding, when Kitty nudged Artie to accept his offer at a Brooklyn film college.
Becca and music producer Alex Anders had a little tweet exchange on Thursday:
Also, there are rumors of a Klaine duet! That would be Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Blaine (Darren Criss) joining their voices in song. Will Blaine actually propose in the first episode as he was preparing to in the season 4 finale?
Alex tweeted this yesterday:
Some are speculating that the song is “Rock ‘n’ Roll Music,” a Chuck Berry cover the group recorded in 1964. But I’m thinking the show will stick to music written by the Beatles.
ETA: The song is “Got To Get You Into My Life” from the 1966 album, Revolver.
Also, don’t forget, in Glee world it will still be spring 2013, as the action is set to pick up where it left off–just after New Directions wins the Regionals competition.
The third episode will be a tribute to Cory Monteith, It will deal with the death of Finn Hudson, the character that Cory played before his tragic July 16 death, and will also include PSAs taped by cast members that will deal directly with the actor’s drug abuse. At the Television Critics Association tour in Beverly Hills on Thursday, FOX executives would not confirm whether or not Finn will die from a drug OD or something else.