Last January, Fox proposed a reality television show based on the success of "Glee," but that idea has now been officially scrapped, reports TV Guide. Co-creator Ryan Murphy has said that the producers are concentrating solely on season two and, therefore, the reality show is dead and buried.
There is reportedly a sense of relief among the "Glee" company about the decision because cast and creative staffs have been stretched with appearances on awards shows, the concert tour and promotions in general.
With the need for relief of stress from a tough work schedule and the inevitable effect of youthful hormones, Murphy also had to ban cast members from having sex in their trailers, TV Guide reported.
Additionally, it was announced that Fox may use the videos it received from potential contestants for possible guest appearances on "Glee" in the future.