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Television PopWrapped | Television

"Glee" Has To Find A New Title In The UK Thanks To Cranky Comedy Owners

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07/22/2014 12:20 pm
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Lara Meier

Staff Writer


The hit TV show Glee has supposedly been stealing a comedy club chain's name in England, which now leads to the crazy news that the  favorite series of so many people has to change its name for those who are watching in the UK. There's only one season left, why can't they  just let it be?! After Comic Enterprises had sued Twentieth Century Fox telling them to re-name the show and Judge Roger Wyand decided that, because of the "likelihood of confusion", Twentieth Century Fox has to work in favor of Comic Enterprises. Although Fox tried to argue, the final statement is that "Glee" has to go and the company has to pay an interim amount of 100,000 pounds (roughly $170,000) because of damages; however, the final amount has yet to be decided on by the judges. What do you think? Do you find this to be intelligent, to change the name of the entire series just now before its 6th and last season? Do tell in the comments! Keep Up With PopWrapped On The Web!



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