Discovery+ and ID are looking to explore the many behind-the-scenes controversies and tragedies of Fox’s Glee in a new docuseries, Deadline reported.

The upcoming three-part docuseries will see key cast and crew members share their first-hand stories of working on Glee, which aired six seasons from 2009 to 2015.

It will include never-heard-before stories and is expected to showcase the highs and lows of production, which have become infamous since the end of the series seven years ago.

This will include the case of Mark Selling, who starred as Noah “Puck” Puckerman on Glee, who took his own life after he pleaded guilty to possessing images of child sex abuse.

Lea Michele, who played Rachel Berry, is also expected to be a focus of the docuseries given that the Funny Girl star has faced numerous accusations of creating a toxic work environment on set.

The deaths of Cory Monteith and Naya Rivera are also set to be highlighted by the series.

Monteith died after an accidental heroin overdose during the show’s production in 2013, with Rivera passing away during a boating trip in 2020.

Glee was created by Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan and received generally favourable reviews from critics during its run.