And right now it's also one of the hottest topics.
"They’re definitely pushing the edge of the envelope” says Tom Mopin, NorthropHigh School’s Show Choir Director.
Glee is best known for the singing, but lately not everyone has been singing its praises.
Controversy surrounds a photoshoot featuring three Glee cast members.
It's for the November issue of GQ. Inside, you'll find racy photos of Lea Michele, who plays Rachel, and Dianna Agron, ho plays Quinn. Outside, you'll find the words "Glee Gone Wild."
"I think it's definitely pushed the envelope” says Northrop Show Choir member Serria Thomas.
Local show choir members admit to being devout 'Gleeks.' They say the photoshoot certainly is hot and heavy, but overall they aren't that bothered by it.
"I definitely think that in the position they're in they should be setting examples for high schoolers, but then again they're what 20, 30-years-old” says Northrop Show Choir member Lauren Patton.
Thomas says "if she (Michele) feels like flaunting her stuff in a magazine then I don't really know why sixth graders are reading GQ magazine."
Alex Leavell agrees. He says "I don't mind them. It's a guy magazine and it's for them."
The Parents Television Council disagrees. In a statement the PTC says the pictures were "disturbing."
GQ’s Editor-In-Chief, on the other hand, says "the actors aren't kids, they're in their twenties."
In real life Michele and Agron are 24-years-old. Cory Monteith is 28.
"They’re grown-ups. We see those kind of things in high school regardless of if our parent want us to” says Thomas.
It isn't just the photoshoot that has people buzzing. Recent episodes have featured sexual scenes and content. Many agree it's not suitable for kids, but they also say parents are ultimately responsible.
"If my son's watching something and I didn't want him to watch it, then I shut the TV off or change the channel” says Mopin.
Overall these ‘Gleeks’ agree that the show is over the top at times.
But that's what keeps them coming back for more.
“It's not what we see around here, but the kids also know it's a TV show” Mopin says.
The November issue of GQ hits newsstands October 26. You can catch an all new Glee this Tuesday at 8pm on FOX Fort Wayne.