Believe it or not, Glee was still on, and last night it said farewell in a big, heartfelt, musical way—we wouldn't expect anything less. Spoilers ahead, obviously, if you are one of the two people still following the plot. The cast paid tribute to its late star Cory Monteith with a rousing version of "Don't Stop Believin'" and Lea Michele and Chris Colfer did a pretty great "Popular" from Wicked (though we're partial to this version).
Oh, and they jump ahead to Rachel winning a Tony award in the future (no comment) and Sue Sylvester becoming a politician (makes total sense) and everyone else literally lives happily ever after. Here's another number from the last episode of Glee, which ran for six seasons from 2009-2015.