'Glee' Season 5 Spoilers: TRAILER for Finn's Tribute Episode Released Featuring Cast Coming Together in Mourning [VIDEO]

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The first trailer for the Cory Monteith memorial episode of Glee aired Thursday after the latest episode of the musical show.

The trailer features the students of McKinley High coming together with Finn's (Monteith) various memorabilia and decorating his old locker. There is a sense of mourning throughout the trailer as the students and faculty learn of Finn's untimely death.

Rachel (Lea Michele) sings Make You Feel My Love by Bob Dylan throughout the trailer. Enstars previously reported that Rachel, who was in a relationship with Finn throughout the show, would be singing this song as her only scene in the episode.

The episode is titled The Quarterback, named after Finn's position in football. In the trailer, the students of McKinley High are seen placing a football in front of his locker as well as drumsticks, which Finn would often use to play the drums throughout the series.

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Glee co-creator Ryan Murphy said that the episode was tough to film, both for the cast and the crew.

"It was rough, very rough," he said Thursday in a USA Today report. "But I'm very proud of it. I think the performances are quite stunning."

The episode was so emotionally difficult for production that they could not stop themselves from crying.

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"I've never seen a crew that can't continue shooting because they've left the room sobbing. It was very hard," Murphy continued. "I struggled even working on it, because what you're seeing is what they felt about not just Finn, but Cory. Everybody went into it with a lot of love."

The Quarterback will air on Thursday, Oct. 10 at 9 p.m. on Fox.

Watch the emotional trailer here:

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