GLOW (2017– )

TV Series   |  TV-MA   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Sport


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A look at the personal and professional lives of a group of women who perform for a wrestling organization in Los Angeles during the 1980s.

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8.1/10
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  • Britt Baron at an event for GLOW (2017)
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  • Alison Brie and Britney Young at an event for GLOW (2017)
  • Betty Gilpin and Britt Baron at an event for GLOW (2017)
  • Alison Brie in GLOW (2017)

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Creators:

Liz Flahive, Carly Mensch

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28 June 2017 | jackthehack
8
| A GLOW-rious beginning
GLOW is loosely based on the actual GLOW (Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling) TV show which was a cheesy but charming women's wrestling show which ran for four seasons in the late 80s.

This is a really funny, heartwarming and sometimes exciting show. It is a very good combination of characters and wrestling. As a lifelong pro wrestling fan, the show successfully shows wrestling for being fun without making fun of it. I could have appreciated more insight into how hard it is to be a wrestler especially taking bumps which take a toll on the body. That being said, it does a very good job showing the people and getting us behind them. They are flawed people but likable and ultimately, you root for their success.

The performances are uniformly excellent. Alison Brie is a capable lead who keeps the movie centered. Marc Maron, as the frustrated but deep down decent cokehead director does a fabulous job. Betty Gilpin as the slightly arrogant former soap opera star is brilliant especially since she has a lot of emotional scenes. I loved the wrestler cameos which I will keep a secret.

To conclude, the show is a wonderful love letter to wrestling fans. It would have been convenient to mock wrestling as stupid and dumb but the show avoids that pitfall. For new fans, it would serve as a good conduit into the crazy world of wrestling and for wrestling fans, it shows a simpler era where we were not smarks who picked apart every booking decision. Highly recommended!

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