GLOW (2017– )

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


Season 3 Premiere
2019

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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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  • Britt Baron at an event for GLOW (2017)
  • Kia Stevens in GLOW (2017)
  • Sydelle Noel in GLOW (2017)
  • Betty Gilpin and Britt Baron at an event for GLOW (2017)
  • Liz Flahive at an event for GLOW (2017)

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Creators:

Liz Flahive, Carly Mensch

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25 August 2017 | dmacmelville-270-465862
10
| So, I had to write this cuz there are some nasty reviews here
I don't typically write reviews anymore because, who cares, really. It's just that I've seen some really lame-ass reviews for this show, so I had to chime in. In a world were people are going ballistic that Tim Allen's last opus to moronic men was canceled, shows like GLOW give me hope.

The writing is sharp - funny and moving. The characters are all well drawn with each having clear and distinct personalities. The music, costumes, sets are all authentic-feeling and look just great. And the actors ... wow! These folks are all perfect in their roles. Brie and Maron are almost too awesome. I see awards attention for them - or at least hope I do. Gilpin and the other beautiful, fabulous ladies are all perfect. Each episode you find yourself loving somebody new. Even Bash and Florian.

This show is funny, it's heart-felt, it's energetic, it's wicked fun! Netflix should be proud, they're doing some really good things and this is definitely one of them.

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