GLOW Is Gonna Get Real Weird with It in Season 2

Slightly mo' money, many mo' problems.

That's where the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling are at when Netflix's acclaimed comedy GLOW picks up for Season 2. Their show is somewhat popular, enough so that they have weird fans who wait for them outside of the stage door in costume, but not popular enough that they're not in danger of being canceled and replaced with a men's wrestling show.

Plus, everybody is going through personal stuff like Debbie (Betty Gilpin) with her divorce, Sam's (Marc Maron) worsening drug addiction and Tammé (Kia Stevens) and Arthie's (Sunita Mani) increasing discomfort with the racist stereotypes their characters reinforce.

But the show must go on so they have to band together and lay the smackdown. If they're gonna go out, they're gonna go out on their own terms.

GLOW Season 2 premieres Friday, June 29 on Netflix.

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Comments (1)
Jun 12, 2018
LOVE Wrestling
Love Alison Brie
But really didn't see what was so good with this show

Egregious (not to mention BORING) characters
Terribly forced drama with Alison Brie and Betty Gilpin's characters
And very very slow 'plotting'

Sorry, but i won't be checking out season 2 - it's like LOVE (but not as fucking terrible)
Santa Clarita Diet is the only original comedy on Netflix i would write home about (AD doesn't technically count)