If you watched the first season of Netflix’s ’80s set wrestling comedy, GLOW, you were definitely charmed by its neon lit sense of humor. If you didn’t watch GLOW yet, well, what the hell are you waiting for? Its 10-episode first season was so easily binge-able, and perfectly walked the line between comedy and drama, with lots of fun 1980s references and some authentic wrestling detail thrown in for good measure.
Take every lighthearted, cult 80’s film from your youth and roll them into one, then inject the diverse casting and perspectives that all of those films were sorely missing, sprinkle on some amazing 80’s fashion and music, serve with some fearless subject matter (storylines covering miscarriage and abortion, misogyny, anxiety. Racism and infidelity) and you get GLOW!
Glow Season 3 Cast: Who’s in it?
Season 3 will most likely feature all the cast members of Season 2: Alison Brie as Ruth, Betty Gilpin as Debbie, and Marc Maron as Sam, Annabella Sciorra as Rosalie Biagi, the mother to the youngest of the GLOW girls, Wyatt Nash as Phil, a new cameraman for the late-1980s era GLOW wrestling show.
Glow Season 3 Plot: What is it about?