GLOW is an American comedy-drama web television service released in 2017 by Netflix. Created by Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch, the story fictionalizes the 1980s Syndicated Women’s Professional Wrestling Circuit known as the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling (GLOW). David McLane founded the Wrestling Circuit.
Set in 1985, the show begins with the auditions for GLOW in Los Angeles. Alison Brie plays Ruth ‘Zoya the Destroya’, who is a struggling actress and auditions in the wrestling promotion for women. She clashes with the Director of GLOW Sam Sylvia, played by Marc Maron. The show deals with the professional and personal lives of the actresses. As a comedy-drama, the show tackles with genuine issues like workplace inequality as well as racism.
The first season with ten episodes released on 23rd June 2017. Subsequently, Netflix released the second and third seasons in 2018 and 2019, respectively. Netflix renewed the show for a fourth and final season on 20th September 2019.
Fans saw the ladies of GLOW taking their wrestling show to Las Vegas. The season ended with a cliffhanger, and so the fans were happy to know that the show will return. However, this will be the last time, according to the Netflix announcement. We do know that the creators had ideas that could have lasted more seasons, but the show will end on a high.
What to Expect from Glow Season 4?
After spending a year in Las Vegas, Debbie (Betty Gilpin) decides to join Bash and buy a TV Network. She tells Ruth that she is planning to create a new wrestling show with new characters. Debbie wants Ruth to direct and not be stuck in acting.
However, she tells Ruth that this is not what she wants, saying, “That’s your catapult, not mine.” Ruth boards the flight to go back home, leaving Debbie behind.
Season 4 is expected to arrive in late 2020, around August. The shooting had to begin in February, but with the pandemic crisis, fans will have to wait to see their favorite characters return to Netflix.