One of the best new TV shows of the summer is officially coming back.
GLOW was created by Liz Flahive (Homeland, Nurse Jackie) and Carly Mensch (Nurse Jackie, Orange Is The New Black), who act as showrunners, and is based on the real-life GLOW series.
The show has been cleared for a second run of 10 episodes, meaning more over-the-top characters like "Zoya The Destroya", "The Welfare Queen" (played by ex-WWE star Kia Stevens) and Marc Maron's cynical portrayal of director Sam Sylvia.
The second season, according to Netflix, will consist of 10 episodes and will likely see the return of Alison Brie who stars as Ruth Wilder an out-of-work actress struggling to make a career, though this hasn't been confirmed. While many aspects of GLOW live on in some of the more cartoonish aspects of today's wrestling leagues, the league failed to attract a wide audience and only lasted four seasons.
Thier original shows and films are becoming extremely popular and one show that seemed to really win the hearts of viewers was GLOW.
What do you guys think of the news about GLOW season 2?
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