GLOW's zanier second season ends with a huge change for the Netflix series. Season 3 promises to resemble the original 1980s camp classic even more!
GLOW season 2 sees the cast grow even larger. Here's who's who in Netflix's hit series about the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling, in and out of the ring.
Season 2 of Netflix’s GLOW brings a bigger storyline, more wrestling, and more comedy, asserting itself as one of the best things on TV right now.
The full trailer for season 2 of Netflix’s GLOW sees the ladies of professional wrestling dealing with tough opponents outside of the ring.
All the best movies and series coming to Netflix this June, including GLOW, Luke Cage, The Departed, In Bruges, He Named Me Malala and more.
The summer television season is nearly here, so get ready to spend some time indoors with the list of new and returning shows in the months ahead.
Netflix’s women’s wrestling comedy GLOW is back for a second season this summer as a new trailer delivers some dance moves and a premiere date.
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The 2018 Annual Golden Globe nominations are loaded with surprises and snubs, with films like The Shape of Water and The Post landing multiple nods.
Alison Brie shares the first look at her and Betty Gilpin on the set of GLOW season 2 as the Netflix series begins shooting again.
Netflix officially renews GLOW (Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling), its wrestling-based comedy series set in the '80s starring Alison Brie.
How Netflix nails the unlikable female lead in shows like Orange is the New Black and GLOW, and what went wrong with for Girlboss.
Netflix's new '80s wrestling drama GLOW, from Orange is the New Black creator Jenji Kohan, features some famous faces from the world of wrestling.
Netflix brings the '80s back to vivid neon life with its winning women's wrestling series GLOW, starring Alison Brie and Marc Maron.
Jenji Kohan (Orange is the New Black) has a new Netflix series called GLOW. Here's the true story behind the 80s wrestling group that inspired it!
A featurette for Netflix's GLOW highlights the female talent in front of and behind the camera, showing why the streaming service is so successful.
The female wrestling original series GLOW, as executive produced by Jenji Kohan, sees the release of its first official trailer.
From Dear White People to Anne With an E, here are the brand new shows that Netflix has lined up to stream in summer 2017.
New images and a synopsis have been released for Netflix's GLOW, starring Alison Brie and based on the infamous female wrestling league of the '80s.