Netflix's 'GLOW' Steps Back in the Ring With Season 2 Teaser

Netflix's 'GLOW' Steps Back in the Ring With Season 2 Teaser

Netflix's 'GLOW' Steps Back in the Ring With Season 2 Teaser

GLOW's impact on professional wrestling is easy to see even today; the league was the first to place female wrestlers squarely in the spotlight and elevated ringside antics to new heights.

GLOW, aka the Gorgeous Ladies Of Wrestling, now has one season on the streaming service and ever since it was released back in June, audiences have continued to fall in love with it. The series, set in the 1980s Los Angeles follows struggling actress Ruth Wilder (Alison Brie) who becomes a wrestler on a weekly series in a final bid for stardom.

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The announcement was made on the show's official Twitter account, with a brief message reading: "Here we #GLOW again..."

Thier original shows and films are becoming extremely popular and one show that seemed to really win the hearts of viewers was GLOW.

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Netflix didn't mention anything about when GLOW Season 2 will premiere, but we're hoping we get it right around the start of the summer in 2018.

The show dramatised the story of David McLane's campy "Gorgeous Ladies Of Wrestling" promotion from the 1980's, and was created by Kenji Kohan, who also produced the popular Orange Is The New Black series for Netflix. "For now, GLOW is just a solid concept for what's to come".

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