The Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling is up for one last show. Here's what to expect for GLOW's season finale.
The Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling are up for one more grand fighting show in the ring as GLOW has been officially renewed for season 4.
Albeit, this sweet announcement comes with a bitter side-note as this will also be the last season for the series.
Here's what's next for GLOW.
A lot has changed in the lives of Ruth, Debbie, and the other female cast since they first met in the wrestling ring for Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling (GLOW) in season 1. We've seen how the girl's lives have changed with GLOW's director Sam Sylvia guiding their careers through the succeeding seasons.
In season 3, the team had taken a significant career leap after they took their wrestling show to Las Vegas. Season 3 ended with a bit of a cliffhanger, so fans and showrunners themselves were hoping that Netflix would approve season 4.
Speaking to Hollywood Reporter, creator Liz Flahive says: "We have a full story to tell and whether or not we're idiots for not giving ourselves an ending this season remains to be seen (laughs),"
In season 3, we saw Debbie going behind her boyfriend JJ's back to buy a TV network and team up with Bash.
Debbie plans to make Bash the president of the TV network. She's also planning to create a new wrestling show with new characters since they don't have the legal rights to GLOW. As everyone starts heading home for Christmas, Debbie approached Ruth and tells her about the plan.
Debbie wants Ruth to direct the new show saying this will be a "catapult into our future."
Despite recent setbacks in Ruth's career, she turned down Debbie's offer stating, "That's your catapult, not mine."
Will Debbie continue with her plans without Ruth? Will their friendship fall out? What would happen with the other girls in the casts? We're expecting season 4 to wrap everything up.
As of this writing, there is still no official announcement about when GLOW is coming to Netflix.
Season 3 aired on August 9, 2019, with its official trailer dropping on June 17, 2019. People were speculating that season 4 would drop around the same time next year, but with the Coronavirus pandemic disrupting filming schedules worldwide, this may not be possible.
Shooting for season 4 was initially scheduled to start on February 18, and end on May 27.
The team was forced to halt productions in March.
We're expecting to see the main cast return for season 4. Marc Maron has already been confirmed to return as GLOW's director Sam Sylvia. Kate Nash is also confirmed to reprise her role as Rhonda. Other cast members we are expecting to see are Betty Gilpin as Debbie, Britt Baron as Justine, Chris Lowell as Bash, is Lowell as Bash, and Sydelle Noel as Cherry, among others.
We are still unsure whether Geena Davis will come back as Sandy Devereaux St Clair together with Kevin Cahoon as Bobby Barnes and Britney Young as Carmen.
Trailers usually drop a month, leading to a show's premiere. With no release date confirmed yet, we are still unable to give an expected date.