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The Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling are about to hang up their boots after one more run of shows.has its '80s-set dramedy GLOW for a fourth and final season.
The third seasonand shifted the action from Los Angeles (where the wrestlers had their own TV show) to Las Vegas, where they became an attraction at a casino. Without giving anything away, the finale pointed to another major shift in the dynamic, and while it wasn't exactly a cliffhanger ending, it's good to know one of Netflix's best shows will get a proper sendoff.
The show won its second Emmyfor stunt coordination, while Betty Gilpin is among the supporting actress in a comedy nominees for Sunday's Primetime Emmys. Netflix hasn't revealed when you'll get to see the final batch of GLOW episodes. However, judging by previous seasons, you might expect it to make a splash on your TV (or phone or tablet) again next summer.
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The "GLOW" series renewed for a fourth and final season on Netflix
Alison Brie will return in the shoes of Ruth "Zoya the Destroyer" Wilder in a final season of "GLOW". Netflix should offer the epilogue of its current series 2020.
This will be their last round. Alison Brie, Betty Gilpin and Marc Maron will return to the ring for a fourth and final season of "GLOW". The Netflix comedy will mark the end of its adventure three years after its launch on the video-on-demand platform that took place in June 2017.
One of her main actresses, Alison Brie, also known for her role in the comedy "Community ", expressed his enthusiasm and appreciation for this fourth season given by the American giant by posting a tribute video on his Instagram account:" Excited to announce that GLOW will be back for a fourth and final season! 'Would have liked never to say goodbye to these characters, but I'm so grateful to have another round with our incredible team,' she explained in the caption.
Expected in the course of the year 2020, the fourth season will surely consist of ten episodes as the previous ones. The first two bursts were broadcast in June 2017 and 2018 on Netflix while the third was unveiled last August.
Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch, co-creators of the series, will return as showrunners of the series as well as writers and executive producers. Sydelle Noel, Kate Nash, Britney Young, Gayle Rankin, Kia Stevens, Sunita Mani, Jackie Tohn, Kimmy Gatewood, Britt Baron, Rebekka Johnson, Ellen Wong, Chris Lowell, Marianna Palka, Shakira Barrera and Bashir Salahuddin complete the rest of the cast from the Serie.
"GLOW" tells the story of Ruth Wilder, played by Alison Brie, an unemployed actress who tries to get back on the scene by taking part in a new unconventional show featuring women in the world of wrestling. In the third season, unveiled on August 9 on Netflix, the story followed these "Gorgeous Ladies Of Wrestling" to Las Vegas where they won a contract to become the new headliners of a show of a hotel-casino. After success, these women must be careful not to confuse their life in the ring with their true identity away from the lights.
Named to the Emmy Awards fifteen times since its launch in 2017, the "GLOW" series has only won three trophies for the time being.
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