'GLOW': Netflix Renews Women's Wrestling Comedy For Season 2


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

The Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling are set to return.

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.

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She eventually finds her place in a new women's wrestling show alongside her former best friend.

See the tweet for GLOW Season 2 below.

Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling, or GLOW, was a pretty big deal back in the eighties, and it looks like it's a big deal once again as Netflix comedy series, GLOW, has been renewed for a second season. Most reviewers praise the series not only for its glitzy, authentically hairspray-and-spandex-infused '80s vibe, but also for its uplifting overall message about empowerment and equality. The show, co-created by Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch and executive produced by "Orange Is the New Black" creator Jenji Kohanwill, will return for another 10 episodes. That means more headlocks, dropkicks, and professional tension fueled by the personal drama between its leading stars, Ruth "Zoya the Destroya" Wilder (Alison Brie) and Debbie "Liberty Belle" Eagan (Betty Gilpin).