Drug-Dealing Robot And Wrestling Make Trailer For Netflix's Comedy Series GLOW A Must Watch
GLOW is looking for some unconventional women.
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This June, Netflix will debut its newest series GLOW--the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling, which follows a small wrestling federation made up entirely of women. The streaming service revealed the first trailer for the show, which you can check out above.
The series follows Ruth (Alison Brie), an out-of-work actor, who joins a new women's wrestling federation. It is made up of big personalities and a former soap opera star (Betty Gilpin) who left work to have a child but found out her home life isn't what she thought it would be. Comedian Marc Maron plays Sam Sylvia, a B-movie director turned person in charge of GLOW.
Creators Liz Flahive (Nurse Jackie) and Carly Mensch (Weeds) will be showrunners. Jenji Kohan (Orange is the New Black) will serve as executive producer.
While GLOW was a real-world syndicated show during the '80s, the new series will be a fictionalized version of the events, characters, and world. The original show ran for four seasons from 1986-1990. Since 2001, GLOW saw a revival while owned and operated by Ursula Hayden.
The first season of GLOW will run 10 episodes and debuts on Netflix on June 23, 2017.