Roar is an 8 part anthology series. Each story is about a woman and a pointed women’s issue. The list of women in front of and behind the camera is compelling and should convince you to take a look at the series.Continue Reading: Review: Roar, a celebration of women
Season 3 of GLOW was a bit less about the body slamming and a little more about character development. People who are more interested in women in skimpy outfits tossing each other about may be a little disappointed. People who are more interested in the women and their stories may be rewarded for their patience after two seasons of waiting.
I’m in the second group. I was happy to get to know the women of GLOW – and the men – a little better. There was considerable character growth this season.Continue Reading: Review: GLOW, season 3
GLOW moves to Las Vegas for season 3. We’ll see our favorite lady wrestlers body slam and trash talk in a new location starting on August 8 on Netflix.Continue Reading: Watch This: Trailer for GLOW, season 3
GLOW is the thing you need right now. It has a great cast, the stunts and wrestling scenes are fabulous, the stories are half-crazed and fun, and it still manages to be real and serious and down to earth. Season 2 is waiting for you on Netflix. Continue Reading: Review: GLOW, season 2
Season 1 of the Netflix Original comedy GLOW wasn’t a total romp. It had plenty of serious moments. The overall impact, however, is one of R rated campy fun and female empowerment via headlocks and body slams. Continue Reading: Review: Season 1 of GLOW
GLOW begins June 23 on Netflix. Before we talk about stars, take a look a who’s making this comedy.
GLOW is executive produced by Liz Flahive (Homeland, Nurse Jackie), Carly Mensch (Orange is the New Black, Nurse Jackie), Jenji Kohan (Orange is the New Black, Weeds) and Tara Herrmann (Orange is the New Black). These women have all made me very happy in the past. I’m trusting them with my future and GLOW.Continue Reading: Watch This: Trailer for GLOW