The Tweets About ‘GLOW’ Being Canceled By Netflix Are Full Of Anger

It’s a sad day for Netflix fans. Despite being beloved by a variety of viewers — even those who don’t dream of wrestling careers — GLOW isn’t getting a fourth and final season. The news spread across social media on Oct. 5, and the tweets about GLOW being canceled by Netflix proves fans are meeting this decision with full-on fury.

The show, which was first released in 2017, followed Ruth (Alison Brie), an actress living in Los Angeles in the ’80s who unexpectedly joins the world of women’s wrestling with twelve other Hollywood wannabes. The series was beloved not just for the well-developed plot (or the awesome fashion), but for being female forward both in front of and behind the camera.

The worst part is that this wasn’t how the show was supposed to go. GLOW was actually already filming its fourth season (and had completed shooting an entire episode) before production was suspended in the spring due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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