"GLOW" is an American comedy-drama television series directed by Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch.
The starring cast includes Alison Brie, Betty Gilpin, Sydelle Noel, Britney Young, Marc Maron, Britt Baron, Kate Nash, Gayle Rankin, Kia Stevens, Jackie Tohn and others.

Here are "GLOW" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.

Trailer

Is there a trailer for GLOW TV series?

Netflix on Tuesday, July 30, 2019 released the trailer for "GLOW" you can watch here:
GLOW | Season 2 Recap | Netflix.

Plot summary

What is GLOW TV series plot?

Here is a short review of "GLOW" TV series plot summary.

In Los Angeles in 1985, Ruth Wilder, a struggling actress, auditions along with many other women in a fledgling professional wrestling promotion called the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling (GLOW). Traditionally minded in her approach to acting and highly idealistic, she clashes with GLOW's director Sam Sylvia (Marc Maron) due to his cynical demeanor and often unconventional work style. Ruth discovers early on that Sylvia has employed her former best friend, retired soap opera actress Debbie Eagan to star in the show. Ruth and Debbie had fallen out with one another after Ruth had an affair with Debbie's husband, Mark, who Debbie then divorced. The tension between the two women promises either to make or break the developing show. The series follows the personal and professional lives of the fictional show's numerous cast and crew as they navigate the 1980s in Southern California and Southern Nevada.

Cast

Who plays who in the GLOW TV series?

Here is the full cast and characters of "GLOW" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Alison Brie  as Ruth "Zoya the Destroya" Wilder
Betty Gilpin  as Debbie "Liberty Belle" Eagan
Sydelle Noel  as Cherry "Junkchain"/"Black Magic" Bang
Britney Young  as Carmen "Machu Picchu" Wade
Marc Maron  as Sam Sylvia
Britt Baron  as Justine "Scab" Biagi (seasons 2 - 3; recurring season 1)
Kate Nash  as Rhonda "Britannica" Richardson (seasons 2 - 3; recurring season 1)
Gayle Rankin  as Sheila "The She Wolf" (seasons 2 - 3; recurring season 1)
Kia Stevens  as Tammรฉ "The Welfare Queen" Dawson (seasons 2 - 3; recurring season 1)
Jackie Tohn  as Melanie "Melrose" Rosen (seasons 2 - 3; recurring season 1)
Chris Lowell  as Sebastian "Bash" Howard (season 3; recurring seasons 1 - 2)
Bashir Salahuddin  as Keith Bang
Sunita Mani  as Arthie "Beirut the Mad Bomber" Premkumar
Rich Sommer  as Mark Eagan
Ellen Wong  as Jenny "Fortune Cookie" Chey
Kimmy Gatewood  as Stacey "Ethel Rosenblatt"/"Ozone" Beswick
Rebekka Johnson  as Dawn "Edna Rosenblatt"/"Nuke" Rivecca
Marianna Palka  as Reggie "Vicky the Viking" Walsh
Andrew Friedman  as Glen Klitnick
Alex Rich  as Florian Becker
Ravil Isyanov  as Gregory
Shakira Barrera  as Yolanda "Junkchain" Rivas
Victor Quinaz  as Russell Barroso
Elizabeth Perkins  as Birdie Howard
Marc Evan Jackson  as Gary
Wyatt Nash  as Phil
Annabella Sciorra  as Rosalie Biagi
Horatio Sanz  as Ray
Phoebe Strole  as Susan
Geena Davis  as Sandy Devereaux St. Clair
Patrick Renna  as Toby "Cupcake" Matkins
Paul Fitzgerald  as Tom Grant
Kevin Cahoon  as Bobby Barnes
Toby Huss  as J.J. 'Tex' McCready
Breeda Wool  as Denise
Eli Goree  as Ernest Dawson
Nick Clifford  as Paul
Tyrus  as Mighty Tom Jackson
John Hennigan  as Salty "The Sack" Johnson a trainer
Chavo Guerrero Jr.  as Chico Guapo
Brooke Hogan  as night club manager Amber Fredrickson
Joey Ryan  as a wrestler known as Mr. Monopoly
Laura James  as Mr. Monopoly's valet "Crystal"
Christopher Daniels  as Muscular Wrestler #1
Frankie Kazarian  as Muscular Wrestler #2
Casey W. Johnson  as Billy Offal
Carlos Colรณn Jr.  as Big Kurt Jackson
Tami Sagher  as Rita
Eric Lutz  as Chad
Amy Farrington  as Mallory
Peter O'Brien  as Rick Hollander
Armen Weitzman  as Jonathan
Andy Umberger  as Patrick O'Towne
Colton Tran  as Andy
Whitmer Thomas  as Justin
Peter Kelamis  as Perry
Winston James Francis  as Goliath Jackson
Allan Wasserman  as Allen
Randy Brenner  as Marty
Christopher Michael  as Security Guard
Chloe Perrin  as Little Girl
Joseph Beck  as Bob
Jon Paul Burkhart  as Larry
Esther Anderson  as Carolyn
Zedrick Restauro  as Burger Guy
Dana Gourrier  as Judith
Daniel Polo  as Michael
Lisa Ann Walter  as Lorene
John Hartmann  as Stanford Dad
Valeria Chavez  as Housekeeper
Angela Gulner  as Lori Jacobson
Michael Bunin  as Drama Teacher
Becki Dennis  as Clinical Assistant
Natasha Goubskaya  as Michael's Mom
Allan Havey  as Ron
Jessica Gardner  as Admitting Nurse
Kelvin Han Yee  as Henry Wu
Brandon Keener  as Don
Anoush NeVart  as Russian Woman
Brigid Ryan  as Receptionist
Kimmy Shields  as Casting Assistant
Jeremy Shouldis  as Dr. Freyamen
Alice Wetterlund  as Carol
Ashley Platz  as Brenda
Murray SawChuck  as Steve Mills
Bob Stephenson  as Dave the Reporter
James Bachman  as Bruce
Krystal Ellsworth  as Jazzercise Instructor
Karole Foreman  as Doctor
Christopher Rivas  as X-Ray Technician
Zabeth Russell  as Karen
Dan Warner  as Tourist Husband
Cindy Chavez  as Tracy
Abigail Klein  as Joy
Ray Xifo  as Bernie
Arturo Del Puerto  as Arturo
Merritt Hicks  as Mother
Alec Luis Milewski  as Younger Smaller Actor
Brett Newton  as Paramedic
Connor Cain  as Tourist's Son
Jamie Denbo  as Detective Gold
Patrick Faucette  as Myron
Bonnie Hellman  as Lois Daly
Emily Nelson  as Liliana
Jennifer Rose Nichols  as Nurse
Aaron Coleman  as Man in Audience
Randy Sklar  as Jerry Zeissman
Peter James Smith  as Dr. Infinger
Indira G. Wilson  as Julie
Grace Elizabeth Andrews  as Blood Disco Girl
Antonio D. Charity  as Fletcher
Kevin Kiley Jr.  as Steel Horse
Oscar Noxon  as White Boy 1
Rob Zabrecky  as Rob the Satanist
Kylr Coffman  as Teenage Skateboarder
Tara Copeland  as Susie
Ren Hanami  as Joan Hannaford-Hobbs
Violet Hicks  as Tourist's Daughter
Christian Ochoa  as Eeyore
Nicole J. Butler  as Lucy Stephens
Katie Flahive  as Mitzi
Bb Gandanghari  as Patricia
Andre Johnson  as Pit Boss
Frank Ridley  as Marlo
Jason Sklar  as Lev Zeissman
Jackson A. Dunn  as White Boy 2
Sarita Gupta  as Arthie's Nani
Adam Lazarre-White  as Dave
Nick Cimmento  as Maitre D'
Nicholas Healy  as PA #1
Helen Madelyn Kim  as Check-In Lady
Vee Kumari  as Dry Cleaner
Lisa Long  as Dr. Shiffrin
Kelly Phelan  as Punk Girl
Erik Aude  as Stevie
Lorin McCraley  as Matty
Harold J. McNeill  as Tristar Security Guard
Kasia Szarek  as The Fabulous Imelda
Hermie Castillo  as Waiter
Christine Elliott  as Regina
Hunter Fischer  as White Boy 3
Demetri Belardinelli  as Creepy Guy
Kelly Dowdle  as Model
Eric Linden  as Bouncer
Nicole Alyse Nelson  as Charlotte
Bill Posley  as Hairdresser
Will Pinson Rose  as PA #2
Graham Sibley  as Brad
Eli Bildner  as Tim
Beth Curry  as Amanda Beth
Arye Gross  as Gene
Mario Revolori  as Dude
Aurelia Scheppers  as Jeanie Barton
Charlie Anastasis  as Sewer
Philip Labes  as Matt
Jonathan Mangum  as Judge Eric
Panuvat Anthony Nanakornpanom  as Lowlife Guy
Nick Nervies  as Tyler
Michael Rose  as Hot Pants
Keenan Henson  as Jim
Peter A. Hulne  as Gil
Manny Jimenez Jr.  as Manny
Steven Allen  as Spitter
Mari Chaccour  as Erma
Christopher Avila  as Franklin
Deanna Cheng  as Jodi Klitnick
Phoebe Dorin  as Lorraine
Jake Fogelnest  as Dan Lyon
Daniel Franzese  as Cute Guy
Jeff Holman  as Man Being Spanked
Derec Patrick Juan  as Blake
Jeffrey David Anderson  as Al
Stewart Skelton  as Clayton
Rheeqrheeq Chainey  as Penelope
Jason Medwin  as Angry Dude #1
Sharon Battle  as Woman in Bathroom
Zachary Capittifenton  as Archbishop Big Dung
Paloma Rabinov  as Mariah
Steve Trzaska  as Nerdy Guy
Tommy O'Brien  as Steve
Ric Sarabia  as Announcer
Derek James Elstro  as Angry Guy #2
Juan Alfonso  as Cleaning Guy
Heather Sims  as Little Girl's Mom
Alexander Neher  as Bartender
Nathan Streifel  as Sexy Dog Man
Mike Ostroski  as Technician
Murray Gray  as Charlene
Katherine Irene Wagner  as Fan
Robert Michael  as Showboy #1
Dave Thomason  as Sound Engineer
Eric M. Myrick  as Showboy #2

Filming

What are GLOW filming details?

"GLOW" series are produced by Lionsgate, Tilted Productions, Perhapsatron and Fan Dancer.

The average duration of each episode is 26 - 46 minutes. Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.

Rating

What are critics and audiences saying about GLOW TV series?

"GLOW" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 8/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 95/100.

More information and reviews on "GLOW" TV series you can get on the following websites.

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