If you still can’t wrap your head, let alone your heart, around the fact GLOW renewed for a fourth season, which we never got, you are by no means alone. The leading actress Alison Brie feels your pain – acute. The cancellation of the beloved Netflix dramedy is “the great heartbreak of my career,” she tells Decider.
“But,” she adds hastily, “it will live on forever like this great thing.”
It is going to be. Nonetheless, the way the series focused on the ’80s sensations, the Glorious Ladies of Wrestling, were picked up by the streamer for a final season in the fall of 2019 and then chopped with the blow of the COVID pandemic, some of always make us moody . But not Brie. “I loved working on it – maybe more than anything I’ve worked on! – and I miss it a lot,” she says. “But I’m very grateful for the time I’ve had on the show.”
The veteran of mad Men and community was like surprised by the reversal of GLOW‘s renewal like everyone else in the audience. “Yes, it was surprising,” she says. “But it was kind of overshadowed by the shock of everything that was happening around the world.
“You know, somehow,” she concludes with a laugh, “it was almost like it put things in perspective.”
What do you think would have happened if we had gotten a season 4? GLOW? Would Bries Ruth have dated Sam? Hit the comments with your theories.
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