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Debbie Eagan/Liberty Belle
Reggie Walsh/Vicky Viking
Sheila the She-Wolf
Cherry Bang/Black Magic
Sebastian "Bash" Howard
Tammé Dawson/Welfare Queen
Jenny Chey/Fortune Cookie
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It's still very entertaining, thanks to the perfect timing of its excellent cast, but it feels more disposable than ever.
Season 3 is a wrestling match between cause and effect, countering every bit of happiness with a proportionally steep cost.
By the end of the first episode, "GLOW" clears the high bar set for itself, and by the end of Season 3, having repeated the same courageous approach to its storytelling nonstop, it soars.
Season 3 is a patchwork of meaningful interludes, rote character check-ins, and errant plot threads that quickly unravel. Even Vegas itself is an afterthought.
[GLOW] is a bright, bedazzled Trojan horse, exposing societal injustices one body slam at a time. And its third season is perhaps its best.
There's a kind of theater-dork fantasy camp thing going on with the GLOW writer's staff. Instead of pile-drivers, we must endure torch songs and glitter-bombs, which just don't make sense in the context of the show.
Unlike the beaten and battered bodies of the lady wrestlers, GLOW is just getting better and better as time goes on.
[GLOW] is so straightforward about women's complexity that it's thrilling.
Without a doubt, "GLOW" is one of the most empowering and necessary pieces on television right now.
It might have seemed like a fun idea to play with when they discussed it in the writers' room, but GLOW lost a lot of its charm once Vegas became a reality.
Audience Reviews for GLOW: Season 3
Feb 12, 2021So bad. Boring. Nothing really happens.
Dec 23, 2020This show is effing fantastic!
Dec 22, 2020Lacks structure, lacks tension and relies solely on the goodwill generated by our fondness for the characters. Its sudden cancellation leaves it without a satisfying conclusion; or any conclusion.
Dec 17, 2020GLOW season 3 is a final hurrah to the ladies of wrestling. Don't underestimate this show if you like off-the-wall misanthropic dramatic series. It's a shame season 4 had to halt and was cancelled.
Jul 19, 2020A very good show, I recommended it the storyline and everything is very originals and the characters refreshing.
Jun 04, 2020A pesar de que sea la temporada más deslucida que se ha ofrecido, aún mantiene su ritmo.
May 28, 2020It's somewhat different from the previous seasons. While the first 2 seasons focus on getting GLOW to work, this one is more focused on the individual struggles of the characters. I felt like the first episodes could use some improvements, they feel like unnecessary, however it gets better along the way.
May 23, 2020This season had it's moments - the gay issue for instance was a good angle, but mostly it felt like the writers didn't really know where to take the characters. Hopefully a fourth season will bring back some fun!
May 04, 2020Hilarious adventures, strong emotions, with new and old essences, are reflected in this Third Season, which is, like its predecessors, the most acclaimed and entertaining series on Netflix, thanks to this beautiful cast led by Alison Brie and Betty Gilpin who they will live new adventures and deliver performances to delight.
Apr 28, 2020Season 3 deviated from the womens wrestling much more than season 2. It still had solid storylines but it wasn't quite season 2 quality.