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"GLOW" is that rare series that builds on an impressive debut season to achieve even more.
Watch however you like; just watch. This is not just a picture. It's history.
Season two builds on everything you enjoyed about the rookie run while keeping things tight and quickly paced.
This is fantastic television - funny, clever, and with as much to say about #MeToo as '80s fashion.
GLOW is a workplace drama, and despite the oddity of that workplace its gendered dynamic is very familiar.
In an overdue move, Season 2 introduces the show's first openly gay character.
Every actual wrestling moment GLOW offers is actually lively and exciting and super fun. If it gets a third season, let's hope it recognizes where its strengths are, and ditch any and all dead weight.
One of the delights of the show this year is in how it deepens every character.
A great cast and some great scripts are the main reasons why it remains one of the best Netflix series. [Full Review in Spanish]
As a workplace drama, GLOW is rather unique. Instead of showing how a terrible and soul sucking job can force people to find humour any way they can, the second season of GLOW focuses on people who have begun to love their jobs...
Audience Reviews for GLOW: Season 2
Dec 23, 2020This show is effing fantastic!
Dec 22, 2020Ramps up sense of tension and makes the most of its loveable characters.
Dec 09, 2020If GLOW season 2 wasn't about the struggle, it wouldn't make any sense that it was about wrestlers. Wrestle on, ladies, wrestle on.
May 03, 2020This season of Glow will shine again, with spectacular action sequences, radical changes, and excellent performances that will surprise with their unique and special style.
Apr 28, 2020Season 2 is my favorite season of GLOW. It has you tied to the storyline begging to see what happens next.
Apr 10, 2020So entertaining. I wish I had written this. Yes, it's one of those T.V. shows where you think, this idea was only a couple of thoughts away in my brain. I mean, it probably wasn't, but indulge me. The characters are great, the setting is great, the premise is unique. These are actresses that find a strange, but oddly entertaining way to continue to chase their dreams. Alison Brie and Betty Gilpin are unstoppable in this, can't take your eyes off of a single scene they are in. And the cast, the secondary characters, are well used and become well developed. The story continues to grow and so do the characters. It's unexpected, but it's realistic. This show continues to push itself.
Jan 17, 2020This season rides the amazing wave of season 1 and somehow gets better. The hits keep coming and it's an extremely fun ride.
Jan 14, 2020Very compelling characters pulled together in an retro-80s Com-Dram. Stay away if you don't want to get involved with the lives of these hard working gals.
Nov 30, 2019It just keeps getting better as the characters develop.
May 23, 2019Even though Season 1 was really good, there are things I liked more about Season Two. Once again, the characters are layered and you get to know something about each one. The episode within an episode was also a unique way to wrap up a few plot points and give viewers an idea of what the show-within-a-show was like.