GLOW - Season 2
The first live show in the gym, things seem to get out of hand when Carmen suffers from fear of theater, and the team of the reserved logo between Cherry and Tammy and Fawcett and Stacy, on the big match day between Welfare Queen and Liberty Belle, visits her son Tamm at Stanford.
- Episode 01: Viking Funeral
- Episode 02: Candy of the Year
- Episode 03: Concerned Women of America
- Episode 04: Mother of All Matches
- Episode 05: Perverts are People, Too
- Episode 06: Work the Leg
- Episode 07: Nothing Shattered
- Episode 08: The Good Twin
- Episode 09: Rosalie
- Episode 10: Every Potato Has a Receipt
Actors Of "GLOW - Season 2"
Characters Of "GLOW - Season 2"
Critics Of "GLOW - Season 2"
June 29, 2018 By the time all of its plots collided together in the double-stuffed finale, I was grinning from ear to ear.Read in Source
New York Observer
June 29, 2018 Season two builds on everything you enjoyed about the rookie run while keeping things tight and quickly paced.Read in Source
June 28, 2018 With its big hair, power-ballad soundtrack and Lycra outfits, "GLOW" is glorious '80s nostalgia.Read in Source
June 29, 2018 What I truly came to appreciate about the series this season is that it could tell this layered story of women fighting for recognition and their place in the world while playing homage to all things 1980s.Read in Source
June 28, 2018 This is fantastic television - funny, clever, and with as much to say about #MeToo as '80s fashion.Read in Source
Daily Telegraph (UK)
June 29, 2018 A marvellous tale of scrappy underdogs that both respected and sent-up its origins, with a cracking script and a well-selected cast of both actors and characters.Read in Source
June 28, 2018 GLOW is a workplace drama, and despite the oddity of that workplace its gendered dynamic is very familiar.Read in Source
June 28, 2018 This show-within-a-show explores the pressures, conflicts, and hilarious moments tied up with issues like sexism in the workplace and gender inequality. Don't worry though, there's still plenty of hairspray and spandex to go around.Read in Source
June 29, 2018 The second season of GLOW feels like a miracle. After the wild but sometimes ungainly first season, creators Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch have figured out the ideal version of their 80s ladies-wrestling satire, and executed it perfectly.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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