GLOW Season 2 Review The Glass Ceiling & The Working Woman

GLOW Season 2 Review: The Glass Ceiling & The Working Woman

GLOW┬áseason 2 was an entertaining break from the summer heat and all of the daily chaos that seems to happen in our news cycle. There was a lot — perhaps too much — thrown at viewers in just 10 episodes; but overall, the entertaining, fun, 80’s-spirited second season featuring our favorite female wrestlers was a worthwhile distraction.

GLOW season 2 threw a lot of content at viewers, including a new wrestler, new relationships, and new drama. By the finale, I felt overwhelmed by all of the “extra” stuff thrown into the mix. Don’t get me wrong: the series’ second season was everything that I expected it to be. But the added absurdities almost took away from the heavier content GLOW was attempting to shed light on.

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GLOW: An 80’s Spin on the Present-Day Woman’s Struggles

GLOW has just graced us with the trailer for season 2, which will be available on June 29 on Netflix. With the upcoming season almost here, and with a peek into what topics GLOW will be covering in season two, I want to talk about all that is gorgeous of the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling’s first season.

On the surface, GLOW can come off as just another show trying to overwhelm the audience with curse words, cocaine-filled mustaches, and ill-natured bosses. Because the show takes place in the 80’s, viewers are also subjected to big hair, spandex, and more neon than the eyes can endure. When viewers actually break down the show to the brilliantly-casted characters and look at the real issues being presented on our television screens, it’s impressive what GLOW has tackled in ten episodes. Most importantly, it’s that a show that takes place in the 80’s focuses on topics that are very real and very relevant to our world today.

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