[Warning: Spoilers for GLOW on Netflix season three, ahead.]
Season three of GLOW is what I’d call perfect television. Bringing the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling to the Vegas stage, and basically locking them in a lavish hotel on the strip, was the perfect way to shake things up, keep the characters in close quarters, and amp up the drama. Literally nothing about it fell flat, from Debbie’s (Betty Gilpin) struggle to make a name for herself as a producer—with a frivolous man-child disrespecting her at every turn (what else is new?)—to Sheila’s (Gayle Rankin) long-awaited transformation.
The only problem is that the series left off on some major cliffhangers. Debbie and Bash (Chris Lowell) just bought a TV station, which means the crew is saying bye to Vegas, but not everyone is on board:
- Debbie asks Ruth (Alison Brie) to direct, but she still has dreams of being an actor (woof).
- Carmen (Britney Young) is leaving the show to go on the road with her brother.
- Sam (Marc Maron) and Ruth still can’t get their act together.
- My bb Bash thinks the best way to stay in the closet is to start a family with his wife, Rhonda (Kate Nash).
There’s so much to fix, what are we going to do if there is no season four?
Netflix has yet to green-light another season of the groundbreaking series, but there is a plan in place in case they do! Here’s everything to know while you wait.
When would season four air?
Despite it’s Christmas-themed season finale, GLOW has always premiered during the summer. Season four would likely drop around August 2020.
There’s a plan for season four, don’t worry:
“We have a full story to tell and whether or not we’re idiots for not giving ourselves an ending this season remains to be seen,” co-creator Liz Flahive tells The Hollywood Reporter. “We’ve played it this way every season, where we’ve sort of left it all on the field. This show has a big heart and a big cast and big story to tell.”
Get ready for a lot more wrestling.
The ring took a bit of a back seat to larger, more emotional storytelling in season three, but the ladies are ready to jump back into the ring for real.
“We have a direction we want to go in and some new territory that we’ll say is a bit more heavy on wrestling and is new from where we’ve been,” co-creator Carly Mensch tells THR. “We don’t want to just go backwards. We’re not reverting to anything.”
Keep checking in for more updates on season 4.