Glow is a hit comedy-drama that was first premiered in 2017. We have witnessed three incredible seasons to date. The fourth season will be the last and final season. In September 2019, Glow renewed for the new season. But it looks like we won’t be able to shower our love to Glow season 4 anytime soon. As we all know, the season is delayed. The reasons might surprise you.
Reasons Behind delaying
The season that was set to release in 2019 is delayed due to several reasons. One of the reasons is the global pandemic. Coronavirus has affected everything across the world. Glow season 4 is no exception. But like the several series, Glow should also have started the making now. And the production would also have started if this was the only reason.
Glow is a wrestling based American drama. Unlike the other series, the actors here require a lot of physical contacts. Amidst the current situation, we need to maintain social distancing more than anything else. Alison brie, one of the cast, recently said, “I don’t think we want to compromise creatively, given that it’s our final season. So I don’t think we’re going to be one of the first shows going back”. The message was clear enough. They want their last season to be the best. They do not wish the current situation to affect their shooting even a bit.
It looks like the wait is going to be long enough. Let’s pray for this pandemic to get over soon. Only then a lot of things can get started, Glow season 4 is one of them. We can hope for the shooting to get started as soon the all this over.
Cast Of Glow Season 4
The final cast will remain the same. Here is a list of members that are likely to appear in the upcoming season:
- Alison Brie playing Ruth “Zoya the Destroya” Wilder
- Betty Gilpin playing Debbie “Liberty Belle” Eagan
- Sydelle Noel playing Cherry “Junkchain”/”Black Magic” Bang
- Britney Young playing Carmen “Machu Picchu” Wade
- Marc Maron playing Sam Sylvi
- Britt Baron playing Justine “Scab” Biagi
- Kate Nash playing Rhonda “Britannica” Richardson
- Gayle Rankin is playing Sheila, “the She-Wolf.”
- Kia Stevens playing Tammé “The Welfare Queen” Dawson
- Jackie Tohn as Melanie “Melrose” Rosen
- Chris Lowell as Sebastian “Bash” Howard
Glow is created by Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch and is brought to us by Netflix. The story revolves around the 1980’s women wrestling group. David McClane founded the Gorgeous ladies of wrestling or Glow. Ruth Wilder is a struggling actor. She auditioned for Glow in Los Angeles in 1985. The rest is her journey, and the struggle she faces with other women. Season 4 will continue on the same storyline.
Season 1, 2, and 3 are exclusively available on Netflix. As we wait for the new season to arrive, we can binge-watch the others. Stay connected for more updates.