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October 24, 2021
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Daily Demand (Last 7 days)
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Travelability

100%
Market Travelability
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Average Demand for GLOW is 0.0 times the demand for the average show in Worldwide in the Last 7 days.
Below Avg
24.5%
Average
64.1%
Good
8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
Exceptional
0.2%
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GLOW ranks at the 0.00th percentile in the genre. This means GLOW has higher demand than all other titles in Worldwide
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About this title

Storyline

In Los Angeles in 1985, Ruth Wilder, a struggling actress, auditions along with many other women in a fledgling professional wrestling promotion called the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling (GLOW). Traditionally minded in her approach to acting and highly idealistic, she clashes with GLOW's director Sam Sylvia due to his cynical demeanor and often unconventional work style. She discovers early on that he has employed her former best friend, retired soap opera actress Debbie Eagan to star in the show. Ruth and Debbie had fallen out with one another after Ruth had an affair with her husband, Mark, who she then divorced. The tension between the two women promises either to make or break the developing show.

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Canceled

Language: English

Release Date: March 5, 2017

Also Known As: G.L.O.W., 글로우 |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), Brazil (16) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

wrestling
1980s

Company Credits

Production Co: Tilted Productions, Perhapsatron |  See more »

Cast

Mark W. Berry
as Diner
Bashir Salahuddin
as Keith Bang
G. Allen Smith
as Wrestling Fanatic
Michelle Arthur
as Republican Donor
Christian Ochoa
as Eeyore
Kelvin Han Yee
as Henry Wu
Britani Ballard
as Showgirl
Lorena M. Santos
as Dancer
Marianna Palka
as Reggie Walsh
Kevyn Bashore
as Wealthy Party Guest
Paul Fitzgerald
as Tom Grant
Victor Quinaz
as Russell Barroso
Steve Trzaska
as Nerdy Guy
Ren Hanami
as Joan Hannaford-Hobbs
Ashley Platz
as Brenda
Nicole J. Butler
as Lucy Stephens
Joey Ryan
as Mr. Monopoly
Michael Rose
as Hot Pants
Chloe Perrin
as Little Girl/Savannah Rose
Rob Zabrecky
as Rob the Satanist
Laura James
as Crystal
Demetri Belardinelli
as Creepy Guy
Esther Anderson
as Carolyn
Patrick Faucette
as Myron
Ray Xifo
as Bernie
Grace Elizabeth Andrews
as Blood Disco Girl
Derek James Elstro
as Angry Guy #2
Eric Lutz
as Chad
Ayesha Magpali-Isaac
as Yellow Suit Airport Patron
Geena Davis
as Sandy Devereaux St. Clair
Aaron Coleman
as Man in Audience
Christopher Avila
as Franklin
Nicole Alyse Nelson
as Charlotte
Heather Morris
as Dancer
Andre Johnson
as Pit Boss
Emily Nelson
as Liliana
Joseph Beck
as Bob/Suit 1
Mike Tsirklin
as Wrestling Fan
Murray SawChuck
as Steve Mills
Mario Revolori
as Dude
Lorin McCraley
as Matty
Trevor Wooldridge
as TV Studio Executive
Brett Newton
as Paramedic
Armen Weitzman
as Jonathan
Alice Wetterlund
as Carol
Sharon M. Bell
as Auditioner
Alec Luis Milewski
as Younger Smaller Actor
Frankie Kazarian
as Muscular Wrestler #2
Peter James Smith
as Dr. Infinger
Riji Raja
as Print Model
Zabeth Russell
as Karen
Gerren Hall
as Casino Patron
Rich Sommer
as Mark Eagan
Alison Brie
as Ruth Wilder
Breeda Wool
as Denise
Lina O'Connor
as Crying Show Girl
Tommy O'Brien
as Steve
Winston James Francis
as Goliath Jackson
Dana Gourrier
as Judith
Lisa Long
as Dr. Shiffrin
Peter Kelamis
as Perry
Alex Rich
as Florian Becker
Amy Farrington
as Mallory
Nick Cimmento
as Maitre D'
Allan Wasserman
as Allen
Adam Lazarre-White
as Dave
Dave Thomason
as Sound Engineer
Phoebe Dorin
as Lorraine
Zedrick Restauro
as Burger Guy
Andrew Friedman
as Glen Klitnick
Phoebe Strole
as Susan
Lauren Price
as Wrestling Match Attendee
Sam Grace Miller
as Dancer
Kevin Kiley Jr.
as Steel Horse
Kimmy Gatewood
as Stacey Beswick
Violet Hicks
as Tourist's Daughter
Melanie Price
as Model
Natasha Goubskaya
as Michael's Mom
Rebekka Johnson
as Dawn Rivecca
Nick Clifford
as Paul
Shakira Barrera
as Yolanda Rivas
Ravil Isyanov
as Gregory
Tami Sagher
as Rita/Craps Dealer
Brie DaSilveira
as Wrestling Fan
Dessie Coale
as Bev
Panuvat Anthony Nanakornpanom
as Lowlife Guy
Chris Lowell
as Bash Howard
Whitmer Thomas
as Justin
Nancy Harding
as Ms. Westover
Philip Labes
as Matt
Chavo Guerrero Jr.
as Chico Guapo
Jackie Tohn
as Melanie Rosen
Marc Evan Jackson
as Gary
Daniel Franzese
as Cute Guy
Natacha Bachour
as Showgirl
Derec Patrick Juan
as Blake
Jason Medwin
as Angry Dude #1
John R. Duncan
as Rabbi
Krystal Ellsworth
as Jazzercise Instructor
Ipiluni
as Laundry Attendant
Brandon Keener
as Don
Annabella Sciorra
as Rosalie Biagi
Preston Bradley
as Fight Spectator
Michelle Alvarado
as Wrestler #4
Doby Daenger
as Mud Wrestling Fan/Wrestling Fan
Murray Gray
as Charlene
Carlos Colón Jr.
as Big Kurt Jackson
Toby Huss
as J.J. 'Tex' McCready
Tansu Philip
as Casino Patron
Britt Baron
as Justine Biagi
Kasia Szarek
as The Fabulous Imelda
Nick Nervies
as Tyler
Kelly Phelan
as Punk Girl
Kimmy Shields
as Casting Assistant
Patrick Renna
as Cupcake
Abigail Klein
as Joy
Sharon Battle
as Woman in Bathroom
Marc Maron
as Sam Sylvia
Juan Alfonso
as Cleaning Guy
Eli Bildner
as Tim
Britney Young
as Carmen Wade
Deanna Cheng
as Jodi Klitnick
Casey W. Johnson
as Billy Offal
Bob Stephenson
as Dave the Reporter
Eunice Chiweshe Goldstein
as Spectator
Christopher Daniels
as Muscular Wrestler #1
Tyrus
as Mighty Tom Jackson
Karole Foreman
as Doctor
Bill Posley
as Hairdresser
Ric Sarabia
as Announcer
Alexis Galmin
as Auditioner
Anoush NeVart
as Russian Woman
Heather Sims
as Little Girl's Mom
Beth Curry
as Amanda Beth
Jamie Denbo
as Detective Gold
Merritt Hicks
as Mother
Andy Umberger
as Patrick O'Towne
Alexander Neher
as Bartender
James Bachman
as Bruce
Aurelia Scheppers
as Jeanie Barton
Amber Crane
as Club goer
Graham Sibley
as Brad
Bb Gandanghari
as Patricia
Jackson A. Dunn
as White Boy 2
Stewart Skelton
as Clayton
Indira G. Wilson
as Julie
Barbara Koval
as Casino Waitress
Jeremy Shouldis
as Dr. Freyamen
Mike Ostroski
as Technician
Kylr Coffman
as Teenage Skateboarder
John Hennigan
as Salty 'The Sack' Johnson
Hunter Fischer
as White Boy 3
Erik Aude
as Stevie
Katherine Irene Wagner
as Fan
Brigid Ryan
as Receptionist
Tara Copeland
as Susie
Katie Flahive
as Mitzi
David Horton
as Casino Patron
Jason Sklar
as Lev Zeissman
Jennifer Rose Nichols
as Nurse
Zachary Capittifenton
as Archbishop Big Dung
Steven Allen
as Spitter
Elizabeth Perkins
as Birdie Howard
Nicholas Healy
as PA #1
Paloma Rabinov
as Mariah
Eric M. Myrick
as Showboy #2
Wyatt Nash
as Phil
Mark Krenik
as Wealthy Producer
Keenan Henson
as Jim
Jessica Gardner
as Admitting Nurse
Harold J. McNeill
as Tristar Security Guard
Christine Elliott
as Regina
Colton Tran
as Andy
Allan Havey
as Ron
Mari Chaccour
as Erma
Becki Dennis
as Clinical Assistant
Jonathan Mangum
as Judge Eric/Priest
Eric Linden
as Bouncer
Angela Gulner
as Lori Jacobson
Valeria Chavez
as Housekeeper
Nathan Streifel
as Sexy Dog Man
Christopher Rivas
as X-Ray Technician
Connor Cain
as Tourist's Son
Kate Nash
as Rhonda Richardson
Charlie Anastasis
as Sewer
Randy Sklar
as Jerry Zeissman
Arye Gross
as Gene
Jeff Holman
as Man Being Spanked
Lisa Ann Walter
as Lorene
Michael Bunin
as Drama Teacher
Kelly Dowdle
as Model
Robert Michael
as Showboy #1
Gayle Rankin
as Sheila the She-Wolf
Arturo Del Puerto
as Arturo
Dan Warner
as Tourist Husband
Horatio Sanz
as Ray
Kevin Sateri
as Dancer
Bonnie Hellman
as Lois Daly
Kia Stevens
as Tammé Dawson
Martin Rubalcaba
as Marty Elias - Wrestling Show Refeee
Will Pinson Rose
as PA #2
Hermie Castillo
as Waiter
Brooke Hogan
as Amber Fredrickson
Jeffrey David Anderson
as Al
Robert Espinoza
as Dishwasher
Ellen Wong
as Jenny Chey
Christopher Borden
as Rich Cowboy
Helen Madelyn Kim
as Check-In Lady
Christopher Michael
as Security Guard
Manny Jimenez Jr.
as Manny
Daniel Polo
as Michael
Peter O'Brien
as Rick Hollander
Sarita Gupta
as Arthie's Nani
Nettie Rose Freed
as Wrestling Candidate
Jake Fogelnest
as Dan Lyon
Elise Caton Williams
as Hotel Guest
Kevin Cahoon
as Bobby Barnes
Vee Kumari
as Dry Cleaner
Mariela Ticas
as Auditioner
John Hartmann
as Stanford Dad
Sunita Mani
as Arthie Premkumar
Rheeqrheeq Chainey
as Penelope
Jon Paul Burkhart
as Larry/Suit 2
Damion Le Vias
as Car Wash Attendant
Sydelle Noel
as Cherry Bang
Frank Ridley
as Marlo
Zoe Sharpe
as Dancer
Antonio D. Charity
as Fletcher
Cindy Chavez
as Tracy
Natalia-Christabelle
as High School Teen
Randy Brenner
as Marty
Peter A. Hulne
as Gil
Eli Goree
as Ernest Dawson
Oscar Noxon
as White Boy 1
Betty Gilpin
as Debbie Eagan
Brittany O'Connor
as Dancer
Kelly Sweeney
as Yelling Girl with Braces
Rasheen Donaldson
as 70's Campus Student

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2017 | 10 Episodes

Season 2

2018 | 10 Episodes

Season 3

2019 | 10 Episodes

Media

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Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

IGN Summer Movie Awards 2017

Nominee

IGN Summer Movie Awards

Best Comedic TV Performance

Nominee

IGN Summer Movie Awards

Best TV Comedy Series

Nominee

IGN Summer Movie Awards

Best New TV Series

American Cinema Editors, USA 2018

Nominee

American Cinema Editors, USA

Best Edited Comedy Series for Non-Commercial Television

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