Glow Season 4, Glow is a comedy-drama series created by Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch. Three seasons until now of Glow has been released and was met with mostly favorable reviews. The third season aired on August 9, 2019, and had brought us into Las Vegas, where the dazzling ladies of wrestling had come for their wrestling show.
Confirming its place as one of the best shows on Netflix, the series has now been renewed for a fourth season. Season 3 left us on a cliffhanger, so the renewal had to be done. But the bad news is that this will be the final season.
So as Glow is returning for one last round, here’s everything we know about it so far.
Glow Season 4 – Release Date
The glow was renewed for the fourth and final season on September 20, 2019. Before the coronavirus crisis had created havoc, we were expecting it to come probably later in 2020.
The filming had started in February 2020 but got suspended in early March due to the restrictions imposed due to the virus outbreak. So now everything depends on how much shooting has been completed and when it will resume the productions.
Till then, we just have to wait patiently for the official statement from the makers concerning the release date.
Glow Season 4 – Cast Details
The show revolves around the friendship between the characters Ruth and Debbie. So we’ll see them being portrayed by Alison Brie and Betty Gilpin respectively.
Alongside them, we can expect most of the cast to return for season four. This includes – Marc Maron as Sam, Chris Lowell as Bash, Britt Baron as Justine, Sydelle Noel as Cherry, and Kate Nash as Rhonda and more.
Glow Season 4 – Expected Plot
Season 3 ended a bit on a cliffhanger, wherein Ruth had headed off to board her flight back home. So either we’ll see the pair split up for good or Debbie will find a way to work together with Ruth in season 4.
We can also expect to see the core cast of Glow to split up on their storylines. This will certainly be a bold move, to continue the story and character forward in new ways.
The final season of Glow is sure to be funny and affecting. It’ll be tackling big issues such as workplace inequality and racism just like it did in previous seasons. Also, we can expect the runtime of the episodes to be about 30-35 minutes.