Glow Season 3 is happening, and fans can barely control their excitement for it. It was believed that Season 2 was going to be it for the show when it ended. The last episode ended on a note that suggested that we were at the end of the journey, but surprisingly, we’re still going.
You’re probably one of the fans of the show, who are expecting more details on the next season. Don’t worry; you’re at the right place. In this post, we’ll be talking about Glow Season 3. Before we begin, I want to let you all know that this post contains a lot of spoilers from Glow’s previous seasons. There is stuff that you probably wouldn’t want to know if you don’t like spoilers. If you hate being spoiled, I suggest that you stop reading the post here. However, if spoilers don’t bother you, we can get started.
Glow’s return after the cancellation was announced by their official Twitter back in August.
— GLOW (@GlowNetflix) August 20, 2018
It’ll be very interesting to see where we go from here onwards. We saw Ruth Wilder, and Debbie Eagan try to fix their complex friendship previously, and it’ll be interesting to see where we go from here onwards.
While there hasn’t been an official update for Glow Season 3 yet, we do know that it has been in production for quite some time now. This only suggests that the show is likely going to make a return in the Summer of 2019.
We expect Alison Brie’s Ruth Wilder, Betty Gilpin’s Debbie Eagan, and Marc Maron’s Sam Sylvia to return for Season 3, alongside Rhonda (Kate Nash), Carmen (Britney Young), Sheila (Gayle Rankin), Tammé (Kia Stevens), Melanie (Jackie Tohn) and Bash (Chris Lowell), and many others to return for the next season as well.
Updated on 18 May 2019:
We are almost halfway into 2019, and there is still no news coming out about the third season. We have been expecting that the show would return in Summer, but it looks difficult as of now. We might see the show returning around July, or even late. Therefore, we will have to keep patience. It all seems problematic because the show was announced back in August 2019, and there is still no news about it.