Thursday, 19 July 2018

Glow Season 2 - Richee Review

The Glorious Ladies of Wrestling are back. This time the ladies have to deal with the pressures of recording the show for a local TV station. Of course, nothing is as simple as it seems, as the team have to contend with poor ratings, sleazy producers, a new face, kids and Debbie's divorce.

The first few episodes build up to what becomes a very interesting season. Episode four was a brilliant episode, as Tamme is recognized while with her son, and she takes him to a show where he gets to see his mothers new job. Episode 5 see's Ruth put in a tricky situation, only for Debbie to berate her for her decision as the pressure on her builds with her divorce and her stability crumbling, which leads to an inevitable in ring injury.

I don't want to give too much away as it's a very enjoyable season with lots of twists and turns. Sam and Debbie both come off as, well, complete assholes in this season. Sam some what redeems himself but Debbie, oh boy, does she turn vile in this season, going out of her way to make Ruth miserable.
Episode 8 is an entire show of Glow with out the messy antics behind the scene, and it was a nice if silly break from all the issues.

I wasn't disappointed by this season, it was just as good as the first season. Final verdict is a 7/10: it's a solid series for Netflix which isn't gonna have the longevity it could have had, if it wasn't based around a true story. Richee

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