‘GLOW’ Cast Urges Fans to Petition for a Film After Cancellation

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Netflix panicked GLOW fans when he announced their decision to cancel the series after updating for a fourth season.

Based on the real combat of the 80s, it has been one of dozens of shows that the climber has put down the ax in recent months. The move marks a shift in programming amid the challenges of COVID-19.

But this one was as invisible as GLOW update is already preferred by critics. Cast members are now asking fans to help push Netflix for film-wrapped content.

Britt Baron, Gayle Rankin, Sydelle Noel, Kate Nash, Sunita Mani, Alison Brie, Marianna Palka, Rebekka Johnson, Ellen Wong, Jackie Tohn in season 1 'GLOW'
Britt Baron, Gayle Rankin, Sydelle Noel, Kate Nash, Sunita Mani, Alison Brie, Marianna Palka, Rebekka Johnson, Ellen Wong, Jackie Tohn in season 1 ‘GLOW’ | Erica Parise / Netflix

The ‘GLOW’ team held a meaningful reunion

Deadline we shared the news of the cancellation on October 5th and noticed that Netflix didn’t want to GLOWproduction to continue season 4 due to coronavirus issues. It’s season 3.

Team members and a team with a broken heart, including Alison Brie, Marc Maron, Rebekka Johnson, and Betty Gilpin all gathered on social media to express their disappointment and gratitude.

By Saturday, October 10, 17 members had gathered for a GLOW celebrated at a significant reunion known as “AfterGlow – The Final Bell.” The event – pre-planned and pre-booked – featured Gilpin, Brie, Johnson, Maron, Shakira Barrera, Gayle Rankin, Sydelle Noel, Britt Baron, Kia Stevens, Kate Nash, and others in the team.

They were on deck to encourage a voting campaign. Fans watched the YouTube live stream take part in Q&A and listen to the actors ’basin of stories, memorable moments, and what they would have wanted for season 4. Tears were streaming.

‘GLOW’ actors are down for a movie

As soon as the show’s sudden final news spread, fans hit social media to campaign for another network to save the love wrestling series. Some were even pushing for a film that could tie loose ends.

The call was not made unconsciously by the GLOW the family and Maron were very vocal about the choice of film and talked about it during the reunion.

“I think there’s a petition out there and it would be a very interesting thing that Netflix could do if they wanted to,” he said. “I think it would solve the problem. It would be fun to do, it would be easy to do, but who knows the f ** k what they are going to do. I think it’s a good idea and I hope people gather enough behind it to raise the interests of the officers over there. ”

Earlier in the week, he created a video and praised Netflix promising a two-hour movie for the fans.

How to sign the petition

The hashtag #SaveGlow goes on Twitter, but other than that, fans are encouraged to hit Netflix up through social media, email, or snail mail. There is also an active petition change.org address to Reed Hastings and Ted Sarandos.

He has nearly 6,000 signatures and wants a fourth quarter of it GLOW as something particularly lively but incorporating Maron’s video message about being included in a film. Some fans are hoping that HBO Max or another platform will get it if Netflix doesn’t build it. Keep an eye out for it to see how this call to action stops.