A look at the personal and professional lives of a group of women who perform for a wrestling organization in Los Angeles during the 1980s.
The girls are back in town. (Season 2)
Did You Know?
Alison Brie revealed in a Playboy interview that there are huge groups of fans who have had a fixation with her boobs during her career, starting with the show Community, and that many of them have posted online that they wished she would do nude scenes on screen so they could finally see her boobs. But ironically, because of all the fitness training she did for GLOW, by the time she was ready to film her first nude scene, she was the most muscular she's ever been so her boobs are the smallest they've ever been. "It's sort of like a fuck-you to the boob-fetish people," she said. See more
There are many moments throughout the show where the wrestlers break kayfabe (the traditional practice of continually maintaining the illusion that professional wrestling is a real competition) during matches. While kayfabe is only loosely followed by most modern wrestlers, it was still taken very seriously in the 1980s. See more
The first episode of each season is the only one to show the opening credits at the beginning of the show, plus it plays Scandal's "The Warrior". Every other episode in a season is a cold opening with the opening credits at the end. See more