Netflix Announces The Release Date For GLOW Season 2

GLOW was one of the best shows that Netflix produced last year which was based on women doing professional wrestling in the '80s.

Even though the show had some real life elements to it, it was still funny and one of the most unique shows you will ever see.

Well now Netflix has announced the release date for the second season of GLOW. The show's second season will be streamed on June 29th, 2018 in North America. 

The trailer announcement does not show anything new from the show, but it looks like all of the original cast members will be back.

There might be some new cast members too, although they were not shown in today's trailer yet.

It's worth mentioning the show is a Netflix exclusive so you won't be seeing it on TV or any other streaming service. If you want to watch it, you will have to invest on a Netflix account.

If you don't have Netflix, you can try the service for free for 30 days if you are a new user.

Much like the first season, season 2 of GLOW will last for another 10 episodes. The show usually runs for around 30 minutes or more per episode which is a good length for a show like this. 

If you are a professional wrestling fan, you may want to look out for some cameos from real wrestlers. Some wrestlers that appeared in the first season included Brodus Clay, Johnny Impact, Carlito and more. 

Awesome Kong (Kia Stevens) is actually part of the main cast, and she will also be back for the second season. Hopefully even more wrestlers appear in Season 2 for us to see. 

Anyway, you can watch the announcement for Season 2 down below. Are you going to be watching GLOW later this year?

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