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Just before her Season 2 return on Netflix, actress Alison Brie (Mad Men) has posted a behind-the-scenes photo from the female-led wrestling series GLOW. The Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling will be coming for more soap opera theatrics, colorful spandex, and ‘80s music.
As we previously mentioned, Ruth Wilder (Brie) is an out-of-work actress living in Los Angeles. During the ‘80s, Wilder discovers an unexpected chance at stardom. She has to enter the glitter and spandex-laden world of women’s wrestling, where she must work alongside 12 other Hollywood misfits. Leading this pack, Sam Sylvia (Marc Macron), a washed-up director of low-budget B movies, has to diver on his promise of fame.
SPOILERS AHEAD! Check out the 5 Easter Eggs we spotted in the Season 2 photo of GLOW:
5) Check Out The Photo Here!
rel=”noopener”>On her official Instagram page, The Community comedian writes about her return to production, “We’re back… #glownetflix #season2″
4) New Hairstyle!
Is Ruth Wilder getting a new hairdo in the upcoming season? Channeling her inner rock stair, the Glow starlet has a more punkish look with her mohawk-like cut. She also has a bit of a purple shade above her eye too.
3) That Big Hair!
— GLOW (@GlowNetflix) August 10, 2017
Brie’s co-star, Betty Gilpin, definitely traveled back to the ‘80s. Look at how wavy and curlish her blonde hair is! The Nurse Jackie sure looks stunning in white! That outfit matches her boots too!
2) Perfectly Balanced!
I definitely would’ve fallen off that table if I tried to sit like that! I’m wondering if they’re getting ready for their upcoming scene! How does it fit into the story!?! Now that their pilot aired in the season finale, what will the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling do for an encore?
1) New Cast Member!
According to Deadline, Shakira Barrera has joined the cast of the 1980s-set female wrestling comedy. Barrera will play Yolanda aka Yo-Yo, a a Mexican American dancer/stripper and out-and-proud lesbian.
GLOW will return on Netflix for Season 2 with another 10 episodes.
– By Jorge Solis