Alison Brie Stars!! Herc Endorses Netflix’s GLOW!! Bradley Whitford & Bianna Golodryga On BILL MAHER!! Friday TV Talkback!! Read the full article on AICN You’ll have to wait six minutes to see Alison Brie very naked and less than anShow More Summary
Netflix dropped a new dramedy Friday, called GLOW, which stands for the "gorgeous ladies of wrestling." It tells the story of struggling actress Ruth (Alison Brie) auditioning for a mid-1980s all-female answer to Vince McMahon's World Wrestling Federation shows - but was it a real TV program? The answer is yes, it was. Show More Summary
Alison Brie and Betty Gilpin, the stars of Netflix's wrestling comedy "GLOW," want it to be known they've never felt more like badasses than they do in this moment.
This interview discusses plot points for GLOW. Alison Brie is good at playing underachieving overachievers. On Community, she was Annie, the type-A student whose breakdown landed her with the Greendale misfits. Now, on Netflix’s new GLOW, she’s Ruth, a dedicated actress who goes to scene-study class, yet can’t seem to get cast in a project. Show More Summary
Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Friday, June 23 and Saturday, June 24. All times are Eastern. Top picks GLOW (Netflix): TV may look like it’s on the ropes this summer, what with so many of your favorite shows taking their respective breaks. Show More Summary
We’ve been anticipating the release of the upcoming comedy The Little Hours here at The A.V. Club, not only because Alison Brie and Aubrey Plaza as foul-mouthed nuns checks a lot of boxes for our readership, but also because this gleefully filthy update on The Decameron is getting a positive reception in early reviews. Show More Summary
GLOW, Netflix's new comedy starring Alison Brie, Marc Maron and Betty Gilpin, is scripted, but takes viewers behind the scenes of a real show, GLOW (Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling) that started...
What to expect from Netflix's 'GLOW,' starring Alison Brie and executive produced by Jenji Kohan. read more
So far, she hasn't wrestled anyone.
Mix a little bit of “Orange is the New Black,” a dash of ‘80s nostalgia a la “The Goldbergs,” and even a few drops of the makeshift family angle of “Boogie Nights” and you’d have something akin to Netflix’s very likable “GLOW,” which...Show More Summary
GLOW will transport you back to the wonderful (to some) world of the 1980s, complete with some amazing (and not so amazing) fashions. After all, the series starring Alison Brie, Betty Gilpin and...
In the lovely, lively new Netflix comedy "GLOW," which premieres Friday morning a minute after midnight, Alison Brie plays Ruth, a never-hired actress in 1985 Hollywood who stumbles into the world of professional wrestling. "Every director says, ‘Bring me someone I don't know, someone I haven't...
Ruth Wilder (Alison Brie) is an out of work actor who wants a role where she’s not serving the cause of a man. She answers an ad in the newspaper and finds herself auditioning to play a wrestler on television. Netflix has just released a behind the scenes featurette with the cast and creators of … Continue reading Beautiful Misfits Coming Together Featurette: GLOW! ?
For starters, she’s wearing a lot of spandex.
In the first scene of Netflix’s spandex-spackled ’80s wrestling series GLOW, struggling actress Ruth Wilder (Alison Brie) walks into an audition and begins deliberately reading the man’s part. “What I’m interested in are real parts, not secretaries telling powerful men their wives are on line two,” she explains to the ... More »
Best known for her comedic work in movies and TV — and her recurring role as Trudy Campbell on “Mad Men” — Alison Brie is on the cusp of taking her career up a notch. And she’s getting there by taking on some edgy material. On Friday,...Show More Summary
Inside Netflix’s deluxe new office space on Sunset Boulevard, Alison Brie and Betty Gilpin, the stars of the streaming service’s upcoming female wrestling comedy “GLOW” are deep in conversation about the power of women demanding to be heard. With good reason. It’s a Wednesday — April 19 actually...
One of my most anticipated new shows coming to Netflix is GLOW, which stars Alison Brie and Marc Maron. Set within the real 1980’s world of the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling, Brie plays the fictionalized Ruth Wilder, an out-of-work, struggling...Show More Summary
Netflix's new 10-part comedy sounds absurd, but it grips you like a headlock.