Last month, followers of Netflix’s hit feminine wrestling collection GLOW have been dissatisfied when the deliberate fourth and remaining season of the favored show was canceled as a result of COVID-19 pandemic. Marc Maron, who was one of many foremost actors on the show, instructed that one of the simplest ways to wrap the collection could be a two-hour film centered round a remaining foremost occasion to mix a few of their concepts for closure. Alison Brie just lately participated in The Playlist’s “The Fourth Wall” podcast to speak in regards to the show and whereas she shares that sentiment, the actress implied that a return is uncertain.

“I actually assume a [‘GLOW’] film may tie all the pieces up,” mentioned Brie. “Our creators, Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch, are unbelievable writers. And they’re so devoted to those characters that they created. I feel a film could be a nice method to wrap it up. I’m a little pessimistic about it really occurring simply in mild of all the pieces that is gone on this yr and the way troublesome it’s to get something again into manufacturing with COVID.”

Brie in contrast the hope for a remaining GLOW film spinoff to calls for for a Community movie based mostly on the cult comedy collection that she additionally starred in. “I’m additionally a part of the ‘Community’ cast, who’s been attempting to get a film going for six years, so what I’m saying is do not maintain your breath as a result of if it does occur, it would take a minute,” she mentioned.

In reference to the show’s sudden cancelation, leaving followers hanging in August 2019 after simply three seasons, Brie mentioned, “It’s positively a bummer. I’m going to overlook enjoying with these unbelievable girls and Marc Maron and Chris Lowell. But you recognize, we’re so fortunate. We’re fortunate that we acquired to make three, to me, excellent seasons of a show. I like it a lot and it’ll reside on Netflix perpetually. So individuals can nonetheless test it out.”

According to IndieWire, Sunita Mani — who portrayed Arthie Premkumar on the show — revealed a letter again in October that she and 5 different cast members penned to Netflix and the show’s producers calling for extra range behind the scenes. The letter, which was co-signed by Sydelle Noel, Britney Young, Shakira Barrera, Kia Stevens, and Ellen Wong from the show, acknowledged that whereas range and inclusion have been thought-about on the show, individuals of shade had “underwritten storylines” and “have been usually deployed to painting racial stereotyping.” The letter had been properly acquired by executives, nevertheless, we could by no means get to see what a future installment of the collection would appear like.

Michael is a music and tv junkie eager on most issues that aren’t a full and whole bore. You can observe him on Twitter@Tweetskoor



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