"Shine" returns to the ring. Streaming service Netflix has renewed the all-female wrestling comedy-drama "Glitter" for a second season. The Hollywood Reporter reports that the second season will also consist of ten episodes.
The critically acclaimed series is directed by Liz Flahive and Karlie Mensch and is executive produced by the creator of the hit dramedy Orange - the hit of the season, "Jenji Cohen.
Based on the syndicated show of the same name, released in the 1980s, the series is about the creation of the first professional female wrestling show. In the first season, which started on June 23, 2017, the members of the future team were presented. The main character of the show, unemployed actress Ruth Wilder (Alison Brie), finally gets a role in "Shine" after a string of failed auditions. All is well, but director Sam Sylvia (Mark Maron) is also hiring Ruth's best friend, former soap opera star Debbie Egan (Betty Gilpin), to come up with their own unscripted fight after Debbie found out that her husband and Ruth had novel.
Among the cast of the series is the only real professional wrestler Kia Stevens, acting under the pseudonym Incredible Kong.
The Topic of Article: Glitter renewed for a second season.