A low-key bubble episode entry in GLOW‘s latest arc shows improvement in the storytelling of its writers.
Excellent visual storytelling gets hampered by clunky overly verbose writing in part two of the new GLOW run.
A new GLOW arc kicks off with a new creative team… and the growing pains that fact insinuates.
The streaming giant has inbound competition and is responding by bizarrely freaking the fuck out.
GLOW #2 continues to build upon the solid foundations of its debut issue.
Lisa Hanawalt’s new Netflix series will be one of 2019’s best.
These films shine bright, alright, but not like diamonds.
Short answer: no. Long answer: no, except also kind of…