Luckily, we got to sit down with Kate Nash, 'Do-Wah-Do' hitmaker and Rhonda 'Britannica' Richardson actress, to talk about the future of our favourite female wrestling show that's set in the '80s.
"God, I hope [season four happens]," she exclusively told Digital Spy.
"I hope so, I think it’s definitely more story to tell, I think it’s our best season yet and it would be so amazing to continue to grow these characters and tell their stories, they’re all so fascinating and there’s just so much to tell, I think this season it opened up all these kind of details.
"Kind of because we’re in this one place and we’re doing this live show in Vegas and you get to see things in the characters that before we didn’t. As there’s been two seasons of us trying to make the show happen and we’re trying to get this, everyone’s got this agenda.
"Whereas in Vegas, we’re settled in Vegas. We’ve got this show, we have to do this show every night. We have to do this show more. I would love to see these characters live on into season four and longer. People will have to watch it and support it."
Being in Vegas has changed the show's dynamic for now, but how could it keep things fresh in the future? Kate has some ideas.
"It could go to so many different places in a way," she said. "What would it be like if we had a season where GLOW is on tour? That would be cool, wouldn’t it?
"My friend and used-to-be drummer Alicia Warrington is now actually in Florida working for WWE, she’s working for NXT. She’s doing this thing called the coconut loop, where they do the Florida gigs, touring around Florida seeing wrestling shows, it kind of feels like being in the '80s.
"Some of the fans, you can just imagine what the fans are like, hardcore wrestling fans in Florida - that would be pretty mad."
Interestingly, Netflix renewed the show for season two on August 10, 2017, and renewed it for a third season on August 20, 2018. Will it announce season four two weeks from today?
GLOW is available to stream now on Netflix.
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