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Marc Maron makes a pitch to Netflix about GLOW

Premiere Of Netflix’s “GLOW” - Red Carpet Photo by Greg Doherty/Getty Images

Earlier this week, Netflix rescinded their fourth season renewal for GLOW. Meaning the anyone who’d invested in the dramatized story of the 1980s women’s wrestling promotion were denied the resolution creators had planned and that fans expected when the streaming service announced the final season last summer.

Everyone acknowledges this is a tiny issue in the face of * gestures broadly at everything, everywhere * But especially considering * gestures broadly at everything, everywhere * it sucks to find out you’re losing something that brought you some measure of joy.

It’s why there’s been a little bit of a #SaveGLOW movement online. And lots of people have advocated the idea Sam Sylvia himself (GLOW star Marc Maron) advocates for here:

“I think what they should do is just like ‘okay so you don’t want to do the show anymore, but let us make a movie,’ right?

“I mean, let us wrap it up in a two hour Netflix movie. They had the whole season laid out, you know we know sort of where it’s going to go. Why don’t you give the showrunners and writers and the cast an opportunity to finish the story in a movie, right? I mean, I think that would be the best thing.”

If you’re a fan of the comedian and podcaster, he then drifts off to talk about a squirrel in a nearby tree he’s worried about. But that’s the jist of what you need to know vis-à-vis GLOW.

Now make it happen, Netflix!

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