Ruth Wilder is a struggling actress who longs to put her traditional approach to good use. But when the only job in town is an audition to star in a new women’s wrestling show, Ruth is determined to get the part.
Based on the production of the real-life 1980s TV series Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling, GLOW is a Netflix comedy-drama about a group of women who are brought together to produce a women’s wrestling show. Like so many Netflix series, it both has a small but dedicated following, and was cut short before its time – thanks to Covid-19, filming on the fourth season was cancelled. Many people were disappointed by this, but after watching season three, I couldn’t help feeling that maybe the show had run its course already. Continue reading
After being found in the swimming pool of his former apartment, BoJack was rescued – and sentenced to eighteen months in jail for breaking and entering. A year into his incarceration, BoJack is allowed out on day release for a very important event – Princess Carolyn’s wedding. Continue reading
BoJack is at a dinner party. But it’s no ordinary gathering. Sarah Lynn is there, and his mother, plus a few other friends and acquaintances – all of them deceased. In fact, it’s the same as the recurring dream he’s been having, the one where he always wakes up after dessert. But is BoJack going to wake up safe and sound this time? Continue reading
While filming “The Horny Unicorn”, BoJack gets a call from Angela Diaz, the network exec who once fired Herb from Horsin’ Around. Meanwhile, Todd tries to reconnect with his mother, and a dream offer forces Princess Carolyn to consider what’s really important to her.
In the last few episodes, we’ve seen BoJack paying the price for his years of bad behaviour. He lost his money, his house, his popularity and even his friends. But there was still one thing that he held dear – the years he spent on Horsin’ Around. As you might guess, this episode sets out to change that. Continue reading
It’s been three months since BoJack’s disastrous interview with Biscuits Braxby. With the public still very much against him, BoJack turns instead to his new AA sponsor – disgraced celebrity Vance Waggoner.
We’re rolling down the slope towards the end of the series here, and this episode showcases some more of the things BoJack manages to lose along the way. Now a pariah in the public eye, BoJack is hated wherever he goes. His good friend Diane has moved away, while Todd and Princess Carolyn seem very much done with his bullshit. Mr Peanutbutter is still friendly and welcoming, but in many ways, that’s meaningless – Mr Peanutbutter is affable towards everybody he meets. Continue reading
Following the publication of Paige Sinclair’s article about the last days of Sarah Lynn, BoJack agrees to a TV interview to tell his side of the story. Meanwhile, Diane asks to meet Guy’s teenage son.
Ah, BoJack. If there’s one thing we know about him by now, it’s his relentless propensity for taking even the best of opportunities and screwing them up. This time around, he’s handed a chance to redeem himself on a silver platter – a soft soap interview in which he and Princess pull out all the usual tricks to make BoJack seem like a sympathetic victim. Continue reading
With the reporters closing in on the truth about Sarah Lynn’s death, BoJack decides to come clean about what happened to Todd, Diane and Princess Carolyn. Meanwhile, Mr Peanutbutter, Pickles and Joey Pogo relaunch Elefante as Elefino, a new type of dining experience. Continue reading
Diane is feeling a lot better now that she’s started taking antidepressants, but one thing still eludes her – she just can’t seem to get started on her book. Meanwhile, Page and Max’s quest to find out the truth behind Sarah Lynn’s death leads them to Charlotte and Penny in New Mexico.
As I said a few episodes ago, Diane’s depression has always been the most relatable thing to me on this show, and that continues here. Now that she’s started on antidepressants, Diane is happier than she’s ever been, but writing her book seems as difficult as ever. Continue reading
BoJack starts his new job as the acting professor at Wesleyan – and turns out to be surprisingly good at it. But despite his best efforts, his half-sister Hollyhock remains distant and standoffish towards him.
BoJack’s arc in the first half of the season was all about going to rehab, getting sober, and moving away from the terrible person he had become. Now we’re ready to see what comes next, as BoJack moves onto a new chapter of his life. Continue reading
Sarah Lynn’s mother hasn’t let go of the fact that her daughter died of an overdose – after getting clean. This piques the interest of a pair of reporters, who decide to start investigating the truth. Meanwhile, Hollyhock and her friends go to New York for a party.
This episode wraps up the first batch of season six, and it does it by omitting all of the main characters in favour of catching us up on the lives of some of the supporting characters. There are plenty of storylines that appear to be setting things up for part two, but only one of those is actually important – namely, the reporters looking into the death of Sarah Lynn. As you might imagine, this is going to be an incredibly important moment for BoJack in the episodes to come. Continue reading