“I think what they should do is just — okay so you don’t wanna do the show anymore, but let us make a movie, right? Let us wrap it up in a two-hour Netflix movie,” Maron said in an Instagram video. “They had the whole season laid out. We know where it’s gonna go.” Maron's idea was endorsed by his fellow GLOW co-stars. “F*ck it let’s be actual GLOW girls and #SaveGLOW," tweeted Kate Nash. Meanwhile, Betty Gilpin mourned GLOW with a Vanity Fair essay. "I am sad," she wrote. "It was the best job I’ll ever have. Our business is a strange mix of attempting childhood dreams to a room full of asleep people and shirking dignity for awake tomato-throwers for rent. This was one of those extremely rare times where we got to do the dream for awake people. And it didn’t disappear in an audition room or unsent email. We did it on a show, recorded it all, I swear. Thirty episodes." ALSO: Alison Brie announces Saturday's prescheduled GLOW Q&A livestream will proceed despite cancelation.