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GLOW Season 3 Takes on Vegas (and Geena Davis)

ALSO: Free Meek, The Family, Jett, Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, and more
  • GLOW returns for its third season with a new setting and huge guest star.(Netflix)
    GLOW returns for its third season with a new setting and huge guest star.(Netflix)

    Netflix has so many good shows that it can be hard to keep up at times. While this is great for viewers, it can make it difficult for some of the streaming service's crown jewels to stand out. That was the case with GLOW last season, as it seemed to take a backseat to newcomers Russian Doll and The Kominsky Method, which is a shame, as it's one of the very best shows on television. Fortunately, it's back this week and has Netflix the spotlight all to itself.

    NEW SEASON: After running into walls last year while pursuing financing, the cast of GLOW heads to Vegas for Season 3, with a residency that lets them put on a show, while giving everyone a change of scenery. And while we're a bit nervous to see how certain storylines play out (please tread carefully with Ruth and Sam), we're thrilled to get back to the characters we love, the needle drops we jam to, and the chance to see what Geena Davis brings to the series. Streaming on Netflix

    SERIES PREMIERE: Amazon's Free Meek sits at the crossroads between tabloid celebrity series and true crime documentary. When rapper Meek Mill was arrested in 2017 for probation violations, the outcry sparked an examination into our justice system, as well as an investigation into the original case. As our Aaron Barnhart writes in his review, what begins as a depressingly familiar tale becomes hopeful as Meek becomes the face of the justice reform movement. Streaming on Amazon Prime

    SPECIAL PRESENTATION: The 5th annual We Day special celebrates positive actions taken by youth, families, and educators that help to improve the communities we live in. Special guests like Neil Patrick Harris, Mahershala Ali, Natalie Portman, Chance the Rapper, Hailee Steinfeld, Selena Gomez, and more will be on hand to help properly fête these accomplishments. 8:00 PM ET on ABC

    SERIES PREMIERE: Netflix's new documentary series The Family looks to be an eye-opener about D.C. politics and the lingering influence of the Christian right. In the series, a shadowy Christian group known as the Family exerts tremendous influence in the corridors of power in Washington, all in pursuit of a troubling global agenda. Streaming on Netflix


    • Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making the Team heats up as the cheerleaders take part in a choreography competition. 9:00 PM ET on CMT
    • What Would You Do? brings its hidden cameras along as it returns for a 15th season. 9:00 PM ET on ABC
    • Jett's first season finale finds Carla Gugino's “Jett” setting a plan in motion to free herself of Bestic (Greg Bryk) forever. 10:00 PM ET on Cinemax

    Joe Reid is the senior writer at Primetimer and co-host of the This Had Oscar Buzz podcast. His work has appeared in Decider, NPR, HuffPost, The Atlantic, Slate, Polygon, Vanity Fair, Vulture, The A.V. Club and more.

    TOPICS: GLOW, Netflix