We love a Netflix original about a bunch of bad-ass women, and Glow is our latest obsession. Showcasing a bunch of unsatisfied women in the gender roles of the 80’s wanting to break out this wrestling comedy drama is the shit.
With the show over and the winner crowned, it’s time to catch up with all out ladies in one of the most intense reunion show in herstory!
We are now down to our final three queens, and it’s a tight race ahead of the finale! Well, between two of the girls at least. At this point it’s so exciting to see who will be the first ever Drag Race winner!
With so few successful LGBT members in the media, it is important to recognise and support the openly gay stars that we do have. Jussie Smollett performs double duty for minorities as a successful gay, black man.
We’re just one episode away from out finale, and sadly one of these queens won’t be making it!
Just five girls remain to fight their way into the final three, and with a make over challenge that relies on working with strangers, its anybodies guess who will go.
Female-fronted Netflix shows are the bomb-diggity, an early noughties throwback about a savvy hustler starting her own fashion business while juggling her complicated life is honestly more than we could ask for – and we’re so greatful.
Another great episode in the bag, only a handful of contestants are left to fight for the title of drag superstar!
We’re on just the third episode now and so much has happened already, it’s insurmountable how much drag queens can bring to reality tv in comparison to regular competition shows.
After viewing the last episode, it is crazy to see quite how much the show has changed in its inception, though the one thing that has been consistent; the drama!