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Don’t ‘Underestimate the Girl’: Kate Nash on Her New Doc, Fixing the Music Industry

Don’t ‘Underestimate the Girl’: Kate Nash on Her New Doc, Fixing the Music Industry
Kate Nash is recalling a nightmare she had recently. In the dream, the musician and star of the Netflix series Glow remembers being on a raft in a dark tunnel, surrounded by man-eating killer whales.

“I escaped the tunnel, and I was running around in this carpark, with all these trailers, that looked a little bit like the Glow trailer lot,” she explains. “And I was really scared the killer whales were gonna come for me, even though I was on pavement now. My drummer opened up a trailer door,
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Win movie merchandise with Horrible Histories: The Movie

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The family favourite Horrible Histories: The Movie – Rotten Romans comes to Digital Download 18th November and will be available on Blu-ray and DVD 25th November. To celebrate the film’s release, we are giving 5 lucky winners the chance to win a fantastic Horrible Histories merchandise pack, along with a DVD copy of the film.

Led by rising stars Sebastian Croft (Game Of Thrones) as Roman teenager Atti and Emilia Jones (Patrick) as his Celtic rival Orla, Horrible Histories: The Movie – Rotten Romans features an all-star cast including Nick Frost (Fighting With My Family) as Orla’s father Arghus, Craig Roberts (Submarine) as Emperor Nero and Kim Cattrall (Sex And The City) as Nero’s mother Agrippina.

Atti (Croft) is a Roman teenager with brains but very little brawn. When one of his schemes falls foul of Emperor Nero (Roberts) Atti is forced to join the army and sent to miserable,
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Kate Nash Pays Tribute to Amputee Tilly Lockey in ‘Bad Lieutenant’ Video

Kate Nash Pays Tribute to Amputee Tilly Lockey in ‘Bad Lieutenant’ Video
Kate Nash has released a new video for her song “Bad Lieutenant,” which pays tribute to 14-year-old amputee Tilly Lockey. Lockey rose to fame as one of the first amputees to use two bionic arms developed by Open Bionics in 2016.

“When I go through a bad time, like, it’s really important for me to remember there’s still so much joy in life,” Nash states in the video’s intro. “No matter what you’re going through, you can find that. And I feel like Tilly is just so positive.
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Glow: Season Three Viewer Votes

How are the ladies doing in Sin City during the third season of the Glow TV show on Netflix? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether a TV show like Glow is cancelled or renewed for season four. Netflix and other streaming platforms, however, collect their own data. If you've been watching this TV series, we'd love to know how you feel about the Glow season three episodes. We invite you to rate them for us here. *Status update below.

A Netflix 1980s comedy, Glow stars Alison Brie, Betty Gilpin, Sydelle Noel, Jackie Tohn, Britney Young, Kia Stevens, Gayle Rankin, Kate Nash, Britt Baron, Marc Maron, and Chris Lowell. The fictional series is inspired by the 1980s all-female professional wrestling league and the syndicated G.L.O.W.: Gorgeous Ladies of Wresting TV show. It follows a group of L.A.
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Glow

Network: Netflix.

Episodes: Tbd (half-hour).

Seasons: Four.

TV show dates: June 23, 2017 — present.

Series status: Ending.

Performers include: Alison Brie, Betty Gilpin, Sydelle Noel, Jackie Tohn, Britney Young, Kia Stevens, Gayle Rankin, Sunita Mani, Marianna Palka, Kimmy Gatewood, Rebekka Johnson, Kate Nash, Britt Baron, Marc Maron, Chris Lowell, Rich Sommer, and Bashir Salahuddin.

TV show description:

A fictional comedy, the Glow TV show is inspired by the 1980s all-female professional wrestling league and the syndicated G.L.O.W.: Gorgeous Ladies of Wresting TV series. It centers on a group of L.A. women who contribute to a low-rated cable wrestling series.

Ruth Wilder (Brie) is a struggling actress, who is having a difficult time making ends meet. Although she takes her craft quite seriously, she accepts a gig in the
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Glow: Season Four; Netflix Series Renewed for Final Season

Bittersweet news for Glow fans. Netflix just announced the TV show has been renewed for a fourth and final season.

The dramedy follows Ruth Wilder (Alison Brie), a struggling out-of-work actress as she auditions for, trains and eventually makes the first-ever women’s wrestling TV show. The cast also includes Betty Gilpin, Sydelle Noel, Jackie Tohn, Britney Young, Kia Stevens, Gayle Rankin, Sunita Mani, Marianna Palka, Kimmy Gatewood, Rebekka Johnson, Kate Nash, Britt Baron, Marc Maron, Chris Lowell, Rich Sommer, and Bashir Salahuddin.

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‘Glow’ Renewed for Fourth and Final Season at Netflix

  • Variety
‘Glow’ Renewed for Fourth and Final Season at Netflix
The final bell is ringing for “Glow.” The Netflix series has been renewed for Season 4, which will also be the show’s last.

Series creators, executive producers, and showrunners Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch will return in those roles for the final season, along with executive producers Jenji Kohan, Tara Herrmann, and Mark Burley. The series stars Alison Brie, Betty Gilpin, Marc Maron, Sydelle Noel, Kate Nash, Britney Young, Gayle Rankin, Kia Stevens, Sunita Mani, Jackie Tohn, Kimmy Gatewood, Britt Baron, Rebekka Johnson, Ellen Wong, Chris Lowell, Marianna Palka, Shakira Barrera, and Bashir Salahuddin.

Glow” is inspired by the short-lived 1980s wrestling TV show of the same name, which stood for “Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling.” It follows the fictional story of Ruth Wilder (Brie), an out-of-work, struggling actress in Los Angeles who finds one last chance for stardom when she’s thrust into world of women’s wrestling. In addition to working with 12 Hollywood misfits,
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First Look Images From Simon Pegg, Nick Frost-Starrer ‘Truth Seekers’

Amazon

Amazon has released some first-look images and further cast details for the Simon Pegg and Nick Frost-starring original series Truth Seekers. The Amazon Original comedy horror series will launch exclusively on Amazon Prime Video in over 200 countries and territories and begins filming this week.

Newcomers to the cast include Malcolm McDowell, who will play Richard, Samson Kayo who will play Elton, Emma D’Arcy who will play Astrid, Susan Wokoma who will play Helen, and Julian Barratt who will play Dr. Peter Toynbee. As previously announced, Simon Pegg will star as Dave, and Nick Frost as Gus.

Additional cast for the series also include Morgana Robinson as Janey, Kate Nash as Mary and Kevin Eldon as Jack.

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Truth Seekers is a horror-comedy series about a team of part-time paranormal investigators who team up to uncover and film ghost sightings across the UK, sharing their adventures on an
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Glow Season 3 and the Evolution of Queer Storytelling

Delia Harrington Sep 8, 2019

Glow season 3 steps up and addresses the queer and Lgbt issues of the '80s that had been simmering in the background.

The following contains spoilers for Glow season 3.

Glow’s spectacular, infectiously energetic first season was surprisingly devoid of Lgbtq characters. Yet in the intervening seasons, it has cultivated queerness in its storytelling in a way that feels organic, honest, and in line with the show’s sensibility. One of the best ways it does this is by having several different queer characters at different points along their journey of understanding their own sexuality and how it relates to the rest of their identity. Season 3, in particular, has allowed for a level of complex visibility that still feels all too rare, even in the era of peak TV.

In Glow season 1, Bash’s faithful butler/best friend Florian was the only recurring Lgbtq character. In Glow
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Glow Season 3 Brings Back a Topic About Bash That We Only Scratched the Surface on Last Season

  • Popsugar
Warning: spoilers ahead for season three of Glow!

On the surface, Netflix's Glow promises to chronicle the campy misadventures of a wrestling show set in Las Vegas, but what the recently released third season actually gives us is an emotional punch to the gut in the form of Sebastian "Bash" Howard (Chris Lowell).

Bash finds himself wrestling with his identity after he learns that his childhood friend and butler, Florian, lost his life to an AIDS-related bout of pneumonia. The news leads to an impulse marriage to Rhonda "Britannica" Richardson (Kate Nash) - a move that confuses his cast and coworkers. Yet, the audience knows the truth behind this decision comes from his unwillingness to be seen in the same light as his fallen friend.

The third season of Glow doesn't have Bash formally come out as gay or reveal the full nature of his relationship with Florian - although like the previous season,
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‘Horrible Histories: The Movie – Rotten Romans’ Review

  • Nerdly
Stars: Sebastian Croft, Emilia Jones, Nick Frost, Craig Roberts, Kate Nash, Kim Cattrall, Derek Jacobi, Rupert Graves, Warwick Davis, Alexander Armstrong, Kevin Bishop, Chris Addison | Written by Caroline Norris, Giles Pilbrow | Directed by Dominic Brigstocke

Horrible Histories: The Movie – Rotten Romans is the long-awaited feature film version of the infamous British television show of the same name. The first of presumably many spin-offs, Horrible Histories: The Movie – Rotten Romans focuses on as the title description states the Romans. The film follows Atti (Sebastian Croft) who gets into trouble with the new emperor Nero (Craig Roberts) and as punishment is sent to Britain, Aka the Stain. Atti is soon taken captive by Orla (Emilia Jones), a young wannabe warrior, while in the background the rise of Boudicca (Kate Nash) against the Romans begins.

First and foremost Horrible Histories: The Movie – Rotten Romans, for the intended target audience, is a blast. The
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Glow: Season Four? Netflix Series Producers Hopeful for Renewal and Satisfying Ending

Glow just debuted its third season on August 9th, but will there be a fourth? Recently, co-creators Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch spoke with The Hollywood Reporter about the future of the Netflix TV show.

The dramedy follows Ruth Wilder (Alison Brie), a struggling out-of-work actress as she auditions for, trains and eventually makes the first-ever women’s wrestling TV show. The cast also includes Betty Gilpin, Sydelle Noel, Jackie Tohn, Britney Young, Kia Stevens, Gayle Rankin, Sunita Mani, Marianna Palka, Kimmy Gatewood, Rebekka Johnson, Kate Nash, Britt Baron, Marc Maron, Chris Lowell, Rich Sommer, and Bashir Salahuddin.

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‘Glow’ Season 3 Made The Case for a Great Season 4 (Column)

  • Variety
Spoiler Alert: This column contains spoilers for the entirety of the third season of Netflix’s “Glow.”

Just as “Orange is the New Black” once used its preppy blonde protagonist to lure unsuspecting viewers into a show about inequality, “Glow” uses wrestling to unpack what it means to be empowered. The logline of the show boils down to “a ragtag group of ‘80s women become wrestlers,” conjuring neon images of glitter and hairspray, wisecracks and padded shoulders reaching to the sky. And while all of that has been present in “Glow” since its 2017 debut, the show also quickly revealed itself to be about so much more than its Spandexed surface. It’s about ambition, passion, and drive. It’s about the complexities of navigating the workplace, even if the office is a bright pink wrestling ring. It’s about learning who you are, and learning to love it.

The third season of “Glow,
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‘Glow’ Season 3: A Little Less Conversation, A Little More Action, Please

‘Glow’ Season 3: A Little Less Conversation, A Little More Action, Please
This post contains full spoilers for Glow Season Three, which Netflix released on Friday.

In the closing moments of Glow‘s third season, Britney Young’s Carmen announces plans to leave the show-within-the-show because, she says, “I want to wrestle, and I can’t do that here anymore.”

Carmen’s in a unique position among the Netflix dramedy’s main characters. Almost everyone else fell into wrestling by accident, or for lack of a better option, where Carmen grew up in the wrestling world and loves it for its own sake.
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Here’s the History Behind Bash and Rhonda’s Marriage on Glow

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Netflix's Glow is back for a third season set in the glitz and glam of Las Vegas, but fans may still be reeling from the previous season's finale involving the wedding of Sebastian "Bash" Howard (Chris Lowell) and Rhonda "Britannica" Richardson (Kate Nash). The union comes as a surprise to the show's characters since Bash doesn't display romantic feelings for Rhonda until after their marriage - a development that leaves the audience in doubt about his motivations. However, we'd argue the unspoken reason behind Bash and Rhonda's wedding goes far beyond what we see on the screen.

Think back to "Rosalie," the penultimate episode of the second season. Rhonda announces to her fellow wrestlers that she doesn't have a social security number and that she's been working "off the grid," so that she can stay in the Us rather than return to her native England. When her castmates urge
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‘Glow’ Bosses Break Down Season 3: ‘It’s More Like Summer Stock’

  • Variety
‘Glow’ Bosses Break Down Season 3: ‘It’s More Like Summer Stock’
Spoiler Alert: Do not read if you have not yet watched the third season of “Glow,” streaming now on Netflix.

What happens in Las Vegas now may stay there, as the infamous tourism slogan claims, but what the characters of “Glow” experience in the Nevada town during the third season of their streaming comedy will certainly reverberate greatly in their lives well beyond the city limits.

The third season of “Glow” kicks off in January 1986, just after the merry band of public access wrestlers have picked up and moved east to perform their show live, nightly, in the fictional Fan-Tan Hotel and Casino. More specifically, it is January 28, 1986, and part of Ruth (Alison Brie) and Debbie’s (Betty Gilpin) promotion for the show is to appear live on-air commenting in their respective wrestling personas on the Challenger liftoff. Moments into their interview, the event turns fatal for the crew aboard the ship,
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Glow Cancelled or Renewed for Season Four on Netflix?

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What does the future hold for the ladies of Glow? Has the Glow TV show been cancelled or renewed for a fourth season on Netflix? The television vulture is watching all the latest TV cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Glow, season four. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?   

What's This TV Show About?

A Netflix scripted comedy, Glow stars Alison Brie, Betty Gilpin, Sydelle Noel, Jackie Tohn, Britney Young, Kia Stevens, Gayle Rankin, Kate Nash, Britt Baron, Marc Maron, and Chris Lowell. The fictional series is inspired by the 1980s all-female professional wrestling league and the syndicated G.L.O.W.: Gorgeous Ladies of Wresting TV show. It follows a group of L.A. women at the center of a low-rated cable wrestling series. The
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Glow Season 3 Review: The Lights Aren't as Bright for the New Season

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Glow Season 3 Review: The Lights Aren't as Bright for the New Season
If you jump into Glow Season 3 without having watched the first two seasons, you might think Glow stands for the lights of the gleaming Las Vegas Strip.

Wrestling is more of an afterthought now that the ladies have reached new, dizzying heights headlining a Las Vegas revue.

The different locale impacts the series overall allowing for deeper character insight but at the cost of what makes Glow glow. The fun factor takes a hit.

To headline a Las Vegas show, you need a product that plays night after night. There isn't room for mistakes because even one error can end the production.

Like a Broadway play, the performers put on show after show and do the same, repetitive routines. That's what a Vegas show is all about.

Four Weddings and a Funeral Review: Serviceable, But Uninspired

Unfortunately for the series, the gorgeous ladies of wrestling are just like the other ladies on the strip.
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Horrible Histories: The Rotten Romans Review

‘What did the Romans ever do for us?’ A question immortalised by Monty Python and coyly repeated by a disgruntled Celt in Horrible Histories: The Movie. Played with a nod and a wink, this comedic open goal says all you need to know about the arch, playful and endearingly silly streak which has made Horrible Histories such a phenomenal success.

Whether it was the magazines, well-thumbed books or TV series, the franchise has bounded across time engaging kids and parents alike. Just as the same crew saw great success with the endearing Bill, the main show’s transition to the big screen is a vibrant romp.

Rotten Romans begins in resplendent Rome but then spends the majority of its time in the much more prosaic – and hey, much cheaper – Britain. In switching locations, we follow Atti (Sebastian Croft), the quick-witted teen forced into service as a Roman soldier. Unwilling to fight,
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Whatever Happened to Kate Nash?

When it comes to Kate Nash you really want to feel for her as Richard Godwin of The Guardian seems to, but then there are moments in the narrative of her own life that make it hard to really do much more than wonder why she thought the music industry was going to be any different than it was and still is. It’s a business after all, and the sad part is that some people, like Nash, do get swept up in it and don’t know when to call a time-out, no matter what that might do to their career.

Whatever Happened to Kate Nash?
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