Glow, the Netflix series about a female wrestling company from the 1980s, will not return for a fourth season as planned due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The work had started in a final season, but now it will not be completed or shown.
Netflix says Covid ” build shooting this show physical affinity with its large cast mainly difficult.”
Actress Kimmy Gatewood, who played Stacey, says she was “demolished” while fans and critics said the show’s premature end “feels like a useless.”
Stars Alison Brie and Britt Baron also broadcast their reactions, with Brie saying “she was going to miss this.”
In a statement to Deadline, writer Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch said: “Covid19 has killed a real individual. They gave us the creative freedom to do a complicated comedy about women and tell their stories.
And fight. And now that’s over.”They said they knew things were happening in the world that were “much massive than this right now.” They add-on: “But it still sucks that we can’t see these 15 women cooperatively again.”
The cast spent three weeks filming the fourth season when the pandemic struck in March, having completed the first episode and started working on the second, Deadline said.
But filming in Los Angeles with a large cast that is closely meant that had become too costly and risky for Netflix resume, reported the website of the film industry.
Fans and critics lamented the disappearance of the program while praised for being “so bold, deformed and silly and yet so emotionally sharp and realistic about the 1980s for women”. It will end after one series.