Glow Cast Asked For Inclusive, Authentic Representation Before Cancellation | Entertainment Weekly

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  • Entertainment Weekly published this video item, entitled “Glow Cast Asked For Inclusive, Authentic Representation Before Cancellation | Entertainment Weekly” – below is their description.

    Cast members revealed the open letter they’d sent to showrunners and Netflix ahead of what was supposed to be the fourth and final season.

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