Impact Wrestling & Lucha AAA star Taya Valkyrie has admitted to feeling “heartbroken” after Netflix announced on Monday that they have canceled women’s wrestling comedy-drama, ‘GLOW’.
Following the recent news of GLOW’s cancelation, Valkyrie took to her Instagram page to comment, as well as reveal that she had been cast in and had already begun filming for season four.
“Now that it’s officially been cancelled, I guess I can talk about it……To say I’m disappointed would be an understatement. This past February I was cast on @glownetflix S4. This was finally my chance to be seen as an actress, to work with some of the most talented women behind and in front of the camera. I’m heart broken that the work we did will never be seen and that we didn’t get to finish what had been started. Thank you to everyone that was so nice to me and supportive on set. I guess I’ll just have to wait a little longer to meet ya Hollywood 💔.” she wrote.
GLOW was a comedy-drama based on the characters and gimmicks of the 1980s women’s professional wrestling promotion, the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling. The show enjoyed three series. The fourth season was about three weeks into filming, having completed one episode before production was stopped in mid-March due to the global pandemic.
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