The GLOW cast would love to have AJ Lee and Nia Jax guest-star on the show

Season two of GLOW, Netflix’s Emmy-nominated comedy, wrapped with Ruth, Debbie, and the other Gorgeous Ladies Of Wrestling boarding a bus to Las Vegas. With the show being renewed for a third season, and the future wide open, we looked ahead with the cast to find out which wrestling icons they’d love to have guest-star…

The stars of GLOW and Dear White People want you to "chill" to their Netflix shows

Summer is finally winding down, we’re on the cusp of hoodie-wearing season, which means people around the country will start to stay indoors to snuggle up with a partner and binge whatever Netflix show is dominating the zeitgeist. Or maybe they’ll use watching Netflix as a not-so-veiled innuendo for getting into other…

Marc Maron marks 25 years on Conan O'Brien's shows by being Marc, but with a guitar

On Monday’s Conan, host Conan O’Brien noted that his late-night, on-camera relationship with first guest Marc Maron goes back a full quarter-century. Well, nearly, as Conan joked, “You know, the first year we weren’t sure about you.” Maron replied, “And then you realized I could alienate people over and over again,”…

Marc Maron says Louis CK lied to him about sexual misconduct: “I knew what most people knew” 

Following up on a tweet promising to discuss the issue more on his show and “not [on] a shitty platform like Twitter,” on today’s episode of WTF, Marc Maron discussed the sexual misconduct charges against his friend Louis CK at length. Maron and CK have had a rocky relationship over the years—an early episode of WTF…

Marc Maron is a self-described "alpha pussy" in the trailer for his new Netflix special

Marc Maron has a new Netflix special coming up soon, and, with it, some new additions to the cranky cultural lexicon. Like “alpha pussy,” a title the stand-up and GLOW star dubs himself with in the new trailer for Too Real, a term describing someone who’s just as rage-filled as a stereotypical “alpha male,” but …

Here’s what’s coming to (and leaving from) Netflix in September

Netflix is bringing up the rear in streaming announcements, but its offerings are highly anticipated enough that it doesn’t really matter that the platform’s a little late to the preview party. Early this fall (or in the death throes of summer, if you prefer) subscribers will be able to watch Netflix originals like…

GLOW almost sells pro wrestling better than the real (fake) thing

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Two prospective stars of the squared circle toss a medicine ball back and forth. Debbie (Betty Gilpin) is concerned about her prospects with GLOW, the perfectly cheesy acronym—standing for “Gorgeous Ladies Of Wrestling”—for a perfectly cheesy professional wrestling promotion. She wants pointers from Carmen (Britney…

Our favorite podcasts of 2016

Last year, podcasting hit a hot streak, as Barack Obama took to Marc Maron’s garage for one of his most candid interviews, proving that this medium remains dedicated to the sincere, unifying power of the conversation. This year, the focus on politics remained with Hillary Clinton not simply guesting, but rather…

The first trailer for Joe Swanberg’s Easy looks at modern love in Chicago

Netflix has released a full trailer for Easy, Joe Swanberg’s sex anthology series set in Chicago. Easy tells eight stories in eight episodes, bouncing around between a diverse crew of Chicagoans as they “fumble through the modern maze of love, sex, technology, and culture.” The trailer shows the characters grappling…

Marc Maron to step out of the garage and into the ring on Netflix’s G.L.O.W.

Marc Maron, taking a break from wrestling with his own crippling self-doubt, will be joining the cast of Netflix’s new comedy series based on The Gorgeous Ladies Of Wrestling, G.L.O.W. Maron is coming on board as Sam Sylvia, who according to The Hollywood Reporter is “a washed-up Hollywood director who has a very…

Maron returns fresh and reinvigorated, even though Marc’s on drugs

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The underlying story of WTF With Marc Maron, the comedian’s celebrated podcast, has always been one of recovery and redemption. After a decades-long stand-up career and multiple canceled shows on the liberal talk-radio network Air America, in 2009 Maron was at his professional bottom, unsure where to turn next. It’s…