Alison Brie calls GLOW cancellation 'the great heartbreak of my career

Alison Brie has opened up about the decision to cancel Netflix the show GLOW in a brand new interview.

GLOW was a dramedy with three seasons series that focused on a female wrestler team in 1985. 

It was loosely based on the real account about GLOW, the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling. 

Netflix canceled an earlier-ordered fourth season and the final one for the series in October of 2020 

when production had already started and was citing concerns about the spread of pandemics. 

The time was when the top management at the streaming company stated in an email to Deadline that physical distance 

"makes filming this intimate show, with its massive ensemble cast particularly challenging".

Almost an entire year later the show's star Alison spoke to Decider that the cancellation of GLOW is "the great heartbreak of my career".

She said: "It will forever live on as, like, this great thing. I loved working on it - maybe more than anything I've worked on! - and I miss it a lot... I feel very grateful for the time I had on the show."