Sure, House of Cards did the binge-release first, but OITNB just felt different from the rest of TV.
The peculiarity and specificity of the setting, the intense focus on women's stories, the strange mix of humor thrown into a horrible situation—basically, the Jenji Kohan of it all.
Set in the 1980s, GLOW is a fictionalized story of Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling, the women's wrestling promotion that capitalized on the success of the still-booming WWE (then WWF).
A handful of the women who don't bail make the cut and, as you would expect, become something of a makeshift family by the season's end.
The feminist message is clear from the beginning, as are the themes of self-assuredness and trying to find yourself.