Netflix is bringing another of its series to an unexpectedly early end. Judd Apatow romantic dramedy Love will officially return for its third season in March, but Netflix confirms the Gillian Jacobs-Paul Rust series won’t be back after that.
Guest stars are something of an afterthought when it comes to the sci-fi madness of Rick and Morty, but Season 3 won’t be without familiar voices. Not only will co-creator Dan Harmon stage another Community homage of sorts, but Susan freaking Sarandon will also lend her voice.
There wasn’t any way to find Love Season 2 explicitly on Valentine’s Day, but Netflix has the next best thing. See Gus and Mickey give it a second go in the first official trailer for the Apatow comedy’s second season, along with a fresh poster.
It took some time for Judd Apatow’s Gillian Jacobs-Paul Rust relationship comedy Love to land its initial two-season order, but don’t expect Mickey and Gus not to make a third go of it. Netflix confirms that Love will return for Season 3 as well, while Season 2 premieres next month.
Whether or not you fell in Love with Netlix and Judd Apatow’s Gillian Jacobs-Paul Rust anti-romance, the series will officially March on with Season 2. A new teaser and photos confirm a spring premiere, as Gus and Mickey continue their disastrous courtship.
A film about the world of improv comedy from Mike Birbiglia will be an instant must-see for some of you, but if you’re anything like me, the phrase “improv comedy” usually makes your eyes roll. If this trailer doesn’t sway you (and it should), then rest assured that Don’t Think Twice is an incredibly funny and surprisingly relatable comedy that might make you shed a tear or two.
The first full trailer for Judd Apatow's new Netflix comedy series has arrived, bracing us for the reality that relationships are — to quote co-star Paul Rust — "f—ing bulls—." I mean, he's not totally wrong. Rust, who also wrote Pee-wee's Big Holiday for Netflix, co-stars with Gillian Jacobs in the new dark comedy about a pair of misfits with a cynical view on romance who begin to fall for one another despite their misgivings.
The first teaser for Judd Apatow and Community ex Gillian Jacobs’ new Netflix series Love didn’t exactly give us a sense of the series, nor did its photos, so do two first trailers fare any better? Almost certainly, as the two-season anti-romantic comedy proves just as vulgar and funny as we’d hoped.