Release Date: 2016

As a writer and filmmaker whose voice reaches out to all ages, Judd Apatow is a creator that many people want to work with, and Netflix nabbed him for the romance-driven comedy Love, a co-creation from Girls writer Lesley Arlin, who also worked on Awkward. and Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Netflix gave an up-front two-season order to Love, which stars Community’s Gillian Jacobs and Super Fun Night’s Paul Rust as Mickey and Gus, respectively, a couple going through the modern relationship checklist of excitement, humiliation, commitment issues and other things both were hoping not to deal with. Co-stars include Apatow vets like Freaks and Geeks’ Dave Allen and Bridesmaids’s Steve Bannos, as well as Morningwood lead singer Chantal Claret. If this show is anything like FX’s You’re the Worst, we know we’ll be in…Love…with it. Sorry.

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