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Netflix is still feeling the Love.
The streaming giant has renewed the Judd Apatow single-camera comedy for a third season, it was announced Wednesday.
The news comes ahead of Love‘s March 10 season-two return. A return date and episode count were not immediately available.
Love, described as a a “down-to-earth look at dating,” stars Gillian Jacobs and Paul Rust. Rust also co-created the series with Apatow and Lesley Arfin. The trio exec produce with Brent Forrester and Dean Holland.
Love is Apatow’s third comedy on the air, joining Girls, which kicks off its sixth and final season this month, and the Pete Holmes comedy Crashing, which launches this month on the pay cabler.
The series joins Netflix’s increasingly crowded slate of comedies, including Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Grace and Frankie, Master of None, Fuller House, Flaked, The Ranch, Lady Dynamite, Easy, Haters Back Off, One Day at a Time and Santa Clarita Diet.
Earlier Wednesday, Netflix also announced a pickup for the Brit Marling sci-fi drama The OA.
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