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Judd Apatow and friends have officially joined Netflix’s comedy push.
Set to debut Feb. 19 on the streaming service, Apatow’s Love now has its first teaser, which mostly consists of dating advice with the tagline, “They’ve had plenty of romantic misses. But when a jaded Angeleno meets a nerdy guy, they may figure out this ‘love’ thing.”
The series was already picked up for two seasons on Netflix, with the first 10-episode season premiering in February 2016 and a new 12-episode season to debut in 2017.
The half-hour comedy stars Community‘s Gillian Jacobs and Super Fun Night‘s Paul Rust as Mickey and Gus, who attempt to navigate love in Los Angeles. The teaser has countless pieces of advice for the duo, including “Cradle your rage, hate less, be interesting,” and the more specific “Wash your car, take less Ambien, stop Googling her.”
Love’s spec script was written by Apatow, Rust and Brooklyn Nine-Nine‘s Lesley Arfin. The half-hour comedy is produced by Legendary TV.
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