Judd Apatow’s Netflix Comedy ‘Love’ Gets Premiere Date, Teaser

For lonelyhearts and others looking for a jaded, satirical look at love and dating in Los Angeles, Netflix has set a post-Valentine’s Day binge watch for its new dark romantic comedy “Love.”

The series is created, written and exec produced by Judd Apatow, Paul Rust and Lesley Arfin. It stars Rust and Gillian Jacobs as Angelenos who are total opposites and yet somehow offer audiences an unflinching and excruciatingly honest take on modern relationships. Brent Forrester and Dean Holland are also exec producers.

The 10-episode first season will bow Feb. 19 on Netflix.

Two days later, the Apatow-produced “Girls” returns to HBO.

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  1. Arnie Tracey says:

    Given the godawful racially tone-deafness of one of the personalities involved in writing it (not male), I’d expect interracial-dates will be as “rare” in this series as date-rape drugs, or a cameo by Cosby himself.

    And, given that alcohol is in and of itself a date-rape drug, few crutches, other than cheating, are left to fill the void, which will require unsuspected talent. Well, I guess there is the big crutch: Gratuitous SEX.

    The bar is set low for this bunch of super-rich hacks.

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