Judd Apatow's Crazy Little Thing Called 'LOVE' is Coming to Netflix
Another dysfunctional love story from Jewish entertainment mastermind Judd Apatow? Count us in!
The “Girls” and “Freaks and Geeks” writer and director, has a new TV show coming up: “Love.” Its first trailer just premiered this weekend and it promises to be as fabulously fun and awkward as any Judd Apatow creation.
The show stars Community’s Gillian Jacobs as Mickey, a slacker radio station employee, and Paul Rust as “40 year-old 12 year-old” Gus. It follows the two characters’ misadventures in romance.
In one scene, the two protagonists can be seen throwing out classic DVDs out of a car window yelling about the lie that is love: “”Sweet Home Alabama” - lies, “When Harry Met Sally” - more lies, “Homeland”… Very confusing.”
Season one of “Love” is premiering on Netflix on February 19. The show has already been signed for a second season.
Watch the trailer below:
This story "Judd Apatow's Crazy Little Thing Called 'LOVE' is Coming to Netflix" was written by Lior Zaltzman.