Judd Apatow, Lesley Arfin, and Paul Rust’s “Love” Now Streaming on Netflix
Valentine’s Day may be past us all (thankfully), but that doesn’t mean you can still reexamine the complexities and futilities of modern relationships and romance by binge watching the latest Netflix series.
Here’s a Full Trailer for Apatow/Rust/Arfin’s New Netflix Series “Love”
Judd Apatow’s next series after Girls, that he’s overseeing along with Paul Rust and Lesley Arfin, is coming to Netflix and seems to seems to stay in that somewhat grounded reality of questioning the old template we have for relationships and relationship dynamics.
Paul Rust and Gillian Jacobs also seem like a fun pairing as well.
Watch the trailer for Love here, then look for all episodes to start streaming on Feb. 19th.
Meet Gus and Mickey from the New Netflix Series “Love”
The Judd Apatow/Lesley Arfin/Paul Rust series Love starring Paul Rust and Gillian Jacobs coming to Netflix has our interest peaked, especially since Girls is coming to a close soon.
From the looks of these promos, those of you who fell in love with Master of None and are fans of Catastrophe, Togetherness, Transparent, and You’re The Worst, Netflix has got another romantic dramedy on their hands that you’ll probably want to check out.
All the episodes start streaming on Feb. 19th.
Also, we’re pretty sure that’s Kyle Kinane getting sucker punched at the end of the promo above.
Teaser for Judd Apatow, Lesley Arfin, and Paul Rust’s “Love” Teases 2016 Resolutions
There isn’t any footage from the show or any footage of anything at all really in this teaser for Netflix’s new comedy series Love from Judd Apatow, Lesley Arfin, and Paul Rust.
Instead, there’s a montage of title cards that offer some more realistic resolutions. We’re guessing that’s a list of issues that are going to come up in the series between its stars Paul Rust and Gillian Jacobs. Let your imagination run wild with that until a proper trailer drops.
Look for Love to start streaming on Feb. 19th (note how that’s five whole days after Valentine’s Day).
Oh, There’s Also This Great New Music Video From Don’t Stop or We’ll Die, The Band Harris Wittels Was a Drummer For
Don’t Stop or We’ll Die was another example of the wonderful silliness that emanated from Harris Wittels. He played drums for the band that walked a fine line between solid pop and comedy along with Paul Rust and Michael Cassady.
A great music video for their song Lisa was just released today.
Judd Apatow Produced Pee-wee Herman Movie Headed to Netflix
(via The Wrap)
Netflix has already nabbed up The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt from NBC and now they’ve gotten distribution rights from Universal, the film side of NBC Universal, to the upcoming Pee-wee Herman movie that will start shooting sometime next year.
Judd Apatow is producing and Paul Reubens and Paul Rust are co-writing the movie together, which makes for another big score for the online streaming giant and yet another sign of where movie and TV distribution is headed.
Netflix Orders 2 Seasons of Judd Apatow Series “Love” Starring Gillian Jacobs and Paul Rust
Not only has Netflix set up the return of Judd Apatow at the head of his own TV show (remember Freaks and Geeks and Undeclared?) with a nice top billing of Gillian Jacobs and Paul Rust, but they’re not wasting any more time in development by ordering Love straight to series and doubling down with two seasons.
Currently, there are few details about Love other than it will explore the sort of fragile, counterintuitive relationships that Apatow loves delving into.
So, with that, Netflix must know something great that we all don’t know with two seasons ordered.