Love, Netflix's rom-com starring Paul Rust and Gillian Jacobs, has come to end. But what does that final shot really mean for Gus and Mickey?
Netflix delivers the final season of the Judd Apatow-produced Love, putting Mickey and Gus on the road to commitment whether they’re ready or not.
The final season of Netflix’s Love points Mickey and Gus toward a real adult relationship, and all the problems that can arise from that.
Netflix has announced that its romantic comedy series Love will end with season 3, and assigned the season a 2018 premiere date.
After a successful rookie season, Love gets deeper, more dramatic and funnier in season 2, while providing some welcome surprises, too.
The season 2 premiere of Love picks up right after Mickey and Gus's brief reconciliation, which turns into a long, awkward night together.
The first full-length trailer for season 2 of Netflix and Judd Apatow's Love teases the continuation of Gus and Mickey's relationship.
A new teaser for the second season of Netflix comedy Love hints at what shenanigans are in store for protagonists Mickey and Gus.
While not the funniest Netflix comedy, Love paints a refreshingly realistic portrait of a modern relationship in its rookie season.
Love, from producer Judd Apatow puts the focus on character in its premiere, setting the stage for a thoughtful look at relationships.
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