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– by Joseph Jammer Medina

It’s almost here: the final season of Netflix’s exceptionally well-made Love. The series hails from master of the depressing comedy, Judd Apatow, who made such films as Knocked Up and This Is 40. In case you’re just joining us, the show’s title pretty much hits the nail on the head, in that it follows a couple as they go through the ups and downs of a complex relationship.

The first two seasons were full of those textbook Judd Apatow bittersweet moments, and the end of Season 2 left me wondering just where and the hell it would go next. Last year, we learned that this next season would be the show’s last, and with this first trailer, it looks like Netflix is capitalizing on selling the whole show, rather than just the last season.

In the trailer, it spends the first minute-plus showing scenes from the first couple seasons, laying the foundation of the relationship between Mickey and Gus. Only in the last half does it kind of delve into new territory, showing a bit of what’s to come. This is actually a very smart move on the marketing, and makes the show feel more like a movie.

As someone who gave the series a shot on a whim, it helps that the show is infinitely bingeable, and selling it as a complete story like this is the way to go to get a lot of folks interested. It’s just sad that the end is so near.

What do you think of this trailer for Love Season 3? Let us know your thoughts down below!

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SOURCE: Netflix

  • John From Raleigh

    very quirky show but I enjoy it. Not has high concept as Master of None, but a solid show for people living their lives in the middle. People who are trying to do the right thing, find love but at the same time are not at the top of the food chain.

  • Moby85

    I don’t know how people like the show – I LIKE the show, I’ve seen it all, but I don’t know why it’s interesting. It’s about a fairly mundane dysfunctional relationship that doesn’t seem realistic. The nerd with the bad girl…But I still watch. I’m still entertained…Somehow.

Joseph Jammer Medina is an author, podcaster, and editor-in-chief of LRM. A graduate of Chapman University's Dodge College of Film and Television, Jammer's always had a craving for stories. From movies, television, and web content to books, anime, and manga, he's always been something of a story junkie.