Netflix has released the official trailer for the third and final season of its comedy drama Love, set to premiere this spring, on March 9.
The show, created, written and executive produced by Judd Apatow, Paul Rust, and Lesley Arfin, is set in LA and follows rebellious Mickey (played by Gillian Jacobs) and good-natured Gus (played by Paul Rust) as they deal with a variety of issues while trying to make their relationship work, including intimacy, committment, and more, and dealing with job-related issues, as well.
Described as an “unflinching, hilarious and excruciatingly honest take on modern relationships”, the series will see recurring cast members Claudia O’Doherty (who plays Mickey’s goofy housemate, Bertie), Mime Mitchell (who plays Bertie’s slacker boyfriend, Randy), Iris Apatow (Judd Apatow’s daughter, who plays Gus’s child actor student, Arya), and Brett Gelman (who plays Mickey’s boss Dr. Greg Colter).
The song used in the trailer is the 2017 single “Don’t Take The Money” by American indie pop band Bleachers, from their second studio album, “Gone Now”, released in 2017. The track is available for purchase on Amazon for $1.29 and the album is also available in multiple formats at prices ranging from $9.99 to $21.29.
Apatow said about the final season of Love that he believes is the team’s “sweetest, funniest season” and that it ends the story “in a beautiful way”.