Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Netflix has dropped the trailer for the second season of “Love,” Judd Apatow’s romantic comedy series. The new batch of episodes debut globally on the streaming platform on March 10.
Paul Rust and Gillian Jacobs return in the new season as Gus and Mickey — formerly friends and now dysfunctional lovers.
The preview shows the pair struggling with their newfound commitment.
Mickey, a recovering “sex and love addict,” seems unsure if she’s got what it takes to be a stable partner. Gus meanwhile tries to match her wild ways, taking some special mushrooms in an effort to impress her.
“Why did I do that?” he screams. “Am I going to die?”
“No. You’re probably just going to have more fun,” Mickey says.
“Love” is based in part on the real life relationship between co-creators Rust and Lesley Arfin, who are now married — signaling the possible direction the show might go.
Apatow’s other comedy series, HBO’s “Girls,” launched its last season on Sunday.