Netflix will end ‘Love’ with Season 3
One more season with Gillian Jacobs
Netflix had a bittersweet announcement this week for fans of the comedy-drama “Love,” confirming that the series will only be getting one more season. The popular video-streaming service did offer up a premiere date for the final season, stating that the Netflix Original Series will become available on the network on March 9, 2018.
This will be the third, and again final, season of the series, which has been popular with critics and fans since 2016. Like the seasons before it, all episodes will become available at once with the show drops in March. Season three continues to follow the trials and tribulations of Mickey (Gillian Jacobs) and Gus’s (Paul Rust) romance. Fans will find out how the dynamic-duo end up when the show premieres this winter. Over three seasons, viewers around the world have laughed, cringed, and cried with Mickey and Gus, and we are excited to share this concluding journey with their fans,” said Cindy Holland, Netflix Vice President of Original Series.
“I am really excited about the third season of Love. I think it is our sweetest, funniest season and ends our story in a beautiful way,” said series co-creator and executive producer Judd Apatow.
Love was created by Judd Apatow, Paul Rust and Lesley Arfin and produced with Legendary.
“We couldn’t have hoped for better companions to go on this journey of Love with than the incomparable Judd Apatow, Gillian Jacobs, Paul Rust, Lesley Arfin and the rest of the fantastic cast and crew who have brought this special series to life.
If you’re a fan of Gillian Jacobs, the actor will be appearing in “Life of the Party” with Melissa McCarthy and Shannon Purser; the film “Ibiza” with Richard Madden and Vanessa Bayer; and Disney’s “Magic Camp” with Jeffrey Tambor, and Adam Devine. Judd Apatow’s “Juliet, Naked” is hitting theaters this January, if you need to set a reminder. The film was directed by Jesse Peretz, and based on the popular Nick Hornby novel. That film will feature Rose Byrne, Ethan Hawke, and Chris O’Dowd.