The romantic comedy follows Gus (Paul Rust) and Mickey (Gillian Jacobs), two seemingly opposite people who begin a relationship. The cast also includes Claudia O’Doherty, Dave Allen, Steve Bannos, Chris Witaske, Chantal Claret, Briga Heelan, and David King.
In the interview, Apatow said season two will see Gus and Mickey getting to know one another:
We’re trying to show every bump along the way as these people get to know each other. The whole idea of the show is to take a slower, closer examination of every nuance as people try to get into a relationship and make it work. It’s all about baby steps, and part of it is about what you hide from people when you first meet them and how it slowly comes out.”
He also teased David Spade’s season two guest appearance:
There are a few episodes where David Spade plays the father of the teen actress Gus is tutoring, Arya, who’s played by my daughter, Iris. David’s character is a struggling actor who never did really well, but now his daughter’s doing very well. David’s one of my oldest friends, and he’s a great actor, so it was really fun to write a part where he gets to do something really unique.”
Season two of Love premieres on Netflix on March 10th.
What do you think? Have you seen Love? Will you watch season two?