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Feel Good

A charming Fleabag-esque take on LGBTQ+ love

Comedy

7.0

show

UK

English

Funny

2020

Adrian Lukis, Charlotte Ritchie, Lisa Kudrow

Synopsis

Our Take

7.0
Staff

Lisa Kudrow and many other recognizable faces star in this sweet British comedy that feels like a Fleabag take on LGBTQ+ love.

Mae (played by Canadian comedian Mae Martin) is a stand-up comic in London who starts dating a fan, George (Charlotte Ritchie). Up to that point, George had only dated men.

Martin also co-wrote and co-created the show, with Skins’ Joe Hampson, making Feel Good a semi-autobiographical show.

Mae the character is self-destructive, but also funny and sharp. George is lost and unpredictable. Following them as they navigate their new relationship is sometimes funny, more times heartbreaking, but always charming.

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