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Netflix continues to make big splashes with their original programming and their latest move, ordering two seasons of TV series Love, is bringing together two big names in the comedy world.
Love is an "unvarnished take on a modern relationship" from Girls alum Lesley Arfin and the man who's done basically everything in comedy for the past decade, Judd Apatow. The second big name? Community dreamgirl Gillian Jacobs, who will star alongside Paul Rust (I Love You, Beth Cooper, one of the dudes from Inglorious Basterds).
The two-season order for the series, which is set to debut in 2016, is the biggest upfront commitment Netflix has handed out since House of Cards. Netflix apparently really wanted some Apatow in their lives—especially because Hulu Plus was reportedly vying for the series as well.
Also, having a built-in audience of Britta fanboys is probably a nice bonus.