Got millennial love woes? Love's got you covered. On Feb. 19, a new Netflix original series from Judd Apatow (Trainwreck, Knocked Up, a million other things) will hit the streaming service. Apatow co-created the show with Lesley Arfin, as well as Paul Rust, who stars as the show's male protagonist Gus to love interest Mickey (Gillian Jacobs). The show will chronicle modern relationships in a way that we can only imagine will be very Apatow—awkward, funny, heartfelt. The above teaser doesn't give us much except maybe a list of 2016 resolutions: "Be grateful," "stop judging," "be less insane," etc., etc., "show more boob." Hopefully it's nothing like the MOVIE Love.
The show has already been ordered for two seasons, with 10 episodes in the first and 12 episodes in the second. The premiere date (Feb. 19) will just miss Valentine's Day, but maybe that's the point.