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Feel Good Season 2 – Release Date, Cast, Plot, Trailer And Everything We Know So Far

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Let’s hope to feel good again. Despite the positive critical reception of Feel Good season 1, a second season has not been announced yet. The first season was released on March 19, 2020. The semi-biographical romantic comedy-drama follows the life of a recovering addict and comedian, Mae, as she navigates the ups and downs of her perfectly imperfect relationship with George.

The show has received positive feedback from critics who lauded the performances of the cast, the themes explored by the show, the engaging storyline, and the brilliant portrayal of queer romance and addiction.

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Will there be a season 2?

Currently, there is no season two announced yet. But the positive reception received by the show could be enough for the creators and the network to renew it for a second season. Also, most fans have finished binge-watching the show on Netflix and are eagerly awaiting a second season, which means that the show has gained popularity due to positive word of mouth.

What is the plot?

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In season 2, show creator and lead actress Mae Martin could continue to show us viewers some more excerpts from her life. Season two could show the struggles that Mae and George are going through to maintain their relationship, overcoming their differences, withstanding the objections raised by their family and friends, and balancing their personal life and work life.

Who will return?

Mae Martin and Charlotte Ritchie could return to reprise their lead roles. Lisa Kudrow and Adrian Lukis could return to portray Mae’s parents, who live in Canada. The other returning cast members include Sophie Thompson, Ophelia Lovibond, Ritu Arya, Phil Burgers, Al Roberts, Pippa Haywood, Steen Raskopoulos, Jack Barry, Sindhu Vee, Tom Andrews, Lolly Adefope, Tom Durant-Pritchard, Barry Ward, Ramon Tikaram, and Tobi Bamtefa.

Release date of season 2

The first season released in March 2020. If Mae Martin begins production on season two soon, we might get a season two release in early 2021, but that will depend on when production actually starts and finishes. Meanwhile, fans can only hope that there is season two in store for them.

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