Netflix has renewed semi-autobiographical dramedy “Feel Good,” created by Canadian Comic Mae Martin and Joe Hampson, for a second and final season, slated to premiere in 2021. Debuting in March 2020, the show follows the development of George and Mae’s romance in contemporary London. Mae, a Canadian comedian (a version of Mae Martin’s own persona) meets George, a repressed middle-class English woman, at the comedy club where she performs. The pair begin dating, and George learns that Mae is a former drug addict
“I’m beyond excited to be able to return to the world of Feel Good, and to see Mae and George’s love story through to the dramatic conclusion we had always planned,” said Mae Martin in a statement. “I’m really deeply attached to this story and I’m so grateful to be getting back to work with the incredible team at Objective Fiction and our hilarious cast. Having spent most of 2020 speaking only to my kettle and my television as I watched the world burn on the internet, I’m euphoric to be around other human beings again. Seeing Joe Hampson’s and my dumb jokes come to life is heaven.”
Martin and Hampson produce along with Charlotte Lewis, Kelly McGolpin and Ben Farrell. The series is produced by Objective Fiction.