Feel Good is a British comedy-drama television series written by Mae Martin and Joe Hampson and produced by Objective fiction. The first season with six episodes in total originally premiered on Channel 4 on 18th March 2020 in the United Kingdom, followed by its release on All four and Netflix on 19th March 2020. The series was appreciated by many, with a rating of 8.3 out of 10 and an approval rating of 100% based on 22 reviews.
Mae Martin as Mae
Charlotte Ritchie as George
Lisa Kudrow as Linda
Tom Andrews as Kevin
Tobi Bamtefa as Nick
Ramon Tikaram as David
Adrian Lukis as Malcolm
Ritu Arya as Lava
Sophie Thompson as Maggie
Phil Burgers as Phil
Ophelia Lovibond as Binky
The series revolves around a girl Mae who is a drug addict and her struggle of balancing all aspects of her life: sexual, professional, and personal, along with her shortcomings. With the help and support of her mother Linda, boyfriend George, and others, Mae embarks on the journey to bring her life to equilibrium.
There is news that the second season of Feel Good will not be renewing on Channel 4, after all. However, this in no way means that the second season is not coming up at all! It is being said that the production preparation for the same has been postponed due to the Coronavirus pandemic that the entire world is facing sue to which the majority of the countries are under lockdown.
As a result, no trailers or teasers have yet been launched. Once everything falls back to the place, the new season is expected to release in March next year on both All four and Netflix. The news of the series not being released on Channel 4 is not yet officially confirmed and looks like we’ll have to wait till next year to find out.
Watch the trailer of Feel Good Season 2 here!
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