You should watch… Feel Good Season 2 on Netflix

We’re living in a pretty remarkable period of queer comedy, and Canadian comedian Mae Martin’s Feel Good is a glowing example.
Charlotte Ritchie and Mae Martin in Feel Good

We’re living in a pretty remarkable period of queer comedy, and Canadian comedian Mae Martin’s Feel Good is a glowing example.

Gone are the days when queer people have to infer, or hope, guess, or accept tragedy as the default: recent queer screen stories like Pose, Work in Progress, Booksmart, and Dating Amber, offer audiences a view of the world as it is, full of people of all genders and sexuality, whose triumphs, gaffes and heartbreaks feel totally real. Martin’s hilarious, heartbreaking, and painfully believable series Feel Good is no exception.

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