Feel Good: Season 1 (2020)

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Season 1
Feel Good

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An intimate portrait of addiction and love, Feel Good is at once sweetly charming, uncomfortably complicated, and completely worth falling for.

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Critic Ratings: 42

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Air date: Mar 19, 2020

Stand-up comic Mae is stuck in a rut -- she's single, in recovery from a drug addiction and sleeping on a friend's sofa; then she meets the charismatic but previously heterosexual George.

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Air date: Mar 19, 2020

When George goes away to a wedding, Mae realizes she's forgotten how to be on her own; meanwhile, George doesn't tell anyone she's dating a woman.

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Air date: Mar 19, 2020

As their relationship continues to heat up at home, Mae is growing increasingly insecure about George's public attitude toward her; things come to a head when they attend a house party.

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Air date: Mar 19, 2020

Mae learns her parents are visiting England but haven't thought to tell her; they're in Blackpool, scattering the cat's ashes; an incensed Mae hotfoots it to the North to join them, taking George with her for moral support.

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Air date: Mar 19, 2020

The arrival of heartthrob Arnie Rivers, George's teenage crush, at the comedy club knocks Mae's confidence; Arnie tells Mae to be as honest as possible on stage, catapulting her career but collapsing her relationship with George.

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Air date: Mar 19, 2020

Mae hits rock bottom after her break-up with George; while George is pining for her, Mae is having casual sex and starts to fall back into her old habits of self-destruction.

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Cast & Crew

Mae Martin
Mae

Actor
Charlotte Ritchie
George

Actor
Sophie Thompson
Maggie

Actor
Lisa Kudrow
Linda

Actor
Tom Andrews
Kevin

Actor
Phil Burgers
Phil

Actor
Tobi Bamtefa
Nick

Actor
Al Roberts
Jared

Actor
Pippa Haywood
Felicity

Actor
Lolly Adefope
Florence

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Ritu Arya
Lava

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Ramon Tikaram
David

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Jack Barry
Jack

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Rosalind March
Brenda

Actor
Sindhu Vee
Karen

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Ben Farrell
Executive Producer
Nancy MacKay
Executive Producer
Toby Stevens
Executive Producer
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Critic Reviews for Feel Good: Season 1

Audience Reviews for Feel Good: Season 1

  • Nov 16, 2021
    I didn't like the show, boring and pretentious
  • Oct 30, 2021
    More entertaining than I expected. The episodes are short (~25 mins) and there aren't many in the "season", so it's a quick view.
  • Jul 23, 2021
    Somewhat well-made but painfully, heavy-handedly self-consciously daring, darling, edgy, quirky, and depressing. Please make it stop.
  • Jun 21, 2021
    Self-identity, gender-identity, addiction, parent and peer issues, all revealed along the relationship of two lovers. Mae - a sexually fluid comedian who struggle with her identity George - a dogmatic, culturally-straight english teacher. 'Feeling good' had done excellent job creating Mae and George worlds, and how that two worlds interweaved and expanded as the relationship advanced. Its lines are so raw and genuine, three beginning episodes might sound like everyday conversations, but the laters brought such brilliant emotional resonance, like the last episode when all of them fell apart.
  • Jun 14, 2021
    Explores grey morality and believably complicated characters while maintaining enough humor to keep it rolling rapidly along.
  • Jun 09, 2021
    I'm just lost for - well scrambling for - words. Never ever in over a decade has the rotten tomatoes crew let me down. After doom watching 5 episodes I don't see the charm in any way of this series. In a word, sorry to say, Lame!
  • May 27, 2021
    smart script, sympathetic characters. a lot of fun.
  • Apr 26, 2021
    Acting, jokes, production are unbelievably poor... It is boring collection of cliches, poor characters... I can't believe it is 100% fresh... So disappointing piece of nothing
  • Apr 10, 2021
    This show is so funny and so real.
  • Feb 26, 2021
    Warm, biting and hilarious. Mae Martin is hugely likeable and her hardships can be felt by all. She doesn't wait to bring you into her world. It's a tough watch at times though, no one is perfect and that is the point. Watch it.

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