Love: Season 3 (2018)

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Season 3
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Love concludes with a moving final season that explores the work that goes into making a relationship succeed, allowing its central pair to surprise the audience, each other, and ultimately themselves.

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Critic Ratings: 11

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Episodes

Air date: Mar 9, 2018

Randy pressures Mickey, Gus and Bertie into a couples weekend at his cousin's sweet Palm Springs pad, but nothing about the house is as advertised.

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Air date: Mar 9, 2018

While Mickey rides a wave of good news at work, Gus tries to spread some cheer around the tense "Wichita" set -- with demoralizing results.

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Air date: Mar 9, 2018

Gus helps a stressed-out Arya gear up for a big scene; Mickey tries to salvage Dr. Greg's disastrous book-signing event.

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Air date: Mar 9, 2018

Gus realizes he's facing a major relationship test when Mickey falls sick just as he's heading out on a horror movie location tour with friends.

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Air date: Mar 9, 2018

After a disappointing start to her first birthday in America, Bertie winds up on an action-packed L.A. adventure with a kindred spirit.

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Air date: Mar 9, 2018

Gus struggles to keep the actors and crew on task as he starts shooting his movie; Mickey sets out to show an old friend she has changed.

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Air date: Mar 9, 2018

When Gus bumps into an ex at a wedding, Mickey realizes there's a lot she still doesn't know about his past.

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Air date: Mar 9, 2018

A stunt audition inspires Chris to reconnect with Bertie; Dr. Greg begs for a spot on Stella's show; Gus asks Arya for a favor.

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Air date: Mar 9, 2018

As Gus prepares for his band's first gig and a trip back home to South Dakota, Mickey wonders if it's time for her to meet the Cruikshank clan.

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Air date: Mar 9, 2018

Back in the land of guns, cornhole and pickle wheels, Gus makes a critical relationship blunder; a plumbing crisis turns awkward for Bertie.

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Paul Rust
Gus

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Gillian Jacobs
Mickey

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Sean Clements
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Judd Apatow
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Lesley Arfin
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Judd Apatow
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Paul Rust
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Brent Forrester
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Critic Reviews for Love: Season 3

Audience Reviews for Love: Season 3

  • Jun 01, 2021
    What seemed might be a toxic relationship takes a fairy style turn in season 3, it reminds us the sweet romance is still realistic if the couple is willing to work together. Thanks to the amazing chemistry between Rust and Jacobs that make the characters more heartfelt than just a plot.
  • Apr 24, 2021
    Thoroughly enjoyed this series. Wish I'd made it last longer, but binged it mostly the day after my 2nd vaccine dose and it was a bit trippy while I felt pretty rotten.
  • Mar 19, 2021
    ) Brilliant, the smartest Netflix series I have seen in a long while! Very recognizable and everyday-lifelike, yet still captivating
  • May 22, 2020
    They feel like really people, their relationship feels real, everything about this show feels real, and because of that it's amazing.
  • Apr 27, 2020
    Wow, it's over. Now i'm surely sad & happy altogether. One of the most heartfelt TV shows I've watched, really recommended. This should have run for several more seasons at least. I won't forget this experience, thanks for doing this Mr. Apatow Gus & Mickey 4ever
  • Apr 23, 2020
    It wraps up a lot of characters stories almost perfectly. And I cried more in the last two episodes than I'm willing to admit.
  • Aug 22, 2019
    Amazing look into love and all the multi faceted components that go into relationships.
  • Feb 09, 2019
    This was a great end to the story told in this tv series. Nevertheless, this season and this tv series deserved a better final episode has the one that it had felt different from the other ones with a different pace.
  • Aug 15, 2018
    I just watched all three seasons of Love over the course of about two weeks, what a great show! I feel like three seasons was the perfect length for Mickey and Gus' story arc, but if they made a fourth season I'd probably watch it too. In the first season Mickey was a serious mess. At times I found her obsession with Gus a little hard to believe. She's absolutely beautiful and would have a million options in the real world. Gus put up with a LOT of selfishness and craziness from her and it made me a little cynical about how beautiful people like Mickey can get away with terrible behavior. Guys will just ignore all the bad stuff to be someone that looks like that. I also found all the women throwing themselves at Gus a little hard to believe, particularly the sister threesome thing, but hey, it's a show so i just kind of accepted it. It was hilarious seeing Gus screw up so many opportunities both personal and professional. Season two was probably my favorite. I think some of the funniest stuff happened on the set of Witchita. I was super impressed with the casting on this show. It was fairly diverse, and every actor really nailed their parts. The mushroom trip episode was pretty hilarious, especially Randy's pronunciation of Cah-yo-tay. One thing I'm surprised they never gave closure on was Mickey hooking up with her old boyfriend while Gus was away on the movie job. This was something that could have really tested Gus and it would have been good to see. I thought for sure it was going to come up during the wedding episode when Gus' ex fiance was triggering Mickey, but I guess the writers didn't want to include it. Maybe the message is that a few mistakes in relationships are okay and sometimes it's best to let sleeping dogs lie. I took a hiatus from dating about a year ago, and this show had me flip flopping between really wanting to be in a relationship and also really glad I'm not in one! In the end this show is incredibly romantic and it's left me with a strange hope that I might experience love again someday. Incidentally, I love how in the first episode or two they basically said romance is BS and manufactured by movies, then over the course of three seasons they totally reinforced that romantic love and relationships getting better over time really do happen. :) (One final tid bit, I loved Andy Dick's part, and also some of the other well known actors that showed up like Ed Begley and David Spade, but it was a little weird to see Andy playing himself but the other actors playing characters. No big deal but felt a little distracting at times.)
  • Jun 06, 2018
    Absolute Garbage, I can see why they cancelled it. At it's peek it only had 5/10 writing but in season 3 that turned into 1/10, because it became obvious that this wasn't a show about a relationship flourishing but instead the humor of a writer/main star who doesn't understand humor or witt and has the LITERAL appeal of a piece of wood.

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