The trailer for "Love's" final season is here, and once again, Bertie is the best part about this show
We hate to remind you of this, but Judd Apatow’s Netflix series Love is coming to an end. In the past two seasons, we laughed and cried with Mickey (Gillian Jacobs) and Gus (Paul Rust) as they dealt with the complexities of modern dating. Season 2 left them in a bumpy situation, but not without the potential for a happy future. We’ve spent the past few months coming up with possibilities about how their relationship will turn out, and the latest Love trailer just gave us a glimpse at what we can expect from the final season.
We’re both happy and sad to find out that Mickey and Gus’ lives are still as crazy as ever.
Perhaps as a Valentine’s Day treat, Netflix dropped a lengthy preview of Love Season 3, and it gave us ALL. THE. FEELS. It provided a rundown of the ups and downs of Mickey and Gus’ tumultuous relationship, with them apparently deciding that they want to try their hand at exclusivity. “I want to do this right, I want to be in a real adult relationship,” Mickey says. The trailer also shows snippets of the pair finally being the mature couple they’ve always wanted to be, equipped with a splash of trouble along the way.
Because Mickey and Gus aren’t Mickey and Gus without messy complications.
But the real star of Season 3 (and the whole series, really), is none other than Bertie, Mickey’s eclectic roommate and ever-reliable confidante. It appears that her slacker boyfriend, Randy, is trying to prove that he’s the guy Bertie deserves by saving up money, and that means living in his car. “The guy I deserve sleeps in his car?!” Bertie exclaims.
Bertie, you deserve a man who will give you the entire world! (But thank you for making us laugh in the process of finding that man.)
In December, Love co-creator and executive producer Judd Apatow promised to deliver a satisfying conclusion for the fans.
Hey, at least we have that, if it has to end.
We’ll hold you to that, Apatow! The third and final season of Love hits Netflix on March 9th.