Feel Good: Season 1

Feel Good: Season 1

Feel Good: Season 1

A recovering addict and comedian has her life simultaneously riveted and complicated with an all-consuming relationship with her new girlfriend.

2020Rating: TV-MAUK
ComedyDramaRomance

Streaming (1 Provider)

EPISODE 1.1
4 June 2021

Episode 1

Stand-up comedian Mae is single, in recovery and stuck in a rut. But when she meets the previously heterosexual George, they embark on a whirlwind romance that promises to change their lives forever.

EPISODE 1.2
4 June 2021

Episode 2

When George goes away to a wedding, Mae realises that she can't cope on her own and turns to her sponsor Maggie for support. Meanwhile, George hasn't told anyone she's in a relationship with a... MORE woman.

EPISODE 1.3
4 June 2021

Episode 3

George's reluctance to tell her friends about Mae is taking its toll on their sex life. Can George do the one thing that scares her the most?

EPISODE 1.4
4 June 2021

Episode 4

When her parents come to England, Mae tries to apologise for her past transgressions as an addict. But if she's expecting anything in return, she's going to have a long wait...

EPISODE 1.5
4 June 2021

Episode 5

The arrival of George's male teenage crush exposes Mae's biggest insecurities. Can their relationship survive?

EPISODE 1.6
4 June 2021

Episode 6

Mae hits rock bottom. Desperate to experience some joy, she soon falls back into old destructive habits. Is she a lost cause, or can George save her?

Feel Good: Season 1 / Reviews

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

It's a crucial similarity with Catastrophe that every time Feel Good moves in a direction that a feature film might eye as a happy ending or resolution, the series just uses it as a way to become more chaotic.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

An immaculately written and paced piece of work and a properly funny comedy...

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Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

The series is much more effective at taking Mae and George's star-crossed affair seriously than it is at mining their problems for laughs.

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Variety

Variety

Feel Good feels lowkey, insightful and real in a way that so much of TV tries to be, but rarely achieves quite like this...

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IndieWire

IndieWire

Anchoring all of this of course, is Martin, whose quippy humor is both refreshingly goofy and, at times, painfully introspective.

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New Zealand Herald

New Zealand Herald

[Strikes] an extremely watchable balance between intensity and levity...

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Screen Daily

Screen Daily

Amid the strident landscape of sexual and identity politics, it tries for love and wins our hearts...

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Boston Globe

Boston Globe

Martin is a revelation - slyly funny, charismatic, restless, and on the edge.

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Time Magazine

Time Magazine

Feel Good does exactly what it says on the tin.

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San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle

Uproarious and restlessly provocative.

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

It tells a story full of discomfort and insecurity with self-assuredness, empathy, and charm.

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Daily Telegraph

Daily Telegraph

Palpably personal and had the ring of authenticity.

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