About this time last year, I discovered what I consider to be one of Netflix’s most wonderful hidden gems, Love, starring Gillian Jacobs and Paul Rust. The show follows Jacobs as the lovable screw-up, Mickey Dobbs, a radio show producer struggling with adulting and sobriety; and Rust’s nerdy, but relatively stable, Gus Cruikshank, an aspiring writer paying his bills by tutoring tweens on the set of Wichita. These two delightful degenerates explore what it means to find love in a hopeless place as they smoke and drink their way through an unforgiving Los Angeles. They are joined by a solid cast of characters that supplement the main storyline with one liners that will leave you wanting more. Notable sideshows include Claudia O’Doherty as Mickey’s pushover roommate, Bertie Bauer, and Iris Apatow as the spoiled child star with a twinge of golden heart, Arya Hopkins. If you’re looking for a new binge-worthy show, look no further. Love spans three seasons, with the latest having launched March 9th. The only downside: it’s the final season. Too soon for a reboot?!