Feel Good season 2 Netflix release date: Will there be another series?

Netflix and Channel 4 recently dropped its new drama series Feel Good. The show follows Mae (played by Mae Martin), who is an up-and-coming comic as she embarks on a romance with George (Charlotte Ritchie). Feel Good charts their relationship as well exploring addiction, sexuality and modern-day love.

Will there be another series of Feel Good?

Channel 4 and Netflix has yet to confirm whether the show has been renewed.

Express.co.uk has reached out to Channel 4 for comment on a possible recommission and will update this story when any news does emerge.

Any renewals are based on viewing figures. Both Channel 4 and Netflix will be looking at numbers before making a decision either way.

Netflix generally keeps its viewing figures under wraps but does have a section on its site sharing the top 10 programmes people will be watching on the platform each day.


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If enough people watch Feel Good, it could get the green light for another series.

Previously speaking to NME, Martin was enthusiastic about continuing the show and said she had an idea of where the story could go.

She said to the publication: “Nothing’s confirmed but we have loads of stories to tell.

“I want to see [Mae and George] go to Canada and see them try to transform that relationship into a healthy long term one – and if they can do it.”

Martin added: “You don’t really know if they’re good for each other or not in the end, right?

“Do they bring out the best in each other or the worst? Or is it just too much?”

When will Feel Good season 2 be released on Netflix?

Feel Good season one came out on Netflix on March 19 with all episodes dropping at once.

In the UK, Channel 4’s streaming platform All 4 released the show on March 18.

Channel 4 is also broadcasting the series on linear TV on a weekly basis for those who don’t like to binge.

If and when season two gets the green light, Feel Good could be back as soon as March 2021.

But this if of course dependent on the coronavirus pandemic which has been halting film and TV productions across the world.

Season two could also have six 30-minute episodes like the first outing, depending on the order from Netflix and Channel 4.

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Who will be in the cast of Feel Good season 2?

Canadian stand-up comedian Mae Martin, who plays the lead character Mae would once again be back should the show get a second outing.

Martin co-wrote Feel Good with Joe Hampson and is a semi-autobiographical take on the comedienne’s life and dealing with addiction.

The show could also see the return of Call The Midwife and Ghosts actress Charlotte Ritchie as love interest George.

Other cast members who could be back for another outing include Friends star Lisa Kudrow as Mae’s mother Linda, Sophie Thompson as Mae’s sponsor Maggie and Phil Burgers as George’s Flatmate Phil.

Other stars could include Tom Andrews as Kevin and Ritu Arya as Lava as well as some new cast members.


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What will happen in Feel Good season 2?

The show is likely to be picking up from the end of the first outing.

A season two could continue with Mae’s life and the rise of her career as well as how she grows as a character.

Additionally, the programme is going to continue to explore its core themes around love, sexuality and addiction.

Mae will still face her demons with addiction as she pursues a relationship with George, whom she has kept in the dark about certain parts of her life.

Feel Good is streaming on Netflix and All 4 now

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