Judd Apatow on Love - All Good Things Must Come to An End
The third and final season of Love has recently aired on Netflix and believe us - we are LOVING it! To be honest, the first season of Love got off to a very strong start; I'd guess you'd call it 'love' at first sight, (sorry, we had to!) Although the hard news of its final season is out, its third season answers viewers much anticipated questions.
Produced by Apatow Productions and Legendary Television, “Love” is created, written and executive produced by Apatow, Rust and Lesley Arfin. As everyone knows, every Netflix original is pure gold. Tie on Judd Apatow's name to it and its nearly untouchable. The series follows the lives of Angelenos in their 20s-30s as they try to navigate life in the city while dealing with the dreadful, but all to realistic, vice of finding love. Luckily for us we also got a moment to speak with Judd Apatow at the HBO Premiere of the docu-series of The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling.
"The fun thing about making LOVE, there aren't a lot of a how's that take place in LA that shows LA," stated Apatow. "We realized that early on. No one ever shows the coffee shops and places where people hang out in the streets and communities. Usually shows take place in one room and you don't see the city."
Starring Paul Rust, Gillian Jacobs, and Claudia O'Doherty as the series is one of its kind. It's a show about LA that actually shows LA in all of its glory! Over the seasons we have seen the ups and downs of Mickie and Gus as they juggle their very different lifestyles while trying to mesh and make a life of their own - or not.
I keep saying the show is over. But nowadays everything is rebooted. So we are going to be the first show to be rebooted a how's month after it ended. Going right to the reboot, that's the future, joked Apatow.
All jokes aside, the facts stand that over three seasons we were able to laugh, cry, and sometimes cringe at the scenes that were all too relatable. Here's to hoping there is a surprise spin off!