FEEL GOOD SEASON 2: RELEASE DATE, CAST INFO, PLOT DETAILS, TRAILER, AND CHECKOUT ALL LATEST BUZZ IN THE SHOW!!

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Feel Good is a Mae Martin is a Canadian Comedian show. The show, before joining Netflix, was initially broadcast on channel 4 in the UK. Season 1 of Feel Good made its debut on Netflix in March of this year. Channel 4 has yet to be ordered for season 2 of Feel Good, as it certainly seems inevitable as the show has received positive feedback from both critics and the audience.

Fan theories suggest that season 2 for the show will be more likely about the relationship between Mae and George. In season 2, we may see an increase in their love bond. Also, it is said that after season 2 soon without much gaps the season 3 will be filmed and released as well.

WHEN WILL IT PREMIERE?

The show’s season 2 gets a renewal order in the first half of 2020, production could start for 6 latest episodes later in this year. And now, we are assumed season 2 of Feel Good next year in 2021. Feel Good season 2 could release in March 2021, on both channel 4 and Netflix to fit with a one season per year streaming model for a modern comedy show.

STORY DETAILS OF THE SHOW

Season 1 concludes with George asking Mae if there’s anything she need to know. In bed, Mae’s heart beats rapidly, which could be the result of 2 things her nervousness, her cocaine use, and a combination of both. With regards to Feel Good season 2, Martin told NME that Nothing’s confirmed but we have loads of stories to tell.

THE CAST INFO OF THE FEEL GOOD SEASON 2

There is no officially announcement done regarding the new movie but if the show gets renewed the more likely we may see cast members from the season 1 for the season 2 as well. So, the cast members from the first season like Mae Martin and Charlotte Ritchie could return to reprise theri roles for the season 2. Lisa Kudraw and Adrian Lukis could return to portray Mae’ parents, who live in canada.

And other returning cast members include Sophie Thompson, Ophelia Lovibond, Ritu Arya. Phil Burgers, Al Roberts, Pippa Haywood, Steen Raskopoulos, Jack Barry, Sindhu Vee.Tom Andrews, Lolly Adefope, Tom Durant-Pritchard, Barry Ward, Ramon Tikaram, and Tobi Bamtefa.

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