What happened in the first season of the sitcom Mae Martin?


Feel Good Season 2 turns out to be bittersweet as Mae Martin’s LGBT love story comes to an end.

However, that doesn’t mean they’ll go out quietly.

The show, which hits Netflix on June 4th, takes a light-hearted and emotional look at love, mental health, and identity.

Before the second season launches, here’s everything you need to know.

What is “Feel Good” about?

Feel Good tells the story of Mae, a recovering drug addict who falls head over heels in love with the bright and lively George (played by Charlotte Ritchie).

But between dealing with haughty parents, a moderate stand-up career, and mental health complications, Mae quickly struggles.

In the season one finale, Mae reverted to her former cocaine habits in a moment of self-destruction.

The result is devastating, she loses her sponsor after sleeping with her daughter and puts her relationship with George at risk.

In the last few moments George asked if there was “something Mae needs to tell her” but the camera cuts off before we hear the answer.

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Lisa Kudrow and Adrian Lukis play as Mae’s parents (Image: Channel 4)

What happens in season 2?

The season two trailer shows Mae going into rehab to start again – but that’s easier said than done.

Refusing to deal with her past, Mae soon desperately tries to win George back as she “takes the time”, apparently with a new friend.

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But their connection is also extremely strong, making it difficult for either of them to move on.

On a journey of self-discovery, Mae also comes out as non-binary when they come to terms with themselves.

Will Mae and George find out or is their moment over?

The second season of Feel Good launches on June 4th on Netflix.

Feel Good Season 2
Will the couple make it? (Credit: Channel 4 / Netflix)

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