"This was honestly the perfect Netflix binge-watch right now. While it's only six episodes, I loved every second of it and was able to watch it in one sitting. Not only is this show really funny, but it also explores an LGBTQ relationship and family dynamics super well. If you end up loving it, Mae Martin, the creator, also has an episode of Comedians of the World, which is also amazing. Plus, Feel Good stars Lisa Kudrow, who continues to be a comedic genius." —Nora Dominick
"Feel Good on Netflix is a queer quarantine must. Mae Martin — a stand-up comic — wrote, produced, and acts in the six-episode romantic dramedy and plays a character that mirrors a version of her real-life self. The show's main character, Mae, is a stand-up comic from Canada living in London and struggling openly with the complexities of love, gender identity, and addiction. Mae's incredible costars include Lisa Kudrow as Mae's mother, Linda, and Charlotte Ritchie as her girlfriend George. I'm personally thrilled to have stumbled across a show that is queer, well written, and well acted — a rare trifecta, unfortunately. This show will make you feel seen, feel gay (lol), and ultimately Feel Good." —Jennifer Tonti
Watch it on Netflix here.