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The Feel Good trailer from Netflix shows Mae Martin struggling with addiction and a new relationship

Comedienne Mae Martin struggles with her demons of addiction and tries to pursue a same-sex relationship in the first trailer for Feel Good by Netflix.

The six-episode series follows Mae (Martin), a Canadian comedian who lives in London and enters into a relationship with George (Charlotte Richie), a heterosexual young woman who has never met another woman before.

Along the way she has to fight because of her addiction to drugs in the new series, which will premiere on March 19 on Netflix.

New trailer: Comedienne Mae Martin struggles with her demons of addiction while trying to pursue a same-sex relationship in the first trailer for Feel Good by Netflix

New trailer: Comedienne Mae Martin struggles with her demons of addiction while trying to pursue a same-sex relationship in the first trailer for Feel Good by Netflix

New relationship: the six-episode series follows Mae (Martin), a Canadian comedian who lives in London and enters into a relationship with George (Charlotte Richie), a heterosexual young woman who has never met another woman before

New relationship: the six-episode series follows Mae (Martin), a Canadian comedian who lives in London and enters into a relationship with George (Charlotte Richie), a heterosexual young woman who has never met another woman before

New relationship: the six-episode series follows Mae (Martin), a Canadian comedian who lives in London and enters into a relationship with George (Charlotte Richie), a heterosexual young woman who has never met another woman before

The trailer starts with Mae walking to a comedy club and when she gets backstage, she sees George in the crowd and says to someone, “That girl is back.”

After the MC introduced her as Mae Martin, she takes the stage and says she’s from Canada and that she “recently came in a canoe with Celine Dion,” which George laughs at.

After the set, George introduces himself to Mae and reveals, “I’ve never had a date with a girl before.”

Comedy set: after the MC introduces her as Mae Martin, she takes the stage and says she is from Canada and that “she recently came in a canoe with Celine Dion,” which George laughs at

Never dated: After the set George introduces himself to Mae and reveals: “I’ve never had a date with a girl before”

When Mae tries to talk about little cows by asking, “Do you like movies?” George interrupts: “Would you like to kiss me, Mae?” while Mae replies, “Oh, that would be so cool” when they kiss for the first time while the neon lights flash in the empty comedy club.

The trailer continues to show the seemingly rapid progress of their relationship, with George saying, “I see someone.” I can’t believe I actually say those words. “

“I feel like I’m shaky and sweaty, and I feel like if you don’t hold me, I’ll just float away,” George adds.

Small talk: When Mae tries to make small talk by asking: “Do you like movies?” George interrupts: “Would you like to kiss me, Mae?” while Mae replies, “Oh, that would be so cool” when they kiss for the first time while the neon lights are flashing in the empty comedy club

Fast: the trailer continues to show the seemingly rapid progress of their relationship, with George saying: “I see someone. I can’t believe I actually say those words’

Float away: “I feel that I am shaky and sweaty and I feel that if you don’t hold me, I will just float away,” George adds

However, their relationship changes when, during a video conversation with Mae’s parents (Lisa Kudrow, Adrian Lukis), they ask if she “has found a new Narcotics Anonymous meeting,” because Mae quickly removes the computer as George asks, “What meeting?”

A quick montage shows Mae about drugs before she is at her Narcotics Anonymous meeting and admits that she is an addict.

She also shows George a wrist tattoo, and when she asks where she has it, Mae clearly says, “In prison.”

Parents: However, their relationship changes when, during a video conversation with Mae’s parents (Lisa Kudrow, Adrian Lukis), they ask if she “has found a new Narcotics Anonymous meeting,” because Mae quickly removes the computer when George asks, “What meeting?” “

Addict: a quick montage shows Mae around drugs before she is at her Narcotics Anonymous meeting and admits that she is an addict

Addict: a quick montage shows Mae around drugs before she is at her Narcotics Anonymous meeting and admits that she is an addict

Addict: a quick montage shows Mae around drugs before she is at her Narcotics Anonymous meeting and admits that she is an addict

Prison: She also shows George a wrist tattoo, and when she asks where she has it, Mae clearly says, “In prison.”

Mae is then seen on the verge of a failure and claims: “New me, new life, everything is under control.”

Mae then breaks off in her meeting and asks if they are tired of doing the right thing, and when the last time one of them felt there was joy.

Mae’s parents then confess that Mae has always had “a very addictive personality,” while Mae’s mother serves a large glass of wine.

Under control: Mae is then seen on the brink of a breakdown and claims: “New me, new life, everything is under control”

Meeting: Mae then breaks off at her meeting and asks if they are tired of doing the right thing, and when the last time one of them felt that joy

Meeting: Mae then breaks off at her meeting and asks if they are tired of doing the right thing, and when the last time one of them felt that joy

Meeting: Mae then breaks off at her meeting and asks if they are tired of doing the right thing, and when the last time one of them felt that joy

Wine: Mae’s parents then confess that Mae has always had an “addictive personality,” while Mae’s mother serves a large glass of wine

Mae then sees problems with her ‘sponsor’ while she asks George why she has never met one of her friends. George says, “It’s scary, I’m scared.”

Then one of Mae’s friends asks if she’s going out with someone, and Mae says that with George there she says, “I see someone, but she’s kind of a hole so I don’t think it’s going to last.”

The trailer ends with a number of recordings in which Mae George tells me that she has been with some good people and when she is lying next to them she feels restless, but ‘when I lie next to you, I feel quiet and still. “

Feel Good makes its debut on Netflix on March 19.

Sponsor: Mae then sees problems with her 'sponsor' while she asks George why she never met one of her friends

Sponsor: Mae then sees problems with her 'sponsor' while she asks George why she never met one of her friends

Sponsor: Mae then sees problems with her ‘sponsor’ while she asks George why she never met one of her friends

Seeing someone: Then one of Mae’s friends asks if she’s going out with someone, and Mae says that with George there she says, “I see someone, but she’s a bit of a ** hole so I don’t think it’s okay last ‘

Still: the trailer ends with a number of shots where Mae George tells me that she has been with some good people and when she is lying next to them she feels restless, but 'when I lie next to you I feel quiet and still

Still: the trailer ends with a number of shots where Mae George tells me that she has been with some good people and when she is lying next to them she feels restless, but 'when I lie next to you I feel quiet and still

Still: the trailer ends with a number of shots where Mae George tells me that she has been with some good people and when she is lying next to them she feels restless, but ‘when I lie next to you I feel quiet and still

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