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Feel Good season 2: Mae Martin’s character comes out as non-binary in first look trailer

Feel Good season 2 is right around the corner and fans have been given a glimpse at what’s in store with the first look trailer.

The upcoming series marks the final chapter of the comedy drama starring Mae Martin and Charlotte Ritchie, with six episodes on the bill.

The two-minute teaser sees Mae and George’s complicated love story continue as well as Mae coming out as non-binary, something the comedian did in real life just months ago.

‘I don’t actually identify as a woman these days,’ they say, adding they identify as an Adam Driver or a Ryan Gosling.

It’s certainly going to be a rollercoaster ride of a season, with Mae checking into rehab, George dating someone else and the pair seemingly getting back together.

‘Mae struggles to come to terms with the ghosts from her past and George tries to reinvent her present,’ the synopsis teases. ‘Can they grow together or will they grow apart?’

When is Feel Good season 2 out?

Good news, Feel Good fans as there’s not much longer to wait for Feel Good season two.

The entire series is set to arrive next month, so set your calendar alerts for Friday, June 4.

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Mae and George will soon be back on television screens (Picture: Channel 4)

How can I watch Mae Martin’s Feel Good in the UK?

Feel Good season two will be available to stream on Netflix.

A basic Netflix membership costs just £5.99 per month, with a standard account costing £9.99 and a premium account priced at £13.99

Who else is in Channel 4’s Feel Good?

Besides Mae Martin and Charlotte Ritchie, Feel Good boasts of a whole host of big names.

Lisa Kudrow, Philip Burgers, and Adrian Lukis are returning to the show this series, with The Inbetweeners’ Anthony Head, Rizzle Kicks singer Jordan Stephens, John Ross Bowie and Eleanor Matsuura joining the cast this season.

Feel Good arrives on Friday, June 4 on Netflix.

Credit: Original article published here.

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