As awkward as Love can be, it’s also pretty hilarious. Season 2 of the Netflix series is right around the corner with a release date set for March 10. In the mean time, Netflix has released its first teaser for the next season.
The Judd Apatow-led production returns its leads Paul Rust as Gus Cruikshank and Gillian Jacobs as Mickey Dobbs. Both navigate their respective love lives in a grounded comedy that does everything from make you cringe to laugh out loud. Comedian Bobby Lee, who made three Season-1 appearances, will also be returning.
Season 2 will be a little longer than the first. This time around, there will be 12 episodes as opposed to Season 1’s 10.
But Love‘s second season is just the start for Netflix in 2017.
According to a report by NME.com’s Luke Morgan Britton, Netflix is planning to spend $6 billion on new content. Per Britton’s report, the objective is to improve its relatively slim profit margins.
Most of that allocated money will go toward Netflix’s most popular original series: Stranger Things, Orange is the New Black and House of Cards. Additionally, money will be allocated toward to adding more movies and classic television shows.
Said Netflix CEO Reed Hastings on the strategy, per Britton’s release: “With more revenue, we can reinvest to further improve Netflix to attract new members from around the world while continuing to delight our existing customers.”