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People are bingeing Netflix's new rom-com Uncoupled in one go

Gregory Robinson

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People are bingeing Netflix's new rom-com Uncoupled in one go

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If you're in the market for a new Netflix romcom we may have found the perfect offering.

Viewers are so obsessed with Uncoupled, the brand new series starring Neil Patrick Harris, they're bingeing it in one go.

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The former How I Met Your Mother star plays Michael Lawson, a New York City real estate agent who finds himself new single for the first time in 17 years.

Neil Patrick Harris as Michael in Uncoupled. Credit: Netflix.
Neil Patrick Harris as Michael in Uncoupled. Credit: Netflix.

Netflix's logline adds: "Overnight, Michael has to confront two nightmares — losing what he thought was his soulmate and suddenly finding himself a single gay man in his mid-forties in New York City."

One viewer tweeted: “#Uncoupled is suchhh [sic] a good binge-worthy show! I’m committed to watching this entire season tonight. "Best is it’s 30 min episodes, loveable actors, relatable storyline, lighthearted series. The serotonin is flowing @ActuallyNPH”.

Viewers are in love with the series. Credit: Netflix.
Viewers are in love with the series. Credit: Netflix.

Another pleased fan tweeted: “Finally a middle-aged gay romcom! More of this please! I can't wait for season 2!”

Someone even begged for a second season, writing: “#Uncoupled is so good but… Wait a MINUTE… @netflix with that cliffhanger, you better freaking renew it.. so serious.”

Another romcom fanatic shared: “Y’ALL I may just be riding the queer euphoria, but #Uncoupled is super good. 

“I love romcoms. Trashy messy break-up songs. And this is the Sex in the City reboot I actually wanted."

They added: “Also, the modern dating world is the best worst thing that ever happened. So like, I get it.”

From Emmy Award-winning co-creators Darren Star and Jeffrey Richman, the former who worked on Sex and the City, Emily in Paris and the latter on Modern Family, comedy lovers are in safe hands.

Neil is joined by My Wife and Kids' Tisha Campbell, Broadway actor Brooks Ashmanskas, Queens actor Emerson Brooks, and The Morning Show's Marcia Gay Harden.

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Topics: TV And Film, Netflix

Gregory Robinson
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