Series Review: Uncoupled (2022)

I loved Uncoupled, and if you haven’t watched it yet, you should be watching it now. Neil Patrick Harris once again proves that he is an amazing actor. The rest of the cast is equally amazing, bringing to life an amazing narrative of a human experience we are all familiar with. It is a show that gets sad, break-ups are sad, but it is also full of heartwarming moments that will leave you smiling. I loved this show more than I thought I would, and I am sure you will too.

The series focuses on Michael who has just gotten out of a 17-year relationship. As Michael attempts to move on from the heartache, he is constantly reminded of what he once had. With the support of his good friends, he begins the difficult process of getting over someone he loved so dearly. This show is an authentic adaptation of heartbreak. Even if you don’t identify with the characters, you will identify with being heartbroken. This show isn’t all sad, I promise.

This series is amazing. The cast is fantastic, and the story is cute and compelling. I love that it isn’t only about Michael. Everyone experiences their own type of heartache, and this show does at collecting all kinds. This makes for a very addicting series, one that I am sure you will binge. 

Break-ups are hard, and this show does a great job reminding us why. what makes this show special is the support system Michael has throughout the series. There are moments when he wants to give up because the heartache is too much, but he always has his friends to help him. It is a sweet show and one that I recommend to everyone. Watch it on Netflix.

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