'Feel Good' Was Just Added To Netflix Canada & It's Already Scored 100% On Rotten Tomatoes

The show is about the life of Canadian comedian Mae Martin.
'Feel Good' On Netflix

Show some love to your fellow Canadian! Earlier today, a new series called Feel Good on Netflix was uploaded to the streaming service, and the show is already making big waves amongst fans and critics alike.

If you haven’t yet heard of the latest series to hit the app, Feel Good stars Toronto-born Mae Martin as herself—a comedian who has relocated to the United Kingdom to perform stand up and start her life over after enduring some struggles back home.

While performing, Mae meets George, a local who has attended a few of the comedian’s shows. The two fall in love and Mae’s life seems to be turning around for the better until George finds out about Mae’s history with drug addiction, that is.

As if that’s not enough drama for one relationship, George also happens to be new to dating other women and is terrified of her friends and family asking questions about her new girlfriend. So much so, in fact, that she has Mae literally hiding in a closet during one episode.

According to Feel Good’s IMDb page, the series stars Charlotte Ritchie (Fresh Meat), Phil Burgers (Our Time), Tom Andrews (Coronation Street), Ramon Tikaram (Jupiter Ascending), and Lisa Kudrow (Friends).

The show was uploaded to Netflix for streaming today, March 19, but it’s already received an astounding score of 100% by critics on Rotten Tomatoes.

Viewers who have already watched the show have taken to Twitter to express their opinions as well, and the consensus seems to be that Martin absolutely killed it.

“It’s 3am and I’m binging Feel Good by Mae Martin and I’m hooked - amazing!” one person gushed.

“I was already a bit in love with Mae Martin and watching Feel Good really isn't helping,” commented another.

Feel Good is just one of the many shows coming to Netflix this weekend. Others include Dare Me, Self Made, and Tiger King.

You can check out the trailer for Martin’s latest project below.

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