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Mae, a Canadian stand-up comic now living and somewhat working in London. With little prelude, Mae plunges into a torrid relationship with George and in less than a montage, they’re living together in George’s flat with Phil Burgers’ Phil.

Not surprisingly, there’s drama. George, raised in relative comfort in Oxford, has only previously dated men and she’s uncomfortable sharing her new relationship with friends like the marvelously terrible Binky. And Mae is a serial monogamist with a long history of drug addiction, manic episodes and worse, plus a strained and odd relationship with her parents, Linda and Malcolm.

New on Netflix.