Lovesick Season 2
Lovesick season 2 started airing on Thursday, November 17, 2016. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.
List of Episodes
most recent episode S2E8 Abigail (Part 2)
The season consists of 8 episodes.
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The Challenge: Final Reckoning's Cara Maria Is No 'Lovesick Loser': 'I Am the One Playing Kyle' - via People
We try a couple of different strategies but ultimately it’s easier for me to walk backward and push Marie’s hips down to keep her secure. She has weak ankles and not the best balance. She is like Bambi on ice with her legs wobbling and shaking. I just hold her down and encourage her as she scrambles to grab the ropes for support. She still doubts herself but I know she can do it. We eventually make it to the second obstacle with Johnny and Tony. This is where Kyle and Brad have taken away a lifeline rope from us. I feel secure and confident that we can do this, but Marie’s legs are shot and she scrambles to grab at a rope that isn’t there as she loses her balance. I can’t hold her up so there is nothing more we can do. I feel that we didn’t need the ropes physically as much as Marie needed them mentally. She needs to take a breath and believe in herself. This is my challenge with her this season. Kyle and Brad got us here even though Marie gave me her best.
Lovesick Season 4: Everything we know right now - via Metro
“I do feel like there is another season of story to tell. [The third season] is a little heavier at points — it's a little more melancholic; a lot of it is about individuals facing the cost of getting what they want, which is a lot less sprightly than early dating disasters. If we do do a fourth season, I have a sense of where we want to take the show. I think broadening its horizons but taking it back into slightly warmer, more upbeat territory would be the right thing to do. We’ve been thrilled to make the show for three seasons and will feel incredibly lucky if we get to make a fourth. Fingers crossed that people find it. It feels like we are often described as a hidden gem, but we would quite like to become simply gem-like at this point.”
'Village Rockstars,' 'Lovesick' Among Winners at 2018 Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles - via Variety
“Village Rockstars” and “Lovesick” were among the films that took home top prizes at the 2018 Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles on Sunday. The 16th annual Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles featured a Los Angeles and official Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. premiere screening of “Village Rockstars,” directed by Rima Das, which won the Grand […]
What is love? We ask Sheboyganites| Low Key Lovesick - via Sheboyganpress
Another Sheboyganite, 33-year-old John Selak said, "Love is kind of just an aura you have about yourself and how you treat other people and how other people treat you. You can't have love if you're not a kind person."
'Lovesick' - A Netflix Hidden Gem - via Bigshinyrobot
We also get to know Luke (Daniel Ings), who starts off as a bit of a player, trying to nail the maid-of-honor at Angus and Helen’s wedding, but then his character opens up. For most of the series he just seems to be along for the ride. But there's more to the character, he’s been through the ringer with women, and he’s been hurt several times in some of the worst ways. He’s become my own personal favorite out of the four.
The first episode of the entire series establishes that this show is not just about a man with an STI. It’s also makes it clear that it’s not interested in his sexual exploits, so much as it is about his quest for love and how that relates to one person in particular: Evie. The first season ended on a major cliffhanger for the two of them. Evie, about to get married, is having a drink with Dylan when their friend Luke bursts in and tells Evie that Dylan loves her. It’s an ending that leaves Dylan the vulnerable party, though Evie herself is also experiencing a complicated onslaught of emotions. She finally has confirmation of what she’s long wanted to hear, but only as she’s moving on her with her life. Eight episodes later, the action is paused in a very similar position, <...> - by AV Club [Esther Zuckerman]
“Yeah, I’ve considered it and it’s definitely a no,” Luke replies. “But now she’s coming, and there’s going to be . . . conversation.” He shudders. This clever British series has a great premise: in the present, Dylan’s getting in touch, alphabetically, with the women he’s slept with over the last 11 years. Each episode focuses on a different woman and bounces around in time as we see the relationship in flashback. Also in the present, Dylan and Evie are in love, but don’t admit it. <...> - by Toronto Star [Johanna Schneller]