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According to the excitement of that series that follows the day by day movement and battles of Mae, a youthful shrewd humorist, who has been recovered from addiction, as she explores through life, managing the life challenges she has with her previous sweetheart.
Satirising the overfamiliar target of upper-class Britishness, Feel Good isn't nearly as edgy as Sky's recent Work in Progress, but fringing the rumpled central relationship are beautifully drawn lesser characters.
It's not only an immaculately written and paced piece of work and a properly funny comedy, it is also has created a delicately and intricately constructed, deeply humane world where people make mistakes but are not damned.
It's a crucial similarity with Catastrophe that every time Feel Good moves in a direction that a feature film might eye as a happy ending or resolution, the series just uses it as a way to become more chaotic.