Judd Apatow's new Netflix comedy "Love" just got a Season 1 release date and a first brief teaser.

The half-hour series -- written and executive produced by Judd Apatow, Paul Rust, and Lesley Arfin -- is meant to be a "down-to-earth look at dating" following main characters Mickey (Gillian Jacobs) and Gus (Paul Rust), showing both the male and female perspectives on romantic relationships.

As you can see below, the first teaser doesn't feature any characters, it's a series of New Year's resolution suggestions for 2016, including "eat gluten again, have more sext, use real deodorant, fix breath issue, get a weed card, take less Ambien, cradle your rage, stop Googling him, stop Googling her, show more boob, stop whining," etc.

According to Entertainment Weekly, which debuted the first look image above, the 10 episodes of Season 1 arrive February 19.

Netflix already gave "Love" a green-light for 12 episodes in Season 2, which is certainly a show of faith. As Variety noted in 2014, at the time of the announcement, that was Neftlix's biggest upfront commitment to an original series since "House of Cards" landed a two-season order in 2012.

Will you be falling for "Love" when it makes its post-Valentine's debut, or do you need to see more before making that kind of commitment?

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