From the Daily Dot
Love's third and final season takes a characteristically unflinching look at Gus and Mickey's struggle to build a healthy relationship, even as they fight to resist their self-destructive tendencies and the temptation to run back to their old lives. They've settled into their own version of domestic bliss by this point, but that doesn't stop them conjuring up worst-case scenarios for how their relationship could implode or getting into knock-down, drag-out fights against their better judgment. A fleshed-out supporting cast lends the dysfunctional rom-com a greater sense of depth and gives viewers more characters to root for, from Gus' affable neighbor Chris, who dreams of becoming a professional stunt man, to Mickey's roommate Bertie, who's afraid of settling but isn't quite sure how to take control of her own life. Love technically has a happy ending – you'll have to watch it for yourself to see what that means – but its characters' greatest triumph is learning how to love themselves.