“Uncoupled” is a gay rom-com created by “Emily in Paris” creator Darren Star and “Modern Family” writer Jeffrey Richman. It stars Neil Patrick Harris as a real-estate agent named Michael who is dumped by a long-term partner and forced to reenter a vastly different gay dating scene. The cast also includes Tisha Campbell, Brooks Ashmanskas, Emerson Brooks and Marcia Gay Harden.
Netflix initially canceled the show after its first eight-episode offering, and initial attempts to move the show elsewhere were reportedly unsuccessful. Thanks to Showtime, “Uncoupled” can now continue to make Michael struggle with the ways that technology and societal norms have shifted since he was last single.
The show provides an interesting insight into the modern dating scene, and how it is vastly different from the one Michael was used to. We get to see firsthand how technology has changed the way people date, and how the societal norms of the past are no longer applicable. We also get to follow Michael’s journey as he navigates the dating scene, and how he eventually finds the right person for him.
All in all, “Uncoupled” is an entertaining show that provides a unique insight into the modern dating scene. It’s a show that is sure to entertain, and provide an interesting look at how technology and societal norms have changed the way we date. So be sure to check it out and see for yourself!