As if Netflix needed more bait to lure you into its streaming nebula, here's one more. It's called Easy, and it's a hot take on modern romance from prolific writer and director Joe Swanberg, who in the last few years has graduated from ultra-indie movies (he is widely known as a pioneer of the mumblecore movement) to regular old indies like Drinking Buddies and Digging for Fire. The first trailer for the Chicago-set show gives us quick flashes of the eight separate stories involving couples and singles at various stages of their romantic lives. The show, as you'll gather from the trailer, is less about love and more about sex. It focuses on what happens to your love life when you're about to have a baby, or when you've been together for so long that the flame goes out.
The sprawling cast features familiar faces like Orlando Bloom Malin Akerman (as a couple who consider using Tinder to have a threesome), Dave Franco, and Jake Johnson. It also stars some of your future favorite actors Kiersey Clemons, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, and Aya Cash. Names like Marc Maron, Emily Ratajkowski, Hannibal Buress, and Elizabeth Reaser round out the cast. Easy begins streaming on September 22. You can watch the trailer above.