Uncoupled: Season 1

Uncoupled: Season 1

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Neil Patrick Harris leads this series as a man who thought his life was perfect until his husband blindsided him by walking out after 17 years. Now he has to confront two nightmares: losing his soulmate and suddenly finding himself a single gay man in his mid-40s.

2022Rating: MA15+USADarren Star Productions, Jax Media, MTV Entertainment Studios
ComedyRomance

Episodes

EPISODE 1.1

Chapter 1

Michael plans an elaborate surprise party for Colin's milestone birthday,... More but the night takes a devastating turn after a shocking revelation.

EPISODE 1.2

Chapter 2

Reeling from the news of Colin's whereabouts, Michael tries to... More keep it together during a charity dinner attended by his rival and a sought-after client.

EPISODE 1.3

Chapter 3

While dealing with his demanding new client, Michael receives a... More crash course in how to use a hookup app — and the importance of an intimate selfie.

EPISODE 1.4

Chapter 4

While feeling betrayed by a friend, Michael lunches with his... More mother, learns about Colin's new addition and confronts some hard truths about himself.

EPISODE 1.5

Chapter 5

Michael discovers how much dating has changed in the years... More since he was last single and attends a seminar with Suzanne to change his outlook on life.

EPISODE 1.6

Chapter 6

At a roller disco event, Michael bumps into a guy... More with boyfriend potential. Claire zeroes in on an apartment, and Stanley goes on a date.

EPISODE 1.7

Chapter 7

During a ski weekend with Stanley and Billy, Michael starts... More to spiral when he receives an update on Colin. Claire joins Suzanne for a night on the town.

EPISODE 1.8

Chapter 8

Michael prepares to face Colin at the wedding of the... More Jonathans, where sobering news, blunt toasts and deep reflections make it a night to remember.

Uncoupled: Season 1 | Reviews

How did it take this long to devote an entire series, headed by a celebrity actor, to dating, sex, heartbreak and marriage for adult gay men, that is relatable and enjoyable for a broad audience?

74%42 reviews

Rotten Tomatoes® Score

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The Guardian

The Guardian

Neil Patrick Harris’s charming turn... can’t stop Darren Star’s slow, derivative and poorly plotted drama from feeling flat.

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RogerEbert.com

RogerEbert.com

The supporting cast does a lot with a little, rendering thinly-sketched archetypes with just enough life to buoy their respective storylines.

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Stuff

Stuff

This is frothy, forgettable stuff that takes a place in a world far removed from most of us...

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San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle

Uncoupled may feel like it’s in a rut at times, but laughs and worthwhile feelings are there if you give them a chance.

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Paste

Paste

Harris’ ability to balance humour, slapstick comedy and pathos is on full display in Uncoupled.

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Independent

Independent

Mostly... the jokes feel like stabs at relevance that have already started going stale.

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The Telegraph

The Telegraph

It doesn’t feel as fresh as (Sex and the City) did when it first appeared and it simply isn’t as funny...

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Slant Magazine

Slant Magazine

It occasionally finds itself marooned on the hyphen in “comedy-drama.”

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Variety

Variety

Uncoupled, by its conclusion, feels like... an examination of modern life hosted by someone who can’t stop complaining that the past ended.

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Uncoupled: Season 1 | Release Details

Uncoupled: Season 1 is available to stream in Australia now on Netflix.