From the makers of Emily in Paris, Uncoupled is an eight part show coming soon to Netflix
Last Updated: 02.18 PM, May 08, 2022
Neil Patrick Harris is known for having played a womaniser in New York City with an attitude and his own set of issues in How I Met Your Mother. The Doogie Howser, M.D. star is back with his latest project, where he will play a single gay man in The Big Apple.
The makers of Uncoupled have released the trailer of his latest show, Uncoupled, which starts off with Neil Patrick Harris’s Michael smashing a bouquet of flowers to bits. He then catches eye with another man and soon the trailer cuts to a montage of him partying and making love to the man. There are portions of the trailer which also shows a distraught Michael as well as his former partner, in what looks to be couples therapy.
The show is about a gay man in the mid 40s, whose partner of 17 years decides to walk out on him one day. He is soon a middle-aged single gay man in New York City and has to figure out life.
With the tagline of the show reading, “Break ups suck. But single life doesn’t have to”, Uncoupled is an eight-part series, created by Darren Star (Emily in Paris, Younger, Sex and the City) and Jeffrey Richman (Modern Family, Frasier).
While Harris, who was last seen in The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent and The Matrix Resurrections, returns to the small screen, the show also features Emerson Brooks, Colin Hanlon, Jay Santiago, Marcia Gay Harden, Tisha Campbell, and Ajay Naidu in important roles.
Uncoupled, which could be another noted project in Harris’ career, is set to start streaming on Netflix from July 29.