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About this title

Storyline

An unlikely friendship. A lost love resurfaced. A marriage at its turning point. A date that might not have been a date. An unconventional new family. These are unique stories about the joys and tribulations of love, each inspired by a real-life personal essay from the beloved New York Times column "Modern Love."

Country: United States

Type: Documentary

Status: Returning Series

Language: English

Release Date: October 18, 2019

Also Known As: Сучасне кохання, Moderne kjærlighet |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), Brazil (14) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

romantic comedy
anthology
romance
based on magazine, newspaper or article

Company Credits

Production Co: Amazon Studios, Storied Media Group

Cast

Layla Mcevoy
as Melissa
Andy Garcia
as Michael
Maria Dizzia
as Lori
Sarita Choudhury
as Therapist
Keith McErlean
as Jerry
Julia Garner
as Maddy
Jeena Yi
as Jeannie
John Slattery
as Dennis
Tom Burke
as Michael
Myha'la Herrold
as Tami
Jane Beaird
as Adolescent Lexi
Garrett Hedlund
as Spence
Kate Grimes
as Michael's Wife
Allen McLean
as Another Kid
Grayson Powell
as Emma's Fiancé
Les Gardonyi
as Bookstore Fan #1
Marquis Rodriguez
as Ben
Don Wycherley
as Niall
Iris Beaumier
as Assistant
Seána Kerslake
as Garda Molloy
Savannah Skinner-Henry
as Betty
Jia Patel
as Christian
Rachel B. Joyce
as Loud Woman
Viola Hsia
as Canna
Chris Kepford
as Neighbor
Peter Hermann
as Philippe
Crystal Lake Evans
as Stephanie
Angela Oh
as Rina
Meghan Rafferty
as Trina
Anne Hathaway
as Lexi
Seth Andrew Bridges
as Uber Driver
Telci Huynh
as Moush
Kezii Curtis
as Moose (Age 12)
Kelly Mulvihill
as Ex Girlfriend
Ben Rappaport
as Nick
Matt Wall
as Pete
Sofia Boutella
as Yasmine
Lark Bundlejoy Piat-Kelly Lepage
as Assistant
Angela Hall
as Waitress
Elena Ricardo
as Jessica
Gretta-Rose Henderson
as Teacher
Aidan Fiske
as Jack
Renika Williams
as Meesha (Age 21)
Judd Hirsch
as Cop/Taxi Driver/Vendor
Alec Ruiz
as Maddy's Barfriend
Mike Cabellon
as MRI Nurse
Lexie Bean
as Sky
Aislín McGuckin
as Dr. Wyman
Marin Ashby
as 8 Year Old Sarah
Gregory Morley
as Peter Double
Alexander Jameson
as Kid #2
Simon Delaney
as Buyer/John Flynn
Eddie Jackson
as Crazy Smiling Guy
Ellie-Mae Siame
as Flynn
David Michael Scott
as Coldplay Fan
Joseph Reiver
as Paramedic
Arabella Olivia Clark
as Sarah
Grace Edwards
as Alexa
Jake Hanson
as Restaurant Patron
Caitlin McGee
as Emma
Pearl Zeldin
as Lucy
Rolando Chusan
as Young Guy
Laurentiu Possa
as Guzmin
Rebecca Kling
as Pre Op Nurse
James Waterston
as Chris
Gbenga Akinnagbe
as Jordan
Amy Chang
as Waitress
Fortuna Gebresellasie
as Maddy's Lady Friend
Aparna Nancherla
as Vanessa
John Gallagher Jr.
as Rob
Minnie Driver
as Stephanie Curran
Alex Montaldo
as Heroin Addict
Anthony M. Bertram
as Dad
Tiani D. Nabors
as Student
Lorraine Abellard
as Receptionist In Clinic
Yvonne Cecelia
as Waitress
Erinn Anova
as Pre Op Doctor
Jontavious Johnson
as Moose (Age 18)
Fran Whitney
as Bookstore Fan #2
Lisa Ferreira
as Mourner
Barney Fitzpatrick
as Funeral Director
Claire Saunders
as Recepcionist
Orlaith Doherty
as Stephanie Driving Double
Parker Keyes
as Shivani
James Saito
as Kenji
Claire O'Donovan
as Secretary
Brandon Victor Dixon
as Daniel
Martin Van Treuren
as Waiter
Ian Lloyd Anderson
as Yannis
Zoe Chao
as Zoe
Alley Redd
as Alyssa
Savvy Crawford
as Young Lexi
Milo Alosi
as Waiter
Dan Jones
as Dad
Shana Solomon
as Hospital Administrator
Ezra Marshall Moran
as Singer #1
Miranda Richardson
as Jane
Kenneth Aikens
as Wesley
Arden Wolfe
as Nancy
John Gallagher, Jr.
Jeff Wiens
as Gary
Andrew Haserlat
as Interviewee
David J. Cork
as Paramedic #1
Anna Paquin
as Isabelle
Gary Carr
as Jeff
Zane Pais
as Robbie
Tina Fey
as Sarah
Daniel Reece
as Mark
Charlie Meany
as Emma's Father
Zariah Singletary
as Becca
Francico Cubria-Franco
as Singer #3
Thursday Farrar
as Tami's Mother
Meg Gibson
as Midwife
Armand Arekian
as Comedy Club Patron
Vincent D'Elia
as Taxi Driver
Cameisha Cotton
as Waitress
Zachary Shea Podair
as Michael's Son
Aubin Elizabeth Bradley
as Amber
Melanie Brook
as Ms. Petricini
Brianna Masyn
as Kid in Audience
Akira Golz
as Jameela
Quincy Tyler Bernstine
as Sylvia
Darius Jordan Lee
as Vince's Roomate
Shea Whigham
as Peter
Dev Patel
as Joshua
Kelly Haran
as Emma's Mother
Sandi DeGeorge
as Nurse
Larry Owens
as Toby Dooley
Clare Aherne
as Young Shannon
Kerry Flanagan
as Tipsy Woman
Noah Kai West
as Sick Kid (with Mum)
Ed Sheeran
as Mick
Ryan Spahn
as Billy
Arash DeMaxi
as Albert
Mandela Bellamy
as Brynn
Cameron Mitchell Mason
as Aegis Tech Guy
Ron Scott
as Tami's Father
Dominique Fishback
as Lil
Emma Doran
as Cleaner
Kaci Walfall
as Meesha (Age 15)
Biko Eisen-Martin
as Kevin
Lucy Boynton
as Paula
John Byrne
as Paddy Neachtain
Josh Marcantel
as Post Op Nurse
Kam Perez
as Paramedic
Delaney Moro
as Roommate
Brandon Kyle Goodman
as Andy
Chris McHallem
as Taxi Driver
Isaac Powell
as Vince
Martin Harvey
as Dancer
Milan Ray
as Lil (Age 12)
Elizabeth Paige
as Leslie
Catherine Keener
as Julie
Tobias Menzies
as Van
Daphne Zelle
as Waitress
Hassan Singleton Jr.
as Arturo (Age 12)
Cathy Costello
as Georgeous Girl
Alvin Keith
as Mr. Rainer
Lila Poprik
as June
Claire McClanahan
as Doctor
Zuzanna Szadkowski
as Karen
Rynagh O'Grady
as Cat Lady
Petronia Paley
as Janice
Deshawn Wyatte
as Adam/Marine 3
Kit Harington
as Michael
Liam Garten
as Jonathan
Amy Hohn
as Woman
Eva Hein West
as Mum in Clinic
Tom Malloy
as Man #2
Sienna Sommerville
as Little Girl
Mehdi Barakchian
as Mr. Daniels
Delaney Quinn
as 4 Year Old Sarah
Eileen Walsh
as Lily De Courcy
Marjorie Johnson
as Maya
Nikki M. James
as Pam
Susan Blackwell
as Allison
Steven Booth
as Craig
Kimberly Fadul
as Student
Pierson Salvador
as Vince (Age 12)
Richard Nwaoko
as Guy in the Audience
Peter McGann
as Funny Guy
Briana Aponte
as Delfia
Andrew Scott
as Tobin
Michael Benjamin Hernandez
as Mr. Trallio
Cristin Milioti
as Maggie
Nikki Renee Daniels
as Mom
Ingalls Grant Wilder
as M.V.P.
Zara Devlin
as Shannon
Ryan Broussard
as Marine 2
Fidel Cubria-Franco
as Singer #2
Erik Jensen
as Darren
Phillip James Griffith
as Dancer
Jessica Lee
as College Student
Kellie Turner
as Midwife
Aristeo F. Kardi
as Bartender
Jack Reynor
as Declan
Dorcas Sowunmi
as Police Officer
Olivia Cooke
as Karla
James Scully
as Ford
Meabh Murphy
as Eco Warrior
Angela Grovey
as Belinda
Benny Muniz
as Diner Patron/Student
Linda Powell
as Mrs. Vacher
Nia Minott
as Dez
Kathryn Gallagher
as Whitney
Damien Galvez
as Tyler
Charles Warburton
as Ted
Ted Allen
as Ted Allen
Don Castro
as Leo
Christian Maverick White
as Skinny Guy
Doris McCarthy
as Party Guest
Will Cooper
as Kyle
Corwin C. Tuggles
as Arturo (Age 18)
Lucy Cray-Miller
as Nurse
Brendan Patrick Connor
as Peter
Lulu Wilson
as Katie
Sophie Okonedo
as Elizabeth Cannon
Jane Alexander
as Margot
Christian Hopper
as Brock

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2019 | 8 Episodes

Season 2

2021 | 8 Episodes

Media

All

Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards 2020

Nominee

Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards

Best Actress in a Limited Series or Movie Made for Television

Nominee

Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards

Best Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie Made for Television

Gold Derby Awards 2020

Nominee

Gold Derby Awards

Comedy Supporting Actress

Nominee

Gold Derby Awards

Comedy Guest Actor

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