Forever Season 1 – Official Trailer | Prime Video

June (Maya Rudolph) and Oscar (Fred Armisen) live a comfortable but very predictable wedded life when suddenly they find themselves in a completely unexpected situation, raising questions about love and marriage.

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Married couple June (Maya Rudolph) and Oscar (Fred Armisen) live a comfortable but predictable life in suburban Riverside, California. For 12 years they’ve had the same conversations, eaten the same meals and taken pleasant vacations at the same rented lake house. But after June talks Oscar into shaking things up with a ski trip, the pair suddenly find themselves in completely unfamiliar territory. Forever is an utterly original, insightful and poignant comedy about love, commitment, and marriage, created by Emmy Award-winning writers Alan Yang (Master of None, Parks and Recreation) and Matt Hubbard (30 Rock, Parks and Recreation).

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27 replies
  1. Bettina bettina
    Bettina bettina says:

    Its very interesting ! But I really think we don't have emotions in the afterlife. But maybe we still have to go thru learning lessons after we die and not be attached to any person place or things. Only have seen a few episodes. On Prime

  2. petit mignon
    petit mignon says:

    For me, the show started off really good but then peaked at the stand-alone episode (realtors). It felt like something big was supposed to happen at the second location… but didn't?

  3. Rockin Docs
    Rockin Docs says:

    Moved by this show. I am not very old, nor do I have big regrets in life. However, I catch myself tangled in mundane routines from time to time. Definitely would love to make a quick change, but fear is too strong. It's okay to attempt trying right? This show is so emotionally true, and it holds such deep inspiration for me.

  4. Whitney
    Whitney says:

    This was the hardest watch. Usually a fan of his work, I hated every second of this! The conversation between the Asian girl and black guy is the worst of all. So he married a white lady and is flirting with an Asian? The conversation being had is so fake and unrealistic!! This is really sickening to watch. Every single scene was slow and torturous!

  5. William Ainsworth
    William Ainsworth says:

    I was interested because I thought that it would be like "The Good Place" and show that eternal life would eventually pall, even in the best circumstances. The protagonists were able to exit to an unknown future. Perhaps nothing. Perhaps joining a universal consciousness. But "Forever" answered nothing, and showed nothing but boredom or the silly ways to dodge boredom.

  6. MyKonaRC
    MyKonaRC says:

    IF you are 35+ or older, these shows are for you. Just watched the last show and feel that its an "old people" show. Or am I wrong? Anyone else get that vibe?

  7. Land of Flavors
    Land of Flavors says:

    I dont even know his name. But if I see that guy in a show, I am watching it. He is the master of weird craft. If Steve in “the office” is 2/10, this guy is 10/10 in every single show of his.

  8. laquisab
    laquisab says:

    Makes one think about conceptions on race, age, sexuality, careers, time, friendships, self growth, stagnation, natural elements, physical possessions. Also, Fred is quirky sexy.


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