This fall, the television version of the classic 1980s sitcom Love Meow returns to Netflix, with a two-hour first episode and three hours and 40 minutes of sex.
Love Meowing was originally produced by ABC and was created by Ed Begley Jr., with his wife, actress Alexis Bristow.
It followed the lives of four women who meet through the internet and are able to communicate through love.
The show was originally canceled in 2013, but it has been revived by Netflix for a second season.
Like Love Meows, Love Spells is also a romantic comedy, but this time the female leads are played by a female cast and includes actors Julia Roberts and Emma Stone.
While the show is a comedy, Love Meowed is also about the emotional and physical side of love, and it stars Emma Stone, Jessica Lange, and others who also appeared on the show.
Love Spells’ season two premieres on July 22.