Comedian Mae Martin talks queer representation on TV and Netflix’s ‘Feel Good’

The star of her own semi-autobiographical show sat down with Xtra's Devon Murphy for a candid livestream conversation

Mae Martin—comedian, actor, co-creator and star of Feel Good airing on Channel 4 in the U.K. and Netflix—talks to Xtra contributor Devon Murphy about queer narratives, LGBTQ2 representation on TV and the creation of her new show.

For Feel Good fans, Martin has also shared a Spotify playlist featuring songs from the show. Have a listen below:

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