What We Know So Far About Dan Levy’s Netflix Movie Good Grief


As part of Dan Levy’s deal with Netflix, Netflix has revealed a title and main cast for its first new Netflix Original. Levy signed a deal with Netflix in September 2021 to “produce scripted content and other projects for its film and television libraries.”
Dan Levy, who will write, produce and direct Good Grief, rose to prominence with his role in Schitt’s Creek, which was licensed by Netflix and thrust into the air. Unfortunately, the series recently left Netflix US, but it will remain available on Netflix overseas for the foreseeable future. Here is the synopsis of the new Netflix comedy:

“Marc Dreyfus chose a pleasant marriage to distract himself from the loss of his mother.” When Marc’s husband suddenly dies, he is forced to confront the sadness he had worked so hard to escape, dragging him and his two best friends on a Parisian weekend of self-discovery.

“Good Grief” is about Marc Dreyfus, who chose a happy marriage to distract himself from the loss of his mother. Unfortunately, he lost his marriage unexpectedly and was forced to face the pain of his life, which he had avoided for a long time. Marc would then embark on a vacation of self-discovery in Paris with two of his closest friends.

Who will appear in Netflix’s Good Grief?

Dan Levy has been confirmed to also star in the new Netflix movie
Ruth Negga (Loving, Agents of SHIELD and Netflix’s Passing)
Luke Evans (Dracula Untold, Fast & Furious 6 and High Rise)
Luke Evans is represented by CAA, United Agents and Anonymous Content.
Celia Imrie (The Best Exotic Hotel Marigold and Nanny McPhee)
Celia Imrie is replaced by Buchwald, Magnolia Entertainment, United Agents in the UK and Personal PR.
Arnaud Valois (BPM, Spring Blossom, My Best Part)
David Bradley (Netflix’s Beyond, Harry Potter, Hot Fuzz)
Himesh Patel (Yesterday, Tenet and Netflix don’t look up)
Jamael Westman (Identical, The Serpent of Essex)


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