Following the success of the streaming service's show "Master of None," Netflix will look to have another hit with Judd Apatow's take on today's relationships in "Love." The comedy series is set to premiere in February, but the first photo and teaser trailer premieredMonday. 

Watch the teaser trailer for "Love" below:

Here are four things to know about the new Netflix series "Love":

1. Premiere Date

All 10 episodes of Season 1 will be available to stream on Netflix on Feb. 19, just a few days after Valentine's Day. The comedy will run for at least two seasons, with Season 2 coming in 2017. Variety reported in September 2014 that it was Netflix's biggest commitment to an original series since "House of Cards."

2. Paul Rust and Gillian Jacobs To Star 

Paul Rust and Gillian Jacobs star in the comedy. Rust voices Jonas on "Bob's Burgers" and has appeared on IFC's "Comedy Bang! Bang!" The 34-year-old comedian also starred in 2009's "I Love You, Beth Cooper." Jacobs, 33, starred on "Community" as Britta Perry and has also been on HBO's "Girls."

3. The Show Will Portray Modern Romance

According to Netflix, "Love" will tell the story of a "nice guy" named Gus (Rust) and "brazen wild-child" Mickey (Jacobs) as they "navigate the exhilarations and humiliations of intimacy, commitment, love and other things they were hoping to avoid." "Love" will look to take on modern relationships and give an honest outlook on them.

4. Apatow Teaming Up With Lesley Arfin

The "Knocked Up" director joined comedy writer Lesley Arfin to write the show's script alongside Rust. Arfin has worked on comedies like Fox's "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," MTV's "Awkward" and HBO's "Girls.