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  • All There in the Script: Joe's three blind dates in "Ex-istential Crisis" are, in order of appearance: Luna, Haley and Moira, played by Highdee Kuan, JJ Nolan and Ivy Beech respectively.
  • Channel Hop: Initially released by Lifetime in the United States and Netflix internationally, it moved to Netflix entirely after Lifetime cancelled the series.
  • Dawson Casting: Theo Engler, a 19-year-old college student, is played by Dylan Arnold who was 27 years old when the third season was released (in fact his actor is a year older than Victoria Pedretti, whose character Love is at least in her late-20s).
  • Disabled Character, Disabled Actor:
    • Daniel Durant plays Love's dead husband James, who's deaf like him (shown in her flashbacks).
    • Dante's actor, Ben Mehl, was born with Stargardt's disease and is legally blind.
  • Overtook the Manga: Season three skips the third book in the series, You Love Me, entirely because it was released after development on the new season had already begun.
  • Production Posse: James Scully (Forty) and Melanie Fields (Sunrise) worked together in Heathers.
  • Queer Character, Queer Actor:
    • Sherry, along with Cary, is implied to have "swinging" nights with other couples where they sleep both with men and women. Shalita Grant, who plays Sherry, is a lesbian in real life.
    • Forty is stated by his actor, the openly gay James Scully, to be sexually fluid.
  • Romance on the Set: Victoria Pedretti and Dylan Arnold, whose characters have an affair with each other, are dating in real life.
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  • Star-Making Role: For Jenna Ortega as Ellie, who went on to star in high-profile roles after this one.
  • Those Two Actors: James Scully and Melanie Field starred in the Heathers reboot as J.D. and Heather Chandler respectively.
  • Vindicated by Reruns: The show, while well-received, was relatively unknown when it aired on Lifetime but soon skyrocketed in popularity after it was made available on Netflix.
  • What Could Have Been:
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  • Word of Saint Paul: James Scully believes that his character, Forty, is sexually fluid.
  • Word of Gay: According to his actor, Forty is sexually fluid.