Have you ever had a loved one who died unexpectedly? It’s a feeling that is all too familiar for many of us. death leaves us feeling empty, confused, and lost. We are left feeling sorry for our loss.
Sorry for Your Loss is a web series that follows the life of a young widow, Leigh Shaw (played by Elizabeth Olsen). After the sudden death of her husband, Leigh is left to navigate the world as a single woman. The show follows Leigh as she tries to rebuild her life and find her way after this devastating loss.
Where to watch Sorry for Your Loss?
Sorry for Your Loss is exclusively available to stream on Facebook Watch.
Does Amazon have Sorry for Your Loss on Amazon Prime?
Amazon Prime subscribers will be surprised to know that the latest season of Sorry for Your Loss is also available on the content library of Amazon Prime.
You can also watch Deep Water, Reminiscence, The Priest, Vivarium, Inferno, Before I Fall, You were Never Really Here, Joker, Motherless Brooklyn, Penguin(2020), etc.
Is Sorry for Your Loss available on Netflix?
Unfortunately, Sorry for Your Loss is not included in the huge content library of Netflix but it might be added in the near future as Shrek.
Till that time, you can watch several action filled animated films and shows such as Vivo, The Breadwinner, Tekken Bloodline, The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf, Klaus, Over the Moon, Kung Fu Panda 4, The Sea Blast, Cobra Kai, Jujutsu Kaisen, The Little Prince, Shrek, etc.
Who’s in cast?
The cast includes:
- Lola Tung as Isabel “Belly” Conklin
- Jackie Chung as Laurel Park
- Rachel Blanchard as Susannah Fisher
- Christopher Briney as Conrad Fisher
- Gavin Casalegno as Jeremiah Fisher
- Sean Kaufman as Steven Conklin
- Alfredo Narciso as Cleveland Castillo
- Minnie Mills as Shayla
- Colin Ferguson as John Conklin
- Tom Everett Scott as Adam Fisher
- David Iacono as Cam
- Summer Madison as Nicole
- Rain Spencer as Taylor
If you’re looking for a moving and realistic portrayal of grief, then you should definitely check out Sorry for Your Loss. The show is a raw and honest look at the grieving process, and it will leave you feeling all the feels.