News Top 15+3 Romance Shows to Watch on Netflix this Valentine's Day
Top 15+3 Romance Shows to Watch on Netflix this Valentine's Day
Without a doubt,
Netflix comes to mind when you're looking for a true-crime documentary, criminal reality series like Love Is Blind or The Circle, or one of the most popular shows worldwide, Stranger Things. With everything going on, it's simple to forget about the countless romantic Netflix shows. However, there are a ton of swoon-worthy films on the streaming service to pick from when the mood knocks and you're looking for something to stream over your at-home romantic date.
The ideal relationship is a blend of all genres, much like reality; love can occur in even the most stressful circumstances or cliched locations. There are many different ways to fall in love, whether you're in high school and experiencing your first love or in your 30s and have been there and back.
This list of the top
Netflix shows to watch right now, which includes anything from heartfelt romantic comedies to timeless masterpieces, is likely to give you some ideas for what to watch in February. There's plenty to keep you busy throughout the love season, so grab a partner, cuddle up beneath a blanket, and relax into these top 10 Netflix romance shows.
Ginny and Georgia
When Ginny and Georgia move to the little town of Wellsbury, Massachusetts, they discover that they are more alike than they initially thought. Ginny and Georgia are two ladies you would never associate with having the same Myers-Briggs personalities. Their secret lives are full of murder, small-minded social cliques, and sex scandals. In other words, it's the ideal blend of Gilmore Girls' wholesomeness with a hint of a sinister undertone. The first and second seasons are currently streaming.
They first met in the 1990s and later grew up together in the 2000s. Yae Noguchi had intended to become a flight attendant before her accident. Harumichi Namiki trained as a pilot for the Japan Air Self-Defense Force before opting to leave and pursue other interests.
Kanchiku Yuri is the writer and director of the Japanese
Netflix Original romantic drama series First Love. The Japanese artist Hikaru Utada, who wrote the songs for the series, is the source of inspiration for the narrative. Hometown Cha Cha Cha
Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha follows the attractive and smart dentist Yoo Hye-jin (Shin Min-a) after she loses her work in Seoul and is set in a peaceful small town. She effectively faces exclusion from the medical profession after accusing a supervisor of utilizing illegal business methods and spreading her identity online. Unable to cut it in Seoul, she comes to a beach resort to begin her clinic, and there she meets a jack-of-all-trades Hong Du-sik (Kim Seon-ho). These two young, attractive individuals soon strike up a conversation, albeit they are both quick to deny it. Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha is a wonderful slice-of-life Korean drama that tells a wholesome tale about a charming village populated with unique people.
Bridgerton is not only romantic but also a spicy drama that raises the bar for love, revolt, and high-society living. The program strays from historical accuracy by portraying a racially mixed society and employing contemporary undertones in Regency-era London in 1813. Here, romance involves making one's own decisions about falling in love (or not), as well as, of course, yielding to strong passion. If you want something sexier than your typical cookie-cutter romance and want to take in the magnificent setting, costumes, and fantastic performance, choose this show.
The show's first season, which is based on a collection of romance novels by Julia Quinn, centers on the smoldering passion between the firstborn Bridgerton daughter Daphne (Phoebe Dynevor) and the dashing Duke of Hastings (Regé-Jean Page). Their chemistry is strong, and the second half of last season is essentially softcore sex scenes, while the first half is mainly wistful looks and modest flirting.
To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before
Nothing compares to the clumsy, unnerving, warm blush of first love. Check out the
Netflix original film (based on a young adult book series) about a high school student whose top five crushes accidentally receive her secret love letters, which leads to a turbulent start to her dating life. After falling in love with Lara Jean, you can watch the sequels To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You and To All the Boys: Always and Forever, Lara Jean. Lucifer
Make no mistake: Lucifer will satiate the cravings for romantic television as well, despite it being set in the DC Comics universe, based on the figure from The Sandman comic book series, and belonging to the crime drama fantasy genre. Although it starts out slow in the romantic department, it is also rather predictable right away. Lucifer is still worth watching due to its interwoven, increasingly bizarre plots, captivating characters, and the proper balance of comedy, drama, and corniness. Check out all six seasons, which bring the series to a satisfactory conclusion.
Sex Education offers a decent look at romance and how it affects today's generation, however, it focuses more on sexual than romantic bonds. Otis, a high school student, is the protagonist of the tale. Otis has developed mixed feelings toward sex as a result of his mother, a sex therapist who is also highly promiscuous. Call it an anti-romance series, but it has relatable themes and will show you a few things about Gen Z.
Emily in Paris
Emily in Paris continues to be the absolutely clichéd, corny, amusing, endearing, and contemporary program that takes the idea of romance all the way to its origin: Paris. Although Emily first relocates to the 'city of love' on a one-year work assignment, she soon becomes enamored with the beauty, culture, and gorgeous men the area has to offer. It's like a Hallmark holiday movie expanded for every season, with lovely people in love (and lust), traditional French plots, and stunning fashion to boot. There are scorching romances, jealous jaunts, career disappointments, and cultural shock, among other things. If you occasionally enjoy watching a show that is indulgent or a guilty pleasure, Emily in Paris won't let you down.
Scrotal Recall, which makes sense given that the reason Dylan (Johnny Flynn) is contacting these ladies is that he contracted an STD and has to contact his previous partners, was the original name for this swoon-worthy romantic British sitcom about a guy who reconnects with his ex-partners and discovers new insights about his romantic history in the process. However, the developing romance between Dylan and his best friend Evie (Antonia Thomas) is so endearing that you wind up caring deeply about Dylan's previous relationships and cheering them to acknowledge their affection for one another. No matter how true (and humorous) the old title may have been, it's a charming sitcom that benefited from a name change.
Jane the Virgin
Jane (Gina Rodriguez) was brought up by her Catholic, telenovela-obsessed granny to believe that a woman's chastity is sacrosanct and must remain intact until married. But when Jane, age 23, unintentionally uses donor sperm to inseminate herself artificially, she boldly experiences a new sexual awakening. The opposite sex suddenly seemed more alluring and approachable than ever. You can watch all five seasons of this hit romantic comedy-drama on
Netflix. From Scratch
From Scratch is a stunning love story set against the equally stunning backdrop of Italy, and it is based on author Tembi Locke's memoir of the same name. The program centers on Amy (Zoe Saldaa), a law student with a love of art who has a romantic relationship with a cook named Lino (Eugenio Mastrandrea). The two must overcome challenges like peer pressure and familial pressure. From Scratch depicts a long-lasting, passionate romance, and Saldaa and Mastrandrea work well together. While you watch, though, have Postmates open because the food scenes will probably make you hungry.
German historical romance The Empress stars Philip Froissant as Emperor Franz Joseph of Austria-Hungary and Devrim Lingnau as Elisabeth von Wittelsbach, Princess of Bavaria, his fiancée's sister. The Empress, a work by Katharina Eyssen and Lena Stahl, highlights the journey of a modern young woman who defies the rigid society in which she lives as well as the complex monarch whose choices would influence European history. The Empress explores the spark that sparked, the perilous path set forth, and the power conflicts that these two families must face with a tale that is firmly steeped in a story of love and politics.
Based on Kristin Hannah's book of the same name, Firefly Lane follows friends Tully and Kate from their first met as teenagers until adulthood. Despite their many differences—Kate is a single mother seeking to reenter the workforce while a drug-addicted mother raised Tully—the two have remained close throughout the years. That is not to suggest that there aren't difficulties and drama, particularly as a result of both new and old relationships. Warm and cozy, Firefly Lane has an intriguing edge that makes it stand out.
Following the premiere of season 3, this romance drama, an unexpected blockbuster for
Netflix, has already been renewed for a fourth and fifth season. Mel, played by Alexandra Breckenridge, is a troubled woman who moves impulsively to a small California town to work as a midwife and nurse practitioner. She thinks a change of scenery is exactly what the doctor ordered because she wants to leave behind her former life and the traumatic memories associated with it. But when she gets there, she realizes that before finding a true relationship, she must first cure herself. Young Royals
Young Royals is a masterfully crafted queer young adult drama that follows an adolescent prince as he attends a prominent boarding school for high-status teenagers and learns what it means to represent both his family and his people. Young Royals, in which Edvin Ryding plays Prince Wilhelm, gives Ryding a chance to display his versatility because his character must exhibit strength and vulnerability in almost every scene. The developing romance between Prince Wilhelm and Simon, played by Omar Rudberg, heightens the tension and drama. Young Royals' debut season is brimming with tension and excitement, making it the perfect choice for those who like high school dramas.
Heartstopper is a fantastic addition to the romance genre, and narratives about the love story and queer bliss are always thrilling. The program, created by Alice Oseman, is inspired by the comic and graphic novel of the same name. It follows Charlie (Joe Locke) as he meets and becomes romantically involved with Nick, a new classmate (Kit Connor). What does Nick think of Charlie, though, and how will this new relationship—whether nonsexual or not—affect Charlie's relationships? The webcomic's tone and key components are captured in the show, giving it a dreamy aesthetic that still portrays adolescence's very real and perplexing sensations. The varied cast and characters represent a wide range of LGBTQ+ identities. Heartstopper may be a bit emotional at times, with tight dramatic journeys for numerous protagonists, but this show will make you yearn for those heartstopper experiences in your life and blow you away from the very first hour.
Best friends Maddie (Joanna Garcia-Swisher), Dana Sue (Brooke Elliott), and Helen (Heather Headley) form a group known as the Sweet Magnolias to manage anything that comes their way in the small, charming, and fictional town of Serenity, North Carolina. The series strikes the ideal mix between life's happy and sad aspects and the Magnolias' famous margaritas. It is touching and humorous. Everything in Serenity comes down to love: Love of family, friends, workplace, and community. As the Magnolias struggle to find the ideal suitors, they focus on what they can do to make their small town better for the future and, most importantly, for the kids. The kids of the Magnolias face their fair share of difficulties while there is love in the air in the high school hallways, so there is something for everyone in this program.
Never Have I Ever
Growing up is difficult for anyone, but Devi Vishwakumar finds it especially difficult (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan). The beginning of Never Have I Ever is tragic. Devi enters her sophomore year determined to make a fresh start after witnessing her father Mohan's (Sendhil Ramamurthy) unexpected death during her freshman year and briefly losing the use of her legs due to shock. Devi's life spirals out of control as she finds herself in romantic relationships with not one but two boys while still dealing with her loss and her difficult connection with her mother Nalini (Pooma Jagannathan). With her childhood adversary Ben (Jaren Lewison) and one of the school's baddest dudes, Paxton (Darren Barnet), vying for her attention, Devi must navigate the troubled seas of middle school romance while simultaneously coping with her parents and her Indian heritage. With both comic and sad moments, Maitreyi Ramakrishnan plays the untidy Devi to perfection. She is hilarious.
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