Top 20 Netflix Romantic TV Series to Watch: Love doesn’t seem to end ever! Does it? Probably in this genre, only the highest number of shows and movies are made every year. And as we already know, Netflix is always there to appease our hunger for love and romance.
Not only are shows from recent years that are shinning on the trend, but Netflix would also make you binge even some of the old yet evergreen romance shows from the late 90s that will be bound to make you nostalgic with tickling emotion all the way. So here are some more shows filled with love and relationship drama adding to our previous list of top 10 romance shows on Netflix.
Let’s have a look at Top 20 Romantic TV Shows to Watch on Netflix-
20. Wanderlust- (Number of seasons-1)
There is a saying that it takes a lot more effort to stay in love than to fall in love. This 2018 tv series delves this point through the lives of therapist Joy, played by Emmy and Golden Globe winner Toni Collette and her husband Alan, played by Steven Mackintosh as they try to maintain their monogamous relationship. This show was co-created by BBC and Netflix and written by award-winning playwright Nick Payne.
19. Grey’s Anatomy- (Number of seasons- 18)
A group of surgical interns and senior supervisors’ medical journey is sparkled with the passion and relationship drama that they all face individually. ‘Grey’s Anatomy is a long series with 18 episodes to date and 388 episodes in total which started in 2005. The cast includes Ellen Pompeo and Patrick Dempsey. The show is supposed to continue with its 19th season on the way.
18. Easy- (Number of seasons-3)
‘Easy’ is an anthropology series that aired in 2016. Directed and created by Joe Swanberg, this Netflix original casts light upon many real issues, modern romance technology, characters diversity, middle age dating to name a few. Dave Franco, Emily Ratajkowski, Elizabeth Reaser make the impressive casting of the show.
17. Tiny Pretty Things- (Number of seasons-1)
Set in Chicago’s only elite ballet school this 2020 drama exposes a lot of dancers and their intriguing story of love, lies, betrayal. Where there is ballet, there is both passion and pain. This series is an example of that.
16. Love is Blind- (Number of seasons-1)
This 2020 Netflix original is a reality game show that brings singles together in a room with their potential love interests to mingle with them BLINDLY. Yes, the show takes the title literally and does not let the contestants see each other as they unfold each other’s hearts.
15. Crash Landing on You- (Number of seasons-1)
After a paragliding trip does not go as planned, a South Korean businesswoman Yoon Se-ri (Son Ye-jin) lands on North Korea and in the life of army officer Captain Lee Jeonghyeok (Hyun Bin) and eventually on his heart. This 2019 series will give you the perfect warm feeling of romance that K-drama usually gives.
14. Summertime- (Number of seasons-2)Netflix
A love story set on Italy’s Adriatic Coast where Summer(Coco Rebecca Edogamhe), a woman striving to go beyond her small-town world falls in love with Alessandro (Ludovico Tersigni), a motorcyclist. This show was released in 2020 and is a real sunny treat of passion to watch.
13. Vampire Dairies- (Number of seasons-8)
Initially made under the shadow of ‘Dawson’s Creek’ and ‘The Twilight Saga’, this 2009 series soon became and still is a fan favorite. The love triangle amidst two powerful vampires- the Salvatore brothers and human girl Elena sets the mood on teen romance lovers. The presence of vampires wherever you look at and heartthrob Ian (Damon Salvatore) gives this series a real high reach.
12. End of the F***ing World- (Number of seasons-2)
The 2017 comedy-drama is all about the misadventures of James, a 17-year-old boy believing himself to be a psychopath, and Alyssa, a rebel, and their romance. Alex Lawther and Jessica Barden did a great job in portraying the eccentric characters James and Alyssa respectively. The gray and somber mood of the series helps to enhance the love that unravels.
11. Dawson’s Creek- (Number of seasons-6)
Back to the 90s. The adolescent sweetheart drama revolves around Dawson Leery and Joey Potter as they begin to encounter the wave of relationship, love, and early s*xual awakening. Looking at the time running so fast, we can’t forget the young James Van Der Beek (Dawson), Katie Holmes (Joey), and Joshua Jackson (Pacey Witter). Can we?
10. Outlander- (Number of seasons-6)IMDb
Claire and Jaime’s love story which is at the center of the 2014 drama series is adorned by complicated time travel. Besides, this drama series is full of action, science fiction themes, and adventure.
Though it is not exclusively a romantic show, it secures its place in this list because of some passionate s*x scenes and the beautiful chemistry between Claire, played by Caitriona Balfe, a nurse of the time of World War II who time travels to the 18th Century and the hot Dog warrior Jaime Fraser, played by Sam Heughan. But you should be forewarned as the series contain some s*xually violent scenes.
9. Jane the Virgin- (Number of seasons-5)
Titular character Jane’s (Gina Rodriguez) life turns in a different direction as she is inseminated artificially. There is more than only one love story for the viewers to enjoy the sweet funny loving romance as Jane’s feelings swerve between her cop boyfriend and the father of the accidental baby in this 2014 series.
8. Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life- (Number of seasons-1)
The viewers of the old drama series ‘Gilmore Girls’ from 2000 will get another feel of the close and healthy mother-daughter bond between Lorelei and Rory. Though 16 years have passed, just like old-time the mother-daughter duo helps each other in their relationship issues with precious advice. Lorelei and Rory will again be played by Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel respectively.
7. Valeria- (Number of seasons-2)About Netflix
Young writer Valeria finds solace in her three friends amidst her career and relationship crisis. This 2020 series is based on the novel of Elisabet Benavent ‘En los zapatos de Valeria’. Diana Gomez Raich stars in the role of Valeria.
6. After Life- (Number of seasons-3)
This 2019 British black-comedy drama series is written and started by Ricky Gervais. It’s a story of a man who was on the verge of committing suicide after his wife’s death but withdraws as he becomes determined to punish the world for what it did to his wife. This is a mature romance for those who are not really into hot teen s*x.
5. Never Have I Ever- (Number of seasons-2)
Talking of teen s*x, first-generation Indian-American teenage girl Devi (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan) has not done it yet. Yes, she is resolute to find a boyfriend this year and has s*x.
This high school drama though not only features s*x or whom Devi will finally be with- the brainy Ben Gross or the s*xy smoldering Paxton but also depicts Devi’s psychological and emotional upheaval and a lot of culture clash.
4. Emily in Paris- (Number of seasons-2)Glamour
Now we are at the heart of romance. Paris.
With a one-year-long project Emily moves to Paris, but soon becomes entangled with fashion, stereotypical French culture, attractive gorgeous men, romance, jealousy, career issues, and culture clash. The hot and trendy series is now all over the internet as viewers are crazy about the intense moments between Emily (Lily Collins) and the s*xy Gabriel (Lucas Bravo).
3. Sex Education- (Number of seasons-3)
Who doesn’t know Maeve Wiley? The sassy confident daring girl with the pink highlight (now blue though). This highly popular high school drama series is a treat for both sweaty teen s*x lovers and those who want to see psychological complications in character.
Over its three seasons, the show’s characters and the storyline have matured to a great level as viewers fall in love with their handling of the LGBTQ, lack of sex education issue, and the fine art of character building. Maeve appears to the women audience with a lot more relatability as her hidden vulnerability communicates with them.
Till Asa Butterfield (Otis) and Emma Mackey (Maeve) come back on screen, who haven’t already binged the show on Netflix don’t think twice.
2. Feel Good- (Number of seasons-1)Variety
Comedian Mae Martin created this series in the shadow of her own life and starred in it. In a world where our brain functions as per patriarchal heteros*xual notion, this 2020 series depicts the challenge of lesbian relationships portrayed by Mae and George (Charlotte Ritchie) who did not have a female partner until then.
1. Brigerton- (Number of seasons-2)
If there was something called hot royalty, it would’ve been synonymous with ‘Brigerton’.
Daphne (Phoebe Dynevor), the eldest daughter of the Brigertonfamily and the duke of Hastings (Rege- Jean Page) conjures intense and electrifying chemistry that has taken the streaming media to a storm. The series is based on the romance series of novelist Julia Quinn who takes us back to the nostalgic 18th century.