There is absolutely nothing better than resting your head after a busy day with a calm, light story that knows how to use our favorite clichés. In recent years, we have been able see romantic comedies gain even more developments for television and consequently for streaming. Currently, several platforms have great options for series of the genre for you to distract your mind and keep your heart warm.
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With that in mind, we have selected 10 titles for you to check out on subscription services, whether with long, short episodes, few or several seasons! Look:
10. With Love
For those who miss the face of Emeraude Toubia from shadowhuntersyou can now press play on With Love, a new Amazon original romantic comedy series. On this show, we meet the Diaz brothers, Lily and Jorge Jr., who are determined to find love in the midst of their busy lives.
The story follows the ups and downs of the Diaz family on different holidays throughout the year, such as New Years, Christmas, Valentine’s Day, the 4th of July and Dia de los Muertos.
With Love is available on Prime Video.
9. Love, Victor
who fell in love with With Love, Simon Now you can enjoy another teen romance story, set in the same universe. Original from Hulu and distributed in Brazil by Star+, Love, Victor it follows the teenager who gives the program its name, on a journey of self-discovery and in a new city, facing challenges typical of age such as family, insecurities, adapting to the new school and also, knowing his own sexuality.
Love, Victor is available on Star+.
An icon of romantic comedy series because of How I Met Your Motherin UncoupledNeil Patrick Harris portrays Michael, a man who thought his life was absolutely perfect until his partner took him by surprise and left him after 17 years together.
Now, alone and left out of New York’s nightlife, Michael must face two nightmares: losing what he thought was his soul mate and suddenly finding himself a forty-something gay single man in the Big Apple.
Uncoupled is available at Netflix.
7. How I Met Your Father
And speaking of HIMYMof course we could not mention its spin-off, How I Met Your Father. Following a female point of view, here we follow young Sophie (Hilary Duff), released in New York years after the original series, in a world of dating apps, social networks and technology.
The premise, however, is the same that made fans fall in love with the original plot: Sophie and her group of friends are trying to figure out who they are, what they want out of life and how to fall in love in the big city.
How I Met Your Mother is available on Star+.
love is that series for hopeless romantics. Spanning three seasons, the story follows Gus and Mickey, who meet after their respective heartbreaks and together discover that love in the modern age is, for all its weird ups, downs and hilarious in-betweens, incredibly complicated and wonderfully simple. .
love is available at Netflix.
A little weird, but a lot of fun, Lovesick It begins in an unusual way for romantic comedies: we meet Dylan, who has just discovered that he has chlamydia. Now, worried, he needs to get in touch with all the women with whom he has had sexual relations, to inform them and advise them to go to the doctor. For this, he calls his best friend Luke and Evie, another friend who was once in love with him.
Lovesick is available at Netflix.
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4. Landing on Love
For those who want to enter the universe of doramas, landing in love it is not only one of the most famous, but also one of the most passionate that exists. The story takes place shortly after an accident involving a young heiress causes her to be thrown over the border of South Korea. Lost and in North Korean territory, she meets a young army general, who decides to help her hide.
landing in love is available at Netflix.
3. You’re the Worst
For those who want a little longer series, You’re the Worst it is an excellent choice. The story accompanies Gretchen and Jimmy, two people filled with trauma and with toxic, self-destructive and very self-centered behaviors. While he is a more collected writer, she is a personal relations executive. Even if the relationship is very strange because they are people that no one would ever imagine seeing together, they end up getting involved and starting a very unique romance.
You’re the Worst is available on Star+.
Fan darlings, it’s impossible not to mention Heartstopper on that list. This teen romance will make you sigh with each episode of so much cuteness. Here we follow the story from the moment Charlie and Nick meet in high school and, when they begin a friendship, they soon discover an unexpected romance. Now, the two of them must navigate a journey of self-discovery and acceptance, supporting each other and learning more about themselves.
Heartstopper is available at Netflix.
1. Dash & Lily
There is no more romantic time than Christmas and Lily knows it very well. Creative, enthusiastic and quite romantic, this is definitely her favorite time of year. As for Dash, who just got dumped by her girlfriend, couldn’t hate the festive mood more. One day, he finds a secret notebook hidden on a shelf in a bookstore with some instructions, and following them, he exchanges messages through it with Lily, without knowing exactly her identity, and she without knowing his.
Unintentionally, the two end up falling in love with each other, but between the comings and goings of people from the past, fears of getting involved and mismatches in the great city of New York, will this romance have a happy night?
dash & lily is available at Netflix.