If you’re in the mood to watch a romantic TV series and you are looking for it on Netflix, you are in the right place! Let’s see together a roundup of 10 romantic Netflix TV series that we at Survived the Shows recommend you to watch!
The series follows the story of Melinda Monroe (Alexandra Breckenridge), who goes to work as a nurse in the remote California town of Virgin River, thinking it will be the perfect place to start over and leave her painful memories behind. But she soon discovers that living in that small town is not as simple as she thought. She must learn to heal herself before she can make Virgin River her home.
It’s the lifestyle of the rich, famous and evil in Aaron Spelling’s classic 1980s soap opera. In Season 1, Oil Baron Blake Carrington (Grant Show) marries Krystal (Nathalie Kelley). His daughter Fallon (Elizabeth Gillies), on the other hand, marries Jeff Colby (SamAdegoke) to save the company from ruin.
From Shondaland and creator Chris Van Dusen, Bridgerton follows the story of the eldest daughter of the powerful Bridgerton family, Daphne (Phoebe Dynevor), and her debut in the competitive London marriage market in the Regency age.
Daphne wants to follow in her parents’ footsteps and find true love, and initially her hopes seem well pinned. When her older brother begins to discard some eligible suitors, the tabloid reports spread by the mysterious Lady Whistledown risk putting her in a bad light. The charming and rebellious Duke of Hastings (Regé-JeanPage) also enters thecompany, a convinced bachelor and a good match who captures the attention of all the mothers of the debutantes. Daphne and the duke say they have nothing to offer, but their attraction is undeniable. Involved in a battle of cunning and sentiment, they will have to contend with high society’s expectations for their future. The series is inspired by Julia Quinn’s bestselling novels.
Dash & Lily
A whirlwind Christmas romance unfolds as cynical Dash (Austin Abrams) and optimistic Lily (Midori Francis) exchange challenges, dreams, and wishes in the notebook as they pass back and forth to places throughout New York City, discovering they have more in common with each other than they expected.
In 2011 Lucifer (Tom Ellis), bored of his role as lord of the Underworld and resentful of God, his father, for having sentenced him to rule hell, leaves his kingdom along with the demon Mazikeen (Lesley-Ann Brandt) and he moves to Los Angeles where he opens a night club called “Lux”, which in a short time becomes very well known thanks to the round of favors that its new owner dispenses in several parts.
About five years later, a series of circumstances lead Lucifer to meet detective Chloe Decker (Lauren German). Although his brother, the angel Amenadiel (DB Woodside), constantly insists on returning him to hell and Mazikeen points out to him that human feelings are being born in him, Lucifer continues to collaborate with Chloe, with whom an affectionate but at the at the same time conflicting, so much so that he had to resort to frequent visits by therapist Linda Martin (Rachael Harris).
Based on the famous series of novels, “Sweet Magnolias” follows Maddie (Joanna Garcia Swisher), Helen (Heather Headley) and Dana Sue (Brooke Elliott), best friends of all time, as they juggle romantic relationships, family and career in the charming town of Serenity in South Carolina.
Jane the Virgin
Jane Gloriana Villanueva (Gina Rodriguez) is a young 23-year-old aspiring writer, she has been happily engaged in college for two years with Michael Cordero (Brett Dier), a young and ambitious detective from Miami. Among the things that matter most in his life, besides his detailed plan for his future life, are his mother, Xiomara (Catherine Toribio), who became pregnant just sixteen, and her grandmother Alba (Ivonne Coll), a strong believer and very attached to the Christian dogmas and that, since Jane turns thirteen, has been warning her about the consequences of premarital sex. Jane embodies these warnings so deeply that she reaches her twenty-three years still immaculate.
However, during a normal gynecological check-up, Dr. Luisa Solano (Yara Martinez), stressed after finding his wife in bed with another, mistakenly artificial insemination on Jane using the only surviving tube of Rafael Solano’s sperm (Justin Baldoni), his brother, saved by him after discovering cancer. After a few weeks, Jane discovers she is pregnant. Amidst the initial amazement and confusion, the girl decides to carry on with the pregnancy and give the rightful father the child once born.
Based on the namesake bestseller, Firefly Lane is the rousing story of two inseparable best friends and their lasting bond over four tumultuous decades.
Showrunner and Executive Producer: Maggie Friedman
Executive Producers: Stephanie Germain, Lee Rose, Katherine Heigl
La Casa de las Flores
The series centers on the story of a seemingly successful family of florists with an idyllic lifestyle, but in reality full of uncomfortable secrets. One day, the patriarch realizes his mistress died suddenly. He decides to take her children with him, with his wife and current family, who did not know of his existence. The series explores the need to protect and forgive loved ones, no matter how uncomfortable it may be.
Rebecca Bunch (Rachel Bloom) is a young attorney for a major New York law firm. A degree from Harvard and Yale and a life full of professional successes do not mean happiness to her. In a moment of despair she meets Josh (Vincent Rodriguez III), an old teenage flame of his, who is about to return to his hometown of California. Rebecca then decides to drop everything and move to West Covina, Los Angeles County, where Josh lives. Here she will meet Paula (Donna Lynne Champlin), a colleague in the small studio where she found a job, and Greg (Santino Fontana), Josh’s bartender and friend.
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