5 Romantic shows to binge watch this weekend

Emily in Paris 3
Credits: NETFLIX

A good television romance may always cheer up a viewer, regardless of how great or trashy their day might have been. Whether in a teen romantic comedy or a fantasy epic, seeing two people fall in love despite all the obstacles can make a series fly by and make you one with your sofa and the ‘Continue Watching’ button. These are the top 5 romantic TV shows on Netflix to watch, ranging from historical dramas like Bridgerton to amusing comedies to swoon-worthy international productions.

Sweet Magnolias Season 3

Genre: Romantic drama

Rating: 7.4/10

Cast: JoAnna Garcia Swisher, Brooke Elliott, Heather Headley and Jamie Lynn Spears

Sweet Magnolias Season 3 | Official Trailer | Netflix

Celebrate the spirit of sisterhood as the Sweet Magnolias trio return to the screen on Netflix.  Adapted from the astounding 11-part book series written by Sherryl Wood, Sweet Magnolias follows the stories of three moms living in the charming little of Serenity, South Carolina, Maddie (JoAnna Garcia Swisher), Dana (Brooke Elliott) and Helen (Heather Headley) parenting their teenage children to juggling their careers. 

Ginny & Georgia Season 2

Genre: Romantic, Drama

Rating: 7.5/10

Cast: Brianne Howey, Antonia Gentry, Diesel La Torraca, Jennifer Robertson, Felix Mallard

Ginny & Georgia Season 3: Predicted release date, filming updates, plot, spoilers and other details
Credits: NETFLIX

A dysfunctional mother and daughter are the subjects of the captivatingly messy teen drama Ginny and Georgia. Ginny Miller, who is fifteen, is frequently more mature than her endearingly seductive and dynamic mother, Georgia. As the first season slowly and painstakingly reveals Georgia’s secrets and perilous background, Sarah Lampert’s creation Ginny and Georgia combines youthful angst, charming humor, and a hint of mystery. The mother-daughter pair Brianne Howey and Antonia Gentry play in Ginny and Georgia, along with Jennifer Robertson, a former cast member of Schitt’s Creek, are equally complex and captivating as the Miller family. 

Emily in Paris Season 3

Genre: Romantic-comedy drama 

Ratings: 6.9

Cast: Lily Collins, Ashley Park, Lucas Bravo, Camille Razat and many more…

Emily in Paris Season 4
Credits: NETFLIX

This series gives in-depth knowledge about what hurdles Emily faces when she has to cover up for her boss and take up the PR job in Paris without knowing the French language. Meanwhile, she falls in love with a man named Gabriel without knowing that he is in a relationship with her newly made friend Camille. It’s a fun show to watch and has perfectly showcased the fashion elements, and women are already obsessing over the show. It’s a decent show to watch over a free weekend time with your family and differs from regular rom-coms in a positive way. The series has shown every bit of friendship, betrayal, love, independence, and funny humor that has made it worth watching.

Bridgerton Season 2

Genre: Historical Romance drama

Ratings: 7.4

Cast: Phoebe Dynevor, Jonathan Bailey, Simone Ashley and others

Bridgerton Season 3: Release date, plot, cast, first look, episodes, and everything else we know so far about this romance series
Credit: Netflix

While all set to release its prequel in season 3 on the 4th of July of this month, this story has great elements of portraying historical romance and events. It tells the journey of 8 strongly bonded siblings who set out to find true love for themselves in the Regency era in England. One should give it a watch for its brilliant portrayal of beauty and art in those times, and the actors have carried that well. The big mansions, the artistic view of those times, the mannerisms in which they spoke, and those lavish costumes will transcend you back to those times, and you will surely feel lightheaded after watching the series. The culture-rich portrayals of all the characters have made it the most binge-able show, and by watching it, you will have the taste of an earlier European lifestyle.

Firefly Lane

Genre – Romantic Drama

Rating: 7.6/10

Cast: Katherine Heigl, Tully Hart, Sarah Chalke, Kate Mularkey, Ben Lawson 

Firefly Lane | Official Trailer | Netflix

Firefly Lane, which is based on Kristin Hannah’s book of the same name, follows friends Tully and Kate as they grow older over several decades. Despite their many differences—Kate is a single mother seeking to reenter the workforce while Tully was raised by a drug-addicted mother—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.

All the above shows will make sure you are getting your daily dose of laughter and thrill at the same time while keeping you engaged to the TV screens for longer hours. These Netflix originals are a must-watch for all age groups to experience their storyline and plot with brilliant performances given by the characters that have made it be in the top of the most-watched shows among its viewers.