A little love never hurt anyone, and with valentine’s day fast approaching, here are some romance filled web series to binge on. From a slice of life to historical fiction, this list won’t disappoint!
Based on the novel of the same name by Diana Gabaldon, the series follows a married former World war 2 nurse who is transported back to Scotland in 1743. Where she encounters a dashing Highland fighter, Jamie Fraser. Outlander will drag you in a whirlwind filled with romance, fantasy, drama, and action that you won’t tire of.
Little Things is the story of a couple of Dhruv and Kavya, who live in Mumbai in their 20s live together and have a relationship without being married.
The story centers around a nurse practitioner Melinda Monroe who leaves everything for a remote Californian town called Virgin River. Soon she finds out that small-town living isn’t all that simple as she thought it to be.
My First Love
My first love is the story of 5 college students as they navigate the perplexing journey of first love, heartbreak, and friendship.
Taj Mahal 1989
The comedy-drama romance series is set in Lucknow in 1989 India and revolves around a number of characters with different takes on love.
An oldie, but definitely one to revisit. Watch the humorous and witty mother and duo navigate family, friends, and romance across 154 episodes, Yes, 154, perfect for a weekend binge.
After the great war, Violet Evergarden a young female ex-soldier, who is born and bred to be a weapon gets a job at a writer’s agency. Join her on her journey to create letters that connect people as she struggles to find the meaning of love. This one is a real tear-jerker, so be warned.
Showcasing Bae Suzy and Nam Joo-Hyuk, Start Up and its star-studded cast tells the tale of young entrepreneurs aspiring to launch virtual dreams into reality to compete for success and love in the cutthroat world of Korea’s high tech industry.
This regency romance is the talk of the town, having started its own fashion trend, the series delves into the wealth, lust, betrayal, and romance in the backdrop of Regency-era England as seen through the eyes of the powerful Bridgerton family.
Tully and Kate support each other through good times and bad with an unbreakable bond that carries them from their teens to their forties.
(Contributed by Nikhita H.)