Five essential romantic series to binge on Netflix this weekend
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Five essential romantic series to binge on Netflix this weekend

Looking for the perfect way to start Valentine’s week? Simply tune into Netflix, where you can indulge in a romantic binge-watch session with our pick of five essential series. 

Whether you’re snuggled up with your significant other or enjoying some alone time, these shows are sure to tug at your heartstrings and leave you feeling warm and fuzzy inside. Some of them will even make you ugly cry if that is the mood you are going for.

Whether you’re in the mood for sweeping historical dramas, sweet teen romances, or heartwarming coming-of-age tales of love and acceptance, there’s something on our list for everyone to enjoy. 

Here is our curated list of essential romantic series on Netflix for you to enjoy this weekend. Happy binge-watching!

Five essential series to binge on Netflix this weekend:

One Day

Released just in time for Valentine’s Day, One Day is set to capture hearts with its timeless love story. 

Adapted from the beloved David Nicholls novel, which also churned a 2011 film adaptation, this British series follows the intertwined lives of Dex and Em as they reunite on the same day each year over the course of two decades. With each episode spanning a year in their lives, viewers are taken on a journey of love, growth, and self-discovery. Starring Ambika Mod and Leo Woodall, One Day is a poignant portrayal of love in the midst of growing up.

Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story

Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story is a limited historical drama series developed by Shonda Rhimes as a prequel spin-off to the immensely popular Netflix series Bridgerton

The show offers a fictionalised account inspired by the remarkable ascent of Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz during the late 18th century. This spin-off miniseries weaves two plotlines: one set in the present era of Bridgerton, commencing in 1817, and the other thread unfolds in 1761, delving into the initial encounter and subsequent union between Charlotte and King George and how they find love through George’s struggles with mental illness.


Based on the popular graphic novel by Alice Oseman, Heartstopper is a heartwarming tale of young love and self-discovery. 

Follow Charlie and Nick as they navigate the ups and downs of high school romance, all while grappling with their own identities and insecurities. With its charming characters and cosy storytelling, Heartstopper is sure to leave you smiling from ear to ear. And there are two entire seasons of it to curl to. This is also the perfect teen romance for those who have a particular dislike for overtly raunchy options flooding the arena.

Home Town Cha Cha Cha

Escape to the picturesque seaside town of Gongjin with Home Town Cha Cha Cha, a delightful romantic comedy set against the backdrop of small-town life. 

Watch as the quirky residents of Gongjin come together to support the budding romance between a skilled dentist and a free-spirited woman with a mysterious past. Filled with humour, heart, and plenty of charm, this series is guaranteed to lift your spirits and leave you feeling enchanted.

Love on the Spectrum

Explore the complexities of love and relationships in Love on the Spectrum, a heartwarming reality series that follows young adults on the autism spectrum as they navigate the world of dating. 

With its honest portrayal of love in all its forms, this series offers a refreshing perspective on what it means to find connection and companionship. Based on the Australian version of the same name, Love on the Spectrum is currently storming the top ten series charts on Netflix with its latest season.