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When you don't have to deal with network television standards and practices, the definition of "romance" can range from sweet, chaste conversations to full-out sex scenes.
What is a good rom-com if not laced with awkwardness?
From the classic "Cheers" to the more recent "The Mindy Project," "New Girl" and "Love," romantic TV comedies can make us feel a little better about our own love lives. Need some proof?
The rom-com genre — which has us laughing one minute and reaching for the tissues the next — has delivered several bingeable shows to date. Below, we list the series you should have on your radar.
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The series aired its finale in July after five seasons on The CW. Love is often a battlefield, and Rebecca Bunch Rachel Bloom is caught in the crossfire. The series follows the New Yorker as she uproots her entire life to secretly follow a crush to Los Angeles.
Jess shows us that dating someone you live with is far from easy, though living with an ex is even worse. Despite the title, "Sex and the City" is really about love, deep down. Carrie Sarah Jessica Parker and Mr. Big Chris Nothof course, provide the main relationship, but there are plenty of other romances to watch.
Set in New York, the show reveals through flashbacks that the couple met buying an early copy of the Sunday New York Times. Yes, this was something people did back then, or so we hear. OK, so "Friends" is more about, well, friends than it is lovers.
Tracey Gordon Michaela Coel grew up in a strict religious household. In turn, her relationship experience is … lacking. The Netflix series follows her journey to lose her virginity, while trying to hold onto her strict morals.
By Meghan Giannotta 0. Photo Credit: Linda Rosier What is a good rom-com if not laced with awkwardness?
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