88 Romantic Comedies Now Streaming on Netflix, From Classics to New Flicks
Netflix's vast selection of rom-coms ages like a fine wine — it gets better every year. Well, really every month! There's always something new. From brand-new Netflix original movies to classic romantic-comedy flicks you've watched a hundred times, the streaming service has some of the best sappy movies — and they'll all make your heart swoon. From heartbreaks to rekindled romances to enemies to lovers to friends who become more, these rom-coms on Netflix have all the love and lust you're looking for.
With titles like "Your Place or Mine," "To All the Boys I've Loved Before," "Look Both Ways," "The Kissing Booth," and so many more, read on to see our favorite picks of romantic comedies on Netflix and enjoy a swoon-worthy movie binge like never before.
Looking for even more recs of the best rom-coms on Netflix? Check out the best movies with strong women leads here.
— Additional reporting by Lauren Harano, Haley Lyndes, Naomi Parris, and Njera Perkins
In this hilarious rom-com, four couples go on a cut-rate vacation to an all-inclusive resort hoping for a tropical getaway — but the price of paradise costs them mandatory couples' therapy sessions. The stacked cast includes Vince Vaughn, Jason Bateman, Kristen Bell, and Kristin Davis.
Watch "Couples Retreat" on Netflix now.
"Just Go With It"
Starring Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler, this 2011 film follows a plastic surgeon who pretends to be married to his assistant to cover up a little lie he told his much-younger girlfriend, played by Brooklyn Decker.
Watch "Just Go With It" on Netflix now.
"Friends With Benefits"
In this 2011 rom-com, a young woman (played by Mila Kunis) and man (played by Justin Timberlake) strike up a friendship and decide to take their relationship to the next level, but with no attachments. However, that's easier said than done.
Watch "Friends With Benefits" on Netflix now.
"No Strings Attached"
"No Strings Attached" is another classic 2011 rom-com. Similar to "Friends With Benefits," Emma (Natalie Portman) and Adam (Ashton Kutcher) try to keep their relationship strictly physical. However, it's not long before they start catching feelings for each other.
Watch "No Strings Attached" on Netflix now.
"The Perfect Find"
Who doesn't love the classic forbidden-romance trope? In the book-to-movie adaptation "The Perfect Find," 40-something-year-old fashionista Jenna begs for a job at her nemesis boss's publication after a public meltdown sends her into hiding. But at her new job, Jenna rediscovers her passion for fashion and love after she falls for her hot young coworker Eric — who's also her boss's son. As the two struggle to keep their unorthodox relationship under wraps, they find out just how risky love can be.
Watch "The Perfect Find" on Netflix now.
"Forever My Girl"
When a country singer's childhood friends dies unexpectedly, he's forced to travel back home — and cross paths with the woman he left at the altar years prior, before he hit it big. When a surprise revelation about their past relationship keeps him in town for a while, the former couple realizes they might not be so former anymore.
Watch "Forever My Girl" on Netflix now.
"Your Place or Mine"
Reese Witherspoon and Ashton Kutcher star in this Netflix romantic comedy as best friends who couldn't be more opposite of each other. While Witherspoon's Debbie craves having a routine with her son in Los Angeles, Kutcher's Peter thrives on the hustle and bustle of New York City. So when the two swap houses — and lives — for a week, they soon discover what they think they may want might not be what they really need.
Watch "Your Place or Mine" on Netflix now.
"Look Both Ways"
Lili Reinhart has a "Sliding Doors" moment as Natalie, a college student whose life goes in two very different directions based on the results of a pregnancy test. In one version of events, she's focused on family, while in the other, her career takes center stage.
Watch "Look Both Ways" on Netflix now.
"Can You Keep a Secret?"
In this 2019 movie, Emma (Alexandra Daddario) inadvertently divulges a whole bunch of embarrassing secrets to her company's CEO, played by Tyler Hoechlin. The two fall for each other, but are they both in it for the right reasons — and could the romance derail Emma's career?
Watch "Can You Keep a Secret?" on Netflix now.
Feeling pressured by their parents to find spouses, Asha (Pallavi Sharda) and Ravi (Suraj Sharma) opt for a faux romance to survive a summer of weddings they're being forced to attend. But in true rom-com fashion, it doesn't take long for the two to ditch their ruse once they actually start to fall in love.
Watch "Wedding Season" on Netflix now.
"A Perfect Pairing"
A collection of the best rom-coms on Netflix isn't complete without a cheesy romance between two good-looking strangers. "A Perfect Pairing," starring Victoria Justice and Adam Demos, follows an LA wine-company exec named Lola on her travels to Australia, where she somehow ends up working as a ranch hand at a sheep station and catching feelings for handsome station manager Max.
Watch "A Perfect Pairing" on Netflix now.
"The Royal Treatment"
In this "Princess Diaries" meets "Cinderella" scenario among the romantic comedies on Netflix, "The Royal Treatment" stars Laura Marano as hairstylist Isabella, who gets the opportunity of a lifetime when she and her crew of stylists get booked to work a royal wedding. But things get hairy when Isabella falls for the handsome, to-be-wed Prince Thomas (Mena Massoud) and complicates an already-arranged marriage.
Watch "The Royal Treatment" on Netflix now.
The Netflix holiday rom-com, which stars Jimmy O. Yang, Nina Dobrev, and Darren Barnet, centers an online-dating story that goes awry when an LA journalist named Natalie thinks she found love with an East Coast guy named Tag on a dating app. But come to find out, after traveling across the country, she's been getting catfished by Tag's childhood friend Josh, whom she, of course, eventually ends up falling for.
Watch "Love Hard" on Netflix now.
"Single All the Way"
In its first-ever gay holiday rom-com, Netflix's "Single All the Way" follows a man named Peter (Michael Urie) who convinces his best friend Nick (Philemon Chambers) to head home with him for the holidays to pose as a fake couple. However, things get a little tricky when Peter finds himself entangled in a potential love triangle.
Watch "Single All the Way" on Netflix now.
"To All the Boys I've Loved Before"
Whoa, whoa, whoa. You mean you haven't watched this a dozen times already? Netflix's breakout rom-com about a pair of teenagers who make a fake-relationship contract, only to fall in love for real.
Watch "To All the Boys I've Loved Before" on Netflix now.
"Sierra Burgess Is a Loser"
In a story so twisty it could only take place in high school, a witty band geek winds up in a texting romance with her popular secret crush — but he thinks he's texting the popular cheerleader. Mistaken identities and crossed wires abound until everything unravels en route to a happy ending.
Watch "Sierra Burgess Is a Loser" on Netflix now.
"The Kissing Booth"
A high school girl signs up to run a kissing booth at the Winter carnival, but gets way more than she bargained for. When she falls for her best friend's brother, a lopsided and complicated triangle emerges.
Watch "The Kissing Booth" on Netflix now.
"When We First Met"
Wouldn't everyone like a second chance at love? That's exactly what the hero of this movie gets. After losing his dream girl after just one night, he gets the chance to keep traveling back in time to try to improve himself and get things right.
Watch "When We First Met" on Netflix now.
"Always Be My Maybe"
Childhood best friends Sasha and Marcus reconnect after more than 15 years apart. Old wounds are reopened as they clash over their differing outlooks on life, but there's still a lot of love there.
Watch "Always Be My Maybe" on Netflix now.
Ellen, a high-powered and privileged heiress, is set to inherit her father's business. But there's one catch: she has to deliver a Christmas card to his former partner, who has moved to the small town of Snow Falls. When she gets snowed in, she finds herself learning about what really matters.
Watch "Christmas Inheritance" on Netflix now.
Starring Marlon Wayans and and Regina Hall, Naked revolves around a guy who can't seem to make it down the aisle to marry the girl of his dreams because he keeps waking up in a hotel elevator. Oh yeah, and he's also naked. It's basically Groundhog Day, but without clothes. We don't get it either.
Watch "Naked" on Netflix now.
Buried among the higher-profile teen rom-coms is this lesser-known flick, set in a high school debate club. When a quiet, working-class girl and her polished-and-pressed rival have to work together, they realize that they might have more common ground than anyone thought.
Watch "Candy Jar" on Netflix now.
A teen boy thinks he's got his love life all figured out, but that all goes out the window when he meets a handsome, intriguing stranger at a party.
Watch "Alex Strangelove" on Netflix now.
"A Christmas Prince"
2017's viral Christmas rom-com is the goofy tale of a reporter on a mission for a great story. When she goes to report on a dashing European prince about to take the throne, she winds up with a love story instead!
Watch "A Christmas Prince" on Netflix now.
When a young woman, Abbie, is diagnosed with terminal cancer, she decides to make it her mission to find a new lover for her best friend since childhood and fiancé, Sam. The cast is insanely good, including the beautiful Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Michiel Huisman, but unfortunately, this one can't seem to decide whether it's a black comedy or a tearjerker, so it just ends up being not much of anything.
Watch "Irreplaceable You" on Netflix now.
"The Perfect Date"
Noah Centineo further cements his status as Netflix's rom-com king with this sweet teen comedy about a high school senior who tries to finance his college dreams by creating an app where he sells his services as a plus-one for hire.
Watch "The Perfect Date" on Netflix now.
"Ibiza: Love Drunk"
Gillian Jacobs, Vanessa Bayer, and Phoebe Robinson play three best friends whose trip to Ibiza becomes a game to track down a popular DJ (played by "Game of Thrones" hottie Richard Madden). Sure, it may embrace every gross-out girl comedy cliché there is, but that doesn't mean it isn't still a good time (with a damn good soundtrack).
Watch "Ibiza: Love Drunk" on Netflix now.
"The Holiday Calendar"
It wouldn't be Christmastime without a hint of magic in rom-coms! In this one, a photographer inherits an Advent calendar that does more than countdown to Christmas: it seems to be able to predict her future, including an unexpected romance.
Watch "The Holiday Calendar" on Netflix now.
"The Princess Switch"
It's a double dose of Vanessa Hudgens in this "princess and the pauper" Christmas comedy. A duchess and a baker switch places for the holidays, discovering what's really important to them and both falling in love unexpectedly along the way.
Watch "The Princess Switch" on Netflix now.
While definitely created by adults who have never once used social media themselves, this millennial flick revolves around a nerdy high school girl named Dani who catches the eye of the hottest guy in school — as well as in competition with the school's Instagram-obsessed mean girl. While totally predictable, Nesta Cooper (who plays Dani) is too charming not to love, and Kate Walsh is fabulous as Dani's hopelessly romantic boss.
Watch "#RealityHigh" on Netflix now.
While we love our light and breezy romantic comedies, "Happy Anniversary" is a refreshing look at what happens after the meet-cute. Sam and Molly, like many who find themselves in long-term relationships, struggle to accept the idea that love isn't just grand, romantic gestures and passion — it's hard work, tears, and struggle, but still a lot of laughs. Also, Ben Schwartz and Noël Wells — who you may better known as Jean-Ralphio on "Parks and Recreation" and Rachel on "Master of None" — are actually perfect together.
Watch "Happy Anniversary" on Netflix now.
"The Incredible Jessica James"
Formerly a correspondent on "The Daily Show," Jessica Williams stars as a struggling playwright who reels over a bad breakup while falling for a charming divorced app developer. We're all for female leads who know just how awesome they are, and so as soon as Jessica says, "I'm tall, I'm pretty, I'm smart, I'm a cocoa queen," we knew she had us.
Watch "The Incredible Jessica James" on Netflix now.
"Our Souls at Night"
Believe it or not, rom-com protagonists don't have to be under the age of 30 to matter. Robert Redford and Jane Fonda star in this one as a widow and widower who have lived next door to each other for years, but who one day decide to alleviate their shared loneliness by sleeping together — and by "sleeping together," we mean just that: sharing a bed. Needless to say, the platonic element of their relationship doesn't last long.
Watch "Our Souls at Night" on Netflix now.
"Set It Up"
In a nod to classic romantic comedies, this Netflix original is about two demanding workaholics (played by Lucy Liu and Taye Diggs) who unwittingly bring together their overworked assistants (Zoey Deutch and Glen Powell) as they attempt to play matchmaker with their bosses. Deutch's and Powell's performances are so fun and flirty that they have even been compared to that of rom-com legends Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks
Watch "Set It Up" on Netflix now.
When a music journalist gets her dream job in San Francisco, her longtime boyfriend breaks up with her. To heal her broken heart, she and her two best friends hit the town in New York City for one last girls' night out.
Watch "Someone Great" on Netflix now.
You may not know the name Ava Michelle, but the vertically gifted dancer is taking on the title role in "Tall Girl." The comedy centers on the tallest girl in high school who finds her match with a Swedish exchange student (Luke Eisner). Steve Zahn, Angela Kinsey, and Sabrina Carpenter are all costarring.
Watch "Tall Girl" on Netflix now.
Based on the bestselling book by Julie Murphy, this flick follows an outspoken, curvy, Dolly Parton-obsessed teenager named Willowdean (played by Danielle Macdonald) as she navigates life under the rule of her overbearing pageant-queen mother (played by Jennifer Aniston) in a small town Texas. Willowdean decides to regain her confidence by entering the beauty pageant run by her mother, and though her insanely sweet romance with private school student Bo is secondary to the plot, it's still adorable enough to garner "Dumplin'" a place on this list.
Watch "Dumplin'" on Netflix now.
"To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You"
If you haven't watched this underrated Muslim rom-com yet, then do yourself a favor and watch it this weekend. "Ali's Wedding" tells the story of the titular Ali, a charismatic and musically-talented son of a cleric who is forced to choose between the woman he loves and the woman he's already been promised to at his father's mosque — while also trying to convince his dad that he's doing well enough in school to become a doctor (spoiler: he's not). You'd never think watching someone's life spiral out of control could be so fun.
Watch "Ali's Wedding" on Netflix now.
"The Knight Before Christmas"
A medieval knight is sent forward in time by a sorceress, but ends up crossing paths with Brooke, a clever, kind science teacher in "The Knight Before Christmas."
Watch "The Knight Before Christmas" on Netflix now.
"Let It Snow"
"Let It Snow" is adapted from the "New York Times" bestselling YA book and follows a group of high school friends whose Midwestern town is hit by a massive snowstorm on Christmas Eve, resulting in their friendships and love lives colliding.
Watch "Let It Snow" on Netflix now.
"Merry Happy Whatever"
In "Merry Happy Whatever," a Philadelphia father struggles to balance the stress of the holidays, but when his youngest daughter returns home with a new boyfriend in tow, he realizes it's going to be a more hectic celebration than usual.
Watch "Merry Happy Whatever" on Netflix now.
In "Holiday Rush," NYC-based radio DJ and widow Rush Williams loses his job right around Christmas, but his producer Roxy Richardson and Aunt Jo come up with a plan to help him.
Watch "Holiday Rush" on Netflix now.
"The Breaker Upperers"
A pair of best friends run a business together: for a fee, they'll figure out a way to break up any relationship. When one of them starts to doubt they're actually doing the right thing, everything starts to unravel.
Watch "The Breaker Upperers" on Netflix now.
Two young strangers, Ellie (Grace Van Patten) and Danny (Callum Turner), are pulled into two different shady deals in which they're supposed to swap briefcases with someone. However, a case of mistaken identity sets the two on the same track, and they must deal with the consequences of their inability to complete their jobs all while a romance develops.
Watch "Tramps" on Netflix now.
"A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby"
It's Christmastime in Aldovia, and a royal baby is on the way! Queen Amber (Rose McIver) and King Richard (Ben Lamb) prepare for their first child's arrival, which coincides with a pair of foreign dignitaries visiting their kingdom. But when the priceless treaty goes missing, peace is jeopardized and an ancient curse erupts. Uh-oh!
Watch "A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby" on Netflix now.
Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler team up to play a bored husband and wife who go on a long-awaited trip to Europe, only to have a chance meeting with a handsome stranger on the plane (Luke Evans) that leads the pair to an intimate family gathering on the yacht of aging billionaire Malcolm Quince (Terence Stamp). Though their surroundings are lavish, things soon take a turn when Quince turns up dead and everyone aboard the boat becomes a suspect in his murder.
Watch "Murder Mystery" on Netflix now.
"The Last Summer"
"Falling Inn Love"
Netflix's feel-good romance "Falling Inn Love" has everything you need in a cheesy rom-com: a punny title, a gorgeous setting, and a scenario built to make its leads fall in (sorry, inn) love against all odds. Singer and actress Christina Milian stars as Gabriela, a city girl who spontaneously enters a contest to "win an inn" — aka renovating the dilapidated Bellbird Valley Farm — after a breakup. Lo and behold, she's chosen! Which means she has to travel from her home in San Francisco to New Zealand, where the Bellbird is located. Luckily, with the help of a handsome contractor (Adam Demos), Gabriela fixes up not only the building but also her heart.
Watch "Falling Inn Love" on Netflix now.
"To All the Boys: Always and Forever"
In the third installment of the beloved "To All the Boys" franchise, Lara Jean (Lana Condor) and Peter (Noah Centineo) celebrate a lot of big milestones as they finish off their senior year of high school, but it's not without a few bumps in the road. While they plan on attending Stanford University together, things take a dramatic turn when Lara Jean finds out she wasn't accepted.
Watch "To All the Boys: Always and Forever" on Netflix now.
"Rich in Love"
Set in Brazil, this rom-com tells the story of a privileged young man who — while attempting to prove he can find success without his father's reputation — accidentally deceives a woman into believing he grew up poor, a lie that grows deeper as their relationship develops.
Watch "Rich in Love" on Netflix now.
This Brazilian rom-com follows a teen who doesn't believe in love after her parent's divorce until a pop star shows her what love really is.
Watch "DJ Cinderella" on Netflix now.
This Netflix rom-com stars '90s-movie royalty Rachael Leigh Cook and comedic genius Damon Wayans Jr. Their flick "Love, Guaranteed" follows Nick as he hires lawyer Susan to sue a dating site due to a lack of matches. Though Nick is attractive and charming — in a snarky self-assured kind of way — he's made it through 986 dates without finding love, which the dating app guarantees. Susan, who has been working cases pro bono and sorely needs the cash, takes on the case, even though she thinks Nick is an opportunist who's using a loophole to scam lifestyle guru Tamara Taylor for money.
Watch "Love, Guaranteed" on Netflix now.
"Christmas Wedding Planner"
Kelsey, a wedding planner who's about to make it big, faces problems when a private investigator is hired to look into her cousin's lavish holiday wedding that she is planning. Before she knows it, the wedding and her love life are about to undergo change.
Watch "Christmas Wedding Planner" on Netflix now.
"I Am Not an Easy Man"
This French comedy follows a chauvinist who wakes up in a world dominated by women — and is tested by a powerful female author.
Watch "I Am Not an Easy Man" on Netflix now.
"In Family I Trust"
Based on the novel by Laura Norton, this Spanish rom-com follows an architect who returns home to the comfort (and craziness) of her family after her longtime boyfriend cheats on her with a famous TV reporter.
Watch "In Family I Trust" on Netflix now.
In this Spanish rom-com, four sisters with very different personalities embark on a road trip together after their mother passes away (and after they learn that the man they always called dad is not, in fact, their real father).
Watch "Despite Everything" on Netflix now.
"Holiday in the Wild"
Starring Rob Lowe and Kristin Davis, this holiday rom-com tells the story of a woman who — abandoned by her husband the night before they're set to leave on an African safari — decides to travel to Cape Town alone, where she meets a superhot elephant conservationist.
Watch "Holiday in the Wild" on Netflix now.
"Como Caído Del Cielo"
This magical realist rom-com from Mexico isn't quite your typical biopic. Though centered on real-life Mexican film and music icon Pedro Infante, this movie tells the story of an Infante stuck in limbo between earth and heaven after dying due to his womanizing ways, and when he begs for another chance to make amends, he gets that chance — though he must do it through the body of an impersonator.
Watch "Como Caído Del Cielo" on Netflix now.
Emma Roberts and Luke Bracey star in this rom-com as two singles who hate the holidays and — after meeting on one particularly terrible Christmas — vow to accompany each other to every festive occasion calling for a date throughout the next year.
Watch "Holidate" on Netflix now.
"Love Wedding Repeat"
In this English-language remake of French wedding rom-com "Plan de Table," a man (played by Sam Claflin) finds himself struggling to give his little sister the perfect wedding day while he also deals with an angry ex-girlfriend, an uninvited guest, and an unexpected reunion with his dream girl (played by Olivia Munn).
Watch "Love Wedding Repeat" on Netflix now.
"Fun Mom Dinner"
Starring Katie Aselton, Toni Collette, Bridget Everett, and Molly Shannon, this fun romp revolves around four moms with preschool-aged kids who decide they're in desperate need of a mommies' night out. However, what starts off as a polite dinner becomes something very different once alcohol, karaoke, and a cute bartender are added to the mix.
Watch "Fun Mom Dinner" on Netflix now.
"Nappily Ever After"
Violet Jones (Sanaa Lathan) seems to have it all together until she hits a snag in her love life. After giving herself a dramatic makeover, she slowly begins to rediscover herself and what is truly important in life.
Watch "Nappily Ever After" on Netflix now.
"The Fundamentals of Caring"
A writer suffering from writer's block after a personal loss winds up as the caregiver for a sarcastic teenage boy with muscular dystrophy. When they set out on a road trip, picking up a couple of new friends along the way, they wind up learning a lot more about each other and finding new things to look forward to in life.
Watch "The Fundamentals of Caring" on Netflix now.
Amy Poehler produced, directed, and stars in this raunchy comedy alongside the dream cast of Maya Rudolph, Rachel Dratch, Ana Gasteyer, Paula Pell, Emily Spivey, and Tina Fey as a group of gal pals celebrating one of the friend's 50th birthday in California's wine country.
Watch "Wine Country" on Netflix now.
"Ready to Mingle"
What happens when the man you planned on marrying breaks up with you? You take a class with a bunch of other single women who want to learn how to snag a man, of course, which is exactly what happens in this Mexican comedy.
Watch "Ready to Mingle" on Netflix now.
After a failed wedding, Kelsey Grammer (Kristen Bell) takes her estranged father on her honeymoon cruise through the Caribbean.
Watch "Like Father" on Netflix now.
"The Week Of"
Comedy legends Chris Rock and Adam Sandler double down in this feel-good Netflix flick about two loving fathers who frantically prepare in the week of their children's wedding. While they don't agree on everything, a series of mishaps forces them to work together.
Watch "The Week Of" on Netflix now.
A serial monogamist, Dineo hates being single. After a messy breakup with her boyfriend, her best friend encourages her to live her best single life.
Watch "Seriously Single" on Netflix now.
"The Kissing Booth 2"
In the sequel to "The Kissing Booth," Elle starts her senior year of high school as Noah begins his first year at Harvard. When she's introduced to a cute new classmate, her feelings start to change as her relationship with Noah is on the rocks. From choosing between colleges, boys, and best friends, Elle tries to navigate it all while keeping her heart from getting broken.
Watch "The Kissing Booth 2" on Netflix now.
"The Kissing Booth 3"
In the final Kissing Booth installment, Elle plans out an epic summer bucket list with Lee to make the most of their final summer together before college starts, but the time off doesn't turn out exactly how she'd planned.
Watch "The Kissing Booth 3" on Netflix now.
"The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society"
Craving a complicated romance in a small town? This literary adaptation is for you! Set in the aftermath of World War II in a small island community, the movie tells the story of a young author who corresponds with one of the residents and eventually goes to visit. When she arrives, she slowly uncovers a series of devastating secrets about the events on the island during the war.
Watch "The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society" on Netflix now.
"The Wrong Missy"
What happens when you go on dates with two different women named Missy? Sometimes that means you end up texting the wrong one to come on a company vacation with you, but it turns out for the best anyway.
Watch "The Wrong Missy" on Netflix now.
After Wes sends an email to a guy she hooked up with, she quickly regrets it and the only way to (hopefully!) fix things is to fly to Mexico with her best friends to stop him from reading it.
Watch "Desperados" on Netflix now.
"All the Bright Places"
This teen drama is based on a popular YA novel, which follows two teens struggling with mental illness who fall into each other's orbits and make a pact to see as many beautiful things as they can. It's emotionally intense and a definite tearjerker!
Watch "All the Bright Places" on Netflix now.
A couple isn't sure if their relationship is going to survive — and then they have to worry if they're going to survive at all after accidentally getting sucked into a murder mystery. As they try to navigate the bizarre web of lies and clear their names, they also come to a realization about the future of their relationship.
Watch "The Lovebirds" on Netflix now.
"The Half of It"
Smart and shy Ellie agrees to write love letters to a popular jock's love interest for money. She soon finds herself falling for his crush and must figure out who means more to her.
Watch "The Half of It" on Netflix now.
"Under the Riccione Sun"
In this Italian rom-com, a group of teens hang out, hook up, and form bonds while spending their summer vacations on the beaches of Riccione on Italy's Adriatic coast.
Watch "Under the Riccione Sun" on Netflix now.
"He's All That"
This modern take on the 1999 teen rom-com "She's All That" follows an influencer's quest to transform her nerdish peer into prom king.
Watch "He's All That" on Netflix now.
"Just Say Yes"
This Dutch rom-com follows the story of Lotte, a hopeless romantic who finds her life upended when her dreams of the perfect wedding unravel as her selfish sister gets engaged.
Watch "Just Say Yes" on Netflix now.
"Long Story Short"
A notorious procrastinator, Teddy wakes up the morning after his wedding to discover that he jumps to the next year of his life every few minutes. He endeavors to make every second count to win back his true love in this fantasy rom-com.
Watch "Long Story Short" on Netflix now.
"Good on Paper"
After years of disregarding her love life for a career, life seems to favor stand-up comic Andrea Singer as she meets the seemingly perfect guy. He checks all the boxes, but her friend is convinced everything is not as it seems.
Watch "Good on Paper" on Netflix now.
"The Princess Switch: Switched Again"
Vanessa Hudgens stars as three women in this Christmas rom-com. When Duchess Margaret's coronation gets in the way of her love life, her double Stacy comes to the rescue. Wait, there's another look-alike?
Watch "The Princess Switch: Switched Again" on Netflix to find out!
"Love in the Villa"
A vacation rental mishap leaves Julie (Kat Graham) stuck sharing a beautiful Italian villa with Charlie (Tom Hopper) while both are visiting from overseas. The classic enemies to lovers trope will have you hooked.
Watch "Love in the Villa" on Netflix now.
"New in Town"
Miami consultant Lucy (Renée Zellweger) is sent to restructure a company in chilly Minnesota. Initially a fish out of water, Lucy soon makes nice with a local named Ted (Harry Connick Jr.).
Watch "New in Town" on Netflix now.
"Resort to Love"
Erica (Christina Milian) realizes her gig as a resort entertainer will soon have her performing at her ex's wedding. The only thing making the uncomfortable scenario better? The groom's handsome brother.
Watch "Resort to Love" on Netflix now.
"The Wedding Year"
Mara (Sarah Hyland) and her boyfriend Jake (Tyler James Williams) are grappling with their own relationship status when they're put to the ultimate test: attending seven weddings in one year.
Watch "The Wedding Year" on Netflix now.