Best new Romance TV Shows (2017 overview - TV & Netflix)
We know romcoms from cinema, but we should not forget about the romance genre on television. In many ways they are more rewarding, as with most real relationships, love is something that grows and gets stronger over time. A movie has only 1,5 hours whereas series can take hours and hours to build a convincing love story. We have made a selection of the smarter ones, instead of the cheap melodrama's, and found some very interesting takes on love and relationships.
The Vore's TV staff selects the top best romance TV series of 2017 on TV, DVD or Netflix. Are Adam Horowitz, Edward Kitsis & Ronald D. Moore our new Romance genre creators?
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Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison & Lana Parrilla
Trending TV Series
The Last man on Earth, Outlander & Once Upon a Time
2017 releases - most anticipated titles to watch
I love Dick ( | Amazon)
Not officially confirmed, but appears to come out at the end of 2017. Based on the TV movie (which was based on the novel) about a a filmmaker who moves to a little college town in Texas to join her Husband who got a job there, and falls in love with an charismatic professor Dick. But that's not all. Her husband also develops a thing for Dick.
Another Fresh in Hollywood story about a regular college students who gets a huge break when she lands a role in a Hollywood blockbusters. There will be some flings with 2 co-stars, and she will investigate the disappearance of a pop star. We don't know if it will be good, but it is getting the most buzz in the romance tv genre right now. Teenagers are digging it.
Bella Thorne, Charlie DePew, Keith Powers & Carter Jenkins
Best romance TV series on Netflix or DVD in 2017 & 2016
Best romance TV series out on DVD, Bluray or VOD (Netflix, Amazon).
Love (Since 19-2-2016 , Season: 2 - Netflix)
When they are both at the lowest point in their life, single and frustrated, A nerdy stereotypical jewish tutor and an attractive, rampant blond young woman played by Gillian Jacobs meet each other. A very fun, honest and well written show written and directed by Judd Apatow who usually makes romance features films along the lines of very similar themes.
Outlander’s synopsis is not a common one for a romantic sci-fi series. After World-War II, a combat nurse is mysteriously warped back in time and finds herself surrounded by Scottish warriors in the year 1743. She is forced to marry one of them, after which a passionate relationship comes into being.
Outlander is surprisingly entertaining, for various reasons. One would be the beautiful Caitriona Balfe. The show is sexual, touching, fairly thrilling and does right to it’s historical context. Downton Abbey meets Braveheart, in a way.