Remember my big roundup of best breakup movies to soothe your poor broken heart? It’s time to dive down the boob tube rabbit hole to find the most bingeable breakup TV shows. Most can be found on streaming services like Netflix or Amazon Prime, so they’re sometimes way easier to find than movies.
Bingeable breakup TV shows
Love is nice, but when you’ve got friends like this crew, who needs it? It’ll remind you that there’s good in everyone.
The comedy will boost you and the friendship will be a balm to your Millennial-loving soul.
The whole world is waiting for you now that you’re out of that bunker of love. Go find your new Titus-style BFF.
This Aussie import will totally distract you with tales of sexuality, friendship, and depression.
If you’re boycotting Aziz, I totally get it. Move right past this one to greener pastures. But if you’re staying for Lena Waithe, read on. Master of None has awesome layered characters and plotlines that channel real life. It’ll remind you that life doesn’t get wrapped up in a bow easily.
Locked up with no (er, very few) men, loads of drama, and major diverse lady crew power. Get lost in the back stories.
The name belies the humor of this life up-ending musical comedy that is totally worth a look.
This British teen import is a super fave of mine for its ’90s-nostalgia-wrapped-in-reality look at teenage life. Plus, the soundtrack is what dreams are made of.
Watch or re-watch for the powerful women and eye candy alone. Anything that transports you to another world is good right about now.
It can’t be any worse than high school drama in the 1980s, can it? Nope. This is the realness right here. And so so good.
Get lost in Shondaland with this political thriller that will totally immerse you.
It could be worse, y’all. You could be trying to find love in all the wrong places while your sister Mary steals all the eligible dudes. And you can’t even vote yet! Life in the ’20s and ’30s ain’t easy.
Yeah, these ladies are still getting some in their 50s, but it’s really all about the friendship and cheesecake. #squadgoals
Their husbands have left them for each other. But that’s never the end of it. Find your inner strength like these two do.
Carrie alone had over 25 dates, boyfriends, and hookups before finding her pretty much final dude. You can relive each one knowing your road will likely be easier.
This HBO drama is the best reminder that at least your life isn’t THAT complicated. Like mob boss-style religious leaders complicated. Or three wives and eight kids in a religious marriage complicated. Or maybe it is and it’s totally relatable? Either way, engrossing AF.