5 TV Shows You Should Check Out After Netflix’s “One Day”

Mandy Moore and Milo Ventimiglia in
Mandy Moore and Milo Ventimiglia in "This Is Us"

One Day created more buzz than any Netflix series in recent months, and we’re still not over Emma and Dexter’s amazing love story. If you’re in the mood to check out more series about amazing romances transcending time and space, it’s time to add these five to your watch list!

Normal People

One Day most likely left you in a puddle of tears, and Normal People will do the same. Marianne and Connell went through many ups and downs in the adaptation of Sally Rooney’s hit novel and managed to find their way back to each other throughout it all.


If you’re a sucker for slow-burn romance, make sure to check out the British series Lovesick. It centers on Dylan, a hopeless romantic who must contact all his past lovers after being diagnosed with an STD.

Modern Love

Based on The New York Times’ hit weekly column, this anthology series explored love in its multitude of forms by centering on a group of diverse characters trying to find love in New York City.

This Is Us

Unlike One Day, This Is Us centered on not one but many different couples over its run, and it sees their relationships evolve over several timelines.

Alice & Jack

Another recently released show that’s strikingly similar to One Day, this series stars Andrea Riseborough and Domhnall Gleeson as two imperfect people being brought together by faith, time and time again, over 16 years.