Valentine's Day TV Guide: What To Watch If You're Spending February 14 At Home

Valentine's Day can be spent any number of ways, with a date, a city break, or even just at home on the couch.

If the latter is your preferred choice for February 14 then fear not because there are plenty of romantic shows on the TV, both old and new, to get you into the spirit of the holiday.

From Prime Video to HBO Max, Netflix to anime streaming platforms Funimation and Crunchyroll, whatever your preferred choice of show there's something on offer for everyone.

Both seasons of Phoebe Waller-Bridge's modern classic Fleabag, which follows the love life of its eponymous character, is ready to binge on Valentine's Day on Prime Video, for example.

No doubt Andrew Scott's Priest, who appears in the show's second season, will likely be just as swoon-worthy on February 14 as he was the first time the show was released.

Netflix has many romantic comedies to watch as well, such as Emily in Paris starring Lily Collins as its eponymous character, and coming-of-age drama Never Have I Ever.

Emily in Paris follows Collins' character as she tries to navigate a new life, and new loves, in the French capital, while high school drama Never Have I Ever sees Devi (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan) try to choose between two guys, Ben (Jaren Lewison) and Paxton (Darren Barnet).

Hulu also has some excellent romantic shows to enjoy on Valentine's Day, including Zoë Kravitz's High Fidelity, and The Mindy Project which was created and stars Mindy Kaling.

If you're looking for a classic romantic comedy then look no further than HBO Max, which has the likes of Sex and the City, Gossip Girl, and The O.C. to be enjoyed on February 14.

If anime is more your thing then Crunchyroll and Funimation have dozens of romantic shows available to stream right now, including the classic epic adventure Fushigi Yugi.

The iconic series, which originally aired from 1995 to 2002, followed young girls Miaka Yuuki and Yui Hongo as they were transported from Tokyo to the Universe of the Four Gods.

There they are crowned priestesses and find themselves both vying for the love of a handsome warrior named Tamahome.

For something slightly more modern, but equally magical, there is Kamisama Kiss which follows a young girl named Nanami Momozono who inherits the powers of the Earth Deity and begins to fall in love with her fox-spirit familiar Tomoe.

Fruits Basket, the world-renowned manga by Natsuki Takaya, was also given a revamped anime series that adapts the original in full, and it is available on both Crunchyroll and Funimation.

Here are just some of the romantic TV shows available to enjoy this Valentine's Day:

Prime Video

  • Fleabag
  • Modern Love
  • The Pursuit of Love
  • Catastrophe
  • Jane the Virgin


  • Feel Good
  • Dash and Lily
  • Emily in Paris
  • Lovesick
  • Never Have I Ever


  • High Fidelity
  • Love, Victor
  • Dawson's Creek
  • The Mindy Project
  • Normal People


  • Sex and the City
  • Gossip Girl
  • Love Life
  • The O.C.
  • Pushing Daisies


  • Fruits Basket
  • Kamisama Kiss
  • Your Lie in April
  • Horimiya
  • Kaguya-Sama: Love Is War


  • Boys Over Flowers
  • Fushigi Yugi
  • Kimi ni Todoke (From Me To You)
  • Hakuoki (Demon of the Fleeting Blossom)
  • Cardcaptor Sakura
Valentine's Day TV Shows
Lily Collins in "Emily in Paris", Phoebe Waller-Bridge in "Fleabag", and Zoe Kravitz and Kingsley Ben-Adir in "High Fidelity". These are just some of the shows available to binge on Valentine's Day. Netflix/Amazon Prime Video/Hulu