6 Netflix Original Romcoms to Watch This Valentine’s Day

Looking for a great watch for Valentine? Netflix is here with its romcom originals to make your day!

6 Netflix Original Romcoms to Watch This Valentine’s Day


  • Netflix has an extensive content library of its originals.
  • This Valentine's Day, tune into Netflix to stream some of its best Romantic Comedies!
  • From Kissing Booth to Love at First Sight, Netflix is full of movies that deserve your attention.
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Forget the fancy dinners and crowded restaurants, love is in the air, and this Valentine’s Day, Netflix is streaming it straight into your living room! Whether you’re coupled up or flying solo, grab your comfiest blanket because Netflix is here to make February 14th special.

Haley Lu Richardson and Ben Hardy in Netflix's Love at First Sight
A still from Netflix’s Love at First Sight

Netflix is serving a table of great romantic comedies, ready to tickle your funny bone or melt your heart (or both!). These are some of the greatest romcoms on the app and, interestingly, belong to Netflix’s original content library.

#6. The Kissing Booth (2018)

Joey King and Joel Courtney in Netflix's The Kissing Booth
A still from Netflix’s The Kissing Booth

The Kissing Booth is a Netflix-original teen romantic comedy released on May 11, 2018. Little did Netflix know, they’d stumbled upon a gem that would blossom into a full-blown trilogy! Joey King is the protagonist who has had a crush on her best friend’s brother for years.


Fate (and a carnival fundraiser) throws them together at the school’s kissing booth, sparking a romance filled with butterflies, laughter, and maybe a few bumps along the way. If you’re looking for a lighthearted, feel-good watch with a swoon-worthy romance, The Kissing Booth is the perfect pick.

#5. Always Be My Maybe (2019)

Ali Wong And Randall Park in Netflix's Always Be My Maybe
A still from Netflix’s Always Be My Maybe

Remember teenage sweethearts with unresolved feelings. That’s exactly what Always Be My Maybe brought to the table. Co-written and starring the comedic powerhouses Randall Park and Ali Wong, this rom-com takes childhood friends Sasha and Marcus on a whirlwind reunion after 16 years. There’s just one teeny, tiny hitch: they’re both in other relationships. Cue the hilarious awkwardness, heartwarming reminiscing, and a cameo by Keanu Reeves, you get a perfect Romcom.

#4. The Incredible Jessica James (2017)

Jessica Williams as Jessica James in Netflix's The Incredible Jessica James
Jessica Williams in The Incredible Jessica James

The Incredible Jessica James is one of the first original romantic comedies on Netflix. Almost seven years later, the movie still stands as a good watch for fans. Fresh off a break-up and drowning in rejection letters, the life of Jessica James sounds really depressing. But she is not called Incredible for no reason. Amidst Tinder disasters and meltdowns, she finds Boone, a recently divorced man who has his own tragic story to tell. Their hilarious tragedies are what makes The Incredible Jessica James a good watch.


#4. Set It Up (2018)

Zoey Deutch and Glen Powell in Netflix's Set It Up
A still from Netflix’s Set It Up

Set It Up was released by Netflix in 2018 and it revolves around, well, setting up love. Two overloaded assistants, Harper and Charlie, plan to match their fussy and workaholic bosses, in the hope of some free time for themselves. In a bid to pair their bosses, can the two hold on to their butterflies? Set It Up has a great story to tell and the director Claire Scanlon does justice to such a hilarious plot.

#2. Love at First Sight (2023)

Haley Lu Richardson and Ben Hardy in Netflix's Love at First Sight
A still from Netflix’s Love at First Sight

Haley Lu Richardson and Ben Hardy star as Hadley Sullivan and Oliver Jones in 2023’s Love at First Sight. Hadley misses her flight to London and then meets British student Oliver in the next one. As the name of the movie suggests, they fall in love at pretty much the first sight.

They spend the flight falling in love. But fate has other plans. They land, they lose touch, and bam! Just like a lost boarding pass, love seems to have vanished. Can Hadley navigate London’s charming chaos to reconnect with her love? Watch the Netflix original to find out.


#1. To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before (2018)

Lana Condor and Noah Centineo in Netflix's To All the Boys I've Loved Before
A still from To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before

While one may fantasize about their secret admirers, it may turn into a nightmare when everyone knows who your deepest crushes are! Lara Jean keeps her crushes locked away in love letters she never sends. What if those private confessions become public properties? To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before is nothing short of a ride and was too good, that it spawned a trilogy. From the idea to execution, everything has been done very well.


Written by Piyush Yadav

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Piyush Yadav is a young and cheerful writer from India. Wrestling, Movies, TV and Gaming - He loves all things entertainment. From WWE matchups to the Hollywood news, he has been exploring these worlds for more than two years to create informative and engaging content. Balancing his passion for writing with his pursuits of Chartered Accountancy, Yadav aims to provide a fun read to a wider audience.