Modern love is an Amazon series that is based on essays from a New York Times column with the same name. The entire first season dropped on 18th October, and it has become a major it. Modern Love navigates around human relationships and the connections we make with people in our lives. The series was written and directed by the author of the New York Times column, John Carney.

Season 1 featured a star-studded cast including, Anne Hathaway, Catherine Keener, Cristin Milioti, Brandon Victor Dixon, Andy Garcia, and Shea Whigham. The show is very diverse, with each episode focusing on a certain couple or a certain human connection. For instance, episode 1 focused on the connections that single women have with the doormen in their lives.

The series discusses the modern love issues that we love to avoid, and it makes for an emotional watch. Anna Hathaway starred in the third episode as a bipolar woman. The episode explored how her condition impacted o her love life. The series set out to shed light on the trials of modern love, and it did so with aplomb. The success of season 1 prompted a renewal for season 2.

Will Modern Love come to Netflix?

Season 2 of Modern Love is set to debut some time in 2020. The series is produced by Storied Media Group, Amazon Studios, Likely Story, and the New York Times. Season 1 is currently available on Amazon Prime Video.

Being an Amazon original series, it is highly unlikely that Modern Love will come to Netflix. In addition, the writer and the producer of the show, John Carney, signed a deal with Amazon to keep Modern Love on Amazon.

Similar shows on Netflix

Luckily for you, there are many shows on Netflix that focus on love and human connection.

LoveLove follows the lives of a deeply flawed couple trying to make a relationship work. The main issue that stands in their way is the emotional baggage that each of them carries. Ultimately, the couple manages to solve their issues, and they manage to build a successful relationship.

LovesickLovesick starts with a young man finding out that he has chlamydia. The man sets out on a mission to inform every sexual partner he has been with about his condition. Over time, the show evolves into a story about an in-love couple that never seems to get the timing right.