Parks and Recreation’s Leslie Knope a.k.a. the inventor of Galentine’s Day once said, “February 13th is about celebrating lady friends.”
Using shows about female friendships that TV Time users love, we paired old shows with new shows to help you find your next great binge!
Set in New York City? ✅ Created by Darren Star? ✅ Patricia Field serving as show stylist? ✅ Liza (Sutton Foster) struggles to re-enter the working world at the age of 40. However, passing herself off as 26 leads her to a new job in publishing, new friends, and a newfound confidence.
Navigating their career goals and relationships, Kat, Sutton, and Jane are never afraid to be brutally honest with one another and are always there to celebrate each other’s strengths and triumphs.
This FX drama dives into the gender-nonconforming ball culture scene during the 1980’s and early ‘90s. Come for the eleganza, stay for the queer stories and chosen family.
A group of mothers come together to keep a major secret in their California beach town. With dramatic costume parties, nosey townspeople, and memeable moments ... It’s basically a “grown-up” version of PLL!
See the “Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling” in all their glory: ‘80s leotards, big hair, and girl power. The dramedy revolves around a diverse group of women who perform together in a local wrestling organization while tackling stereotypes, broken relationships, and working in show business.
After getting dumped by her longtime boyfriend, Jules (Kat Dennings) is on a mission to rekindle her female friendships. With a literal cat lady and an homage to The Wizard of Oz, the Hulu series takes you on a surreal journey as Jules struggles to find her own identity.
They may not be involved in as many relationships as Mistresses, but Jen and Judy form a powerful friendship/frienemy-ship through group therapy. However, a huge secret causes a major plot twist and creates a rift between the pair …
Callie and Mariana (of The Fosters) start their young adult lives in a brand-new city. While living in a communal apartment building, they begin to weave their lives with their neighbors as they push towards their career goals.
Navigating your teen years in Northern Ireland may seem pretty different than the “mature” women of The Golden Girls, but the quips and insults are just as laugh-out-loud hilarious.
NBC’s Good Girls delivers as three suburban mothers decide to stop playing safe, and risk everything by robbing a supermarket to take back their power.
In this spin-off, Zoey Johnson is moving away to college. She and her new friends face current student issues and more often than not -- learn things the hard way ... And yes, the show features a few black-ish cameos!
Anna Faris and Allison Janney star as a mother/daughter duo who are both recovering addicts. The CBS series brings a lot of heart and laughs while covering tough issues, such as death and abuse.
Former rivals and total opposites, Grace and Frankie, become housemates after their husbands leave them to marry each other. As the pair tries to cope, they form a unique family dynamic and unlikely friendship.