20 Best Shows Like Big Love That You Should Watching Update 07/2024

Shows Like Big Love

1. Married (2014)

30-minute comedy explores what it’s like to be hopelessly in love with someone. Every once in a while, Lina and Russ Bowman are reminded of what attracted them together in the first place: they’re best friends. They can scarcely remember life before children, debt, and suburbia rained down on their romance. Friends AJ, newly divorced, pretending to be over his ex-wife, and Jess, who is married to a much older man who can’t keep up with her are also featured in the episode.

2. Togetherness (2015)

Togetherness (2015)

To keep their relationships and their different ambitions alive for four people nearing 40, living together in the same house, is difficult.

3. Mom (2013)

On the other hand, a heartfelt and honest depiction of familial love and turmoil. A world full of temptations and traps confronts newly sober single mom Christy as she tries to raise her two children. With her mother back in her life and willing to give passive-aggressive insights into Christy’s many faults as a sobriety test, Christy’s sobriety is being tested.

4. Switched at Birth (2011)

Switched at Birth (2011)

This is the story of two adolescent girls who find out that they were unintentionally swapped as neonates in the hospital. Both Bay Kennish and Daphne Vasquez were born into wealthy families, but Daphne, who lost her hearing due to meningitis as a child, was raised by a single mother in a working-class neighborhood. When the two families finally meet, things take a dramatic turn for the better for the sake of the children.

5. Shameless (2011)

Frank Gallagher is the proud single father of six intelligent, hardworking, and self-reliant children who would be better off without him. As a result, when Frank isn’t at the bar, he is passed out on the floor. The kids, on the other hand, have grown up despite him. Because they’re not like any other family, they don’t make any apologies for who they are.

6. Desperate Housewives (2004)

When it comes to American television comedy-drama-mystery series Desperate Housewives, Marc Cherry is the man behind the wheel. From October 3, 2004, through May 13, 2012, it aired Sundays at 9 p.m. Eastern/8 p.m. Central on ABC. Cherry, the show’s executive producer, served as showrunner. Other executive producers since the fourth season include Bob Daily, George W. Perkins John Pardee Joey Murphy David Grossman and Larry Shaw.. Wisteria Lane, a fictional street in the American town of ‘Fairview’ in the mythical ‘Eagle State’, was the show’s primary setting. It was a sitcom about the lives of a group of ladies as seen through the eyes of a dead neighbor who committed suicide in the very first episode of the season. Over the course of eight seasons, the storyline covers thirteen years of the women’s life, spanning the years 2004–2008 and 2013–2017. It wasn’t easy, but they persevered through domestic difficulties and family life while confronting the mysteries and secrets lurking behind the doors of this lovely and seemingly idyllic suburban community. Teri Hatcher as Susan Mayer, Felicity Huffman as Lynette Scavo, Marcia Cross as Bree Van de Kamp, and Eva Longoria as Gabrielle Solis rounded out the group. Throughout the show, Brenda Strong played Mary Alice Young, a fictional character who was killed off in the first season and reappeared in flashbacks and dreams.

7. Underemployed (2012)

Underemployed (2012)

After graduation, a group of five friends struggle to cope with the hard realities of daily life.

8. Forever (2018)

When June and Oscar unexpectedly find themselves in a completely unexpected scenario, it raises issues about the nature of marriage and love.

9. Garfunkel and Oates (2014)

Riki Lindhome and Kate Micucci, a comedy/folk duet, have a scripted show on IFC. As they struggle to make their mark in comedy, these underdogs find themselves in the midst of sticky relationship situations, and they do it by belting out one satirical song after another. The ukulele and guitar-wielding twosome sing about life’s unspoken truths, despite the fact that it leaves them isolated from their peers. Inspired by “two renowned rock and roll second bananas,” Art Garfunkel and John Oates, the show takes its name from the band name of Linda Homemaker and Mike Micucci.

10. Big Little Lies (2017)

Big Little Lies (2017)

Three first-grade mothers’ seemingly ideal lives crumble to the point of murder in Big Little Lies, a subversive, darkly humorous film.

11. The Flintstones (1960)

The misadventures of two Stone Age families, the Flintstones and the Rubbles, in the modern world.

12. The Morning Show (2019)

The Morning Show (2019)

Behind-the-scenes look at the lives of the men and women who are responsible for waking the nation up every day, and the particular obstacles they encounter.

13. Black Jesus (2014)

Jesus is shown in a television show as a modern-day Compton, CA resident on a daily quest to preach love and charity throughout the community.

14. See Dad Run (2012)

The story of David Hobbs, who has been playing the perfect father on one of the most popular sitcoms on television for the past decade. Having to take care of three kids who have grown accustomed to not having their dad around becomes his most difficult task yet when the show ends and his wife returns to her own television career. David soon discovers that portraying a father on television is a piece of cake compared to actually being a father.

15. George Lopez (2002)

George Lopez (2002)

George Lopez is the star of an American sitcom called George Lopez, which airs on ABC. From March 27, 2002 through May 8, 2007, the show aired on ABC.

16. Halt and Catch Fire (2014)

Is about a fictional visionary who challenges the corporate behemoths of the early 1980s through his inventions. While documenting the changing culture of Texas’ Silicon Prairie, their emotional and professional collaboration will be tested by avarice and ego.

17. One Big Happy (2015)

One Big Happy (2015)

Friend and ally There is an unspoken bond between Lizzy (who is gay) and Luke (who is straight and a lot more laid back). When their parents divorced when they were children, they vowed to support each other and have done so ever since. They’ve decided to start a family of their own now that they’re adults and still unmarried. Non-romantic, doctor’s-office baby-making, not like that (there are certain lines even they won’t cross). In the aftermath of a third unsuccessful attempt at conceiving, the two go out for a drink. Prudence, a free-spirited British girl who is due to return to England in a matter of days, is where Luke first meets her. They spend every waking moment together. Lizzy doesn’t like it, but Luke has an instant connection with Prudence waltzing around their flat naked… and they spend every waking moment together. When Lizzy realizes she is pregnant, Luke announces that he and Prudence have tied the knot! Ta-da! There is a new kind of family on the block.

18. THEM (2021)

An anthology series that focuses on terrorism in the United States.

19. Wendell & Vinnie (2013)

Wendell & Vinnie (2013)

When Vinnie Bassett isn’t working, he spends his free time reading comic books and playing video games. Wendell, his nephew, is so educated and mature that his bachelor life comes to an abrupt halt when he assumes care of him. Wendell, a 12-year-old boy, may be exactly what Vinnie needs as a father figure.

20. Modern Family (2009)

One of my favorite families is the one made up of Pritchett-Dunphy-Tucker. We get a glimpse inside the modern family’s sometimes warm, other times tortured embrace.