1. Good Girls (2018)
With their lives in shambles, three suburban wives and mothers who pride themselves on being “good girls” are forced to stop playing it safe and put everything on the line to reclaim their authority.
2. Battle Creek (2015)
This buddy cop dramedy stars an incredibly handsome FBI agent who is always up for a good time, and a down-on-his-luck Michigan homicide detective. As they work together to solve crimes, their distaste for each other grows even stronger despite their diametrically opposed approaches.
3. I Didn’t Do It (2014)
Twins Lindy and Logan Watson, who are fiercely competitive, deal with the challenges of high school with the help of their four closest friends. After a comedic “what just happened?” situation, Lindy and Logan each tell their own version of an event or predicament that transpired during the previous episode(s). The show makes use of flashback sequences to tell the stories of the two brothers and their sister.
4. Awkward. (2011)
a satirical look at adolescence through the eyes of 15-year-old Jenna Hamilton, whose life is turned upside down by an accident that turns into a massive misunderstanding. Jenna’s blog posts are written in the first-person voice, which brings out the humor in the hardships and experiences that all children go through during their formative years.
5. Divorce (2016)
A divorce takes a long time because of the complexities involved.
6. Barry (2018)
Following his move to Los Angeles from the Midwest, a hit man becomes involved in the city’s theatre scene.
7. HAPPYish (2015)
Upon the arrival of his 25-year-old “wunderkind” boss, Thom Payne’s 44-year-old world is thrown into disarray, saying things like “digital,” “social,” and “viral.” Has his “joy ceiling” fallen, or does he require a “rebranding”? Is it possible that trying to find happiness is a fruitless endeavor? After all, the bar for happiness is pretty high. Maybe the most anyone can hope for in such a crazy world is to be happyish.
8. Katy Keene (2020)
New York City’s aspiring artists form a collective to help them achieve their goals.
9. Emily Owens, M.D (2012)
Jennie Snyder Urman created the television series Emily Owens, M.D., a medical drama in the United States. The CW broadcast it on May 11th, 2012 It debuted on The CW on October 16, 2012, at 9:00 p.m. Eastern/8:00 p.m. Central, and ran for eight weeks. The CW announced the cancellation of the show on November 28th, 2012. There were a total of thirteen episodes, with the last one airing on February 5, 2013.
10. Brockmire (2017)
After learning of his beloved wife’s serial infidelity, a well-known major league baseball announcer has an embarrassing and very public breakdown live on the air, and he decides to reclaim his career and love life in a small town a decade later.
11. Alexa & Katie (2018)
Best friends for the rest of my life They can’t wait for their first year of high school to begin, and so can Alexa and Katie. While fitting in seems to matter most, the friends face a crisis that makes them feel like outsiders.
12. The Big C (2010)
A suburban mother is confronted with a cancer diagnosis while also attempting to find humor and happiness.
13. 68 Whiskey (2020)
“The Orphanage” is the code name for a forward operating base in Afghanistan where a multicultural team of Army medics is stationed. Together, they face a perilous and Kafkaesque world where self-destructive appetites, outlandish behavior, intense camaraderie, and a profound sense of purpose all coexist.
14. Harry’s Law (2011)
Three people who should not be able to be more different come together and discover that their only thing in common is the desire for a new beginning. People from all walks of life are opening a law practice in an abandoned shoe store.
15. Heathers (2018)
Unfunny anthology of short stories featuring Veronica Sawyer as she faces off against the Heathers in the present day. Inspired by the cult classic film of the same name from 1988.
16. Girl Meets World (2014)
Riley Matthews, Cory and Topanga Matthews’ tween daughter, and her fearless best friend Maya navigate the ups and downs of adolescence at Manhattan’s John Quincy Adams Middle School, where Riley’s father is their history teacher. Riley is relatable and adventurous.
17. Amazing Stories (2020)
Imaginative filmmakers, directors, and writers take the audience on a journey around the world with each episode. Steven Spielberg’s original anthology series gets a makeover.
18. Bonding (2019)
A graduate student in New York City moonlights as a dominatrix and enlists the help of her gay high school BFF.
19. Claws (2017)
See what happens in the lives and crimes of five different and cunning manicurists who work at the Nail Artisan of Manatee County salon where there is a lot more going on than silk wraps and pedicures.
20. BH90210 (2019)
The cast of Beverly Hills, 90210, who have been apart since the original series ended 19 years ago, reunites when someone suggests that it’s time for a reboot. Getting it going, on the other hand, could result in a better soap than the original.