7 Shows Like ‘Uncoupled’ To Watch While Waiting For Season 2

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Uncoupled starring Neil Patrick Harris is a romantic comedy-drama, which made many people laugh. The comedy series follows a man in his 40s as his relationship suddenly ends with his longtime boyfriend, and now he has to figure out how he will date in the modern world. Uncoupled originally aired as a Netflix original series but it was canceled after its first season, but it was picked up for a second season by Showtime. So, while you wait for the second season to come out here are some shows you could watch until then.

Divorce (HBO Max)

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Synopsis: Created by Sharon Horgan (creator and star of the Emmy-nominated series Catastrophe), Divorce centers on Frances (Sarah Jessica Parker), who, after more than a decade of marriage and two children, has suddenly begun to reassess her life and her strained relationship with her husband Robert (Thomas Haden Church). Finding sharp, observant humor in tense situations ranging from awkward public encounters to bitter private therapy sessions, Divorce is about two people at the most difficult moment in their lives, feeling more intense emotions for each other than they’ve felt in years.

Will & Grace (Hulu)

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Synopsis: Will and Grace are best friends and roommates. With pals Karen and Jack, it’s all fair game for this outspoken foursome, from sex and dating to cutting cultural commentary.

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Grace & Frankie (Netflix)

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Synopsis: In Grace and Frankie, Jane Fonda (“Grace”) and Lily Tomlin (“Frankie”) star as two women whose lives are turned upside down when their husbands reveal they are gay and leave them for each other. Both sparring partners and partners-in-crime, Grace and Frankie form an unlikely and unbreakable bond and face their uncertain futures head-on, hand-in-hand. Together with their ex-husbands and children, they discover the true definition of “family,” with laughter, tears and plenty of mood enhancers along the way.

Looking (HBO Max)

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Synopsis: Meet Patrick, Agustin and Dom: three 30-something friends living in San Francisco exploring the exciting, sometimes overwhelming, options available to a new generation of gay men. Season 1 of this comedy series offers up the unfiltered experiences of these three close friends living–and loving–in modern-day San Francisco. Patrick (Jonathan Groff) is a video game designer getting back into the dating game in the wake of his ex’s engagement; Agustin (Frankie J. Alvarez) is an aspiring artist who questions the concept of monogamy amid a move to domesticate with his boyfriend; Dom (Murray Bartlett) is a long-time waiter who is facing middle-age and unfulfilled dreams. Together, their stories intertwine within the progressive, unpredictable, sexually open culture of the Bay Area.

Men of a Certain Age (HBO Max)

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Synopsis: These friends face very different challenges. Joe, who currently lives in a hotel, tries to connect with his kids and is dipping his toe in the dating pool, while also struggling with the gambling problem that may have ended his marriage. The unmarried Terry scoffs at domestic issues but sometimes wonders if his own single life is all it’s cracked up to be.

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And Just Like That… (HBO Max)

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Synopsis: The iconic characters and world of Sex and the City are the exciting jumping off point for this all-new series, which finds Carrie, Miranda, and Charlotte navigating the complicated reality of friendship, family, and New York in their 50s.

Mrs. Fletcher (HBO Max)

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Synopsis: From Tom Perrotta’s bestseller comes this story chronicling the personal and sexual journeys of empty-nest mom, Eve Fletcher, and her son, Brendan. In the wake of dropping her only child off at college, Eve (Kathryn Hahn) stumbles upon a porn site, leading her to re-evaluate her own uneventful sex life.