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What To Watch If You Love 'Younger'

April 9, 2020 247 votes 25 voters25 items

List RulesVote up the films and television series that you know other fans of 'Younger' will love.

In Younger, star Sutton Foster gets a second chance at life. If you’re searching for ideas about what to watch after Younger, these TV shows and movies are a great place to start. The best movies and shows like Younger include romantic comedies about middle-aged people getting fresh starts. In this list, you'll find everything from The Bold Type to The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel to The Devil Wears Prada

What programs will you vote to the top of this list? Maybe you're a fan of Second Act, a movie that stars Jennifer Lopez as a strong woman pursuing her dream career. If you’re looking for more shows about career women, UnReal is a great TV series to dive into thanks to the relationship between an aspiring reality TV producer and her unscrupulous boss. Some of the other notable movies like Younger and series to watch if you like Younger include Casual, Ugly Betty, and Drop Dead Diva

Which shows and movies are the best for Younger fans? Vote up the ones you would recommend to other fans, and be sure to check out the titles you haven’t seen yet. 

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  • The Bold Type
    Photo: Freeform

    If you crave more millennial comedy in the workplace after watching Younger, you'll love The Bold Type.

    The Bold Type (Freeform, 2017) is an American comedy-drama television series created by Sarah Watson. Working for a popular women's magazine, three millennial women (Katie Stevens, Aisha Dee), and Meghann Fahy) navigate their lives in New York City.... more on Wikipedia
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  • The Unicorn
    Photo: CBS

    If quirky comedy is your jam, this series featuring a weirdly elegable widower-turned-bachelor will be the perfect pick if you're a fan of Younger.

    The Unicorn (CBS, 2019) is an American sitcom television series created by Bill Martin, Mike Schiff, and Grady Cooper. Wade (Walton Goggins), a recently widowed father with two daughters, is encouraged by his friends to re-enter the dating scene, only to find that he's suddenly the most sought after guy.... more on Wikipedia
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  • Faking It
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    This high school comedy series is an easy choice for fans of Younger's tone that just want to kick back and relax.

    Faking It (MTV, 2014) is an American single-camera romantic comedy series created by Dana Min Goodman and Julia Wolov. Best friends Karma (Katie Stevens) and Amy (Rita Volk) pretend to be a lesbian couple to boost their popularity.... more on Wikipedia
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    Casual

    Casual
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    If you're interested in a romantic comedy featuring people that are "past their prime" when it comes to the dating scene, you're in for a treat with this series if you're a fan of Younger.

    Casual (Hulu, 2015) is an American television comedy-drama series created by Zander Lehmann. After learning her husband is having an affair, Valerie (Michaela Watkins), a successful shrink, files for divorce and moves in with her brother Alex (Tommy Dewey), the co-founder of a popular dating site, and daughter Laura (Tara Lynne Barr).... more on Wikipedia
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