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We're celebrating the series finale with a look at how the show challenged expectations about happily ever after—all in a fun, hilarious way.
After the meet cute, it's time to meet the parents. But which love interests from popular romantic comedies could you actually bring home to your family?
Book-and-screen pairings for the reader who can't stop watching the director's romantic comedies.
By G.G. Anderew
Constance Wu and Henry Golding star in the highly anticipated adaptation of Kevin Kwan's novel.
By Carolyn Cox
We hate the way we don't hate these rom-coms. Not even a little bit. Not even at all.
By G.G. Andrew
A tale of two TV boyfriends.
Jane Gloriana Villanueva's romance novel is now a real book — and we're giving it away!
In terms of romantic movies, 1987 was inconceivably great.
By Cailey Hall
Being a knight in shining armor doesn't always lead to a happily ever after.