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By Perri Ormont Blumberg
June 26, 2020
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Did you watch Netflix's Sweet Magnolias in, oh, all of two sittings? If you're anything like us, you're probably wondering "what's next?" now that you devoured the hit series and are looking for your next great, feel-good show.

Before you hit rerun and watch the guys and gals of Serenity from the top, check out these five amazing series to stream now that have a similar feel and plenty of laughs and romance.

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Just like Sweet Magnolias, this series is equal parts hilarious and poignant, with more than a few unexpected plot twists. The story revolves around the concept of a digital afterlife, when the character Nathan lands in a fancy resort and finds himself leaning heavily on the support of his customer service "Angel," Nora.

Watch it on Amazon Prime here.

Cedar Cove

Andie MacDowell stars as Judge Olivia Lockhart in this beloved Hallmark series that will keep you yearning for more long after you wrap watching the third and final season.

Watch it on Hallmark Movies Now here.

Girlfriends

A group of middle-aged friends who have known each other for more than 40 years encounter mayhem, mystery, and more in this captivating British series written by Kay Mellor, the BAFTA Award-winning creator of Love, Lies & Records.

Watch it on Acorn here.

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Royal Pains

What happens when a doctor moves to the Hamptons with his younger brother? A concierge doctor business is born and you've just parked yourself in front of the TV for the foreseeable future.

Buy it on Amazon here.

Virgin River

Picture Sweet Magnolias relocated to the enchanted redwoods of northern California with some medical drama thrown into the mix.

Watch it on Netflix here.

Hart of Dixie

If you haven't already watched this popular show originally from The CW, you'll be glued to your couch watching the drama and love stories that unfold when New York City doctor Zoe Hart moves to Bluebell, Alabama.

Watch it on Netflix here.