Top 12 Best Girly TV Series| TV Series for Girls to watch
Today, to help you overcome the blues that the arrival of shorter days and cold, discover the best 12 Girly TV Series for girls with the wish that makes good morale and allow you to relax in just one episode. The series recent to older cult series, there is something for all styles and all tastes, but that’s good! Even if you will definitely want to see a lot more!
During winter, there’s nothing like sitting down in front of a screen with good hot chocolate, a blanket, or some popcorns. And, in this matter, two camps have always clashed: there are those who bet on the cinema, and there are the others, those who prefer to watch good series in the comfort of their home. Here below we have mentioned the top-rated and best Girly TV Series for the modern Girls to watch.
12 Best Girly TV Series for Girls to Watch
1. Sex and the City: the sex life of New York singles
Is it really necessary to present Sex and the City? This more than cult series held its fans in suspense with 6 epic seasons from 1998 to 2004. Such a success that the heroines were even able to shine on the big screen with two films released in theaters in 2008 and 2010. Girly par excellence, it remains undoubtedly one of the best series for girls!
The story follows Carrie, a single New York fashionista, and her three of her friends. These women with very different characters share their stories of sex and their sometimes chaotic romantic relationships. A series full of humor and a bit naughty which has met with great success.
2. Gossip Girl: the cult series for girls
The American series Gossip Girl, broadcast between 2007 and 2012, is THE girly series par excellence! Blair and Serena, at the center of the story, are two best friends who experience the best and the worst together.
They share everything: the shopping sessions with outfits that are sure to make your dream, the good times, but also the filth, the twisted shots, and memorable arguments. During the six seasons of the series, they also share something else: their boyfriends. Between Dan, Nate, and more, the hearts of young New Yorkers who rule the Upper East Side swings very often.
But, honestly, the best part of the show is other than the friendship story that (not always) unites Blair and Serena. In Gossip Girl, what makes us vibrate is especially the romance so complicated between Blair and Chuck. It’s very simple, Blair and Chuck are two cursed lovers who make us dream as much as Rose and Jack in Titanic, as Ross and Rachel in Friends or even as the legendary poker couple formed by Jason Mercier and Natasha Barbour and the stars John Legend and Chrissy Teigen in real life.
3. Desperate Housewives: the eventful daily life of four women
Here is another must-have series in this top of the best girly series. With its 8 seasons released between 2004 and 2012, Desperate Housewives has become a real phenomenon. The secret recipe? A clever mix of humor, unbearable suspense, and social criticism of the American upper-middle-class!
The cult series features the hectic daily life of four women: Susan Mayer (Teri Hatcher), Lynette Scavo (Felicity Huffman), Bree Van de Kamp (Marcia Cross), and Gabrielle Solis (Eva Longoria). Within a chic American suburb, she lives a multitude of intrigues mixing humor, drama, and mystery.
4. The Bold Type: the feminist series
Launched in 2017, The Bold Type series managed to get us hooked in just one season. In New York, we follow the adventures of Jane, Sutton, and Kat, three young women who work in a magazine… Female, of course!
From their love stories to their quest for recognition, including their medical problems and their questioning of identity, the series tackles very modern themes and subjects that speak to as many people as possible and which raise awareness about very important subjects.
Special crush for the boss of this hellish trio, Jacqueline Carlyle, whom we would all like to have, even if we don’t necessarily think so during the first episodes! We hope to see a season 5!
5. The Handmaid’s Tale: a dystopian female series
Inspired by the science fiction novel “The Scarlet Handmaid”, this American television series created by Bruce Miller has won numerous awards including 6 Emmy Awards and 1 Golden Globes. It has had 3 seasons since 2017 and the fourth is scheduled for 2021. The actress Elisabeth Moss who plays the main role is distinguished by the performance of an extraordinary actress.
In a fictional dictatorship called the Republic of Gilead, infertility struck women. In an attempt to save the human species from extinction, the men who have taken power are setting up a caste system. Women are divided into three categories: Wives, who dominate the house, Marthas, who support it, and Servants, whose role is reproduction. Offred, who was torn from her family to become a servant, will do everything to find her family and bring down this totalitarian system.
6. Big Little Lies: a tragedy among mothers
Released in 2017 on HBO, this series boasts an impressive cast of actresses with Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon, Meryl Streep, Shailene Woodley, and Zoë Kravitz! Originally slated to be a mini-series, it received a warm critical reception and was awarded a Golden Globe. A second donation season saw the light of day in 2019.
Three apparently perfect mothers are embroiled in a murder story that took place during a parent-student night at a school where their children were held. Between secrets, rumors and lies their universe will be shaken by violent and unexpected events.
7. New Girl: the girly comic series
New Girl is a series broadcast between 2011 and 2018 that will inevitably put a smile on your face after a difficult day or week. Zooey Deschanel plays Jess, a delusional and super sweet school teacher who lives in a roommate with three young men as funny as they are strange.
Season after season, we get attached to these characters who make us want to roommate in our turn. New Girl is a bit of a modern Friends, but with an added touch of girly, that brings incredible charm to the program. And like any sitcom, 22-minute episodes are super easy to watch.
8. Pretty Little Liars: The Lying High School Girls
Pretty Little Liars is an American television series for teenage girls in the dramatic thriller genre. Its story is based on the series of novels of the same name written by Sara Shepard. The 7 seasons released between 2010 and 2017 are remembered as a very good series for girls.
The series follows the life of four high school girls whose gang collapses after the disappearance of their leader. It will take the threats of a blackmailer for them to find each other.
9. Jane the Virgin: the endearing feminism series
To dive into the world of Jane The Virgin is to dive into a very special world: the series makes us follow the adventures of Jane Villanueva, a young woman like everyone else, except that she gets pregnant against any expectation, as a result of a medical error.
Five seasons follow, full of ultra-romantic, painful, honeyed, dramatic, improbable moments. A real telenovela in short. And that’s good because that’s exactly the spirit of the series. To watch with a good dose of second degree!
10. Emily in Paris: the new Netflix for women
Finally, how to talk about girly series without talking about THE girly series of the moment, recently landed on Netflix, Emily In Paris? In this show of 10 30-minute episodes, Lily Collins is the famous Emily, namely a young American who arrives in Paris to use her expertise in communication for the benefit of a French company.
You don’t have to be afraid of clichés about the French to appreciate the series. Everything goes: from our reputation for being lazy to that of being unpleasant, including our tendency not to wash daily, we clearly take for our rank! But humor is at the rendezvous, the beauty of Paris too. And all this without talking about Gabriel, the beautiful and kind Frenchie with whom the whole planet is in danger of falling in love …
11. Fleabag: a woman with a scathing repartee
This series, which is among the best to watch on Amazon Prime Video, received critical acclaim upon its release. A British television series packed with English humor and which won two Golden Globes!
The funny and touching daily life of Fleabag, a scathing, sex-driven, an angry and grieving woman who does what she can to survive modern London life.
12. Charmed: a trio of charming witches
This fantastic series is not the most recent since the 8 seasons were released between 1998 and 2006. However, thanks to a selection of programming on M6, it marked its time in France and is remembered as an excellent girly series!
The story follows the three Halliwell sisters who learn to use their new magical powers in order to fight against evil. Witches are played by Alyssa Milano, Holly Marie Combs, and Shannen Doherty. The latter was replaced by Rose McGowan from season 4.