When the world is driving you crazy, sometimes theres nothing better than a heartwarming romantic comedy to help center you. Sure, we may not be able to afford the many luxuries that rom-com characters tend to be graced with, but that doesnt mean we cant take a journey with all these idiosyncratic individuals as they stumble through the wild world of love. And guess what? One of the best places to stream rom-coms is Hulu

Whether youre a genre diehard or want a little blast of laughs now and then, weve put together this roundup of all the best rom-coms on Hulu to help you find a gem worth streaming tonight, tomorrow, or this weekend

*Need more rom-coms this weekend? Check out our roundups of the best rom-coms on Amazon Prime Video and the best romantic comedies on Netflix.* **Recently added to Hulu**
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**Genre**Comedy, Drama, Romance **Stars**Adam Sandler, Emily Watson, Philip Seymour Hoffman **Directed by**Paul Thomas Anderson *Boogie Nights*and *Magnolia*, writer-director Paul Thomas Anderson switched narrative gears for his fourth feature film,Love*, a dazzling detour into all-new rom-com-adjacent terrain for the auteur. Adam Sandler stars as the unassuming protagonist Barry Egan. After a star-crossed encounter with one of his sisters coworkers, Lena Leonard (Emily Watson), it seems Barry may have finally found love. But the vicious blackmailing of a hot-tempered mattress salesman, Dean Trumbell (Philip Seymour Hoffman), and his equally hot-headed cronies dares to stand in Barrys way. Narratively defiant and visually kaleidoscopic, Andersons masterful casting of Sandler in a non-comedic role showed the world that the latter would be more than capable of leading the charge in heavy-hitting dramas like *Uncut Gems*nearly 20 years later. **Genre**Comedy **Stars**Adam Sandler, Téa Leoni, Paz Vega **Directed by**James L. Brooks *Spanglish*is another Adam Sandler rom-com that ignores the actors traditionally clownish roles in favor of some much more mature character work. Sandler and Téa Leoni star as John and Deborah Clasky, parents of a well-off family in need of housekeeping services. After onboarding a Mexican single mother named Flor (Paz Vega), the Clasky family is remiss to learn that they may have to let her go because the job is interfering with her parenting duties. This leads Deborah to do the next best thing she can think of: Invite Flor and her daughter to live in the Clasky home over the summer. An empathetic and often humorous story of what the word family means all over the globe, *Spanglish*is a warm-hearted film that is hard to pass up. **Genre**Comedy, Drama, Romance **Stars**Matthew Perry, Salma Hayek, Jon Tenney **Directed by**Andy TennantRush In*, starring *Friends*alum Matthew Perry and Salma Hayek as Alex and Isabel, two once-lovers of a one-night stand. The last thing Alex is expecting to hear is the news that Isabel is pregnant. And even though Alex is a self-proclaimed bachelor, he and Isabel decide to marry, a decision that rocks the foundations of both of their lives.Rush In*is a lively culture-clash of epic proportions and the kind of fun-loving film that is hard to come by these days. **Genre**Comedy, Romance **Stars**Eugenio Derbez, Samara Weaving, Max Greenfield **Directed by**Richard Wong *The Valet *stars Samara Weaving as Olivia, a Hollywood starlet basking in photogenic glitz and glamour. That is until Antonio (Eugenio Derbez) accidentally lands himself in a red-carpet photo of the actress and her boyfriend, Vincent (Max Greenfield). Not a big deal, right? Well, it turns out Vinnie is actually married, so in order to keep Olivias secret love under wraps, Hollywoods PR powers hire Antonio to pose as Olivias new lover. On paper, *The Valet *presents a narrative that reads paper-thin. But thanks to an engaged and charismatic cast and a surprisingly deep take on the often-stereotypical exploits of culture clashes, the film manages to win us over in more ways than one. **Genre**Comedy, Drama, Romance **Stars**Nia Vardalos, John Corbett, Lainie Kazan **Directed by**Joel Zwick *My BigGreek Wedding*is not the greatest rom-com ever made, and 20 years after its release, the film is certainly a bit dated, but wed be lying if we said it wasnt still effective at making us laugh, smile, and shed a tear or two. Nia Vardolos stars as Toula Portokalos, the only unwed woman in her multi-generation Greek family. Cupid fires off a solid shot when his arrow strikes the hearts of both Toula and Ian (John Corbett), a man she quickly falls for after he pays a visit to her travel agency. Hes everything shes been looking for, and hes crazy about her. But guess what? Hes not Greek. *My BFG Wedding*presents a rich tapestry of cultural threads that bind and weave in delightful rhythms, even if some of the comedy leans a bit too much on the fish out of water trope that many cookie-cutter rom-coms elect. **Genre**Romance, Comedy **Stars**Lucy Hale, Austin Stowell, Yasha Jackson **Directed by**Peter Hutchings
Success in the workplace is a virtue we all strive for, but what happens when one of the co-workers were competing against ends up developing into someone we love? Such is the case in director Peter Hutchings
*TheGame*. Starring Lucy Hale and Austin Stowell as Lucy and John, the storys quietly combative water-cooler rivals, Lucys climb up the company ladder is laced with steadfast ambition, but what will win out at the end of the daya higher salary or a never-ending bonus check of love? Yes, it is indeed corny, but also fun and fueled by lively performances. This cinematic adaptation of the top-selling book of the same name gets a solid thumbs-up from us

**Genre**Comedy **Stars**Aya Cash, William Jackson Harper, Sarah Bolger **Directed by**Jeff Rosenberg *We Broke Up*employs the talents of its two stars wholeheartedlyan on-screen dynamic that provides much of the films gusto

**Genre**Romance, Comedy **Stars**Kristen Stewart, Mackenzie Davis, Alison Brie **Directed by**Clea DuVall *Happiest Season*isnt breathtakingly original, but its sincere story and earnest performances from Stewart and Davis help to elevate the film above other rom-com streaming fodder

**Genre**Comedy, Romance **Stars**Andy Samberg, Cristin Milioti, J.K. Simmons **Directed by**Max Barbakow *Palm Springs*dishes out violence and hearty humor in all the right doses. Its one you dont want to miss. And miss. And miss

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