5 Web Series That Married Couples Can Relate Too!


Married couples often fight for the TV remote to watch their personal favorite show. In the current scenario where most of the couples are working, they hardly get any time to spend together. So, fighting over a remote is definitely not a good idea. Today digital entertainment platform offers a wide range of content to their audience with different taste. Here are some fun web series that showcase the issues, differences, and disagreements that the couple deals with on a daily basis.

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Get ready to watch out, these amazing web series.

Permanent Roommates- The Viral Fever (TVF)
Permanent Roommates are an Indian web series created by The Viral Fever (TVF) and Biswapati Sarkar. This series revolves around a young couple, Tanya, and Mikesh, who, after being in a long distance relationship for 3 years, face the prospect of marriage.

Married Woman Diaries- SonyLIV
‘Married Woman Diaries’ is a humorous take on the lives of Shweta, a stand-up comedian, played by Suzanna Mukherjee, and her husband Rishi, a senior marketing manager at an ad agency, played by Abhishek Rawat. As different as chalk and cheese, the two are still head-over-heels in love with each other even after two years of being married.

Bang Baaja Baraat- Y Films
It’s a saga of two lovers from completely different social backgrounds who decide to get married. But the real struggle starts when their families meet and the big fat Indian wedding begins. With a very relatable storyline, the web series makes a great watch.

Little Things- Dice Media
‘Little Things’ is a web series, which deals with mundane, everyday love. It’s about a couple who live together in Mumbai and do what every couple does. And that’s all the web series focuses on. There’s no life-altering crisis to be averted, no event which might precipitate a story – and no climax.

Men…. The Real Victims
Men….The real Victims series by Shitty Ideas Trending is based on couples’ relationship mostly drawn from real experiences. The show deals with the way some women, sometimes knowingly and sometimes unknowingly, manipulate men into agreeing to their wishes. Shalini is the typical wife who will have her way or the highway while Ashwin is, what seems like, the trapped husband who gives in most of the times just to make his wife happy or to save himself in a debate. He is more like a henpecked husband while she is his innocently dominating better half.