Top 5 Modern TV-shows That Deal With an Age-Gap Romance 

If you’re one of the many single guys eager to get involved with an older woman, you must check out the digital environment. It would be easy to arrange a cougar hook up by joining one of the sites or apps dedicated to age-gap romance. The registration process is always straightforward and usually free. Algorithms will help you connect with a cross-section of senior females. Discreet communication channels will facilitate regular communication. There might even be blogs offering advice about cougar romance. To inspire your search for a delectable older woman, you must check out any of these fabulous TV series about age-gap relationships.


Co-created by Ryan Murphy and running from 2009 until 2015, the action centers on the Glee Club at William McKinley High School, specifically the show choir. Within this group, there are all sorts of individuals, who face varying degrees of prejudice and hostility over issues like ethnicity and sexual orientation. Unapologetically inclusive, the age-gap romance also ruffling feather is between teacher Shelby (Idina Menzel) and Puck (Mark Salling). But this show is all about countering society’s intolerance, no matter what form this takes. And the music is also terrific!

Game of Thrones

One of the main characters in George R R Martin’s hugely popular medieval fantasy series is Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner), who plays a princess from one of the royal families vying for power in Westeros. In the internecine plots that twist and turn around each other, she comes to the attention of Petyr ‘Littlefinger’ Baelish, the devious and manipulative man who runs brothels in King’s Landing, in the rival Lannister’s kingdom. Although initially in love with Sansa’s mother, Catelyn, Petyr becomes increasingly drawn to Sansa. Could this be love? Or is he more interested in what further power he could gain from a union with the striking redheaded heir to the Stark dynasty?

Pretty Little Liars

In this mystery teen drama, Ezra Fitz (Ian Harding), a former high school teacher, owns a coffee shop and is also an author. Supposedly, he had an affair with a former pupil, who also got pregnant (although this later turns out not to be the case). But his main relationship is with Ezra, a young girl, Aria (Lucy Hale), whom he meets in his shop. The following day, Aria discovers his teacher identity and tries to call things off. But the feelings between them can’t be switched off as easily.

Modern Family

In this superb US mockumentary series following three interlinked families, one of the core characters is Jay Pritchett (Ed O’Neill), a closet salesman. A divorcee, he remarries fiery Colombian, Gloria (Sofia Vergara), who is younger than her step-daughter, Jay’s daughter Claire (Julie Bowen). The difference in years is occasionally a source of comedy, especially when Jay feels the need to compete with Gloria’s young ex-husband, Javier (Benjamin Bratt). But on the whole, the gap is irrelevant. Instead, the couple, despite being besotted with each other, enjoys a turbulent relationship. At times, Gloria alludes to the way disputes were settled in her crime-riven homeland, while Jay pokes fun at her Latin American attempts to assimilate into Californian society.


In this massively-successful sitcom about a bunch of close New York friends, Monica (Courteney Cox) is a main character, who falls for Richard (Tom Sellek), a best friend of her father’s, and 21 years her senior. Despite the age gap, and Monica’s tendency to be fussy about the people she dates, they have an intense relationship. Although they are comfortable in each other’s company, Monica is terrified about her father finding out about her and Richard, leading to many hilarious situations.

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