Movies Aren't Telling Love Stories Anymore. So The New York Times Brought Them to Amazon

Anthology TV series Modern Love is based on the newspaper column and podcast

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The romance genre has all but disappeared from films, so several cable and streaming outlets have claimed it for themselves.

The latest to jump on board is Amazon Prime Video. The streaming service will soon air Modern Love, a new anthology series debuting Oct. 18 that features eight different stories about love, in all its various forms, based on the New York Times column (and podcast) of the same name.

The show—which features Tina Fey, Anne Hathaway and John Slattery—will be the Times’ second TV series in just a few months, following The Weekly, which premiered



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