Family time! If you’ve been missing your parents and even your siblings recently, this could be the perfect temporary fix. There are so many Netflix movies and shows available to stream that might get you reliving some of your favourite family moments.\nEveryone’s definition of family is different. That’s why these next few titles offer everything from classic 90s sitcoms like Full House to the unconventional lives of Grace and Frankie.\nMaybe you’ll find your perfect match below.\nYou can even make your next movie night or binge session extra family-oriented by inviting them to watch with you on Netflix Party.\nFull House\nAudience Rating: 100% on Rotten Tomatoes\nIn this 90s sitcom, a recently widowed father raises his three daughters alongside his brother-in-law and best friend.\nIf you absolutely love this show, Netflix is also streaming all seasons of the shows 2016 reboot Fuller House.\nOne Day at a Time\nAudience Rating: 95% on Rotten Tomatoes\nA war veteran, nurse, and single mother faces the challenges that come with raising her two children and taking care of her elderly Cuban mother.\nDumplin'\nAudience Rating: 74% on Rotten Tomatoes\nA teen signs up for a beauty pageant run by her mom who happens to be a former beauty queen. Deemed unconventional by the pageant world due to being plus-sized, her relationship with herself and her mother is challenged as she begins to gain support from other contestants.\nBig Daddy\nAudience Rating: 74% on Rotten Tomatoes\nSonny Koufax “adopts” a five-year-old boy in order to impress his girlfriend who dumped him. However, his attempt at convincing her he’s changed fails and he’s forced to learn how to be a parent for the child.\nGilmore Girls\nAudience Rating: 86% on Rotten Tomatoes\nMom and daughter duo, Lorelai and Rory, navigate life in Stars Hollow. Together they face the dating world, crazy neighbours, and other life milestones as best friends.\nSchitt's Creek\nAudience Rating: 95% on Rotten Tomatoes\nAfter going bankrupt, the Rose family is left with nothing but a rundown town they purchased years before as a joke. They’re forced to move to the town and reside in a motel until they’re able to get back on their feet.\nKim's Convenience\nAudience Score: 92% on Rotten Tomatoes\nA Korean-Canadian family living in Toronto deal with the struggles of running a convenience store while also struggling with internal family issues.\nFamily Reunion\nAudience Rating: 81% on Rotten Tomatoes\nThings don’t go smoothly when the McKellan family moves from their home in Seattle to Georgia where their father’s extended family lives.\nGrace and Frankie\nAudience Rating: 90% on Rotten Tomatoes\nTwo women find unexpected friendship in one another when their husbands announce they’ve been having an affair together and leave them.