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Best Comedy TV

A round-up of the best live action comedies, ranked by ratings, popularity, awards, and influence on other comedies--including the full range of RomComs, dark comedies, sitcoms, and more.

Parody TV

Whether these series are parodying the detective show, medical procedural, space opera, or western, they all expertly exploit the tropes of more serious genres.

Shows like Broadchurch: Best British Crime

The birthplace of Sherlock Holmes has produced some of the greatest crime and detective series in recent years, including Peaky Blinders, Line of Duty, Happy Valley, Luther, Broadchurch and of course Sherlock--don't forget to check out related lists including British Women on the Case, Grizzled British Detectives, Cracking the (Inspector) Morse Code, and Agatha Christie and her Admirers.

Shows like the Goes Wrong Show: Modern Slapstick TV

A long tradition, stretching back to the Three Stooges and Benny Hill, through Mel Brooks and Mr Bean, and up to its modern incarnation (the unmissable) The Goes Wrong Show--if you love pratfalls, sight-gags, and physical comedy, this is the list for your.

Shows Like Angie Tribeca: Good Cop, Funny Cop

These 21st century police comedy shows range from your traditional mismatched buddy cop formula (Common Law) all the way to outright absurdism (Angie Tribeca).

Shows Like Galavant: Shows if You Love Mel Brooks

If you're a fan of sight gags, clever slapstick, and just plain silliness, then these shows either directed by Mel Brooks, or in his style are for you.

Shows like A Touch of Cloth: Goofy British Bobbies

In these British detective shows, the crimes are mostly laughing matters, the detectives witty, and the bad guys goofy. Bonus series include the occasional Australian and Canadian shows. There are plenty of lighthearted British detective shows, but these are outright comedies.

Shows like Bones: Lighthearted Buddy Cop Shows

Sure they have badges and carry guns, but these dynamic police duos do not take themselves too seriously.

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