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Shows like 30 Rock: Best Written TV Comedies

Every year the Writers Guild of America singles out the best written comedies, and these shows have all received at least two nominations--with 30 Rock coming out on top with 8 nominations and 3 awards.

Seinfeld Alumni Shows

Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Larry David -- 2/3 became household names working on Seinfeld, and all have enjoyed successful comedy careers since.

Shows Like My Name is Earl: Beloved Noughties Sitcoms

The most beloved American sitcoms that began and ended in the 2000s; thank God the Y2K virus wasn't real, or else Earl would have never had the chance to set things straight!

Sitcoms New to Those Who Live Under Rocks

You'd have to live under a large, sound-proof rock not to have heard of these primetime sitcoms, which dominate IMDb in sheer number of votes.

Rich Families, Poor Communication

They say money can't buy you happiness; apparently, it can't buy you a functional family either, if these clans are anything to go by.

Shows Like Black-Ish: Meet the Modern Family!

Long gone are the days of 'Leave it to Beaver' and 'The Brady Bunch', along with their rigid, whitewashed ideal of how the American family should look. Frankly, the new models are a whole lot more exciting!

Shows Like Hello Ladies: The Sitcoms Getting LA Right

Those who have spent time in Los Angeles will appreciate these pitch-perfect depictions of La La Land, along with the quirky archetypes who populate it.

Shows Like You Arrested Development: Dysfunctional Family Comedies

Maybe it's thanksgiving and you need to put your family's dysfunction in perspective; this list of modern sitcoms, featuring the likes of 'Shameless' and 'Parenthood', may be a good place to start. Suddenly a couple drunk uncles and a recent divorce don't seem so bad!

Shows Like Arrested Development: Series of Slight Neurosis

The appeal in these TV comedies is the utterly relatable neurosis of their starring characters, from Larry David to Michael Cera, and across the pond, the British king of over-thinking basic social interactions, David Mitchell.

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