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Bernard Black runs his own bookshop even though he doesn't much like people who buy books and hates having customers. Next door to Bernard's shop is the Nifty Gifty gift shop run by Fran, ...
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.
Let's face it, traditional sitcoms can get cloying quick; that's why you need these shows, to bring some dark, sarcastic, alcoholic balance to your life. You can't have the Yin of Friends without the Yang of Fleabag.
To achieve the height of irony, watch these workplace sitcoms at work, while your stupid Baby-Boomer boss thinks you're 'formulating a social media strategy', whatever that means.
Some more mainstream than others, all decidedly British, and many disturbing, these cult shows are beloved by comedy snobs both sides of the atlantic.
Fleabag is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to great, recent British comedy.
If you like your ensemble comedies dripping with snark, cynicism, and sarcasm, this is the list for you.
Anyone who knows British comedy knows channel 4 (it's not a hard name to remember): for those who don't this network is responsible for 'Extras' and 'The Inbetweeners'. Kudos!
A long list of comedies and dramadies that find humor in subjects that are typically not considered funny--like murder, grief, and mental health issues.
Sick of American sitcoms' relentless optimism? Then indulge your cynical side with these dark, dry British comedies that will leave you with a pleasant pit of emptiness in your stomach.