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Shows like Fleabag: Best Dramedies

The ancient Greeks divided their plays into comedies and tragedies, but the smiling and frowning masks are more extremes of a spectrum than binary variables, and some of the best TV shows of the past two decades, like Fleabag, Atlanta, Succession, and Shameless, find humor in deep pain and poignancy in funny situations.

Shows like Magic City: Drama in the Magic City

Great weather, art deco architecture, and a chill vibe - the question is why more shows aren't set in Miami.

Shows Like Episodes: The Friends Diaspora

While no sitcom may ever match the ensemble magic of 'Friends', viewers at least have what we call the Friends diaspora: the multitude of sitcoms starring the cast.

Shows Like You Arrested Development: Dysfunctional Family Dramedies

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!

The Sitcoms Liberals Love Most

The top sitcoms liked by liberal Democrats, according to data from Experian Simmons National Consumer Study; whether this makes you like the shows on the list more, or less, the numbers are what the numbers are.

Shows Like Dead to Me: Women with Problems Dramedy

The female leads in these shows face all sorts of problems: illness, divorce, incarceration, etc. -- but manage to plug ahead, aided by gallows humor.

Female-Led Comedy Shows

From the Marvelous Mrs. Maisel to Broad City, these comedies have one thing in common--hilarious female leads.

Shows Like Crashing: Mid-Life Crisis Made Funny

Divorce, unemployment, and hair loss all prove fertile comedic ground in this collection of mid-life crisis themed sitcoms.

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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