Or sign up with your email
Or login with your email
An ignorant, wannabe-Jamaican British b-boy; an anti-Semitic, misogynistic but friendly Kazakhstani television reporter; and a homosexual Austrian fashonista--all played by Sacha Baron ...
Oh, you haven't heard of Mr Show? Or Stella? No, it's cool, honestly - I hope you enjoy cracking up to 'Big Bang Theory', chugging Arnold Palmers on your Laz E Boy, you pathetic, mainstream PoS.
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.
From goofy comedy (Ali G) to heavy drama (Top Boy), these shows are for rudeboys and dem who aspire to rudeboydom. Safe.
Shows like Shameless, Eastbound & Down, Vice Principals that find a way to offend nearly everyone. You've been warned.
Fleabag is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to great, recent British comedy.
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!
If you find awkward moments, humiliation, and social faux pas hilarious, you'll like the shows on this list. Bonus points if you root for misanthropes and enjoy extended pauses.
Alan Partridge, Ricky Gervais, and other pioneers of cringe humor from the U.K., with a few Irish shows thrown in to boot.
The Brits may have a rep for sophistication, but these shows are anything but delicate: full of potty humor, silly accents, and slogans adopted by whole generations of teenage boys - Booyakasha!