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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.

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.

Shows Like Flight of the Concords: Comedy from Down Under

OK, before we piss off any Kiwis or Aussies, we know there are two distinct cultures - but it didn't make sense creating two separate lists when you guys sound exactly the same to Americans!

Shows Like Will & Grace: LGBTQ Life Sitcoms

These sitcoms - mostly comedy, a bit of dramedy - follow the lives of LGBTQ singles, couples, and families as they deal with the strains of modern living.

Shows like the Unicorn: Single dad sitcoms

A classic sitcom genre, stretching back to Full House and Diff'rent Strokes, where a father is raising kids--not clear that this should be funny, but it is.

Series featuring Unlikable Characters

On first glance, not clear why you would want to watch a show starring self-absorbed, unlikable a**holes, but they can be pretty funny.

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.

Irreverent Takes on Parenthood

Forget the romanticized takes on parenthood, these irreverent (and often crude) comedies expose the unvarnished realities of raising kids behind the Instagram and Facebook facade.

Shows like Pose: LGBTQ Drama and Dramedy Series

Dramas and dramadies featuring LGBTQ characters, relationships, and friend groups, including excellent series from Russel Davies and Ryan Murphy.

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