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Dan (Davies) is a childish idiot trapped in an adult's life, helped along by his uniquely dysfunctional best friends, Jo (Conaty) and Brian (Wozniak). His inability to navigate the simplest...
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.
Recent dramadies and sitcoms starring stand-up comedians playing characters other than stand-up comedians
Fleabag is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to great, recent British comedy.
Who is the British little-man? He's always inconsequential, sometimes petty, often insecure - think the David Brents of the world. And for some reason, the Brits can't get enough of him.
Follow this group of British drifters, slackers, and ne'er do wells on their ambling path towards emotional maturity, by way of dead-end jobs and ill-fated relationships.
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!
This collection of (relatively) modern live-action absurdist shows borrows from both sides of the Atlantic, mixing the Noel Fielding crowd with some Adult Swim staples. Check it out, ya dingus!
Nobody does absurdism like the Brits, and no Brits do absurdism like the chaps on this list: from 'Mighty Boosh' to 'Jam', prepare your mind to enter a dark and twisted place (and we're not talking about the scenes shot in Milton Keynes).
Foul-mouthed, disrespectful, and immature, the only thing these teachers inspire is a sense of disgust.