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Casey McCall and Dan Rydell are sports anchors and best friends. At "Sports Night", their nightly cable program, the two display their unique talent and skills in reporting up-to-the-minute...
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 roundup of dramedies that launched before 2000, including classics like Freaks and Geeks, MASH, and All in the Family
These sitcoms and ensemble comedies find the funny side of sports and athletes.
Get exclusive behind the scenes action in these sitcoms based around fictional TV shows, where actors and writers regularly butt heads, but everyone smiles when the cameras start rolling.
Sorkin brings a theatrical sensibility to the shows he creates, with rapid-fire dialogue, larger than life personalities, and the occasional soliloquy.
We're guessing some TV writers eventually picked up on the absurdity of their own industry; with shows like 'Extras', '30 Rock', and 'Entourage', we're not complaining!
The movie 'Anchorman' wasn't the first comedy production to provide a behind-the-scenes look at a dysfunctional newsroom; in fact, many great TV shows before and since have ran with the premise.
While Fox News may be unintentionally hilarious, these mock news programs actually aim for it; for our money, 'Brass Eye' was the funniest satire of its era, and woefully unheard of by American audiences.