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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.

Most Popular Current Network Sitcoms

Unlike HBO, Showtime, or Netflix, the traditional broadcast networks (ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox) need to attract advertisers, which means their comedies cannot be too edgy, dark, or explicit, which makes for some of the greatest feel-good sitcoms of all time including Parks and Rec, 30 Rock, Superstore, and The Good Place.

Shows Like Family Guy: Your Favorite Animated Families

The best thing about having an animated family for your sitcom? The teenage child-star never develops a drug problem and mysteriously disappears for two seasons. Cartoons only do what you draw them to do.

Shows like Bojack Horseman: Cartoons for a Friday Night

These adult friendly cartoons are more appropriate for Friday nights than Saturday mornings; featuring everything from erratic secret agents to alcoholic scientists, and unhygienic fry-cooks.

Greg Daniels TV

One of the most successful writers, producers, and directors of comedies with hits including Parks & Rec, the Simpsons, and the US version of the Office.

FOX Cartoon Series

The Fox Network's "animation domination" began in December 1989, when The Simpsons premiered on Fox and the network has produced a series of animated series for adults ever since.

Best Adult Animated Comedies

"Best" is of course subjective, but we incorporate audience ratings, popularity, and reviews to create this list of the greatest animated comedies for adults.

Shows Like Friends: Greatest Feel-Good Sitcoms of all Time

When life is feeling nasty, brutish and short, these are the comfort sitcoms restore your faith in humanity with likable characters, a strict no a**hole rule, and a whole lot of hugging; We've included all the classics (Friends, Parks and Rec, The Office, Cheers) as well as some lesser-known recent gems (Kim's Convenience, Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist, Superstore).

Matt Groening Cartoons

Come for The Simpsons, stay for Futurama and (maybe) Disenchantment.

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