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Best FX Shows

The FX network, standing for Fox Extended (sort of works), is owned by Fox, but don't expect Fox News values here. We're talking Russian spies (The Americans), satanism (American Horror Story), and cohabitation (You're the Worst).

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 High Maintenance: Great Shows for Stoners

Invent a medical condition, stock up on some awesome state-sanctioned grade, and partake in this list of awesome comedies for stoners.

Shows Like Fleabag: Anti-Sitcoms for the Cynical

Let's face it, traditional sitcoms can get cloying quick; that's why you need these shows, to bring some dark, sarcastic, alcoholic balance to your life. You can't have the Yin of Friends without the Yang of Fleabag.

Shows Like Kidding: Mental Health Dramadies

One way of reducing the stigma around mental illness is by laughing at it, or at least that's the premise of these comedies and dramedies where mental health issues play a central role.

Shows like Louie: Best FX Comedies

If there's any network that does disenchanted millennials in, or leaving, unhealthy relationships, its FX Comedy - let's hope, for the writers sake, it's not from too much first hand experience.

Shows like Legion: Trippy TV

The characters in these series experience reality differently than most people--they talk to the dead, see psychedelic visions, or are trapped in time, they may be suffering from mental illness or recovering from trauma, but also see things that others miss and probe deep existential issues.

Shows Like Wilfred: Comedies that Hear Voices

Whether the voices come from imaginary friends, dead people, or their own head, the protagonists of these sometimes dark comedies may have a hard time convincing others what they hear is real.

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