Right Now, Watch These 40 Best Sitcoms

Right Now, Watch These 40 Best Sitcoms

Here''s the list of the best 40 TV sitcoms you can see. Nevertheless, we do our best. Take a look at the following list of the best sitcoms of all time.

These are the words that apply as a way to describe this list. The past two generations have experienced substantial changes in sitcoms style, structure, and content.

Non only has the number of cameras increased, but also the number of settings. While conventional sitcoms of the past drew heavily from stereotypical themes, today, these sitcoms tend to steer away from stereotypical themes rather than focus on social issues that are relevant to today.

40.Bojack Horseman

  • Director:Raphael Bob-Waksberg
  • Writer:
  • Cast:Will Arnett, Amy Sedaris, Alison Brie
  • IMDb Ratings:8.8
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:93
  • Streaming Platform:Netflix

Bojack Horseman demonstrates that animated programming can be both humorous and dark in a world where most people consider animated programming to be childrens programming. He introduces visitors to a world in which anthropomorphic animals and humans are interchangeable, and visual puns are plentiful.

The Netflix series, which follows the life of its main character thoughtfully, threw audiences off with a strong first season and a steady perform-inducing solid finish throughout its journey.

39.Freaks And Geeks

  • Director:Paul Feig
  • Writer:Judd Apatow, Paul Feig
  • Cast:Linda Cardellini, John Francis Daley, James Franco
  • IMDb Ratings:8.8
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:100
  • Streaming Platform:Hulu

The early 1980s, an intelligent high school student who attended a Detroit boarding school in Freaks and Geeks, was reunited with a group of slackers. The 1999-2000 season was canceled shortly after its opening.

Despite this, actors like James Franco, Seth Rogan, Jason Segel, and Busy Phillips got an early career boost. It also has sketch comedy in it!

38.Its Always Sunny in Philadelphia

  • Director:Rob McElhenney, Glenn Howerton
  • Writer:
  • Cast:Charlie Day, Glenn Howerton, Rob McElhenney
  • IMDb Ratings:8.9
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:94
  • Streaming Platform:Fubo TV

This series premiered in 2005, but it will continue to shine 14 seasons later. Follow a group of egocentric friends who run an Irish pub in South Philly.

Always Sunny became the longest-running live-action American sitcom of all time in May 2020, surpassing Ozzie and HarrietWith innovative writing and humorous humor, fans will want to return to the game again.

37.The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

  • Director:Amy Sherman-Palladino
  • Cast:Rachel Brosnahan, Alex Borstein, Michael Zegen
  • IMDb Ratings:8.7
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:89
  • Streaming Platform:Amazon Video

After being released on Amazon Prime Video, it was critical acclaim and focused on an American housewife in the 1950s who became a standup comedian in New York.

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is expected to premiere a fourth season following the third season, which was only released in December 2019. It is a fantastic sketch comedy show.

36.All in the Family

  • Director:Norman Lear
  • Writer:Rob Reiner, Norman Lear
  • Cast:Carroll OConnor, Jean Stapleton, Rob Reiner
  • IMDb Ratings:8.3
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:78
  • Streaming Platform:Amazon Video

Millions of people watched CBS on Saturday nights to see what Archie Bunker was going to say. However, most of them believe it as the best television satire ever made.

Norman Lear''s documentary "All in the Family" reimagined what a TV show could say and be about. Our nations were divided and wounds fought through a simple 30-minute approach.

Despite its tense subject matter, Carroll OConnors Archie, Jean Stapletons Edith, Rob Reiners Meathead, and Sally Struthers Gloria delivered bitter medicine, which washed down like sugar.

35.30 Rock

  • Director:Tina Fey
  • Writer:Tina Fey, Donald Glover
  • Cast:Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, Tracy Morgan
  • IMDb Ratings:8.3
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:78
  • Streaming Platform:Hulu

Tina Fey, who is formerly the director of Saturday Night Live, spoofs late-night variety shows, the self-absorbed eccentrics who work on them, and the absurdity of network politics in this rat-a-tat series, which supposedly squeezes in more laughs between commercial breaks than most shows in the whole season. Throughout the film, Fey combines antisocial awkwardness with slapstick humor.

34.Sex And the City

  • Director:Darren Star
  • Writer:
  • Cast:Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis
  • IMDb Ratings:7.3
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:70
  • Streaming Platform:HBO Max

Most people attribute HBO''s success to The Sopranos, but Carrie Bradshaw & Co. also deserve some recognition. Sarah Jessica Parker is a Manhattan sex columnist and urban anthropologist. She spends the weekend with her three best friends: the prim Charlotte (Christin Davis), the uptight Miranda (Cynthia Nixon), and the sex-hungry Samantha.

33.Black-ish

  • Director:Kenya Barris
  • Writer:Kenya Barris, Jonathan Groff,
  • Cast:Anthony Anderson, Tracee Ellis Ross, Marcus Scribner
  • IMDb Ratings:7.2
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:92
  • Streaming Platform:Hulu

This network sitcom has always been viewed as a whites-only club, which is one of the greatest complaints. The Kenya Barris family comedy, which almost always hits the bulls eye of humor and topicality during the Obama years, was one of the linchpins in that change.

Tony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross are both well-known, playing a successful and happily married couple who is concerned about their families being too black to fit in at this point in history. It''s probably a massive overstatement, but the series'' resonance consists in the careful balancing process it strikes in balancing its timeliness with traditional screwball humor. It is one of the best family sitcoms.

32.The Odd Couple

  • Director:Gene Saks
  • Writer:Neil Simon
  • Cast:Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau, John Fiedler
  • IMDb Ratings:7.7
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:97
  • Streaming Platform:Hulu

Tony Randalls'' mismatched-roommate comedy features a dangerous neat freak, which is seen in the middle of the stage. Oscar Madison is based on Neil Simon''s classic play featuring Walter Matthau and Art Carney, and is then transformed into a phenomenal film with Matthau and Jack Lemmon. As you can see, opposites do not always attract.

These divorced men, under their superficial snob versus slob facades, discover a kind of reluctance to tolerate their long-gone partners that they never met with them. In other words, when they don''t drive each other crazy.

31.Will & Grace

  • Director:David Kohan; Max Mutchnick
  • Writer:
  • Cast:Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Megan Mullally
  • IMDb Ratings:7.3
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:74
  • Streaming Platform:Disney+

Debra Messing is Grace, a somewhat daffy interior director, and Eric McCormack is Will, a well-dressed lawyer. They are the best friend of one, he is gay and she is straight. Sean Hayes plays the loaded (both literally and emotionally) Karen.

It''s not exaggerating to say that this comedy, which was first shown on NBC in 1998, played a major role in the push for gay rights in America, as it features homosexual characters, including the legalization of same-sex marriage. It''s one of the best sitcoms.

30.The Simpsons

  • Director:James L. Brooks, Matt Groening
  • Writer:Matt Groening, Dan Castellaneta,
  • Cast:Dan Castellaneta, Nancy Cartwright, Harry Shearer
  • IMDb Ratings:8.7
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:85
  • Streaming Platform:Disney+

The Simpsons is among the top shows on television. This is no surprise because it has been the grandpa of pop-culture references. There is no room for melancholy or brevity in the lives of the dysfunctional Simpson family, who leave Springfield as the playground for their bizarre and charming adventures.

Ours is possible in some ways, as well. The show may be described as one of the greatest creations of mood and future events on the small screen.

29.The Good Place

  • Director:Michael Schur
  • Writer:Michael Schur, Joe Mande
  • Cast:Kristen Bell, William Jackson Harper, Jameela Jamil
  • IMDb Ratings:8.2
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:97
  • Streaming Platform:Netflix

After dropping her margarita mixture in the liquor store, there is only one sitcom that blended deep philosophical teaching with a sitcom about dirtbag human beings. At the beginning of the NBC comedy series, Eleanor Shellstrop (Kristen Bell) is hit by a truck.

Eleanor, along with her fellow residents of a good place (William Jackson Harper and Manny Jacinto) discover that their past is compromised by the good place.

28.Parks And Recreation

  • Director:Greg Daniels; Michael Schur
  • Writer:
  • Cast:Amy Poehler, Jim OHeir, Nick Offerman
  • IMDb Ratings:8.7
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:93
  • Streaming Platform:Amazon Video

The show, which includes quite a lot of quirky characters and fewer flaws, was primarily about kindness and community. The workplace comedy takes place in the local government building in the fictional town of Pawnee, Indiana.

Leslie Knope (Poehler) is always willing to assist others with her good words, but her coworkers are less happy with their work. Comedy was plentiful, like making older people as middle school students, but the show did not shy away from becoming awkward either.

27.The Honeymooners

  • Director:Frank Satenstein
  • Writer:Danny Jacobson, David Sheffield
  • Cast:Cedric the Entertainer, Mike Epps
  • IMDb Ratings:3.4
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:
  • Streaming Platform:Netflix

It is best to start and finish with the original run. This is proof that, yes, the rich are different from the rest of us. It''s so helpful to watch them ignore anyone who fails to look back at them.

The newcomers'' introduction to the hapless, helpless Bluth family''s surreal story is a well-rounded, self-referential show, which will not let you put it down after the first episode as they all spend time together, thanks to a cast that knows they''re in a once-in-a-lifetime project and cares very much for it, especially Jessica Walters'' spoiled matriarch, Lucille.

26.The Golden Girls

  • Director:Susan Harris
  • Writer:Susan Harris, Terry Grossman
  • Cast:Bea Arthur, Betty White, Rue McClanahan
  • IMDb Ratings:8.2
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:
  • Streaming Platform:Netflix

Several contests are held, and girls from across the country compete to win the coveted title. This show has excellent writing and amazing humor. Heres a show that was never intended to succeed. According to industry and demographic rating experts in the 1980s. A comedy story involving four elderly women living in a pastel-hued Miami house that reveals hilarious doubleentendres.

The cast included performers such as Bea Arthur, Betty White, Rue McClanahan, and Estelle Getty, who both wanted it.

25.Arrested Development

  • Director:Mitchell Hurwitz
  • Writer:Mitchell Hurwitz, Barbie Adler
  • Cast:Jason Bateman, Michael Cera, Portia de Rossi
  • IMDb Ratings:8.7
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:74
  • Streaming Platform:Netflix

The Bluth family loses everything after the family patriarch is found guilty. It now Michaels responsibility to ensure peace in the family. While viewers of the Foxs series were relatively low between 2003 and 2006, the first three seasons received critical acclaim for their harrowing humor, talent and close-range situations. In 2013, Netflix released the fourth season.

In 2018 and 2019, Netflix released the fifth season.

24.The Jeffersons

  • Director:Norman Lear, Don Nicholl, Michael Ross
  • Writer:
  • Cast:Isabel Sanford, Sherman Hemsley, Roxie Roker
  • IMDb Ratings: 7.5
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:
  • Streaming Platform:Netflix

The Jeffersons, a series based on the lives of George and Louise Jefferson from Queens to Manhattan, was only ever depicted as poor in the Lears film as a response to the Black Panthers'' reaction.

Roxie Roker and Franklin Cover have reimagined one of the first interracial couples to appear on television, with topics covered by gun control and suicide. When rewatched today, the social commentary in The Jeffersons appears pretty sluggish.

23.Everybody Hates Chris

  • Director:Ali LeRoi, Chris Rock
  • Writer:
  • Cast:Terry Crews, Tichina Arnold, Tequan Richmond
  • IMDb Ratings:
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:100
  • Streaming Platform:Netflix

Chris Rock, a comedian who was inspired by his own life, introduced this sitcom and served as executive producer. Based on an early 1980s Brooklyn adolescent growing up, the show follows him as he adapts to life in the big city.

22.Mr. Bean

  • Director:Rowan Atkinson, Richard Curtis
  • Writer:
  • Cast:Rowan Atkinson, Robin Driscoll, Matilda Ziegler
  • IMDb Ratings:8.6
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:100
  • Streaming Platform:Netflix

The series, which is famous for its universal physical comedy, is followed by Rowan Atkinsons'' childlike title character as they ease and relax through simple everyday situations, such as dental appointments and dinners out. In 1997, Bean and Mr. Beans Holiday was reunited, owing to the series'' astounding success.

21.Cheers

  • Director:James Burrows, Glen Charles
  • Writer:
  • Cast:Rhea Perlman, John Ratzenberger
  • IMDb Ratings:8
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:87
  • Streaming Platform:Amazon Video, Disney+

Every episode of Cheers begins with a new way to transform that concept into something unexpected and magnificent.

The first features the romantic relationship between Sam and his love interest grad student Diane (Shelley Long) and the second features the sexual relationship between Sam and Rebecca''s hilarious trainwreck.

20.Family Guy

  • Director:Seth MacFarlane, David Zuckerman
  • Writer:
  • Cast:Seth MacFarlane, Alex Borstein, Seth Green
  • IMDb Ratings:8.2
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:89
  • Streaming Platform:Amazon Video, Disney+

Seth MacFarlane was a household name, and the one he will never be able to top. That''s for sure. Even if he included a talking dog (sniff) and a bloodthirsty infant inexplicably British, MacFarlane was able to form a family audience.

The character, which features a group of eccentric characters and never-ending jokes, makes it one of the most popular cartoons of all time. This animated comedy is surely one of the fun sitcoms.

19.Veep

  • Director:Armando Iannucci
  • Writer:
  • Cast:Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Tony Hale, Anna Chlumsky
  • IMDb Ratings:8.1
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:
  • Streaming Platform:HBO Max

If you star in one of the best sitcoms of the 90s, what is left for an encore? Julia Louis-Dreyfus sure continued Seinfeld with this self-aggrandizing satire. Julia Louis-Dreyfus uses clever insults to cover her ineptitude and whip her staff and competitors like a howitzer as she holds the most thankless job in politics. This series continued for seven seasons.

18.The Bob Newhart Show

  • Director:David Davis, Lorenzo Music
  • Writer:
  • Cast:Bob Newhart, Suzanne Pleshette, Bill Daily
  • IMDb Ratings:8.1
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:
  • Streaming Platform:Hulu

Most television shows aim for cheap seats in the back with jokes or punchlines. It feels like this smart sitcom was filmed on a different planet when filming the buttoned-up Newhart who didn''t do either of these things. He was a dry, bemused Chicago psychiatrist who had a wide variety of weird patients.

It was as if he was an alien who had not yet discovered the world. She was as kind and composed as he was quietly neurotic outside the office, especially when it came to his wife Emily (Suzanne Pleshette). The Bob Newhart Show is worthy of seeing.

17.Curb Your Enthusiasm

  • Director:Larry David
  • Writer:
  • Cast:Larry David, Cheryl Hines, Jeff Garlin
  • IMDb Ratings:8.8
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:92
  • Streaming Platform:HBO Max

Larry David played an exaggerated replica of himself in this HBO masterpiece, often interacted awkwardly with friends and strangers who drew him to confront him on his civilized behavior.

His universe has shown that his outbursts were genuine. David elicited Seinfeld''s character, and the film Curb shows that his outbursts were real. Despite all the odds, David somehow makes you dislike him at the same time as you love him because he remains true to himself.

This is a cult classic.

16.The Larry Sanders Show

  • Director:Dennis Klein, Garry Shandling
  • Writer:Garry Shandling, Judd Apatow
  • Cast:Garry Shandling, Jeffrey Tambor, Wallace Langham
  • IMDb Ratings:8.5
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:100
  • Streaming Platform:HBO Max

The Larry Sanders Show, created a funhouse mirror to the backstage drama of the 1990s, when the greatest scenes in entertainment were Leno, Letterman, and Arsenio. Bravo! A show that mocked Hollywood egos without mercy, it was brilliant and petty. He has an almost Zen-style self-awareness, an unsettling desire for his jugular, as the always-insecure talk show host.

Artie is Larry''s guard dog, and Lin plays Hank, a drunken producer who loves scotch. The supporting cast of the show is exceptional, especially Jeffrey Tambors Hank and Rip Torns Artie. There was only a lot of difference between the start and the end of this series.

15.The Dick Van Dyke Show

  • Director:Carl Reiner
  • Writer:
  • Cast:Dick Van Dyke, Mary Tyler Moore, Rose Marie
  • IMDb Ratings:8.5
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:
  • Streaming Platform:Hulu

Rob Petrie, the director of a comedy/variety program in New York, is shown in several scenes. The fictional Alan Brady Show (written and produced by the show creator) gives viewers a look at how a television program was created.

14.Frasier

  • Director:David Angell, Peter Casey
  • Writer:
  • Cast:Kelsey Grammer, Jane Leeves, David Hyde Pierce
  • IMDb Ratings:8.2
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:95
  • Streaming Platform:Hulu

Frasier, a television show set up on NBC from 1993 until 2004, has been shown. Kelsey Grammer, a psychologist, has reprised his role in the Cheers spinoff.

After Cheers and his marriage were dissolution, Fraziers brother (David Hyde Pierce) toured him frequently.

13.I Love Lucy

  • Director:
  • Writer:
  • Cast:Lucille Ball, Desi Arnaz, Vivian Vance
  • IMDb Ratings:8.5
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:
  • Streaming Platform:Netflix

Lucy Ricardo (Ball) is a young, middle-class housewife who resides in New York City. Along with her best friends, Ethel and Fred Mertz (Vance and Frawley), she planned to attend a nightclub hosted by Ricky Ricardo to assist her husband.

Lucy and Desi were the first animated television show with an ensemble cast, featuring Vivian Vance and William Frawley as the Mertz brothers.

12.Cobra Kai

  • Director:Josh Heald; Jon Hurwitz
  • Writer:
  • Cast:Ralph Macchio, William Zabka, Xolo Mariduena
  • IMDb Ratings:8.6
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:
  • Streaming Platform:Netflix

The sequel to this Karate Kid series follows 34 years after the events of the first film. When Johnny Lawrence and Daniel LaRusso decide to reopen the Cobra Kai dojo, a former rivalry becomes rekindled.

The YouTube Premium show, which is praised for its fleshed-out characters and for bringing back the joy of the original films.

11.The Mary Tyler Moore Show

  • Director:James L. Brooks, Allan Burns
  • Writer:
  • Cast:Mary Tyler Moore, Edward Asner, Gavin MacLeod
  • IMDb Ratings:8.3
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:
  • Streaming Platform:Hulu

Mary Richards struggles to pursue a career after being separated from her partner. Despite this, she still finds a connection. The Mary Tyler Moore Show is one of the best TV shows ever.

10.Modern Family

  • Director:Christopher Lloyd, Steven Levitan
  • Writer:
  • Cast:Ed ONeill, Sofia Vergara, Julie Bowen
  • IMDb Ratings:8.5
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:85
  • Streaming Platform:Netflix

Families in modern-day California are often faced with awkward situations as they grapple with their kids, spouses, and colleagues each in their ways. Modern Family, with a talented cast and a humorous perspective on how the family''s concept had changed in the years, was reimagined as a traditional family sitcom and the kind of single-camera comedy that rekindled.

9.The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

  • Director:Andy Borowitz; Susan Borowitz
  • Writer:
  • Cast:Will Smith, James Avery, Alfonso Ribeiro
  • IMDb Ratings:8.2
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:81
  • Streaming Platform:Netflix

Will Smith plays himself on a good-natured NBC sitcom. Based on the theme theme from the show, his fictional mom sends him to Bel-Air with his wealthy Uncle Phil and his Aunt Vivian after leaving his rough Philadelphia neighborhood. Carlton and Hilary are often ridiculed by Will at the expense of their sticky-up cousins. Wills best work is surely the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air!

With his rich aunt and uncle, Smith''s streetwise, round-the-edges acting is transformed into a hawaiian Los Angeles neighborhood with his handsome mother and daughter. Fish out of water has long been a sitcom trope, but Smiths earnest chops have carried the series for six years, and he has also been given the opportunity to develop his dramatic acting skills.

With performances by Alphonso Ribeiro (of the Carlton dance fame), Tatyana Ali, and Karyn Parsons, as Wills relatives, and James Avery, the acclaimed actors, it also features dozens, perhaps even hundreds, of musical and film appearances.

8.The Big Bang Theory

  • Director:Chuck Lorre, Bill Prady
  • Writer:
  • Cast:Johnny Galecki, Jim Parsons, Kaley Cuoco
  • IMDb Ratings:8.2
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:81
  • Streaming Platform:Netflix, Prime Video

Sheldon and Leonard are fantastic physicists, but they don''t know how to behave around women until they encounter a lovely lady.

When Leonard and Sheldon meet Penny, their lives take a dangerous turn. These are four socially awkward friends who eventually form a dysfunctional family.

7.Gravity Falls

  • Director:Art Wolff; Tom Cherones
  • Writer:Jerry Seinfeld, Larry David
  • Cast:Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Michael Richards
  • IMDb Ratings:8.9
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:89
  • Streaming Platform:Hulu and Disney+

From 2012 to 2016, Disney Channel and Disney XD aired two seasons of this highly acclaimed mystery-comedy series. Despite targeting older kids, the show was not aimed at kids only. As Dipper and his twin sister Mabel spend their summer vacation with their great uncle in Gravity Falls, Oregon, the series is centered on them. As they uncover the truth about paranormal activity in town, they trap a local tourist trap.

The film received many positive reviews for its wit, warmth, pop culture references, and charm.

6.Seinfeld

  • Director:Art Wolff; Tom Cherones
  • Writer:Jerry Seinfeld, Larry David
  • Cast:Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Michael Richards
  • IMDb Ratings:8.9
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:89
  • Streaming Platform:Netflix, Prime Video

A fictional version of comic Jerry Seinfeld lives in New York City with a group of acquaintances who are often referred to as a comedy about nothing.

180 episodes were produced in the nine seasons between 1989 and 1998, contributing to a legacy that isn''t too broad. The sitcom paved the way for the future of the genre by breaking the conventional rules of sitcoms.

5.M*A*S*H

  • Director:Larry Gelbart
  • Writer:Alan Alda, Mike Farrell
  • Cast:Alan Alda, Wayne Rogers, Loretta Swit
  • IMDb Ratings:8.4
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:90
  • Streaming Platform:Hulu

During the Korean War, doctors and nurses worked at a hospital in South Korea, according to the CBS series M*A*S*H (roughly translated as Mobile Army Surgical Hospital). Drs. Trapper John McIntyre, Hawkeye Pierce, and Margaret Hot Lips Houlihan.

4.The Office

  • Director:Greg Daniels
  • Writer:Mindy Kaling, Michael Schur
  • Cast:Steve Carell, Jenna Fischer
  • IMDb Ratings:9
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:81
  • Streaming Platform:Netflix, Amazon Video

Inspired by the same name''s British television series, the show follows Michael Scott, the head of the Dunder Mifflins Scranton office, and his staff as they deal with his everyday life and his unusual behavior.

From 2005 to 2013, this series had nine seasons on NBC, and ended with an incredible finale. Everyone cried as the final episode was spectacular. It is certainly one of the best sitcoms of all time.

3.Friends

  • Director:David Crane, Marta Kauffman
  • Writer:
  • Cast:Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Matthew Perry
  • IMDb Ratings:9
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:82
  • Streaming Platform:Netflix, HBO Max

Friends is the most popular live-action sitcom in the world, with its ability to make one of the oldest and finest sitcoms of all time. In 2021, the reunion episode garnered a lot of attention. It was initially broadcast for ten seasons between 1994 and 2004.

In the heart of Manhattan, six young adults who become their best friends describe their daily lives. It has a funny track though. The shows theme song is popular among celebrities.

2.Rick And Morty

  • Director:Justin Roiland, Dan Harmon
  • Writer:
  • Cast:Justin Roiland, Dan Harmon
  • IMDb Ratings:9.2
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:94
  • Streaming Platform:Netflix, HBO Max

Rick and Morty are probably one of the best tv sitcoms of all time. Rick Sanchez and his grandson Morty, who have traveled through many dimensions and realities for their high-concept adventures in this animated sci-fi comedy, have explored many possibilities and realities.

The animated series has officially premiered on Adult Swim in 2013 and now has a new network, Cartoon Network. Fans continue to love the animated series because of its mellow humor and original writing.

1.Brooklyn Nine-Nine

  • Director:Dan Goor, Michael Schur
  • Writer:
  • Cast:Andy Samberg, Stephanie Beatriz, Terry Crews
  • IMDb Ratings:8.5
  • Rotten Tomatoes Score:95
  • Streaming Platform:Netflix, Hulu

Jake Peralta, a detective on Brooklyn Nine-nine, is confronted with the antics of a serious captain and the antics of his detectives, according to Andy Sambergs.

The show''s excellent character and a clear relationship were a hallmark of the series. Even though it was considered one of the best sitcoms of all time, production was not as smooth as it might have been. Despite the fact that Fox left the series after five seasons, NBC cancelled it shortly thereafter, and it continued on the air for several more seasons.

After the Summer Olympics in August 2021, Brooklyn Nine-nine will feature its last season. After the premiere, filming on the last season of Brooklyn Nine-nine has come to a close.

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