Top 10 Comedy Series to Stream Online: Our sense of humor is one of the most unique things about us that can make it a little hard to find a go-to comedy show. Do you like workplace sitcoms? Maybe real music? How about a mockumentary genre series or a drama that leans more towards the serious side of the comedy spectrum?
What we find funny is really relative, but luckily, with Netflix having so many great comedy shows out there, you’re bound to add at least one to your queue.
Here are our list for the 10 funniest shows you can watch online and enjoy bingy weekend,
In the first show, Phoebe Waller-Bridge takes looks from the camera. From that moment on, Waller-Bridge turns her audience into confidantes as she tells a hilarious and often surprising story about a self-destructive young British woman trying to gain the trust of her friends and family.
The story runs over two short, twisty seasons, filled with memorable supporting characters. Watch the first “Fleabag” episode and it’s hard not to race through the remaining 11 to find out if these lovable messed-up guys will be okay.
Forget the blood, death, and melodrama of most TV medical shows. Friends” at Sacred Heart Hospital is a warm and welcoming place where a good-natured, wide-eyed young doctor named JD(Zach Braff) learns his craft and forges lifelong friendships while discovering that a How to Be a Responsible Adult Professional.
The conscious storytelling and devious daydreams of the protagonist are surprisingly extravagant: the “Friends” are as much as fictional as it is funny, but there are life and death situations in each episode to keep the weirdness on the verge.
‘Dear White People’
Original Run: 2017-Present
Starring: Logan Browning, Brandon P. Bell, Deeron Horton, Antoinette Robertson, John Patrick Amadori, Ashley Blaine Featherson, Markey Richardson, DJ Blickenstaff, and Giancarlo Esposito.
Why it makes the list: This Netflix comedy tackles issues of race and privilege through the stories of college students studying at a fictional Ivy League university.
‘Never Have I Ever’
Original run: 2020-present
Starring: Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, Poorna Jagannathan, Richa Moorjani, Jaren Levison, Darren Barnett, and John McEnroe.
Why it makes the list: This coming-of-age comedy by Mindy Kaling is hilarious and heartfelt and has been praised for challenging Asian stereotypes.
Original Run: 2013-Present
Why it makes the list: Brooklyn Nine-Nine is one of those shows that starts off funny and quickly turns to hilarious as you get to get to know the characters and their quirks. Crime-solving has never been so much fun.
Dan Harmon’s Community College ensemble garnered a devoted cult following for the six-season run, despite it almost always being on the verge of cancellation.
The series centers on a beloved study group of misfits—played by both comedy veterans and men—who are about to go cringy, as they walk through Greendale Community College. It’s a sitcom that’s goofy and confusing, but there’s a lesson in how to be a better person forever
Unlike many sitcoms featuring young people who have a remarkable number of resources at their disposal, Crashing centers on the relationships that develop between a makeshift community of young estate parents in an abandoned hospital.
You’ll see where Emmy-winner Phoebe Waller-Bridge appeared next to Fleabag and felt equally by the emotional woes that filled the middle of the party. In just six short episodes, this 20-something comedy definitely deserves to binge.
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (2015–2019)
Many critics have given a lot of efforts to disorder former YouTube star Rachel Bloom’s CW series, which they perceived as a sexist title, an idea he infers from the opening credits.
In fact, the series is quietly revolutionary, offering scathing but subtle commentary about the way women treat each other and themselves and incidentally features one of the most diverse cast on TV for its run. shown during.
CXG draws its from-comic antics from heroine Rebecca’s compulsive behavior and past traumas, all while satirizing the conventions of music with song-and-dance numbers worthy of Sondheim. It’s definitely a downward spiral, but psychosis has never been so enjoyable.
Everyone wishes they had a crew like Joan, Lynn, Maya, and Tony. While we might not get an opportunity to embrace Joan’s maternal instincts or laugh at Maya’s playfulness IRL, the warmth and hilarity of the series and its characters (including honorary girlfriend William) from Mara Brock Akil (Moesha, Being Mary Jane) stuns.
Makes us feel like we are part of the herd. The beloved comedy is a riot of a sitcom and an update of the format with its multifaceted black female characters.
The Good Place (2016-2020)
In this sneaky afterlife comedy by Mike Schur (Parks and Recreation), Kristen Bell’s deceased Eleanor is accidentally given birth in the Heaven-Esque afterworld.
Once the high-concept show is past establishing its characters and premise, you do whatever it takes to find her and avoid being sent to a bad place, including being coerced by your friendly neighborhood architect, Michael. Can enjoy watching him.
Her “soulmate,” Chidi, is there to teach her everything about being a nice and good person. Pretty soon, it becomes clear that the so-called Good Place is a lot more complicated than we might have previously believed, but it’s completely clear that watching the series will feel like you’ve been sent to a TV haven.
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