‘Fleabag’ (2016-19)

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.

‘Friends’ (1994-2004)

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’

Starring: Logan Browning, Brandon P. Bell, Deeron Horton, Antoinette Robertson, John Patrick Amadori, Ashley Blaine Featherson, Markey Richardson, DJ Blickenstaff, and Giancarlo Esposito.

‘Never Have I Ever’

Starring: Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, Poorna Jagannathan, Richa Moorjani, Jaren Levison, Darren Barnett, and John McEnroe.

‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’

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.

Community (2009-2015)

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.

Crashing (2016)

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.

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.

Girlfriend (2000-2008)

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.