Netflix’s huge library of comedies has helped make it an institution in modern society. Netflix’s burgeoning library of comedies reflects the variety of its users and the many forms in which entertainment can take.
It’s a large list, and we know you don’t have time to sift through it all to discover the finest sitcom, so we’ve done it for you. So, in order to save you time, we have compiled a list of the top Netflix comedies for your perusal.
The hilarious sitcom Unstable is making waves all over the world. Rob Lowe and his son, John Owen Lowe, feature in this Victor Fresco creation as a father and son with a passionately broken yet relatable relationship. In this series, a biotech genius’s mental health is on the verge of collapse, and the man’s son is desperate to save his father’s sanity as well as the family business.
Unstable is a musical that successfully juggles the tight line between humor and emotion, and it does it with the help of fantastic performances from a strong ensemble that includes Sian Clifford, Aaron Branch, and Fred Armisen, each of whom brings their own flair to the piece. You’ll want to watch this funny and endearing comedy over and over again because of how much you’ll enjoy it.
Never Have I Ever (2020)
Are you sick of high school dramas that feature the same group of white, wealthy students year after year? Then you should definitely tune into Never Have I Ever. In this charming Netflix show, we follow protagonist Devi Vishwakumar as she faces the trials of adolescence after suffering the tragic loss of her father. The show’s variety in cast and experiences is a welcome change, especially for South Asian families who are underrepresented in media.
The show’s comedic elements are the icing on the cake, but it also deals with serious topics that will have you reaching for the tissues. It’s easy to see why the show has become so popular: it successfully challenges common misconceptions about Indian families. Therefore, Never Have I Ever is the best option for you if you want a fresh and engaging high school drama.
Arrested Development (2003)
A lot of greatness can be found in the three seasons of the sitcom Arrested Development. From the chicken dance to Aretha Franklin’s “It’s Not Easy Being White,” this spectacle had everyone in stitches. Tobias Funke’s Blue Man aspirations should not be forgotten, nor should Ron Howard’s narration. Henry Winkler played the family lawyer, while Charlize Theron played Michael’s love interest Rita, who has mental disabilities.
Jason Bateman’s portrayal of Michael Bluth was fantastic, but all of the Bluths were among the best characters on television. The plot twists and turns of Arrested Development were hilarious because of the show’s heavy use of self-referential postmodernism. This show was a perfect example of what can be accomplished by superb scripting and acting.
The IT Crowd (2006)
Have you had enough of the same old office politics? Try watching IT Crowd. When you have personalities like Roy and Moss, fun can be found wherever. Although Roy prefers to do nothing and Moss appears to be unduly pampered, both have essential IT talents. Jen, who can’t even handle the most fundamental aspects of technology, is their boss.
These clumsy exchanges provide some comic relief. Moss is not the kind of person you’d want to make friends with in the schoolyard, but he does provide an interesting contrast because he is so well-spoken and polite. Watch as these nerds navigate an environment where their expertise is frequently underappreciated but always valued.
Big Mouth (2017)
One of the most uncomfortable times in youth is puberty, which is explored in Netflix’s newest animated series. Nick Kroll, Andrew Goldberg, Jennifer Flackett, and Mark Levin take us on an adventure with four pals named Andrew, Nick, Jessi, and Jay as they deal with and learn to accept their own physical development.
Aiming to normalize the completely normal yearning for human connection, pleasure, and approbation that comes with reaching this stage of life, the play doesn’t shy away from coarse humor but is also unexpectedly compassionate.
The show has quickly amassed a sizable fan base thanks to its ability to humorously and relatably examine the lighter side of one of the most challenging stages of human development. Given its fresh perspective, it’s no surprise that the show, named Big Mouth, has quickly become a fan favorite on the streaming service.
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That ‘90s Show (2023)
Get ready to laugh your head off because the long-awaited follow-up to That ’70s Show has finally arrived. Point Place, Wisconsin, is back in the spotlight with a whole new ensemble lead by Callie Haverda as the Formans’ teenage granddaughter Leia. Returning cast members include Kitty and Red Forman (Debra Jo Rupp and Kurtwood Smith).
Don’t miss this revival of the hit series, which features cameos from original cast members like Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher, Topher Grace, and Laura Prepon.
S*x Education (2019)
S*x Education is a show that everyone, no matter their age, should watch. It deals with serious issues related to *exuality, gender, and s*x while also including a cast of fascinating characters who make you laugh, root for them, and learn alongside them. Nerdy Otis Milburn (Asa Butterfield), paralyzed by a dread of s*x, opens an impromptu clinic in his high school with the help of Maeve (Mackey).
Otis and Maeve, aided by Otis’s mother, s*x therapist Jean Milburn (Anderson), set out to dispel a number of common misconceptions about s*xuality in an effort to promote open dialogue among their peers at their high school. Don’t miss out on this uplifting presentation that will teach you something while also entertaining you.
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