TV Comedy Shows A-Z
By Josh Bell
Check out thoughts and analysis of show debuts and significant episodes.
- 'The Birthday Boys' Premiere Episodes
- 'Sean Saves the World' Premiere Episodes
- 'Super Fun Night' Premiere Episodes
- 'Hello Ladies' Premiere Episodes
- 'The Crazy Ones' Premiere Episode
- 'The Michael J. Fox Show' Premiere Episodes
- 'Back in the Game' Premiere Episode
- 'Trophy Wife' Premiere Episode
- 'Mom' Premiere Episode
- 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Premiere Episode
- 'Dads' Premiere Episodes
- 'Whose Line Is It Anyway?' Revival Premiere Episodes
- 'Quick Draw' Premiere Episodes
- 'Moone Boy' Season 1
- 'Drunk History' Premiere Episode
- 'Arrested Development' Season 4
- 'Family Tree' Premiere Episodes
- 'Maron' Premiere Episodes
- 'Your Pretty Face Is Going to Hell' Advance Episode
- 'The Ben Show' Premiere Episodes
Although the days of Must-See TV are long gone, NBC still brings a lineup of funny and edgy sitcoms to prime time, carrying on a long legacy of classics.
CBS has been a sitcom powerhouse for years now, with a strong lineup of family-oriented shows that appeal to a wide audience.
ABC's sitcom lineup is small these days, a far cry from when their TGIF block dominated the world of family comedies. But the shows they have now are more diverse, and more exciting.
The fourth broadcast network has been light on the sitcoms lately, but it still has a handful of shows to check out.
In addition to its edgy, acclaimed dramas, FX has developed some pretty outrageous comedies, pushing boundaries while getting laughs.
With its tagline "Very Funny," TBS has established itself as basic cable's home for traditional sitcoms.
TV Land Shows
In addition to its reruns of classic shows, TV Land has a growing stable of old-school sitcoms that recall the classic style.
Adult Swim Shows
Known for its raunchy oddball animated fare, Adult Swim has added live-action shows in the same spirit.
After making a huge hit out of network cast-off 'The Game,' BET is working to become a new home for original sitcoms.
- 'The Game'
- 'Let's Stay Together'
- 'Real Husbands of Hollywood'
- 'Second Generation Wayans'
- 'Reed Between the Lines'
More Cable Shows
Sitcoms are hot commodities, and cable networks of all kinds have their own comedy shows. From MTV to ABC Family, these shows run the cable gamut.
HBO has a rich history of airing envelope-pushing original comedies that go places broadcast and basic cable shows can't. The network's pioneering edgy approach to comedy is carried on in its current fare.
Showtime has been pushing comedy boundaries nearly as long as HBO, with shows that take on daring subject matter, and has developed into a home for high-quality, award-winning programs.
Miss an episode of your favorite show, or just want to catch up on the past? These guides offer quick summaries to get you up to speed.
- 'The Office' Season 9 Episode Guide
- 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Season 1 Episode Guide
- 'Awkward' Season 3 Episode Guide
- 'Family Tree' Season 1 Episode Guide
- 'Veep' Season 2 Episode Guide
- '30 Rock' Season 6 Episode Guide
- '30 Rock' Season 7 Episode Guide
- 'How I Met Your Mother' Season 8 Episode Guide
- 'How I Met Your Mother' Season 9 Episode Guide
- 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' Season 7 Episode Guide
- 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' Season 8 Episode Guide
- 'Community' Season 2 Episode Guide
- 'Community' Season 3 Episode Guide
- 'Community' Season 4 Episode Guide
- 'Parks and Recreation' Season 5 Episode Guide
- 'Parks and Recreation' Season 6 Episode Guide
- 'Arrested Development' Season 1 Episode Guide
- 'Arrested Development' Season 2 Episode Guide
- 'Arrested Development' Season 3 Episode Guide
- 'Arrested Development' Season 4 Episode Guide
Don't forget about these old favorites from years past. Dive in to the rich history of beloved sitcom classics.
- 'Arrested Development'
- 'Sex and the City'
- 'Flight of the Conchords'
- 'Family Ties'
- 'The Cosby Show'
- 'The Golden Girls'