It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia: A raunchy comedy show about five self-absorbed, ignorant friends who find themselves in ridiculous situations that more often than not get worse through improvising (comedy).
Arrested Development: As the opening narration says, “the story of a wealthy family who lost everything and the son who had no choice but to keep them all together” (comedy).
Jane the Virgin: A story of how Jane gets accidentally artificially inseminated with a wealthy hotel owner’s sperm and how she navigates school, relationships and family with this pregnancy. This “American telenovela” always keeps you on your toes with romantic, backstabbing and criminal twists around every corner (drama/ comedy).
Friends: If you don’t know what this show is, I don’t know what to tell you (comedy).
Parks and Recreation: Resilient Leslie Knope is determined to make the most of her career in the Parks and Recreation department and her personal life alongside fellow government officials (comedy).
Breaking Bad: When an overqualified high school chemistry teacher is diagnosed with cancer, he teams up with a former student to cook meth in order to leave behind money for his family (crime/ drama).
Peep Show: Inexplicably awkward Mark and incompetent, lazy Jeremy are roommates who often find themselves in unfortunate situations together, shown through the first person perspective (comedy).
Malcolm in the Middle: Gifted Malcolm “tries to survive with his dimwitted, dysfunctional family” of a pushover dad, disciplinary mom and four mischievous brothers (comedy).
Black Mirror: “A television anthology series that shows the dark side of life and technology” (drama).
Rick and Morty: An animated show about young Morty and his alcoholic, genius grandpa Rick and their adventures through time and space (comedy).