People who like comedies will love this one. Fleabag proves to be an excellent show with exceptional humor and witty comments. It just got eleven Emmy nominations, and while the first season is quite funny on its own, the second leaves the audiences still wanting more and more.
A Comedy About Millennial Siblings? Bring it on!
2. The Other Two
In this show, two millennial siblings in their thirties are experiencing a life-changing event when their teenage brother becomes a pop star of grand magnitude overnight. It surprises audiences with how funny a series about two jealous and terrible people can be. More than that, it can hit the viewer with its heartfelt and fully realized characters, while still being hilarious, showing how the older brothers deal with the success of their brother and sometimes take advantage of it.
3. Florida Girls
This is a new show that shows a group of friends from Clearwater, Florida. Their story is that they met while just five years old, started drinking at the age of twelve, and dropped out at sixteen. But when one of them actually gets a GED and leaves the town to pursue better opportunities, they are faced with the fact that they are just loser townies, or are they? This chain of events starts a hilarious glimpse at life in a small trashy town, and the series is often inappropriate in the funniest of ways.
4. Good Omens
Now, this series is based on a novel by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, where an angel and a demon are giving their best to track down the very Antichrist. At first, their goal is to simply prevent the apocalypse, but it also turns out that they like Earth, and that boosts their motivation. With that simple, at first glance plot, some witty writing, and the terrific performances that David Tennant, Jon Hamm, Frances McDormand, and Michael Sheen put out, it is one of the comedies everyone should see.
New Time Loop Concept Comedies? Yes Please!
5. Russian Doll
Some think that the whole “time loop” concept was spent with productions such as Groundhog Day, Happy Death Day, and Edge of Tomorrow, among others, but this show found a way to prove them wrong. It shows the fresh and fun story of Nadia, played by Natasha Lyonne, who finds herself on a time loop on the night of her 36th birthday. She has to repeat that evening again and again until she finds the cause of her predicament. The show offers interesting plots and funny, though sometimes bordering on dark, humor.