1980s TV was full to the brim with comedy shows. From Golden Girls to Family Ties, we separate the dated and cheesy from the forgotten sitcom gems.
Sitcoms may make viewers laugh, but they can sure be cruel to their characters. Many comedy shows have a poor soul who's the universal punching bag.
Is The Unicorn, the sitcom starring Walton Goggins, fall 2019's best new comedy? We weigh the pros and cons of this funny new series.
From spin off sitcoms to obvious remakes, these comedies of the past decade fall seriously flat.
Though Friends had a lot of laughs over its 10-year run, it tackled a lot of deep issues as well. The beloved sitcom was not afraid to get deep.
One of the longest standing sitcom mysteries of the 21st century is centred around Penny's last name. For some reason, it is never mentioned. Why?
Malcolm in The Middle remains one of the best sitcoms of all with its unfiltered yet honest portrayal of growing up in a rowdy & lower-income family
The Office had a handful of hilariously bad relationships that fans rejected but it also offered insight into some endearing couples fans approved of.
Some shows have aged rather poorly and their jokes are no longer amusing to todays audiences but such is not the case with the classic that is Cheers.
Going undercover is a major part of being a cop. But few do it as well as Brooklynn Nine-Nine's Jake Peralta. It is time to rank his best disguises.
Though the comedic plots and pranks of The Office are seen as beloved in the hearts of its fans, many of these actions were just plain mean.
One of the risks of making a long-running sitcom is having jokes that are no longer deemed socially acceptable before the finale has even aired.
While Two and a Half Men provided a lot of belly-aching laughs, its memes are even funnier than the sitcom. Get your laugh track ready and dive in!
The MBTI gives us all sorts of clues and information about our personalities and even the attitudes of sitcom dads. How do we all match up?
Set in World War II, Hogan's Heroes is a comedy classic dating back to the '60s. The sitcom contains many subtle and easily missable details.
The 90s were filled with a wide array of sitcoms, but for every big title, there was an abundance of spin-offs and total busts.