Top binge-worthy sitcoms you should watch right now

Top binge worthy sitcoms
Top binge worthy sitcoms that you should watch right now

When people talk about what they’ve been binging, they frequently refer to TV shows and action-adventure series, both of which contain multi-episode plots. If not, then it has to be something from the horror genre. However, binge-watching sitcoms may be just as entertaining, if not more.

A good TV comedy can be as addicting as an edge-of-your-seat thriller, whether it features love subplots that take several seasons to develop or simply delivers hilarious gags at a steady pace, sitcoms can give you a full dose of entertainment.

Here are top binge-worthy sitcoms that you can watch while having a dinner party:


Fleabag

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As she steers the love of life in London while coping with tragedy, a dry-witted lady known only as Fleabag has no filter. Fleabag maintains her swagger despite the fact that the furious, grief-stricken lady strives to recover while rejecting anybody who tries to aid her.

Party Down

Top binge worthy sitcoms

Party Down tells the story of a group of poor dreamers who are forced to work for tips while waiting for their big break. These misfits interact with guests at anything from sweet sixteen celebrations to the most opulent Hollywood soirees as workers of the L.A. catering firm Party Down.

Catastrophe

Top binge worthy sitcoms

Catastrophe is a British comedy that premiered on Channel 4 on January 19, 2015. It stars Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney, who play single people who become a relationship after she falls pregnant unexpectedly after a flirtation while he is in London on business. In the series, Carrie Fisher, Ashley Jensen, and Mark Bonnar play supporting roles.


Better Off Ted

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Better Off Ted is a humorous situational comedy about the workers of Veridian Dynamics, a stereotypically villainous megacorporation. Veridian Dynamics tests its personnel, distorts the truth, and will go to any length to achieve its objectives.

One day at a Time

Top binge worthy sitcoms

The American sitcom One Day at a Time is based on the 1975 television series of the same name. Act III Productions, led by executive producer Norman Lear, contacted Sony Pictures Television with the notion of reinventing the classic series with a Latino family. The first series was executive produced by Lear. Gloria Calderón Kellett and Mike Royce created the show, while Lear and his production partner Brent Miller served as executive producers.

Veep

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Veep follows the new Vice President as she puts out political fires, juggles her public and private lives, and uses her limited abilities to mend her troubled relationship with the president. Selina Meyer, a former senator, has accepted the position of Vice President of the United States.


Arrested Development

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After his father is jailed for questionable accounting techniques at the family-owned company and the Bluth family assets are frozen, Michael Bluth, a widower with a 13-year-old son called George-Michael, is compelled to keep his big and chaotic family together.

Parks and Recreation

Leslie Knope, the deputy director of the parks and recreation department in the fictional Indiana town of Pawnee, stars in Parks and Recreation. After her lover, Andy Dwyer, fell in and fractured his legs, local nurse Ann Perkins is demanding that a construction hole adjacent to her house be filled in. Despite opposition from parks director Ron Swanson, an anti-government Libertarian, Leslie promises to transform the hole into a park.

Leslie has love emotions for city planner Mark Brendanawicz, who pragmatically thinks the idea is unachievable owing to government red tape, but privately persuades Ron to accept it. Leslie and her team, which includes Tom Haverford and April Ludgate, an indifferent summer intern, try to pique community interest in the pit project, but they run into opposition.


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