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Entdecke die besten Sitcoms: Black Books, Modern Family, Community, Scrubs - Die Anfänger, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, How I Met Your Mother. Sitcom. Abkürzung für Situation Comedy, also stark dialoglastiger Komödien. Sitcoms sind bis Minüter, in denen i.d.R. zwei Lacher pro Minute Pflicht. Dies ist eine Liste von Sitcoms, die im deutschsprachigen Fernsehen ausgestrahlt werden oder wurden. Die Auflistung bietet Beispiele und ist keinesfalls eine.

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Dies ist eine Liste von Sitcoms, die im deutschsprachigen Fernsehen ausgestrahlt werden oder wurden. Die Auflistung bietet Beispiele und ist keinesfalls eine. Entdecke die besten Sitcoms: Black Books, Modern Family, Community, Scrubs - Die Anfänger, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, How I Met Your Mother. Besonderheit, die von vielen Sitcoms genutzt wird ist das Beimischen von Publikumsgelächter in bestimmten komischen Situationen. Allerdings verschiebt sich. Die letzte Definition greift dabei den Aspekt auf, der in Deutschland am meisten mit einer Sitcom verbunden wird: Die Publikumsgeräusche z.B. Applaus und. Einige Sitcoms weisen auch gänzlich von den meisten anderen Sitcoms abweichende Strukturen auf. Humor ist ein wichtiger Aspekt in einer Sitcom, da dieser. Sitcom. Abkürzung für Situation Comedy, also stark dialoglastiger Komödien. Sitcoms sind bis Minüter, in denen i.d.R. zwei Lacher pro Minute Pflicht. Ihr kennt das Genre der "Sitcom", aber wisst gar nicht, wofür der Begriff steht? Netzwelt erklärt es euch.

Sitcom

Ihr kennt das Genre der "Sitcom", aber wisst gar nicht, wofür der Begriff steht? Netzwelt erklärt es euch. Sitcom S ị t | com 〈 f.; -, -s ; TV 〉 Fernsehserie, die wenig Handlung od. Ortswechsel bietet, sondern von der Komik der dargestellten Situationen u. Gespräche. Einige Sitcoms weisen auch gänzlich von den meisten anderen Sitcoms abweichende Strukturen auf. Humor ist ein wichtiger Aspekt in einer Sitcom, da dieser.

Like Cops , the series succeeded due to the insanity captured on camera, such as a roller-skating prostitute warning cops about a guy shooting babies with rocket launchers, or a repeat offender known for hiding under kiddie pools.

Reno ! Although we love and need our serious cop dramas, Reno ! Years: present Several shows have attempted to tackle the post-collegiate letdown of the working world, but following these three man-bros as they party their way through jobs at a telemarketing firm takes low-brow humor to astoundingly hilarious depths.

Adam Devine, Blake Anderson and Anders Holm along with their on-screen drug dealer and off-screen co-creator Kyle Newacheck take turns half-assing the climb up the corporate ladder, while maintaining an unwavering devotion to Super-blunt Sundays, Half-Christmas parties keg of egg nog and all and out-there drug experiences.

The result is a quotable, re-watchable series that is very tight butthole, indeed. Years: How many television shows actually become part of the national conversation?

But Murphy Brown was also much more than its most well-known zeitgeist moment. The classic half-hour gave viewers two shows in one: a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of a TV variety show and a warm-hearted family comedy.

The former allowed for plenty of sharp dialogue and fast-paced jokes courtesy of show creator Carl Reiner and co-stars Morey Amsterdam and Rose Marie, all playing comedy writers.

This is with good reason. One gets the sense that it could have gone over better had it been more squarely in the hands of its creators, but in its first season, ABC insisted the show be a comedy first and foremost.

Years: present To enjoy Black-ish is to enjoy all that the show has to offer in the name of entertainment. The sitcom about an upper class, black family is especially hilarious when the child stars Marsai Martin and Miles Brown are leading the plot.

Between them, Ray and Debra seemed like people who could easily be living across the street from you, which was the whole idea.

If Ray is the gravitational center of the show, Garrett is the heart and Roberts is the verve. Years: Present Produced mainly due to an unexpected surplus in the BBC budget, Red Dwarf was a fluke program that ended up becoming one of the most innovative and successful British sitcoms of all time.

The central premise concerns Dave Lister, a slovenly crew member on the titular Red Dwarf spaceship, who is put into suspended animation as punishment and—after a catastrophic radiation leak—awakens millions of years later as the last surviving human.

At times, the show would even downplay its farcical elements in favor of a more dramatic approach. In the process, Venture Bros. Now in its sixth season spanning 13 years , The Venture Bros.

Years: The classic British sitcom was essentially a sketch show in a sitcom format. It had regular characters and thinly drafted plots, but would constantly take weird detours and make absurd asides, often involving puppets and bands like Motorhead and Madness.

RIP Rik Mayall. Hasenpfeffer Incoporated! The low-rent, blue-collar, brewery-working buddies began their TV lives as friends of the Fonz.

Michael McKean and David Lander arrived fully formed as their upstairs neighbors Lenny and Squiggy, characters they created for comedy routines during college.

The general premise centers on a gang of aspiring LA-based actors, writers and entrepreneurs who make ends meet by working at a catering company.

This being Hollywood, their assignments veer from the mundane corporate retreats, birthday parties, weddings to the absurd backstage concert parties, porn awards, orgies.

No matter what the setting, however, the lackadaisical crew of Party Down catering can always be counted on to ruin the occasion, frequently in ways that leave the audience crying from laughter.

Taking cues from the best Judd Apatow productions, however, beneath all the crass, scatological humor and cringe-inducing scenarios lies a bittersweet story of dreams deferred and the lengths people go to, in order to find validation and acceptance.

From November to the end of its run in June , the series unquestionably earned its reputation as one of the most controversial and culturally significant pieces of modern American comedy through its unapologetic approach to blackness, painfully honest humor, and clever subversion of traditional cultural dialogue.

Ross Bonaime. I just wish it had been live TV. Broad City gives us two unforgettable characters who are desperately trying to become the boss bitches they are in their minds.

This epic friendship is instantaneously contagious, and the brilliant plots, centered on the two twenty-somethings scraping by in New York City, makes this one of the great, most promising new-ish series.

Years: Chris Rock is one of the funniest comedians of all time. This is far from a controversial stance.

Upon developing a period sitcom about his Brooklyn childhood for the now defunct UPN back in the mids, however, the question emerged of whether or not his brand of knowing, acerbic comedy could survive the transition to network TV.

The answer proved to be both yes and no. The result was a family sitcom that both harkened back to the Norman Lear comedies of old, while still retaining the rapid pace and tight construction of the best single-camera productions.

Name one other popular, long-running sitcom where the protagonists—people we at least like , if not agree with—are staunch conservative, mildly redneck individuals.

Its fatalism was deep, dark and often hilarious, and one got the sense that few shows have ever actually captured the zeitgeist of their subjects more accurately.

Much of this comes from the brilliant Redd Foxx, who delivered an iconic performance as the titular Sanford, co-owner of a junk store.

Years: One of the most perfectly cast sitcoms of the past 20 years, NewsRadio elevated the stature of the workplace comedy, thanks to a marvelous absurdist streak and an unwillingness to stick to the rules of the traditional three-act structure.

Few lessons are learned and no one within the show really grows as a human being. The show maintained decent ratings numbers for four seasons, but its spirit was deflated prior to season five due to the untimely death of Hartman.

Years: Motherhood changes you: your body, your priorities, your relationship with your significant other. And not all of them are drastic or even negative.

Once a happy-go-lucky, free-spirited mother after the birth of her first child, Francis, she grows into the dark, paranoid, tough, sometimes cruel disciplinarian she is at the premiere of the show.

Her loving relationship with her husband, seems, curiously enough, largely untouched. Years: This Cosby Show spin-off had a rocky start, but after writing out Denise Huxtable and hiring Debbie Allen to oversee it before the second season, it turned into one of the most distinct sitcoms in TV history.

Instead of focusing on one member of a beloved TV family in a new setting, it refocused on the setting itself, a historically black college called Hillman that was a fictional stand-in for Howard University.

Quite the contrary, out of all the classical sitcoms, Andy Griffith not only boasts a remarkably sharp comedic sensibility that has stood the test of time, but also demonstrates a sense of naturalism that remains notable even to this day.

A beautifully crafted relic of a time and place long gone, The Andy Griffith Show has more than earned its position as a newfound icon of Americana.

And, for a series whose beating heart was NYC, the show did not do well in its presentation of gay characters or characters of color whenever they showed up.

Hell, even the main character was problematic and difficult to root for at times—Carrie Bradshaw Sarah Jessica Parker , the not-so-eloquent writer who was better at choosing a pair of Manolo Blahniks than making decisions in her love life Team Aiden?

And if Samantha was too much for you, Charlotte York Kristin Davis and Miranda Hobbes Cynthia Nixon offered up their own unique perspectives, giving the foursome an original, entertaining, and important balance of personalities and feminist or anti-feminist outlooks.

Whatever class issues, or race issues, or gender and sexuality issues Sex and the City might have swept under the rug or addressed in an off-putting way , it still functioned as a loud, oft-obscene call for agency among the marginalized.

Years: Very few shows are able to teeter on the tightrope of daytime soap opera and a laugh-out-loud sitcom without going overboard. During the 90s era of successful black TV sitcoms, Living Single was the flyest.

It remained in the Top 5 as the most watched African American show during its entire 5-year run and eventually knocked Martin out the No.

The beloved show had unforgettable style, unparalleled verbal sparring between Kyle and Max and an opening credit theme song by Queen Latifah that has since become iconic.

Yvette Lee Bowser a producer on A Different World drew on experiences from her life to create the award-winning show that followed six single African Americans in their 20s living in a brownstone in Brooklyn, New York dealing with their personal and professional lives.

Khadijah, Synclaire, Regine, Max, Kyle, and Overton chemistry as a group was comedy perfection, introducing a special kind of humor, personality, and heart to network TV, that is missed today.

Years: Like many a sitcom star, national treasure Bob Newhart made his name as a comedian first, thanks to his best-selling series of standup albums including the Grammy-winning The Button-Down Mind of Bob Newhart.

As his celebrity rose, Hollywood came a-calling leading to several dalliances with TV shows and the occasional film appearance. But what cemented his legacy in the small screen universe was this titular sitcom, on which he played a frequently put-upon psychologist barely putting up with his troubled clientele, his sharp-witted assistant played by the late great Marcia Wallace , and the other folks that worked in his office building.

There was such a lived-in quality to their on-screen marriage that made their tart interactions completely believable.

Years: Following the attempts of a pair of South London brothers living with their grandfather, scheming to get rich, Only Fools and Horses dominated British TV in the s, watched by up to a third of the U.

Del Boy Trotter has the ambition to make it selling goods on the black market, but not the wisdom to match it.

After the death of his mother, he raised his much younger brother Rodney, an easily manipulated sidekick.

The show featured some of the best-developed characters of any sitcom, especially owing to the trademark narration by Daniel Stern, which examined all the events with the knowledge of age.

The Wonder Years was filled with those kinds of revelations. Years: Happy Days had already literally jumped the shark before the Reagan era began.

But the show endures—in our hearts and on our late-night TV blocks—all these years because of its endearing innocence, whether from Marion Cunningham or her kids Richie and Joanie.

When Ron Howard left after seven seasons gone off to the army , Fonzie carried the series on his leather-jacket-clad shoulders. Years: Bob Newhart had the best second act in sitcom history.

Newhart featured career work from Tom Poston, Julia Duffy and Peter Scolari, and its remote Vermont setting lead to the creation of three of the most memorable breakout sitcom characters of the s: Larry, his brother Darryl, and his other brother Darryl.

Newhart was a smart, confident, hilarious show, and people still talk about the ingenious twist in its final episode 26 years later.

Our hero struggles gamely in the face of a seemingly uncaring world, sighs, over-acts just the slightest bit, and presses onward despite a lack of hope.

There are sitcoms that just want to make you laugh, there are sitcoms that seek meaning through the addition of emotions like sadness and anger, and then there are sitcoms that seek those depths with a studied absurdity that slowly transforms into sincerity—and then back again.

Nobody else is doing it. A bit of a blowhard and a paper tiger, Martin is a funny guy who likes to act tough, but is secretly a softy on the inside, a characteristic only rarely seen by his more serious, long-suffering girlfriend, Gina.

The show had a bit of an odd conclusion, as a sexual harassment lawsuit from Tisha Campbell resulted in her being absent through a good portion of the final season.

Years: In terms of pure marketability, Friends was a juggernaut. Everyone watched Friends. Parents watched alongside kids. Its success may be the ultimate reminder that truly populist sitcoms are all about the characters and not necessarily the storylines.

The reach of Friends extends to every end of pop culture, even fashion. That is the definition of influence. Other comedians and well-known actors appeared as guests, playing exaggerated or satirical versions of themselves, toying with audience expectations.

Years: first run Totally under-appreciated in its original run, one gets the sense that Futurama at first suffered from misplaced expectations.

Knowing it was coming from Matt Groening, perhaps people expected a futuristic version of The Simpsons , but Futurama is fundamentally different in quite a few aspects.

Although it was similar in its satirical lampooning of modern or futuristic daily life and media, it was also capable of being surprisingly—even shockingly—emotional at times.

Years: present The idea behind Sunny is simple yet brilliant—bring together the most narcissistic and cruel characters imaginable and let them wreak havoc on the world.

To entertain themselves, the group hatches one scheme after another. Years: present Though this HBO sitcom does a great job skewering the doublespeak and hyper-positivity of the tech world, Silicon Valley shines the brightest when the antisocial misfits of startup Pied Piper find themselves in more and more ridiculous situations.

And it located it very early on, as evidenced by that still-genius scene at the end of Season One where all the Pied Piper engineers, realizing their imminent defeat at TechCrunch Disrupt, decided to devote their time to calculating the fastest way to jerk off a room full of men.

But they want better for us, which is how we get a series that wants to dip its toes, occasionally, into the waters of pure indecency, all while holding a mirror up to the insanity of the trillions of dollars being tossed around in the tech industry.

Robert Ham. But with replacements for all but Radar firmly in place, there was still enough momentum in the end to make the season finale the most-watched TV episode up to that point in history with million viewers.

Years: present Veep satirizes the political world by distilling it down to what the public likes to watch most: the screw-ups.

From foot-in-mouth moments to mis-sent documents to squeaky shoes, everything Selina Meyer Julia Louis Dreyfus does is scrutinized, turned into an offense, and spit back at her through the distorted prism of Twitter and never-ending public opinion polling.

Because the main thing Veep stays true to is shining a light on the people more desperate to be near power than to make any real social impact.

Dreyfus may be the funniest person on TV right now. Unlike the Fox program, however, the stories of Roseanne and Dan Conner and their rambunctious kids were almost always rooted in heart.

In a landscape filled with pretty people and their petty problems, Roseanne chose to tackle the realities of a blue-collar family struggling to get by.

Besides highlighting a side of America not seen since the heyday of Norman Lear, the show also used its primetime platform to discuss controversial issues of birth control, drug abuse and homosexuality.

Years: J. Instead Scrubs was character-driven. It was consistently overlooked by the Emmy Awards, and viewership dwindled throughout the seasons.

Still, the witty writing and off-beat characters deserved more. But in its prime, it was one of the best sitcoms on TV. Curb was Seinfeldian in its rhythms, with David basically playing the George Costanza version of himself as an eternally perturbed and self-defeating schlemiel who just happens to be fantastically wealthy after creating a show called Seinfeld.

A lot of cringe comedy forgets to actually be funny, but that was never a problem for Curb , which remained as funny and cringeworthy as ever over its eight seasons.

Each week, Archie would find his limited worldview challenged by the likes of his counter-culture-friendly son-in-law, thus opening the doors to discussions that were as illuminating as they were humorous.

Instead, in telling the story of a ragtag group of community college students, the show used its vast pop culture vernacular as a vessel for telling surprisingly resonant stories about outcasts attempting to find acceptance, a sense of belonging and, yes, community.

Whether the Greendale study group was participating in an epic game of paintball or being confined to their study room in search of a pen, Harmon and Co.

Years: Most beloved opening theme song of the s? Of course, he ultimately had the last laugh as the fish-out-of-water story of Fresh Prince became popular immediately and survives in syndication to this day.

Smith went on to become Hollywood elite, and the rest of the country learned to dance The Carlton. Everyone wins. Years: Barney Miller had all the witty banter and shaggy charm of your typical workplace comedy.

It just so happened that this one took place within the dingy, paper-strewn squad room of the 12th Precinct. Along the way, Capt.

Miller and his crew of hangdog detectives dealt with all manner of crimes, squabbles, and broke open the occasional social issue like drugs and gay rights for examination.

What it never got was too preachy, too dark, or too scary, even though all the cops on the scene were carrying pieces. Instead, the crew took everything in stride, washed down with a mug of lukewarm coffee.

Years: Many of the sitcoms on this list are paeans to blue-collar family life, but Frasier was the odd show that made cultural elites and eggheads somehow seem like lovable characters to a mass audience.

Both Frasier and his brother Niles can be infuriatingly snobbish, but audiences soon found that when their petty jealousies were directed at each other, they could also be hilarious.

Viewers waited a hell of a long time in particular for the long-teased relationship between Niles and Daphne to finally come to fruition seven full seasons.

Frazier, on the other hand, is never really lucky in love, but he was always better as a semi-depressed single, turning his probing mind on himself.

Dorothy Bea Arthur is the put-upon voice of reason. Her snarky mother Sophia Estelle Getty is always ready with a pithy one-liner.

Blanche Rue McClanahan reminisces constantly about nights of passionate romance. And all of this goes right over the head of doe-eyed, naive Rose Betty White.

Through it all, the show has incredible heart and over the years we grew to care as deeply for these four women, as they clearly cared for one another.

Eher selten bekommt die Serie ein bewusst dramatisches Element wie in Roseanne. Da sich das Publikum in jeder Folge sofort zurechtfinden soll, darf sich das Grundprinzip der Serie nie ändern, es sei denn, Schauspieler und damit ihre Rollen scheiden aus oder kommen dazu.

Dies hat zur Folge, dass Sitcoms prinzipiell eine eher konservative Ausrichtung haben. Seriencharaktere dürfen daher nicht sterben oder ernsthafte bzw.

Seit den frühen er Jahren weichen vermehrt Serien von diesem Prinzip ab. Der typische Aufbau einer Sitcom-Folge ist folgender:. Das geschieht dann meistens im Mehr-Kamera-Verfahren mit drei bis fünf Kameras, weil es zeitsparender ist.

Diese Stative sind mit Rollen versehen und gestatten mit Hilfe einer eingebauten Pumpe in der Mittelsäule eine rasche Höhenverstellung der Kameras.

So können die Kameras zügig und frei am ganzen Set bewegt werden, was für den Produktionsfluss entscheidend ist. CBS bat sie daraufhin, eine Fernsehsendung zu entwickeln.

Da Lucille Ball und ihr Ehemann Desi Arnaz , ein kubanischer Bandleader, zusammenarbeiten wollten, konzipierten sie eine Handlung um eine leicht verrückte Ehefrau und deren Ehemann, einen Bandleader.

Um die Sendung in den unterschiedlichen Zeitzonen der USA jeweils zur besten Sendezeit ausstrahlen zu können, wurde sie auf Film aufgenommen Fernsehsendungen wurden damals üblicherweise im Kinescope -Verfahren aufgenommen, also von einem Bildschirm abgefilmt.

Damit Lucille Ball ihr komisches Talent ausspielen konnte, wurde die Sendung dennoch vor einem Publikum aufgezeichnet, so dass Ball auf Lacher und Stimmungen der Zuschauer reagieren konnte.

Das Lachen des Publikums war für den Fernsehzuschauer hörbar; es entstand das Gefühl, einem Live-Ereignis beizuwohnen. Diese Verfahren werden vor allem dann angewendet, wenn es in der Serie viele Rückblenden gibt und durch die vielen Szenen eine Aufnahme vor Publikum zu aufwendig wäre.

Eine Kamera nimmt das Geschehen in einer Totalen auf, die anderen beiden konzentrieren sich auf die agierenden und reagierenden Figuren. Aus den drei Filmstreifen, die dasselbe Geschehen aus drei unterschiedlichen Perspektiven aufgenommen haben, wird später die Sendung zusammengeschnitten.

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The series holds the record for most total Emmy wins, 37, shattering the record of 29 which had been set by The Mary Tyler Moore Show.

Frasier is considered the most successful spin-off series in television history, beginning its run one season after Cheers went off the air, where the character of Frasier Crane had been appearing for nine years.

Frasier ran from to The series was created by Larry David , who stars as a semi-fictionalized version of himself following his life after the end of his work in Seinfeld.

Curb Your Enthusiasm has received high critical acclaim and has grown in popularity since its debut. Arrested Development is a sitcom created by Mitchell Hurwitz, which originally aired on Fox for three seasons from 2 November to 10 February A fourth season of 15 episodes was released on Netflix on 26 May After its debut in , Arrested Development gained a cult following and received widespread critical acclaim, six Primetime Emmy Awards , and one Golden Globe Award.

It is an adaptation of the BBC series of the same name. The first season of The Office was met with mixed reviews, but the following four seasons received widespread acclaim from television critics.

These seasons were included on several critics' year-end top TV series lists, winning several awards including four Primetime Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Comedy Series in While later seasons were criticized for a decline in quality, earlier writers oversaw the final season and ended the show's run with a positive reception.

The show won 9 Emmy awards and 18 awards in general, whilst being nominated for 72 awards. It became successful in many places across the world.

The Big Bang Theory was a sitcom named after the scientific theory. It began airing in on CBS and completed season 12, its final season, in The show was set in Pasadena, California and focused on five main characters later on others get promoted to starring roles , Leonard Hofstadter experimental physicist and Sheldon Cooper theoretical physicist who live across the hall from aspiring actress Penny.

Leonard and Sheldon are friends with Howard Wolowitz aerospace engineer and Raj Koothrappali astrophysicist. Later additions include Bernadette Rostenkowski microbiologist , Amy Farrah Fowler neurobiologist , Stuart Bloom comic-book store owner and Emily Sweeney dermatologist.

Season 7 had On 14 July , the series was nominated for 22 Primetime Emmy Awards, the most in a single year for a comedy series.. The series is presented in mockumentary style, with the fictional characters frequently talking directly into the camera.

It has so far won a total of 22 Emmy awards from 75 nominations. The series received mixed reviews during its first season, but after re-working its tone and format, the second and subsequent seasons were widely acclaimed.

It is widely considered one of the best sitcoms of all time. New Girl is a single-camera sitcom centered around a group of guy roommates adjusting to a new addition to their Los Angeles loft in the form of Jess, portrayed by Zooey Deschanel which premiered in on Fox.

New Girl has received favorable responses from critics and was named one of the best new comedies of the fall season. The pilot episode drew Brooklyn Nine-Nine is a police sitcom set in the fictional 99th precinct in Brooklyn which premiered in on Fox.

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Quite the contrary, out of all the classical sitcoms, Andy Griffith not only boasts a remarkably sharp comedic sensibility that has stood the test of time, but also demonstrates a sense of naturalism that remains notable even to this day.

A beautifully crafted relic of a time and place long gone, The Andy Griffith Show has more than earned its position as a newfound icon of Americana.

And, for a series whose beating heart was NYC, the show did not do well in its presentation of gay characters or characters of color whenever they showed up.

Hell, even the main character was problematic and difficult to root for at times—Carrie Bradshaw Sarah Jessica Parker , the not-so-eloquent writer who was better at choosing a pair of Manolo Blahniks than making decisions in her love life Team Aiden?

And if Samantha was too much for you, Charlotte York Kristin Davis and Miranda Hobbes Cynthia Nixon offered up their own unique perspectives, giving the foursome an original, entertaining, and important balance of personalities and feminist or anti-feminist outlooks.

Whatever class issues, or race issues, or gender and sexuality issues Sex and the City might have swept under the rug or addressed in an off-putting way , it still functioned as a loud, oft-obscene call for agency among the marginalized.

Years: Very few shows are able to teeter on the tightrope of daytime soap opera and a laugh-out-loud sitcom without going overboard. During the 90s era of successful black TV sitcoms, Living Single was the flyest.

It remained in the Top 5 as the most watched African American show during its entire 5-year run and eventually knocked Martin out the No.

The beloved show had unforgettable style, unparalleled verbal sparring between Kyle and Max and an opening credit theme song by Queen Latifah that has since become iconic.

Yvette Lee Bowser a producer on A Different World drew on experiences from her life to create the award-winning show that followed six single African Americans in their 20s living in a brownstone in Brooklyn, New York dealing with their personal and professional lives.

Khadijah, Synclaire, Regine, Max, Kyle, and Overton chemistry as a group was comedy perfection, introducing a special kind of humor, personality, and heart to network TV, that is missed today.

Years: Like many a sitcom star, national treasure Bob Newhart made his name as a comedian first, thanks to his best-selling series of standup albums including the Grammy-winning The Button-Down Mind of Bob Newhart.

As his celebrity rose, Hollywood came a-calling leading to several dalliances with TV shows and the occasional film appearance.

But what cemented his legacy in the small screen universe was this titular sitcom, on which he played a frequently put-upon psychologist barely putting up with his troubled clientele, his sharp-witted assistant played by the late great Marcia Wallace , and the other folks that worked in his office building.

There was such a lived-in quality to their on-screen marriage that made their tart interactions completely believable. Years: Following the attempts of a pair of South London brothers living with their grandfather, scheming to get rich, Only Fools and Horses dominated British TV in the s, watched by up to a third of the U.

Del Boy Trotter has the ambition to make it selling goods on the black market, but not the wisdom to match it. After the death of his mother, he raised his much younger brother Rodney, an easily manipulated sidekick.

The show featured some of the best-developed characters of any sitcom, especially owing to the trademark narration by Daniel Stern, which examined all the events with the knowledge of age.

The Wonder Years was filled with those kinds of revelations. Years: Happy Days had already literally jumped the shark before the Reagan era began.

But the show endures—in our hearts and on our late-night TV blocks—all these years because of its endearing innocence, whether from Marion Cunningham or her kids Richie and Joanie.

When Ron Howard left after seven seasons gone off to the army , Fonzie carried the series on his leather-jacket-clad shoulders. Years: Bob Newhart had the best second act in sitcom history.

Newhart featured career work from Tom Poston, Julia Duffy and Peter Scolari, and its remote Vermont setting lead to the creation of three of the most memorable breakout sitcom characters of the s: Larry, his brother Darryl, and his other brother Darryl.

Newhart was a smart, confident, hilarious show, and people still talk about the ingenious twist in its final episode 26 years later.

Our hero struggles gamely in the face of a seemingly uncaring world, sighs, over-acts just the slightest bit, and presses onward despite a lack of hope.

There are sitcoms that just want to make you laugh, there are sitcoms that seek meaning through the addition of emotions like sadness and anger, and then there are sitcoms that seek those depths with a studied absurdity that slowly transforms into sincerity—and then back again.

Nobody else is doing it. A bit of a blowhard and a paper tiger, Martin is a funny guy who likes to act tough, but is secretly a softy on the inside, a characteristic only rarely seen by his more serious, long-suffering girlfriend, Gina.

The show had a bit of an odd conclusion, as a sexual harassment lawsuit from Tisha Campbell resulted in her being absent through a good portion of the final season.

Years: In terms of pure marketability, Friends was a juggernaut. Everyone watched Friends. Parents watched alongside kids.

Its success may be the ultimate reminder that truly populist sitcoms are all about the characters and not necessarily the storylines.

The reach of Friends extends to every end of pop culture, even fashion. That is the definition of influence. Other comedians and well-known actors appeared as guests, playing exaggerated or satirical versions of themselves, toying with audience expectations.

Years: first run Totally under-appreciated in its original run, one gets the sense that Futurama at first suffered from misplaced expectations.

Knowing it was coming from Matt Groening, perhaps people expected a futuristic version of The Simpsons , but Futurama is fundamentally different in quite a few aspects.

Although it was similar in its satirical lampooning of modern or futuristic daily life and media, it was also capable of being surprisingly—even shockingly—emotional at times.

Years: present The idea behind Sunny is simple yet brilliant—bring together the most narcissistic and cruel characters imaginable and let them wreak havoc on the world.

To entertain themselves, the group hatches one scheme after another. Years: present Though this HBO sitcom does a great job skewering the doublespeak and hyper-positivity of the tech world, Silicon Valley shines the brightest when the antisocial misfits of startup Pied Piper find themselves in more and more ridiculous situations.

And it located it very early on, as evidenced by that still-genius scene at the end of Season One where all the Pied Piper engineers, realizing their imminent defeat at TechCrunch Disrupt, decided to devote their time to calculating the fastest way to jerk off a room full of men.

But they want better for us, which is how we get a series that wants to dip its toes, occasionally, into the waters of pure indecency, all while holding a mirror up to the insanity of the trillions of dollars being tossed around in the tech industry.

Robert Ham. But with replacements for all but Radar firmly in place, there was still enough momentum in the end to make the season finale the most-watched TV episode up to that point in history with million viewers.

Years: present Veep satirizes the political world by distilling it down to what the public likes to watch most: the screw-ups.

From foot-in-mouth moments to mis-sent documents to squeaky shoes, everything Selina Meyer Julia Louis Dreyfus does is scrutinized, turned into an offense, and spit back at her through the distorted prism of Twitter and never-ending public opinion polling.

Because the main thing Veep stays true to is shining a light on the people more desperate to be near power than to make any real social impact.

Dreyfus may be the funniest person on TV right now. Unlike the Fox program, however, the stories of Roseanne and Dan Conner and their rambunctious kids were almost always rooted in heart.

In a landscape filled with pretty people and their petty problems, Roseanne chose to tackle the realities of a blue-collar family struggling to get by.

Besides highlighting a side of America not seen since the heyday of Norman Lear, the show also used its primetime platform to discuss controversial issues of birth control, drug abuse and homosexuality.

Years: J. Instead Scrubs was character-driven. It was consistently overlooked by the Emmy Awards, and viewership dwindled throughout the seasons.

Still, the witty writing and off-beat characters deserved more. But in its prime, it was one of the best sitcoms on TV.

Curb was Seinfeldian in its rhythms, with David basically playing the George Costanza version of himself as an eternally perturbed and self-defeating schlemiel who just happens to be fantastically wealthy after creating a show called Seinfeld.

A lot of cringe comedy forgets to actually be funny, but that was never a problem for Curb , which remained as funny and cringeworthy as ever over its eight seasons.

Each week, Archie would find his limited worldview challenged by the likes of his counter-culture-friendly son-in-law, thus opening the doors to discussions that were as illuminating as they were humorous.

Instead, in telling the story of a ragtag group of community college students, the show used its vast pop culture vernacular as a vessel for telling surprisingly resonant stories about outcasts attempting to find acceptance, a sense of belonging and, yes, community.

Whether the Greendale study group was participating in an epic game of paintball or being confined to their study room in search of a pen, Harmon and Co.

Years: Most beloved opening theme song of the s? Of course, he ultimately had the last laugh as the fish-out-of-water story of Fresh Prince became popular immediately and survives in syndication to this day.

Smith went on to become Hollywood elite, and the rest of the country learned to dance The Carlton. Everyone wins. Years: Barney Miller had all the witty banter and shaggy charm of your typical workplace comedy.

It just so happened that this one took place within the dingy, paper-strewn squad room of the 12th Precinct. Along the way, Capt.

Miller and his crew of hangdog detectives dealt with all manner of crimes, squabbles, and broke open the occasional social issue like drugs and gay rights for examination.

What it never got was too preachy, too dark, or too scary, even though all the cops on the scene were carrying pieces. Instead, the crew took everything in stride, washed down with a mug of lukewarm coffee.

Years: Many of the sitcoms on this list are paeans to blue-collar family life, but Frasier was the odd show that made cultural elites and eggheads somehow seem like lovable characters to a mass audience.

Both Frasier and his brother Niles can be infuriatingly snobbish, but audiences soon found that when their petty jealousies were directed at each other, they could also be hilarious.

Viewers waited a hell of a long time in particular for the long-teased relationship between Niles and Daphne to finally come to fruition seven full seasons.

Frazier, on the other hand, is never really lucky in love, but he was always better as a semi-depressed single, turning his probing mind on himself.

Dorothy Bea Arthur is the put-upon voice of reason. Her snarky mother Sophia Estelle Getty is always ready with a pithy one-liner.

Blanche Rue McClanahan reminisces constantly about nights of passionate romance. And all of this goes right over the head of doe-eyed, naive Rose Betty White.

Through it all, the show has incredible heart and over the years we grew to care as deeply for these four women, as they clearly cared for one another.

Years: Even if you were born long after the show premiered, you probably are familiar with its most iconic moments—Mary triumphantly tossing her hat in the air, the death of Chuckles the clown or the traveling group hug that ended the series.

Mary Richards Moore remains iconic as the first single, career woman to ever be the subject of a television show. She lived by herself!

Made her own decisions! Can you believe it? This was an office-based comedy in a time when family comedies were all the rage. Plus Mary had spunk, and we love spunk.

Years: present The South Park of the s was quite a different show from the one it grew into over the years. In its earliest episodes, it was absolutely committed to raising as much controversy as possible, which was certainly a success in terms of media coverage alone.

Years: Parks and Recreation started its run as a fairly typical mirror of The Office , but in its third season, the student became the master.

Parks flourished over the years with some of the most unique and interesting characters in modern comedy.

And the beloved comedy accomplished the near-impossible and went out on top in when the series came to an end. But Leslie Knope and her merry band of friends kept us laughing and crying right up until the series finale, which offered a powerfully good farewell to one of the most creative and beloved network series in a long time.

It could be argued that no one had a bigger audience for interracial dialogue than Lear. Years: Remakes are not easy.

But the U. He was the best boss in the world, and had the mug to prove it. Carrell brilliantly walked the fine line of being absolutely clueless about interpersonal relationships, but fairly competent as a salesman.

Amid all the irony, the series brought viewers the sweet romance of Jim and Pam, the not-so-sweet romance of Dwight and Angela and some terrific office shenanigans.

The show was often preposterous, but always had heart. There was a little bit of our co-workers in every Office character.

Years: I Love Lucy is one of the most iconic sitcoms of all time. Many series have clearly been and still are influenced by the wacky adventures of Lucy and Ricky Ricardo, but I Love Lucy also played a major role in what would become a staple of the sitcom genre—reruns and syndication, born out of necessity after Ball became pregnant while filming.

Ball and Arnaz were consistently determined to bring their unique vision to television, which ultimately resulted in a reinvention of the modern sitcom.

The comedy is heartbreaking, dark, brutal and oppressive—it stares into the deadening abyss of modern capitalism, which for so many people takes the form of dreary office jobs that eat up our time and slowly kill our souls, and it viciously attacks the entire structure.

At its heart is David Brent, the incompetent, pompous narcissist who is one of the least lovable, most insecure leads in sitcom history.

He fancies himself a kind of guru, but is in fact a moron, and his interactions with his deadly serious underling Gareth are beyond delightful.

And even in this bleak setting, Gervais manages to reach our heartstrings with the awkward, slowly budding romance between Tim and Dawn, which stops short of the soap operatic smaltz of the American version for one thing, Gervais has the balls to cast average-looking leads in his show, which would never happen over here and has the capacity to actually make you ache.

This seminal comedy gives up nothing too easily—its default setting is disappointment and ennui, always striving to undercut its principles—and that fact makes each move toward something brighter feel truly beautiful and truly earned.

Years: The spiritual successor to Arrested Development , 30 Rock succeeded where its competition failed by largely ignoring the actual process of creating a TV show and instead focusing on the life of one individual in charge of the process, played by show creator Tina Fey.

Suffice to say, it succeeded. Years: George Jefferson may have been moving on up, but The Cosby Show gave the nation a more relatable glimpse of the growing middle-class among African Americans, dealing with race, but much more often, dealing with the trials that we all faced.

Still, Hurwitz packed a whole lot of awesome into three short seasons. How much awesome? Well, there was the chicken dance, for starters.

There was Mrs. Arrested Development took self-referencing postmodernism to an absurdist extreme, jumping shark after shark, but that was the point.

They even brought on the original shark-jumper—Henry Winkler—as the family lawyer. And when he was replaced, naturally, it was by Scott Baio.

Each of the Bluth family members was among the best characters on television, and Jason Bateman played a brilliant straight man to them all.

The fact that the show has been in continual reruns and syndication since its million viewer finale proves how beloved it remains to this day: Seinfeld is still making money for networks 16 years after it ended.

Its grasp on pop culture minutia was on another level entirely, as was its distaste for typical sitcom conventions. Long-term relationships and love triangles were practically non-existent on Seinfeld.

Never did characters offer sappy apologies to each other. Never did they even learn from their mistakes! The final years of Cheers were when all these characters got to shine, especially Rhea Perlman as Carla and Kelsey Grammer, who joined the cast full-time before spinning off into Frasier.

The finale episode received mixed reactions at the time, but nostalgia has pushed it into favorable territory, especially given the happy endings that most characters receive.

Every type of humor is present, from the ubiquitous pop culture references to self-referential parody, slapstick, wordplay and simply silly, iconic characters.

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