10 2000s sitcoms that everyone forgot about  


The New Adventures Of Old Christine (2006-2010) 

Julia Louis-Dreyfus is one of the most popular comedic actors in television history, having portrayed Elaine on Seinfeld and Selina Meyer on Veep.   


According To Jim (2001-2009) 

Jim claimed to have tracked Jim and Cheryl's married marital lives. Initially, the couple has three kids, but they end up with five in all.  


Reba (2001–2007) 

Reba McEntire is a multi-talented woman who excels not only as a country music singer (for which she has won multiple Academy of Country Music awards) but also as an actress.  


Rules Of Engagement (2007–2013)

One of the few sitcoms in the 2000s that centered on a group of friends free from childrearing obligations was Rules of Engagement. The seven seasons of the show ran from 2007 to 2013.   


What I Like About You (2002–2006) 

There were four seasons of the TV show What I Like About You, which starred Amanda Bynes and Jennie Garth. Two sisters who share a Manhattan apartment are the subject of the television series.  


Still Standing (2002–2006)

Still Standing aired for four seasons before it ended and it was yet another sitcom of the 2000s with the main focus being parents trying to figure out how to raise their kids. 


Grounded For Life (2001–2005) 

An intriguing reimagining of the 2000s family sitcom was Grounded For Life. Raising their three children and trying to grow up themselves means that parents Claudia and Sean have a lot of learning ahead of them.  


8 Simple Rules (2002–2005) 

Eight Simple Rules, starring John Ritter as the family father, Katey Sagal as the family's mother, and Cuoco as the eldest daughter, came out after Ritter's role as Jack Tripper in Three's Company but before Cuoco played Penny in The Big Bang Theory.  


So Little Time (2001) 

In the television series So Little Time, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen played Riley and Chloe Carlson. The sitcom chronicled the sisters' days at work, recreation, and high school.  


Dharma & Greg (1997–2002) 

Although Dharma & Greg began in the late 1990s, the most of its existence took place in the 2000s. The sitcom, which aired over 110 episodes over five seasons, was created by Chuck Lorre.