Curb Your Enthusiasm

Co-creator of Seinfeld This HBO sitcom, which follows Larry David, the hugely successful and obnoxious co-creator of Seinfeld, is written and starred by Larry David.

The Office

This submission comes from both sides of the Atlantic. With their office setting mockumentary, Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant produced one of the most well-liked Christmas specials and influential sitcoms of the century in just two seasons.

Arrested Development

Jason Bateman, the most capable son of a wealthy family headed by a corrupt businessman (Jeffrey Tambor), must stand up and maintain order in his disorganised household.


In her modern masterpiece, Phoebe Waller-Bridge depicts a young, bereaved woman attempting to manage her existence.

The Inbetweener

Almost everyone can recall a memory from their adolescence that makes them utterly cringe.

Peep Show

Peep Show, a modern-day version of The Odd Couple, introduces us to Mark (David Mitchell) and Jeremy (Robert Webb), two longtime roommates and close friends from college who live in south London.

I Think You Should Leave

Sketch comedy is frequently the greatest medium for examining odd societal customs or purely absurd humorous ideas.

Nathan For You

This occasionally distressing mockumentary series is produced by Nathan Fielder using his strong academic performance from one of Canada's top business institutions and his unrivalled talent for making people feel uncomfortable.

The Eric Andre Show

In this Adult Swim sitcom that seems to be a combination between Jackass and The Tonight Show, Eric Andre conducts television's most insane talk show.


The host of a review show is required to go through any life event that his audience wants of him to have in order to give it a rating out of five stars in this Comedy Central underrated gem.