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Flo
CBS,

1980

| Comedy

The flirty, fiery, gum-chomping waitress from 'Alice' is the boss at her own cafe in this spin-off after she buys a fixer-upper in her small Texas home town.


World Star TV
MTV2,

2017

| Comedy

World Star TV incorporates all those qualities in one crazy, unpredictable half hour show. Our host CP holds court in the World Star Studio with a live audience and takes down the funniest clips on World Star with his hilarious group of friends. He'll also sit down with emerging and established stars in the world of hip hop for exclusive World Star interviews. It's a brand new late night experience for the World Star generation.


Malcolm & Eddie
UPN,

1996

| Comedy

Apparently opposites do attract. Malcolm and Eddie are as different as one can imagine. Nevertheless, they're best friends who manage to be roommates as well as co-workers and not kill each other.


The Chris Ramsey Show

Chris's guests will chat and compete against each other in a series of physical feats and Ramsey Challenges before trying to outdo each other in Gamewreckers, where they'll play classic computer games while Chris does his best to distract them with wrestlers, electrocution bracelets and a paddle-whipping dominatrix.


Flodder
Veronica,

1993

| Comedy
Rating: 5/5

A rather asocial family gets a chance to live in an upper-class neighborhood. As they are not accepted by the snobs living there, they get in all sorts of trouble.


Sunday Dinner
CBS,

1991

| Comedy

The series starred Robert Loggia as Ben Benedict, a widowed 50-something businessman in Long Island who falls in love with a 26-year-old lawyer by the name of TT Fagori (Teri Hatcher). Being true to Norman Lear style, the situation of Ben and TT's age difference was an issue in itself, but the show also tackled other environmental and social issues in the way that his earlier shows (All in the Family, Maude, etc.) did, with a dose of spirituality. Ben's kids, who were all around TT's age, resented her involvement with their father, except for beloved son Kenneth (Patrick Breen), a real estate agent on the fast track, who seemed to root them on.


Being Eileen
BBC One,

2013

| Comedy

This is a comedy series starring Sue Johnston and takes a look at the lives of the large, close-knit and dysfunctional Lewis family from Birkenhead in Merseyside.


Harry Hill

This was a British sketch and stand up comedy show showcasing the talents of the comedian. Assisted by fellow comic Al Murray and veteran actor Burt Kwouk, the series featured a wide range of guest stars and ran for three series before Harry left Channel 4 to make his hugely successful TV Burp series for ITV.


The Jewish Enquirer
Amazon,

2020

| Comedy

Paul Green (Tim Downie) is an ambitious but hapless journalist working for a very small-minded publisher. He's constantly ambushed by his sister Naomi (Lucy Montgomery) for childcare duties, whilst his Dad Ronnie (Geoff McGivern) is still as competitive as a child. His single friend Simon (Josh Howie) is off the scale neurotic.


Gigantic
TeenNick,

2010

| Comedy
Rating: 1/5

"Gigantic" revolves around 17-year-old Anna Moore (Grace Gummer) and her younger brother Walt (Tony Oller), teens who live the lives of Hollywood "it" kids as the children of famous movie star couple John and Jennifer Moore. Anna and Walt have recently returned to Los Angeles after living in Australia for the past two years while their parents were shooting a movie. The series takes a fictional look at the complicated lives of children of Hollywood celebrities, giving an insider view of the glitz, glamour, and A-list parties of Tinseltown. It exposes the life behind the tabloids and gossip blogs, while exploring the difficulties of growing up with superstar parents.