I love me a good series with an interesting sense of humor.
If you do too, then you should definitely try out the following series.
Here are 7 comedy series you need to watch if you haven’t already:
1. Mindy Project.
Mindy Lahiri is a successful doctor, but when she leaves the office, all bets are off. She wants to become a more well-rounded woman, someone who is punctual, frugal and well-read instead of someone who is obsessed with romantic comedies and likely to give an inappropriate toast at a wedding. Not the least of Mindy’s obstacles are the doctors she shares her OB/GYN practice with – especially self-absorbed Jeremy, who seems to keep turning up in Mindy’s bed, despite her best efforts to resist. Mindy finds support on her quest for growth from Gwen, her best friend from college.
From executive producer Emily Kapnek comes a comedy loosely based on the musical “My Fair Lady.” Karen Gillan stars as Eliza Dooley, a self-obsessed woman with a big Internet following that aggressively tracks her posts and pictures. One lonely day as she realizes that virtual friends cannot compare to real ones, Eliza decides she needs help learning how to live offline. John Cho stars as Henry, a marketing guru who agrees to help Eliza in her struggle to rebrand her reputation and make connections with actual people.
3. Bad Teacher.
This edgy, single-camera comedy is an adaptation of the hit 2011 feature film of the same name. Ari Graynor stars as an attractive-yet-obnoxious and foul-mouthed woman who is unapologetic about her consistently inappropriate behaviour. After her wealthy husband leaves her, the former trophy wife finds herself penniless. She decides to masquerade as a teacher as she searches for a new man to support her.
4. Scream Queens.
Not exactly a comedy, but it has it’s funny moments.
The series takes place at the fictional Wallace University. One of the sororities, Kappa Kappa Tau, becomes plagued by a serial killer, who uses the university’s Red Devil mascot as a disguise.
Lawyer Nina Whitley is at the top of her game but gave up a lot to get there. When she learns that she won’t be a partner at her firm and her old fiance is newly engaged, she snaps, getting her shunned from corporate law. She must work for the underdog after she gets a job in a public defender’s office that’s understaffed and underfunded. New colleagues include apathetic serial gambler Phil and dedicated Carlos. As for Trent, Nina’s ex, she’ll see plenty of him — as an adversary in the DA’s office.
6. Manhattan love story.
For those who love a good romantic comedy, this is it.
A unique comedy, penned by executive producer Jeff Lowell, exposes the unfiltered thoughts of people seeking romance. As a new couple’s thoughts — with raw observations and frequent contradictions — emanate, differences between men’s thinking and women’s are more obvious. Dana, a small-town gal who grew up dreaming of New York, intends to find love and success there. Peter, who thinks he’s seen and done everything Manhattan has to offer, has a date with Dana — after friends and family set them up.
7. Unbreakable Kimmy.
Rescued after 15 years in a cult, Kimmy Schmidt decides to reclaim her life by venturing to New York, where she experiences everyday life with wide-eyed enthusiasm. On a whim, she rents a room from Titus, a gay wannabe Broadway actor, who makes ends meet as a street performer in Times Square. The unlikely pair find they’re well-suited to help each other out, with Titus reintroducing Kimmy to modern life, and her providing him with the inspiration that you should never give up. Together they’ll make it through whatever life throws at them.