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Netflix’s Best Comedy Series (June 2020)

Community and Space Force are on Netflix. Peak Credit: NBC / Netflix

Netflix has risen to the top of streaming services when it comes to scripted comedy series.

Some more popular comedians have left the service, although friends and The Big Bang Theory have made the journey to HBO Max, Netflix still has a lot to choose from.

The streaming giant still has some top NBC shows – licensed for at least another year – so be sure to confirm them before the service leaves in 2021.

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This shouldn’t underestimate Netflix, although it has been building its own original comedy series for years and has a great library of its own content that fans can enjoy to their liking.

A look at the best comedy series on Netflix until June 2020.

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Bozak Horsman

Bozak Horsman. Peak Credit: Netflix

On Netflix, cartoons are not just for kids, and the streaming service features some of the best animated series.

At the very top of the list on the Netflix animated comedy series is Bozak Horsman, a show about an anthropological horse, who was used as a successful actor on a sitcom and is now working on a book about his life considering his position.

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It’s not for kids in any way.

The series touches on depression, addiction and suicide and abuse. However, the series is biting funny from time to time and is a dark joke that deals with unrealistic real-world issues.

Big mouth

Big mouth. Peak Credit: Netflix

At the opposite end of Bozak Horsman’s spectrum is the Netflix animated series Big Face.

It’s also not for young children, although the animation may tell parents otherwise. The best age range here is for teenagers who have started to hit in adolescence.

This is because the whole premise of the show shows how kids react to injuries in adolescence through brightly made hormone monsters.

Nick Kroll and Andrew Goldberg created this Netflix comedy series based on their childhood and got some big names for voice cast including Jordan Peel, Maya Rudolph and Fred Armison.

Office

The office cast. Peak Credit: NBC

Netflix subscribers have only 2020 left to enjoy the American version of The Office on the streaming giant.

When the current deal expires, the show continues on the Peacock streaming service. But for a few more months, fans can still catch the comedy documentary series on Netflix.

Steve Carell replaces Ricky Graves in this adaptation of the original British comedy series about office workers at his time-honored paper company, with Cutway interviewing Sitcom as a continuation of real-life reality.

Ren Wilson, John Krasinski and Jenna Fisher are part of the star-studded actress.

Space Force

Steve Carell in Space Force Peak Credit: Netflix

With the office leaving Netflix in the near future, Steve Carell will be forever streaming giant for the Netflix-produced comedy series Space Force.

Like The Office, this is another workplace joke, this time around a new branch of the U.S. military – a group responsible for founding the U.S. space force.

Ironically, there is a real space force that the United States is building, and the Netflix series copyrighted the title long before the United States.

Joining actors Karel are John Malkovich, Ben Schwartz, Lisa Cudrow, Jane Lynch and the late Fred Willard.

For the F family

For the F family. Peak Credit: Netflix

Another addition to Netflix’s original animated comedy series is the F family. This adult cartoon premiered in 2015 and lasted up to four seasons on the streaming giant.

Produced by Bill Barr and Michael Price, the series features a family that includes four experienced fathers in a short-tempered Korean war.

The actor is gorgeous, as his father Frank, his wife Surrey as Laura Darn and as teenage son Kevin Justin Long, a juvenile offender who has always been at odds with his father.

This comedy series has nominated Primetime Emmy in both 2017 and 2019.

Santa Clarita Diet

Timothy Oliphant and Drew Barrymore on the Santa Clarita Diet. Peak Credit: Netflix

For anyone looking for a great horror-comedy series with some very recognizable faces, Netflix has you covered with its original series Santa Clarita Diet.

The series brings movie icon Drew Barrymore to the streaming giant as a zombie turned woman. At the same time, Timothy Oliphant (fair) stars as her husband, as the two try to keep the mouths of a typical suburban couple off.

Nathan Filion also tied the knot in the first two seasons and kept his head in the couple’s basement, although Alan Tudic (Firefly) replaced him in the third season, marking the end of the series.

Community

Community cast. Peak Credit: NBC

One of the coolest comedy television series of the last two decades was the community, produced by Dan Harmon.

This sitcom was initially aired on NBC, but fans revolted when the network canceled it after five seasons. Fans’ fury refers to Yahoo! Screen to pick it up in the sixth season to end the story.

The community focused on adults in a community college, bringing in the star power of the comedy series with Joel McHale, Yvette Nicole Brown, Allison Brie, Donald Glover, Ken Jeong, and Chabby Chase.

The community won an Emmy in 2011 for the animation of the episode “Abed’s Uncontrolled Christmas”.

It’s crowded

The cast of the IT crowd. Peak Credit: Fremantle

Netflix’s streaming service includes some of the top British comedy series. This includes the former IT crude of the Channel 4 series.

Initially aired in four seasons from 2006 to 2010-2010, the series was so popular that it took a special place in 2013, three years after its completion.

The show features three members of the IT team featuring a fictional London corporation, where they are housed in the dark, dinghy basement of a shady building in the dark.

Chris Woodwood and Richard Iowad star as members of the brilliant IT team who see themselves working for a girl who has no experience and is rushing to enter the job as their new boss.

Monty Python Flying Circus

Monty Python Flying Circus. Peak Credit: BBC

The most iconic comedy series on Netflix today is the classic British sketch comedy Monty Python’s Flying Circus.

The show features the Monty Python comedy group, which includes icons in the comedy industry – Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Terry Jones, Michael Palin and Eric Idol.

The show premiered in 1969 and featured 45 episodes in four seasons. A few of the group’s comedy movies, including Life of Brian and Monty Python and Holly Grill, are available on Netflix.

Good place

The Good Place features Jamilo Jamil, Manny Jacinto, D’Arcy Carden, Kristen Bell, William Jackson Harper. Peak Credit: NBC

Good Place broke its critically acclaimed four-season record on NBC in 2020 and ended with a total of 53 episodes.

Only the first three seasons of the comedy series are on Netflix, there are still 39 episodes of first time catching up or falling in love with this comedy.

Kristen Bell leads the actors as a dead woman named Eleanor, who accidentally goes to Good Place and then tries to be a better person in later life. However, things are not as they seem and this is evidenced by Good Place neighborhood architect Ted Danson.

Parks and recreation

Parks and Recreation Cast Peak Credit: NBC

Yet another NBC comedy series that probably won’t survive much longer than Netflix, Park and Entertainment is like a spiritual brother in the office.

Shot in the same satirical style, the comedy series moves from the corporate business workplace to the small Indiana Amla Park department.

The actor is full of familiar faces, led by Amy Pohler. He is joined by Chris Pratt, Nick Offerman, Rashida Jones, Aziz Ansari, Aubrey Plaza, Adam Scott and Rob Lowe.

The series ran for seven seasons and 126 episodes and received 16 primetime Emmy nominations, although it did not win any.

F *** End of the World

Alex Leather and Jessica Burden The End of F *** in the World. Peak Credit: Netflix

Netflix and BBC Dark Comedy teamed up for The End of the F *** in World and hit the streaming giant in 2018, three months after their debut in the UK.

Based on Charles Forsman’s comics, the series follows a 17-year-old boy named James, who is believed to be a psychopath. He searches for a man to be the victim of his first murder and when he identifies with a girl named Alyssa, he soon meets her and realizes that she has become as rude as he is.

The two, about a teenager, stopped by law enforcement like Bonnie and Clyde and set out on a road trip.

The second season premiered in 2019 with a daughter seeking revenge against James and Alyssa.

New girl

Hannah Simon, Max Greenfield, Joey Deshchanel, Jack Johnson and New Girl Lamarne Morris. Peak Credit: Fox

Early in 2011, at the Fox premiere, New Girl played Zhou Deshchanel as a teacher with three teachers and moves to an offtail in Los Angeles.

Jack Johnson, Max Greenfield and Lamarne Morris star in his three roommates and the series centers on their misery.

A single-camera comedy series, Seven Seasons of New Girl is available for streaming on Netflix with a total of 146 episodes.

New Girl has nominated for five Primetime Emmy nominations and two Golden Globes, although it has not won any awards.

Fuller House

The cast of Fuller House. Peak Credit: Netflix

21 years after the original series ended – perhaps the most striking comedy series to hit Netflix was the Rise of the Full House.

The kids from the original have now grown up with their own kids in this sequel series, while their parents are back to re-publish their old roles.

With five seasons and 75 episodes, this revival was a resounding success. Originally, it had an acquired taste of wearing its silly sensitive humor as a badge of honor.

The fifth season marked the end of the series, with each season winning the Children’s Choice and Teen Choice Awards, winning in 2017 and 2019 for favorite TV shows.

Grace and Frankie

Grace and Frankie. Peak Credit: Netflix

Netflix’s original comedy series Grace and Frankie proved that comedy has no age limit.

Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin play two female characters who have never been friends but reunite as friends when their husbands announce that the two are in love and are planning to tie the knot with their wives.

Sam Waterstone (Law and Order) and Martin Sheen have played ex-husbands.

The series has six seasons and 78 episodes and there will be one final season of the comedy series for Netflix bringing the total to 94 episodes.