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9 Seasons All4, Amazon Prime, Netflix 54 x 20 mins
This fourth-wall-breaking show was a cult comedy of the noughties, and has now become one of the most quoted shows on dating app profiles, and arguably the most meme-d series of all time. Welcome to the world of the internet, Jeremy.
Score: 9.2
1 Season Netflix 1 x 90 mins
Though this Netflix special is almost certain to make you laugh, it may also make your lockdown banana bread making look ever so slightly feeble, when compared with this quarantine-created masterpiece...
Score: 9.1
5 Seasons All4 45 x 20 mins
Let’s get Schwifty! And drunk, and irreverent, and downright weird. It’s time for another season of foul-mouthed intergalactic adventures with Rick and Morty. Wubba lubba dub dub.
Score: 9.1
6 Seasons Netflix 77 x 25 mins
If there’s one thing millennials can relate to, it’s an alcoholic anthropomorphic horse, who is suffering from depression after becoming a washed-up, middle-aged former celebrity. Everyone, it’s time to meet Bojack Horseman.
Score: 9.1
2 Seasons BBC iPlayer, Netflix, Now 12 x 30 mins
So much comedy now is wry-smile kinda stuff, but Fawlty Towers is quite simply laugh out loud and roll around on the sofa. Proper. Old fashioned. Comedy.
Score: 9.0
3 Seasons BBC iPlayer 21 x 30 mins
“Oh, what’s occurin’?” Well what it is, see, is that all episodes of Gavin & Stacey are now available on BBC iPlayer, and to be honest with you, we thought it was well time for a rewatch.
Score: 9.0
3 Seasons Netflix 24 x 50 mins
Despite all the references to ‘jizz’, boners, and rampant teenage libidos, this show ultimately stands out as a warm, heartfelt celebration of teenage uncertainty and secondary school years. And it’s hilarious, too.
Score: 9.0
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