Best Comedy Series 2023

Sterlin Harjo and Taika Waititi’s groundbreaking series Reservation Dogs has been in the running for the Best Comedy Series Golden Tomato for both of its stellar first two seasons, but it was its third and final outing that ultimately earned the win, beating both another Taika Waititi project (Our Flag Means Death) and another acclaimed comedy in its final season (Barry).

Adjusted Score: 103433%
Critics Consensus: Bowing out while still having plenty of creativity to spare, Reservation Dogs' final season sidesteps feeling premature by satisfying on every level.

Beef: Season 1 (2023)

Adjusted Score: 110190%
Critics Consensus: Ali Wong and Steven Yeun are a diabolically watchable pair of adversaries in Beef, a prime cut comedy that finds the pathos in pettiness.

Adjusted Score: 101661%
Critics Consensus: The elder Dubek siblings may still feel like they're also-rans, but The Other Two remains cream of the crop in a third season that turns foiled dreams into delightful comedy.

Adjusted Score: 101773%
Critics Consensus: Amiable and cleverly constructed, Extraordinary grounds the fantastical and makes it all the more accessible and thrilling as a result.

Adjusted Score: 101249%
Critics Consensus: Class is back in session and the plucky teachers of Abbott Elementary remain an absolute delight, with creator/star Quinta Brunson's savvy and sweet sensibility honed to perfection.

Primo: Season 1 (2023)

Adjusted Score: 101439%
Critics Consensus: Bearing the unmistakable stamp of creator Shea Serrano's authentic voice, Primo is a generation-spanning sitcom that feels like home.

Barry: Season 4 (2023)

Adjusted Score: 101539%
Critics Consensus: What began as a macabre comedy is now close to completely shorn of genuine mirth, but Bill Hader's masterful indictment of stardom closes the curtain with one hell of an encore.

Adjusted Score: 99770%
Critics Consensus: Schmigadoon! returns with more libido, pizzazz, and all that jazz in a sophomore season that improves upon what was already a nifty production.

Adjusted Score: 99101%
Critics Consensus: All good comedy sets must arrive at a final punchline, and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel reliably nails its own with a fifth season that wisely puts Rachel Brosnahan and Alex Borstein's repartee front and center.

Adjusted Score: 97882%
Critics Consensus: Our Flag Means Death's sophomore season doubles down on the fans' favorite ship to some diminishing returns, but it still delivers enough joyous moments to get viewers' sabers rattling.