Best-Reviewed TV Comedies 2015


Adjusted Score: 102.259%
Critics Consensus: Exceptionally executed with charm, humor, and heart, Master of None is a refreshingly offbeat take on a familiar premise.
Synopsis: In Season 1 of this comedy web series, commercial actor Dev Shah (Aziz Ansari) struggles to find his way in... [More]

Catastrophe: Season 1 (2015)

Adjusted Score: 100.955%
Critics Consensus: Catastrophe proves that there's still a place for simple romantic comedy on television, as long as the actors have chemistry and the jokes are laugh-out-loud funny.
Synopsis: Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan write and star in this R-rated comedy about a one-week stand between a Boston ad... [More]

Younger: Season 1 (2015)

Adjusted Score: 98.015%
Critics Consensus: Darren Star's witty writing and Sutton Foster's charisma help elevate Younger above some of TV Land's previous sitcoms.
Synopsis: Season 1 follows Liza Miller, a 40-year-old single mum who looks to reenter the workforce by altering her appearance thanks... [More]

Adjusted Score: 98.2%
Critics Consensus: Lively musical numbers and a refreshing, energetic lead, Rachel Bloom, make Crazy Ex-Girlfriend a charming, eccentric commentary on human relationships.
Synopsis: A woman gives up her prestigious job and upscale Manhattan apartment to search for love in California.... [More]

Adjusted Score: 97.718%
Critics Consensus: Expertly balancing character growth against edgy humor, season two of You're the Worst elevates the show's excellent writing and talented cast to a new level.
Synopsis: The second season of the quirky comedy opens with Jimmy (Chris Geere) and Gretchen (Aya Cash) forced to live together... [More]

  • Andrew P

    The recent influx of female driven comedies needs to be curtailed just a tad…I’m certainly not sexist but many of these projects feel awfully forced and don’t come across as genuine whatsoever.

    • Jan Terri

      There have been literally thousands of horrible male-driven comedies. I wonder if you think male-driven comedies should be “curtailed”.

      The problems you have with the female-driven comedies are writing problems. How would curtailing female leads fix problems with writing?

      You are sexist and your claim to the contrary is just a preemptive defensive move because you knew you would be called out for your BS.

      Take care, virgin troll.

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