Articles tagged sitcom

A Revived ‘Will & Grace’ Is Ready to Reclaim Its ‘Must See TV’ Tiara

The 2.0 version of Will & Grace joins the small but hard-to-overlook list of flat-lined shows that have been resuscitated.

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The Story of How “Love Is All Around” Become the Theme to ‘The Mary Tyler Moore Show’

“Who can turn the world on with her smile?” Mary Tyler Moore, of course.

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Norman Lear Reboots ‘One Day at a Time’ For a New Generation on Netflix

“It was a good piece of my life,” Lear says of the sitcom, which was part of a number of forward-looking series — including “All in the Family,” “The Jeffersons” and “Maude” — that made the writer-producer a force in television.

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‘Seinfeldia’: Yada yada yada ...

Seinfeld may have been “a show about nothing”, but Seinfeldia has plenty of fascinating things to say about it.

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‘No God But Funny’ and ‘Earth Angel’ Are Preaching to the Choir

It's challenging enough to write good comedy. It's nearly impossible to do so burdened with an agenda, even one as innocuous as featuring a "likeable atheist" as the protagonist.

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Saying Goodbye to ‘Community’ and Annie Edison

Where other sitcoms might reach for a final resolution or shift to the status quo, Community settles for the scary-but-honest possibilities of the future.

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The 10 Best Episodes of ‘The Nanny’

Fran Drescher's seminal '90s series is finally available on DVD, and it's infinitely better than you want to give it credit for. Here are ten reasons why that is the case.

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31 Mar 2015 // 9:35 AM

‘Weird Loners’ Is Fox’s ‘Unromantic Comedy’

The initial set-up contrivances suggest that Weird Loners is not so strange as its title might lead us to think.

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6 Sep 2013 // 3:15 AM

Family Guy’s Sunday Services

Whereas The Simpsons makes an effort to balance its religious satire with pro-spiritual representations, Family Guy largely regards organized faith as wholly corrupt and its believers as dupes and dopes.

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The BBC has recognised that its mission statement "to inform, educate and entertain" must, simply must, include radio comedy.

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17 Apr 2007 // 11:00 PM

Notes from the Underbelly

The lack of contexts or diversions made the show more like a high school health film than a 2007 TV series: Pregnancy: Your Changing Body and Life.

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Stevie Wonder Takes a Knee as Green Day and Others Also Speak Out at Global Citizen Festival

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"The 2017 Global Citizen Festival's message for social action was amplified by Stevie Wonder and many other incredible performers and notable guests.

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