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15 Feel-Good Shows Because Ted Lasso Didn't Invent Heartwarming TV

Ted Lasso, Gilmore Girls, and other shows that will help you escape reality and just enjoy the good vibes.

It's been a tough time for pretty much everyone for the last 18ish months, and sometimes, facing the reality of day-to-day life can feel overwhelming. That's why everyone needs a feel-good show to allow them to ignore all the pesky nuances and complexities of existence in favor of a world where everything is neatly wrapped up in less than a half hour. If you are looking for your next go-to feel-good favorite, look no further. Here are 15 of the best feel-good shows that you can start streaming now.

1. Bob's Burgers (2011–)

Linda, Bob, and Louise talking.

2. Broad City (2014–19)

Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer smiling

3. Cheers (1982–93)

Ted Danson talking at the bar with Paul Wilson, Kelsey Grammer, and George Wendt.

4. Derry Girls (2018–)

Louisa Harland, Saoirse Jackson, and Dylan Llewellyn looking confused.

5. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (1990–96)

Alfonso Ribeiro, Will Smith, and Karyn Parsons talking in the kitchen.

6. Gilmore Girls (2000–07)

Alexis Bledel and Lauren Graham smiling.

7. The Golden Girls (1985–92)

Betty White, Estelle Getty, Bea Arthur, and Rue McClanahan chatting

8. The Great British Baking Show (2010–)

Paul Hollywood, Mary Berry, and Noel Fielding chatting with a contestant.

9. Happy Endings (2011–13)

Eliza Coupe, Damon Wayans Jr., Adam Pally, Casey Wilson, and Elisha Cuthbert laughing.

10. Insecure (2016–)

Natasha Rothwell, Yvonne Orji, and Issa Rae having a laugh on the couch.

11. Living Single (1993–98)

Kim Coles and Queen Latifah laughing on the couch.

12. Joe Pera Talks With You (2018–)

Joe Pera waving as he walks by a window.

13. Schitt's Creek (2015–20)

Catherine O'Hara, Annie Murphy, and Dan Levy looking shocked as they read a letter.

14. Superstore (2015–21)

Ben Feldman looking confused as America Ferrera holds up a card.

15. Ted Lasso (2020–)

Jason Sudeikis, Brendan Hunt, and Nick Mohammed on the sideline.