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    The 17 Funniest TV Shows You Can Binge Right Now On Netflix, Hulu, And Amazon Prime

    The time to binge is now!

    We asked the BuzzFeed Community to tell us their favorite TV shows to watch, and it turns out a lot of those shows are comedies. Here are the hilarious results.

    🚨WARNING: Some spoilers ahead! 🚨

    1. Brooklyn Nine-Nine (2013–present):


    "If you like New Girl, it’s the same kind of humor! They also touch on important subjects, like gender inequality in the workplace and LGBTQ issues! Just overall a very hilarious, well-written show."


    Where you can watch it: Hulu

    2. Arrested Development (2003–2006, 2013–present):


    "It's one of the greatest comedies ever made. They don't overexplain the jokes: you either get it or you don't. Michael Cera and Alia Shawkat are the best comedic kid actors I've ever seen."

    Sarah Ortega

    Where you can watch it: Netflix

    3. Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (2015–2019):

    The CW

    "Feminism, music, and so much fun."


    Where you can watch it: Netflix

    4. Community (2009–2015):


    "Community is one of the best comedies ever aired on television, yet so many people don’t know it or just never watched it. The show deserves far more praise and recognition!"


    Where you can watch it: Hulu

    5. Schitt's Creek (2015–present):


    "It’s hilarious and witty, but also has amazing character development. We also can't forget the amazing moment when David explained his sexuality using types of wine. Genius."


    Where you can watch it: Netflix

    6. The Good Place (2016–2020):


    "Every time I try to introduce The Good Place to someone, they watch one episode and show absolutely no interest in it. I want to punch them because it’s the BEST SHOW EVER!"


    Where you can watch it: Netflix

    7. Superstore (2015–present):


    "The interpersonal relationships are amazing, it’s hilarious, and it has also made me cry on more than one occasion."


    Where you can watch it: Hulu

    8. Fresh Off the Boat (2015–2020):


    "It's completely different than I thought it would be, and every episode is absolutely hilarious without missing a beat."

    Ing M

    Where you can watch it: Hulu

    9. Fleabag (2016–2019):


    "It’s witty, fun, and dramatic, and Phoebe Waller-Bridge is a goddess. The show is brilliantly written."


    Where you can watch it: Amazon Prime

    10. Derry Girls (2018–present):

    Channel 4

    "I swear it's one of the funniest shows on Netflix right now. The show acts like a live-action cartoon, with each episode being a complete stand-alone plot. Mainly, it's just for shits and giggles. Everyone go watch it now!"


    Where you can watch it: Netflix

    11. Bob's Burgers (2011–present):


    "The parking lot scene in 'Tina-Rannosaurus Wrecks' on Bob's Burgers brings tears to my eyes every time."


    Where you can watch it: Hulu

    12. Grace and Frankie (2015–present):


    "It's the longest-running Netflix show for a reason! Smart writing, hilarious, and raw acting. There are few shows that have actually made me laugh out loud, but this is one of them!"


    Where you can watch it: Netflix

    13. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (2015–2019):


    "That episode in Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt where Titus re-creates Beyoncé’s Lemonade is absolutely hilarious!"


    Where you can watch it: Netflix

    14. Living Single (1993–1998):


    "Before there was Friends, there was Living Single. It's time to educate yourself with this gem of a '90s show!"

    Kayla Yandoli

    Where you can watch it: Hulu

    15. Broad City (2014–2019):

    Comedy Central

    "11/10 would recommend. It’s one of the funniest, if not the funniest, TV shows I’ve ever seen."


    Where you can watch it: Hulu

    16. One Day at a Time (2017–present):


    "In my opinion, the topics in this show never feel forced. Somehow they manage to cover tough topics all the time without it feeling 'preachy.' You fall in love with the characters — you laugh with them, cry with them, and celebrate their success."


    Where you can watch it: Netflix

    17. And Parks and Recreation (2009–2015):


    "I always laugh at the episode of Parks and Rec where they all get drunk off Snake Juice and it’s just everyone babbling like idiots."


    Where you can watch it: Netflix