The best tv sitcoms of all time

‘Cheers’ -
This show had an all-star cast with Ted Danson, Rhea Perlman, and Woody Harrelson at the helm. 

‘Frasier’ -
A spin-off of 'Cheers,' this sitcom is about a psychiatrist who has a radio show. He lives with his brother, father, and adorable dog.

'Friends' -
'Friends' is perhaps the most successful sitcom of all time. It chronicles the lives of six friends living in New York City. 

‘Parks and Recreation’ -
A stellar cast fronted by Amy Poehler helped make this show an all-American favorite.

‘All in the Family’ -
This show was a favorite in the 1970s. It's about a working-class man who constantly feuds with his family. It'll certainly make you chuckle.

‘M*A*S*H*’ -
‘M*A*S*H*’ stands for "mobile army surgical hospital." As you might expect, it follows a group of medical workers on the front lines.

‘Community’ - The series is all about Jeff Winger's (Joel McHale) entertaining interactions with the rest of the community college students.

‘Taxi’ -
As the name might suggest, this series is all about a group of New Yorkers who work in a taxicab company. 

‘Roseanne’ -
‘Roseanne’ is centered on the life of Roseanne Conner (Roseanne Barr). The show chronicles the life of a normal, working-class family and their fun approach to life.

‘Malcolm in the Middle’ -
‘Malcolm in the Middle’ is a family-friendly show all about a boy, Malcolm (Frankie Muniz), who is a gifted teenager. 

‘Fleabag’ -
‘Fleabag’ brought Phoebe Waller-Bridge incredible notoriety as both an actress and writer. 

‘Louie’ -
'Louie' is a hysterical take on the life of comedian Louie C.K. He talks about being a dad, romance, and general life problems he has trouble overcoming.

‘Sex and the City’ -
There is no substitute for a little education from the ‘Sex and the City’ women. Four women try and make it in New York while living a lavishly luxurious lifestyle.

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