Now, the shows rolled out today span a variety of genres including thrillers, crime and family dramas. But some of the best ones which we have had the privilege of seeing a completing have been some of the best comedy shows on the small screen. The plus with comedy shows is always the fact that they are never too long. Sitcoms have been a very popular thing started in America and the trend has moved to all parts of the world today.
Let’s have a look at 10 of the funniest bone tickling TV shows that have made it to the small screen
10. Two and a Half Men
The original eight seasons of Two and Half Men can very well be described as one of the most humorous sitcoms on television wit Charlie Sheen doing wonders to his character of the alcoholic, sex-driven Jingle writer living in Malibu driven to nuts by his brother and dumb 10 year old nephew. Jon Cryer’s performance as Alan Harper throughout the series has been mindblowing, in addition to ridiculously funny acts from Angus T. Jones and Conchata Ferrel.
The show, however, went for a toss when Sheen was let go off and was replaced By Ashton Kutcher for the subsequent seasons. The show went for a drop n rating as Walden Schmidt didn’t go down to well as a replacement for Charlie Harper. Two and a Half Men currently sits with a 7.1 rating on IMDB after being discontinued after the twelfth season.
9. The Big Bang Theory
The story of four geeky scientists and their love interests have clearly been a fan favourite when it comes to American sitcoms with Sheldon Cooper being a revelation among the genre of nerds. The Big Bang Theory has been going strong since the first season in 2007 with the science humour quotient still intact in the tenth season as well. With an insanely funny script and hilarious performances delivered by Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki, Kaley Cuoco, Kunal Nayyar, Mayim Bialik, Simon Helberg and Mellisa Raunch, this show is an absolutre bone tickler.