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Is it safe to say that you enjoy romantic-comedy television? It’s possible that Young and Hungry is a favorite of yours. If you enjoyed Josh and Gabi’s antics and chemistry on Young and Hungry, here are the best shows like it.
The plot of Young and Hungry centers on Josh, a successful entrepreneur and wealthy businessman, who meets Gabi, a brash young food blogger. When Josh hired Gabi as his personal chef, their worlds collided. She well-prepares with a variety of meals because Gabi is so desperate to take her job seriously. While cooking for Josh and his new girlfriend, Gabi finds herself in an awkward situation. Then she realized that it wasn’t just Josh who was enticing her to apply for the position. The story continues with Gabi seizing the chance for work—and, even better, love.
The show is most appropriate for adolescent viewers, as well as devoted romantic comedy viewers. If this story makes you want to watch a sitcom, here are a couple of shows in the same genre to tide you over.
1. Sean Saves the World
Sean Hayes is the star of this American situation comedy. The show premiered on October 3 and ran until March 24 of this year. The story has only 13 episodes and 1 season, so it’s not very long. After 13 episodes, Sean Saves the World was announced to be canceled on January 28th, 2014 in the media. As the episodes progressed, NBC aired the film.
The show was a hit, so Universal Studios produced on-demand DVD sets of the episodes. The sad thing about this show is that there was never a second season or any other publicity surrounding it. As a whole, the plot is well-written, with Sean, the main character, a divorced gay father, raising his 14-year-old daughter while juggling a demanding job and caring for his child. As a role model for parents, the show offers advice on how to balance a successful career with being a single parent.
2. Chalet Girl
Young and Hungry is a comedy/romance film with elements of both genres. There was a lot of action in the rom-com, with Kim (the lead) snowboarding at her father’s ski resort. She wanted to participate in a competition with a high prize. When she first met Johnny, her boss, she was terrified, but after meeting him, she realized that this was more than just a game.
Similar to the show Young and Hungry, Chalet Girl follows Kim as she prepares for her competition and falls in love with her boss. A good romantic comedy was provided in 2011 when Chalet Girl was released.
‘Selfie,’ the reality series, premiered in 2014. This was a romantic comedy series produced in the United States. John Cho and Karen Gillian starred in the show. This was created by Warner Bros. Television’s Emily Kapnek. There was only a year of the show on ABC before it was canceled in 2015. In order to rehabilitate her reputation after being the subject of a viral video, Karen reached an agreement with a marketing expert named John.
The show had 13 episodes, so it was considered a full season. There are many parallels between this story and Young and Wild. The average length of an episode was around 21 to 22 minutes. The show was so good that it was nominated for a People’s Choice Award in 2014 for “Favorite New TV Comedy.” Even if Young and Wild is your only other choice for a rom-com, Selfie is an excellent place to start if you’re bored.
The show debuted on CBS on September 23rd, 2013, with the first episode airing two days later. In collaboration with Chuck Lorre, Gemma Baker, and Gorodetsky, this show was conceived. The program lasted a long time because it is still being updated today. According to the show’s creator, the seventh season will premiere on September 26th of this year. There’s a lot to look forward to after watching this show.
There is a dysfunctional mother-daughter duo in Napa, California where the filming takes place. Alcohol was a problem for both of them, and they were sober because they believed they were the only ones left in the world trying to make it.
Because of the excellent plot, the show was a huge hit with viewers and has high ratings to show for it. They’re still one of the best five comedies for adults in the United States, according to the critics. It’s the best show on television.
5. Kitchen Confidential
Kitchen Confidential is yet another popular U.S. sitcom. The series premiered on Fox on September 16th, 2005. The story was inspired by Anthony Bourdain’s New York Times best-selling book Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly. On the morning of December 5, 2005, the show abruptly ended.
Despite being confined for so long, the show put on a good performance. A 13-episode series for one season remains even after the show was canceled. A beautiful story could have been unfolding until some flaws in the film materialized.
Starting on October 5, 2005, and running through April 12, 2016, this show aired on NBC. Co-creators Conrad Jackson and Prinze have a show called Freddie on the air in the US. It was based on Freddie Prinze’s real-life story that the main character in the show would be named Freddie Prinze. Oh how Freddie grew up in a house full of women inspired his story. Conrad Jackson brought the series to fruition with the help of a close friend.
There were 21 episodes in the first season of the television show. Situational comedy, which is similar to Young and Hungry, was a good film to which I can refer.
7. See Dad Run
The first episode of Nick at Nite’s See Dad Run aired on October 6th, 2012. After three seasons and 50 episodes, the show was canceled on March 17, 2014.
According to the plot, husband-and-wife soap opera team David and Amy Hobbs start out as a working couple, but David Hobbs ends up staying home to raise their children. As a single parent, he struggles more than anything else to care for his three children. The show’s storyline primarily revolved around a family and is filled with humor.
8. Men at Work
An original TBS sitcom from the United States, this show featured a cast of mostly Americans. Actors Michael Cassidy, Meridith Hagner, Danny Masterson, Adam Busch, and James Lesure collaborated with director Breckin Meyer to create the show. The show premiered on May 24, 2012, and ended on May 11, 2014, with its cancellation. It amassed 30 episodes over the course of three seasons.
The story revolves around Milo, a young man who was devastated by his romantic relationship with his best friend’s sister. The four of them attempted to date because they were all lonely and they were all coworkers at the same time. After that, the show switches gears to a romantic comedy theme that will have you rolling with laughter the entire time. You should watch it if you want to laugh about a particular period of your life and then forget about it.
9. House of Payne
Tyler Perry is the sole creator and producer of Tyler Perry’s House of Payne. It’s a new American sitcom that follows the Payne family, with patriarch Curtis and his wife Ella at the center. The show premiered on TBS on June 21st, 2006, and was abruptly cancelled eight days later, on August 10th. A remarkable 254 episodes of the show were produced over the course of eight seasons.
Dark themes and addiction are prominent in the show’s message. The plot develops in installments. Even so, it’s a fun comedy to watch. You’ll spend a lot of time laughing at your couch if you watch this series.
10. Melissa and Joey
The show falls under the umbrella of the romantic comedies genre. This was an original ABC Family production that aired from 2010 until 2015. with four seasons and 104 episodes. Mel Burke, a local politician, and Joe Longo, whom Burke hires to babysit her nieces and nephews after she lost everything in a Ponzi scheme, are the focus of the story. The storyline is clever, and it manages to hold the attention of the audience.
From 2013 to 2015, the film’s popularity has resulted in high box office receipts, as well as nominations and wins for a variety of categories. Watching the show will make you forget that you were a fan of Young and Hungry in the first place.
If you liked Young and Hungry, we’d love to know which one you want to see next. Let us know in the comments if you have any suggestions. Let us know as well if you have any other ideas that we haven’t covered; we’d be happy to take a look.
To the best of the author’s knowledge, the information provided here is accurate, but it should not be relied upon as a substitute for personalized, professional advice.