After the mother he had a one-night stand with was sentenced and executed, a young man is forced to raise his infant daughter alone.
1. The Kids Are Alright
The Clearys, an Irish-Catholic family in the 1970s, is the focus of this ensemble comedy, which follows the Clearys as they deal with both big and small changes during one of the most turbulent decades in American history. While growing up in a working-class neighborhood outside of Los Angeles, Mike and Peggy raise eight rambunctious boys…
2. Cougar Town
In Cougar Town, Jules, a recently divorced mother, must deal with dating in a world obsessed with youth and beauty. In her later years, she begins to learn about and appreciate who she has always been.
3. Melissa & Joey
Mel is a local politician from a political family, and he is portrayed in the film as such. When a family scandal leaves Mel’s niece and nephew without parents, she takes care of them. A man by the name of Joe is hired to be the new nanny for the family.
4. Parks And Recreation
While working to help a local nurse turn a construction site into a park, Leslie Knope is confronted by red tape and self-centered residents of the neighborhood.
The multigenerational Braverman family, who live in California, struggle with the challenges of marriage, raising their children, and supporting each other through difficult times.
A lawyer, whose law degree has been revoked, is compelled to join the Greendale Community College in the Community Plot. His study group attracts a wide range of personalities, resulting in wacky and memorable encounters.
Single mother Christy tries to get her life back on track by abstaining from alcohol. However, when her mother reappears in her life, she is forced to deal with her eccentricity.
8. I’m Sorry
It’s a half-hour scripted comedy starring Andrea Savage (Veep, Episodes) as a writer, wife and mother with an inner immaturity and neuroses that manifest in unexpected ways. In the company of Mike, her more reserved husband, and Amelia, their curious daughter,…
9. Fresh Off The Boat
After arriving in the United States as an immigrant from Taiwan in the 1990s, a Taiwanese family tries to adapt to the country’s cultural and economic differences.
10. The Mindy Project
While working as an obstetrician in New York City, Dr. Mindy Lahiri is trying to develop a well-rounded personality with the help of her quirky coworkers.
11. 30 Rock
An egotistical boss and eccentric cast members complicate Liz Lemon’s job as the show’s head writer. Even if she loses her mind, she has to keep the TV show running smoothly.
Vince (the gym owner) and Matthew (his brother) live together in a bachelor pad and have a wonderful single life. However, when Vince’s teenage son moves in with them, the peace is shattered.
When Rainbow Johnson was growing up in a mixed-race family in the 1980s, she and her family members faced constant dilemmas about whether to integrate or stay true to themselves. Alicia and Paul move from their commune to the suburbs in order to have a better quality of life for their son, Bow.
14. Modern Family
Three modern-day families from California find themselves in hilarious situations as they deal with their kids, quirky spouses, and jobs.
15. Two And A Half Men
Hedonistic, carefree Charlie Harper is depicted in the film’s storyline. When his brother, Alan, and his 10-year-old nephew, Jake, move into his Malibu beach house, everything changes for the worse.
16. How I Met Your Mother
Ted Mosby, an architect, tells his children the story of how he first met their mother, and how he ended up marrying her. His friends Lily, Marshall, Robin, and Barney accompany him on his journey.
17. The Office
The Scranton, Pennsylvania, branch of the Dunder Mifflin Paper Company is the setting for the hilarious misadventures of a group of office workers.
18. Family Guy
Plot of Family Guy: Peter Griffin and his family, which includes two teenagers, a smart dog, a devilish baby, and his wife, find themselves in some of the most amusing scenarios.
19. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
.In New York City, Kimmy Schmidt tries to reclaim her life after being rescued from a cult for the first time in 15 years. To save money, she rents a room from Titus, a street performer in Times Square, a gay want tobe Broadway actor. The improbable…
20. The Middle
The Middle\sPlot: Frances Heck is a middle-class, married woman and mother of three who resides in the small town of Orson, Indiana, and tries to manage her dysfunctional family and career.
21. Switched At Birth
Bay and Daphne are swapped at birth when the hospital mistakenly thinks they are the same person. For the sake of understanding and acceptance, one family brings the two children together for the first time.
22. The Goldbergs
The Goldbergs\sPlot: A young member of a dysfunctional family recounts his childhood days with his overbearing mother, hot-tempered father, rebellious older sister, high-strung older brother and suave grandfather.
23. 2 Broke Girls
Plot: Max and Caroline, two girls in their mid-twenties, work at a Brooklyn restaurant as waitresses. Together, they dream of starting up their cupcake business, but always find themselves without money.
24. Good Luck Charlie
The Duncan family welcomed their fourth child, Charlotte, nicknamed Charlie, into the world, and her big sister Teddy records their daily adventures as advice for when she begins to grow up, in the form of a diary.
At Cloud 9, a big-box store in St. Louis, a group of employees must deal with customers and their own personal needs at the same time, which presents a number of challenges.
Frank Gallagher is the patriarch of a Chicago working-class family. Fiona, the oldest of his six children, has to take care of everyone because her father is a heavy drinker.
27. Will & Grace
Plot: Will is a gay lawyer who allows his best friend Grace to stay at his house for a short time after her marriage falls apart. Then he has to live with her for the rest of his life.
28. American Housewife
Katie Otto, a single mother of three, faces social isolation in her new affluent neighborhood as she juggles her responsibilities as both a wife and a mother.
29. 8 Simple Rules
Bridget, Kerry, and Rory Hennessy are the three children of the Hennessy family, and their upbringing is not an easy one. Bridget, the family’s oldest daughter, is out on the dating scene. Kerry, who is both attractive and intelligent, has a hard time expressing her true feelings because she lacks self-assurance. There was a third child in this family…
30. Baby Daddy
Plot: An ex-girlfriend abandons a baby girl on the doorstep of young Ben, bringing him into serious trouble. His mother and his crazed friends will help him raise the baby, but he is left to raise the child on his own.
31. Everyday Is a New Day
Norman Lear’s 1975 television series of the same name serves as a source of inspiration for this comedy-drama. Penelope, a newly single Army veteran, and her Cuban-American family are the focus of this season’s series, which follows their journeys through life. Penelope, now a nurse, is raising two spirited children…
32. Bob’s Big Boy Fries
He runs Bob’s Burgers with his wife and their three kids as a third-generation restaurateur. His burgers speak for themselves and he’s not afraid to experiment with a wide range of unusual toppings. The slow times are getting to Linda, Bob’s wife. She supports his dream but is fed up with the slow times.
33. In the Company of Men
Following his father’s conviction for fraud, the Bluth patriarch is left with nothing but debt and a broken family. Now it’s up to Michael, the family’s lone sane member, to keep the peace.