Title Recommendations based on Kassie Larson
The Carmichael Show features a say-anything, contrarian father, his therapist-in-training girlfriend, his ever-hustling brother and his mother who is always, always, always right with Jesus. Taking the next step and moving in together, Jerrod and his girlfriend, Maxine (Amber West), are your average young couple trying to make it in the city. They're smart, motivated and looking to build a fulfilling life together. The only thing standing in their way is family. Between Jerrod's larger-than-life brother, Bobby (Lil Rel Howery), and his smothering and passionate parents (David Alan Grier, Loretta Devine), Jerrod and Maxine are put to the test navigating the boundaries of romance, family and sanity.
Clark Kent is a student and writer for his high school's newspaper. Normal teenage stuff. But all his current day trials and tribulations are really just lessons he needs to learn for his more important future job: Superman. Discovering the yellow sun gives him his powers and that those mysterious green rocks hurt him are just the beginning.
Malcolm Wilkerson lives in a small suburban house in complete disarray with a domineering mother, aloof father, and two brothers. Although some may call the rest of his family "lowbrow", Malcolm has an IQ of 165 and takes gifted classes. Although Malcolm wants more than anything to just be "normal," that's an elusive goal with his outrageous family and genius brain.
She may be the smartest unicorn in Equestria, but Twilight Sparkle gets an "incomplete" in friendship. There's more to life than learning magic, after all. So she goes to Ponyville on a mission to make friends. There she meets five special ponies who take her on exciting adventures and teach her the most powerful magic of all: the magic of friendship!
Seven babies were all born as part of a mysterious occurrence wherein 43 women around the world gave birth, despite none of them being pregnant. Adopted by eccentric billionaire Sir Reginald Hargreeves, they were raised to be part of a superhero fighting team known as "The Umbrella Academy." Now grown up, one sibling warns that the apocalypse is going to occur in eight days.
When Sarah Marshall dumps aspiring musician Peter Bretter for rock star Aldous Snow, Peter's world comes crashing down. His best friend suggests that Peter should get away from everything and to fly off to Hawaii to escape all his problems. After arriving in Hawaii and meeting the beautiful Rachel Jansen, Peter is shocked to see not only Aldous Snow in Hawaii, but also Sarah Marshall.
Liz Lemon is the head writer and occasional actress on the TV sketch-comedy show TGS with Tracy Jordan. As the creator of the show, she often feels it necessary to micro-manage lest it be ruined, in large part due to the incompetence and immaturity of of her crew and melodramatic stars. And she has to manage upwards too: her boss Jack Donaghy is an egomaniac.
At a high-school party, four friends find that losing their collective virginity isn't as easy as they had thought. But they still believe that they need to do so before college. To motivate themselves, they enter a pact to all "score" the night of their senior prom.
While attending a party at James Franco's house, Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel and many other celebrities are faced with the apocalypse.
Sterling Archer works at the New York headquarters of the International Secret Intelligence Service, which is run by his mother Malory. His mother is a talented manipulator, and is particularly good at bending her son to her will. When Sterling isn't killing people for hire and defeating terrorists, he is drinking, engaging in irresponsible sex, playing lacrosse, racing fast cars, and wearning turtleneck sweaters. And that's tame compared to what his mother and co-workers do in their free time.
It all started in 1953 when George Sr. started selling a novelty item called the frozen banana. Business boomed and George Sr. parlayed his success into a huge real estate empire. Unfortunately, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission finally caught up to his creative accounting practices, and now he's facing serious prison time. His irresponsible wife Lucille takes on the CEO role, and his responsible son Michael Bluth tries to pick up the pieces. But given their completely dysfunctional family, it's not going to be easy.
Bojack Horseman starred as The Horse on the family comedy Horsin' Around from 1987-1996 , and since then he's struggled to land another hit due to his notoriously difficult attitude. Now he spends his time sharing his opinions with anyone who will listen. Oh, and drinking. A lot.
The essentially bankrupt Charlie Kelly spends most of his time drinking with "The Gang," his group of friends: Frank, Dennis, Dee, and Mac. They are all co-owners of Paddy's Pub, a scummy Philadelphia bar. It's not a very successful business, but at least it's a place for them to hang out and drink for free. Frank, who is old enough to be everyone's father, knows how to plan a good con and often takes the lead role in planning hustles to help them get by financially.
Freaks and Geeks, set in a suburban high school in the 1980s, is a tale of two groups: the "freaks" and the "geeks." Linsey Weir is caught in the middle, as a star member of the Mathletes at McKinley High School before she started to associate with the "freaks." She sums up her dilemma: "All my new friends think I'm some goody-two-shoes, and all my old friends think I'm throwing my life away. What the hell am I supposed to do?"
Gossip Girl follows the "Queen Bees" of Constance Billard School for Girls, an exclusive private school on the Upper East Side. Billard is known as a feeder school for Ivy League, so admission is prized among the wealthy families of Manhattan. Blair Waldorf and her friends have it all, and they want even more. With a shaky moral fiber, they'll go to great lengths to come out on top.