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Louie stars Louie C.K.—who also writes, directs, edits, and produces the show—portraying a fictionalized version of himself. The series benefits from?C.K.'s typically irreverent stand-up comedy, but it's the raw-meets-absurd treatment of the life of a father and divorc&?eacute; living in contemporary New York City that kept viewers watching.
Workaholics features three recent college dropouts, Adam, Anders, and Blake. They live together in a house in Rancho Cucamonga. They basically see their house as a place to throw parties that happens to have a bed in it. As long as there's a roof to smoke and drink on, and neighbors to mess with, they're happy.
Silicon Valley revolves the employees of a start-up called Pied Piper who live together in a bachelor pad known as the Hacker Hostel, where witty, nerdy banter is constantly flying across the living room. A lossless compression algorithm could make them all billionaires, but they have to learn to play the game in time to beat a rival's well-funded Pied Piper rip-off.
A virus has wiped out seemingly all of humanity, and after a two-year Winnebago tour of America, Phil Miller deems himself the "last man on earth." The human race seems to be in trouble with Phil as the only male left, but hopefully he can rise to the occasion. After he meets Carol Pilbasian, he gets a new lease on life discovering he's not alone.
Dev Shaw, a 30-year-old New York actor, is single and navigating the messiness of modern love and dating. That runs the gamut from older married women to girls who only date him for the free food. He had one awkward night with a girl named Rachel, though, and he might want to pursue that more?
Portlandia is a satirical sketch comedy television series, which is set and filmed in Portland, Oregon. It stars Carrie Brownstein and former Saturday Night Live cast member Fred Armisen as various eccentric characters, including a feminist bookstore owner, former professional musician, and wealthy suburbanites who frankly don't do much in Portlandia.
Better Call Saul is set six years before Saul Goodman meets Walter White. We meet him when the man who will become Saul Goodman is known as Jimmy McGill, a small-time lawyer searching for his destiny, and, more immediately, hustling to make ends meet. Working alongside, and, often, against Jimmy, is "fixer" Mike Erhmantraut.
Trevor Noah and The World's Fakest News Team tackle the biggest stories in news, politics and pop culture.
Aspiring entrepreneurs pitch various business ideas to "The Sharks": tough, self-made, multi-millionaire and billionaire tycoons. The prize is landing an investment.
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.
Saved by the Bell follows five best friends during their time at Bayside High School in Los Angeles. The show covered all walks of high school life, from Zack Morris, the consummate schemer and rabble rouser to A.C. Slater, the amiable jock, to Screech the lovable geek, to Jessie Spano the feminist scholar, to Kelly Kapowski the teenage dream girl. At its best, the show was aspirational, showing a school that had almost zero ties to reality, and seemed to exist in some happier Day-glo universe. You either knew people like them, or you wanted to.
Key & Peele stars Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele, both former cast members of MADtv. The series follows the stars through sketches about racist superheroes, ridiculously named NFL players, and much more.
Westworld revolves around a futuristic theme park staffed by robots that help guests live out their fantasies. The park breaks down, however, and two guests taking a Wild West adventure find themselves stalked by a gun-slinging android.
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.