This smart, funny, warm, pitch-perfect British sitcom about a group of young Muslim women who start a punk band is totally refreshing, a lot of fun, and streaming on Peacock right now.
If you’re not too tired for subtitles, this fluffy confection of a French TV show will hit the post-bedtime spot. Super light, this 30-minute comedy is like Sex and the City with a French accent.
You’re telling me you haven’t watched Better Things yet? Stop everything and go catch up on Pamela Adlon’s magnum opus, which circles motherhood, daughterhood, and everything therein and beyond. It is pure genius.
Also known in our house as “the pirate show,” Our Flag Means Death is hard to categorize but I think it’s mostly a romance? Taika Waititi plays Blackbeard and, well, I don’t know what else to tell you except that you should watch it if you haven’t, and I’m jealous that you get to watch it for the first time.
Technically this is not a half-hour TV show — even better, it’s shorter! This quiet, gentle, unique, funny, weird, meditative Adult Swim show will win your heart in many tiny, perfect episodes.
Before you can dive into Season 3 — which just came out in February after a 12-year hiatus — you’ll need to get spun up on this ultra-fun, cult-favorite starring Adam Scott, Jane Lynch, and Lizzy Caplan. Are we having fun yet?!
I will watch anything Michaela Coel puts out into the world. Like all of Coel's work, Chewing Gum is a little frenetic, but it's also brilliant, totally fresh, and hilarious. You've never seen a show quite like this — promise.
Somehow, this half-hour Hulu gem has flown under the radar. This Fool tells the story of Julio, who works at Hugs Not Thugs, a gang rehabilitation non-profit in South Central Los Angeles. It’s funny, heart-warming, and fresh.
Toast of London is Matt Berry — you might know him from What We Do In The Shadows — at his Matt Berry-est. The show is about a washed up British actor and is absurd and hilarious. It might take a few episodes to get hooked, but once you’re in, you’re in.