5 sitcoms you can’t miss on NetFlix

By June 18, 2018Entertainment

TL;DR – Hello NetFlix Asia, can we have How I met your mother and The Big Bang Theory already?

Too busy to chase a drama? Too stressed out at work? Why not just take 30 minutes of your time each day to catch one of these classic sitcoms on NetFlix? Here’s our pick!


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Ross loves Rachel, Rachel Loves Ross, rinse and repeat. If you didn’t catch this classic on our good old Channel 5 back in the 90s, this is the time. If you caught it and loved it, I’m sure you will do it again anyway. It might date some 20 years back but it is still relevant today despite some people on the Internet calling it out as offensive now because of the racial and sexual stereotypes. C’mon guys, it’s a sitcom.

That ’70s Show 

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This show is about a bunch of teenagers doing teenager things which include getting into trouble with their parents and getting high. Watch this show and you will realise how good old Ashton Kutcher looks like he has never aged a day. How is that possible?!

Brooklyn Nine-nine

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NINE-NINE! This show almost got canned a few weeks ago at the end of season 5 but was rescued by NBC within 31 hours. It’s a sitcom about a group of cops solving silly cases. And yes, that’s Adam Samberg from Lonely Island so expect nothing less from this wacky actor.


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Although listed as a drama by NetFlix, this 7-season show runs at 30 minutes per episode. It brings you through the life of a washed-up writer trying to get his life straight. Yes, he tried for seven whole seasons. This show is funny and yet inspiring at the same time. It’s a show that every writer or inspiring writer should catch and would be able to relate to.

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Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

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Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is back with Season 4! This might not be a classic or a very well-known sitcom yet but it sure will put a smile on your face especially with Kimmy’s never-say-die attitude.


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