The comedy genre has outgrown itself a lot with the passing of time. Today most British and American shows are made in the comedy category. The new genre has emerged known as “Dramedy” which contains drama with comedy that contains dramatic events happening in characters’ life, though, dealt with complete laughter and entertainment. Many shows are being produced with the same genre.
Barry earns in his life through killing. His life takes a turn when he ends in an acting class while looking for his next target. Astonishingly, Barry finds his new gig so interesting that he gets ready to leave his previous life behind.
2. Freaks And Geeks
In the 1980s, a misfit high-school student and his friends are certainly destined to become new media millionaires, but for the time being, they’re stuck in school, where all the girls are a foot taller and bullies terrorize the gym class. Meanwhile, his older sister is flirting with dope-smoking bad boys, skipping classes, and questioning the value of good grades.
3. BoJack Horseman
BoJack Horseman struggles with his deteriorating popularity, depression, addiction, and maintaining relationships with those he cares about after starring in the popular sitcom “Horsin’ Around” in the late 1980s and early 1990s, all while living in the satirical, pun-filled city of Hollywood, California.
An 18-year-old Sam Gardner, on the autism spectrum, decides to finally make a girlfriend as he enters university life. The show portrays the depth of autism and the life of people living around that person. It provides a thoughtful perception and funny perspective about the topic which most people choose to ignore.
5. The Marvelous Mrs Maisel
In 1958, a housewife, Mrs. Maiden discover having a knack for stand-up comedy. Therefore, she decides to pursue a career in it. Midge is a cheerleading wife to her husband, who dreams of making a career in stand-up as well. However, Mrs. Maiden’s life is left unpraised when her husband decides to leave her for another woman.