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The best series to laugh beyond Friends


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On May 6, 2004, the last episode of Friends. More than 50 million people saw the episode that day, a figure that increased as it was released in other countries of the world. In Spain it was broadcast by Canal +, who, seeing the success of the series, went from broadcasting it openly in its debut, on November 27, 1997, to making it its flagship, with thematic nights dedicated to the (encoded) premiere of each new season . But It has been more than 17 years since a scene from the famous TV series has been shot on Stage 24 from Warner Bros. Studios in Los Angeles, renamed the series. It is time to turn the page, stop following the adventures of Ross, Rachel, Chandler, Monica, Joey y Phoebe from one platform to another (they are on HBO right now) and give other American comedy series a chance. To facilitate the transition, we even offer humorous series whose title has not been translated in our country either.

Community (Netflix)

You don’t have to be perfect to be fun. Y what can be a punishment can end up changing your life. This is what happens to Jeff Winger (Joel McHale), a lawyer whose title is invalidated and joins the fictitious University of Greendale, Colorado, a Spanish study group. For six seasons and 110 episodes, actors of the level of Alison Brie, Danny Pudi | or a recovered Chevy Chase, one of the favorite actors of And Harmon, creator of the series and whose life is based on a good part of the refreshing and crazy daily adventures that give this production a special touch.

Modern Family (Disney +)

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If any series has followed in the footsteps of Friends in going from one platform to another, it is this production created by Christopher Lloyd Y Steve Levitan, that with its false documentary format revolutionized the genre of sitcoms. Over 11 seasons and 250 episodes, the show traces the ups and downs of the great patriarch, Jay Pritchett (Ed O’Neill), their two children Claire Dunphy (Julie Bowen) y Mitchell Pritchett (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) and their respective offspring pairs (and in part, great attractions of the show): Phil Dunphy (Ty Burrell), Cameron Tucker (Eric Stonestreet) and Gloria Delgado (Sofa Vergara).

Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Netflix)

The tug of war between promising but immature detective Jake Peralta (Andy Samberg) and tough veteran Captain Raymond Holt (Andre Braugher) at the fictitious Brooklyn 99 Police Station came to an end on May 10, 2018, when Fox canceled the series after five seasons. But his many followers didn’t even have time to protest. The next day, NBC bought the series and keeps it until 2021, where The eighth and final season will be broadcast, in which critics and the public hope that it will maintain the chemistry of its numerous cast and the freshness and agility of its plots.

The Office (Amazon Prime Video)

Yes, they, the protagonists of The Office, They are the ones that appear in the thousand and one gifs and memes that appear day and day also in WhatsApp and Telegram chats. Si Michael Scott (Steve Carell), Dwight Schrute (Rainn Wilson) and Kevin Malone (Brian Baumgartner) appear so often on the mobiles of half humanity it is because the humor of the nine-season series created by Greg Daniels, focused on embarrassing situations, the kind that embarrass others, they have turned it into a cult series on a planetary scale, enhanced by the charisma of eccentric characters who love or hate each other.

The Big Bang Theory (Amazon Prime Video

The series that normalized the geekiness is the natural heir to Friends in terms of creating such familiarity with characters that it allows intuit where to throw each of them in each situation, when not to repeat directly what you are going to say if the chapter in question has already been seen. The sitcom created by Chuck Lorre (scriptwriter, director and producer who deserves his own report) consecrate the career of Jim Parsons, Kaley Cuoco and, to a lesser extent, Johnny Galecki. They were Sheldon, Penny and Leonard, pillars of a series in which physical theories and pop culture came together in 279 episodes and 12 seasons that earned 52 Emmy nominations.

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