These shows feature comedy, romance, and drama, among other things.
Schitt's Creek came to the world and won the hearts of viewers like no other program had in a very long time, according to New Delhi. The erstwhile rich Rose family is followed throughout the series as they adjust to their loss of wealth and move to Schitt's Creek, a little town they had bought on a whim and forgotten about. The program has developed a cult following thanks to some iconic comic brilliance moments that are also seasoned with themes of love and compassion. If you're one of the millions of Schitt's Creek lovers, we're delighted to announce that there are still more programs like this one that will make you grin.
Here is a list of programs that you will undoubtedly enjoy if Schitt's Creek appeals to you.
You will adore the three families who make up Modern Family if you believe the Rose family is the epitome of eccentricity and humor. The series follows the lives of Jay Pritchett, his children Claire and Mitchell, and their families. It is streamable on Disney + Hotstar. The show addresses important topics including the legal status of immigrants, teen pregnancies, homosexuality, and adoption with a lot of humor and affection.
Kim's Convenience, a Netflix original documentary, follows the Korean-Canadian Kim family's existence. They own a convenience shop in Toronto, which gives the show its name. Through the calming perspective of comedy, the series explores the challenges that an immigrant family could encounter as well as the complexities of familial connections.
Grace & Frankie is the tale of two women who have been viewed as rivals by other people and themselves for a very long time. But when they learn that their husbands have fallen in love and want to get married, the competitors forge an odd relationship. After the initial shock wears off, the now-ex-wives bond, and what comes next is a lovely and amusing adventure for two friends. Watch it for the incredible acting chemistry between Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin.
In the film Shameless, a single father who is also an alcoholic struggle to support his six children and himself. The show's dismal premise does not keep it from being an engaging comedy. The dysfunctional family's children look after their father, who is often either drunk, high on drugs, or looking for mischief in between giggles and amusing jokes.
Sarabhai vs. Sarabhai, the most well-known Indian family drama, has been a cult favorite since it debuted on television in 2004. The sitcom covers the lives of the senior Sarabhai pair, played by Satish Shah and Ratna Pathak Shah, and the younger Sarabhai couple, played by Sumeet Raghavan and Rupali Ganguly, along with everyone's favorite Roses Sarabhai (Rajesh Kumar).
Keep this list nearby for an enjoyable weekend binge.