sitcom


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Synonyms for sitcom

a humorous drama based on situations that might arise in day-to-day life

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a humorous television program based on situations that could arise in everyday life

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In which US sitcom did the central star sing the theme Tossed Salad and Scrambled Eggs?
The sitcom, as a long-form drama, is a genre that echoes the audience's keen interest in local stories that are readily available and relatable.
She said: "I watched a whole load of sitcoms again for that and it reminded me how many amazing moments we've had.
In 2001, the first wave of Egyptian sitcoms emerged with "Shabab Online," (Teens Online), the local version of popular American series "Friends.
CTV also commissioned a pilot for "Dan for Mayor," a sitcom starring "Corner Gas" costar Fred Ewanuick and created by "Corner Gas" writer-producers Mark Farrell, Paul Mather and Kevin White.
According to the formula, Only Fools And Horses is the funniest sitcom of all time, with 696 points, followed by The Office and Father Ted
It is important to point out that the only ones facing the off-net sitcom problem are TV stations that used to be independent and are now part of station groups and affiliated with smaller networks; in effect, more than 300 TV stations nationwide.
Hey, if someone actually decides to turn Bear Cub into a regular sitcom, I'll even kick in the title: Bearly Tolerable.
The sitcom is a form with clear genre characteristics which are easily understood by audiences, and which have structured the genre since it first developed.
Dawn presents this look at the world of the sitcom.
You tend to recall the funny bits" of a sitcom, notes Kelley.
EVERYONE loves a laugh, and a good TV sitcom will give you just that.
Send two 1990s teenagers back into a 1950s sitcom and what do you get?
On the one hand, they do indeed diverge radically from the classic professional career/family-based sitcom we have come to know and love/hate.
Black-oriented prime-time network series date back over 40 years, with Beulah (1950-1953), the sitcom about a chubby maid that starred Ethel Waters.