Currently Airing – Our Guide To All Of This Week’s Best UK & US Tv Comedy

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Sunday 16/02/2020:

Duncanville – This brand new animated comedy is on Fox at 8.30pm, produced by Amy Poehler and Mike Scully it follows the adventures of a “spectacularly average” 15-year-old boy named Duncan, voiced by Poehler, while Rashida Jones, Ty Burrell, and Wiz Khalifa also star.

Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist – A new NBC musical comedy drama starring Jane Levy, this is a fair amount of fun and so we recommend watching it.

Last Week Tonight With John Oliver – Returns for more incisive satire on HBO at 11pm.

Kidding – This superb Jim Carrey comedy drama continues it’s second season on Showtime at 10pm.

Our Cartoon President – While this rather poor satire airs it’s third season on Showtime at 8.30pm.

Avenue 5 – Armando Iannucci’s latest tv comedy continues on HBO tonight, a sci-fi show with Hugh Laurie and Josh Gad, it’s a mixed affair but hopefully will improve.

Curb Your Enthusiasm – Another new episode airs tonight on HBO.

God Friended Me – Season 2 Episode 13 is on today.

Mike Tyson Mysteries – Three episodes of this Adult Swim show air this week.

Bob’s Burgers – Returns to Fox tonight.

The Simpsons – As does this.

Family Guy – And unfortunately this does too.

Monday:

The Expanding Universe of Ashley Garcia – This new family comedy is available to view on Netflix from today.

Inside No.9 – Continues it’s fifth series with an episode called Love’s Great Adventure, with Gabby French and Bobby Schofield joining Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton.

Cold Feet – Continues it’s ninth series on ITV1 at 9pm.

Roast Battle – Tonight izzle Kicks’ Jordan Stephens, Dane Baptiste, Luke McQueen and Lou Sanders are those taking part in the show.

This Country – The show’s third and final series gets an airing on BBC1 at 10.35pm.

Desus & Mero – An episode of this chat show is on today.

Ridiculousness – A new episode of this MTV series is on today and every night until Thursday.

Bob Hearts Abishola – A new episode of this CBS show is on this week.

The Neighborhood – And the same applies with this.

Tuesday:

8 Out Of 10 Cats – There’s another episode of this panel show on e4 at 9pm.

Miracle Workers – This anthology comedy continues it’s second series with Daniel Radcliffe and Steve Buscemi once again starring in it.

Schitt’s Creek – The final season of the show continues on Pop tonight.

Kim’s Convenience – Season 4 continues tonight in the US.

Black-Ish – A new episode is on ABC next week.

Mixed-Ish – And the same applies with this.

Bless This Mess – And this

The Connors – And this surprisingly not too bad now Roseanne-less spin-off.

Wednesday:

Good Omens – The final episode is on BBC2 at 9pm.

Home – The second series of this Channel 4 comedy about a refugee is on at 10pm.

Hypothetical – This week the guests are Tom Allen, Felicity Ward, Sue Perkins and Alex Brooker.

Awkwafina Is Nora From Queens – This pretty superb new sitcom starring Awkwafina as a slacker struggling to find a purpose in life is on Comedy Central at 10.30pm.

68 Whiskey – Considered to be a modern day M*A*S*H this continues on Paramount tonight.

Year Of The Rabbit – Gets an airing in the US from tonight, with it being on IFC at 10.30pm.

Single Parents – A new episode is on ABC this week.

Schooled – And the same applies with this.

The Goldbergs – And this.

Modern Family – And this too.

Full Frontal With Samantha Bee – Returns to TBS on March 4th.

Thursday:

Brooklyn Nine-Nine – Continues on NBC tonight.

Will & Grace – Coming to an end soon, this is also on NBC this evening.

Superstore – As is this.

Indebted – And this new show is too, with Adam Pally and Abby Elliott as a young married couple raising a pair of kids.

Everything’s Gonna Be Okay – The seventh of ten episodes of this great new comedy from Pls Like Me’s Josh Thomas is on Freeform today.

Impractical Jokers – Is on TruTv at 10pm.

Outmatched – This new Fox comedy stars Jason Biggs and Maggie Lawson, and is on at 8.30pm.

Last Man Standing – Tim Allen’s rubbish sitcom is on Fox at 8pm.

Mom – This CBS show is on tonight.

grown-ish – As is this ABC show.

The Unicorn – And the same applies with this.

Young Sheldon – And this.

Carol’s Second Act – And this too.

The Russell Howard Hour – Another hour of topical comedy is on Sky One at 10pm.

Celebability – The fourth series of this ITV2 show continues.

Fern Brady Goes Viral – On BBC One Scotland at 11pm, the second episode of this new series sees the talented comedian make online videos.

Friday:

Gentefied – A bilingual dramedy focusing on a Mexican-American family in L.A.’s Boyle Heights neighbourhood , it’s produced by America Ferrera and on Netflix in full from today.

This Week at the Comedy Cellar – Is back for another series on Comedy Central at 11pm.

Fresh Off The Boat – Returns to ABC tonight.

High Maintenance – Continues another season on HBO at 11pm.

Would I Lie To You? – It’s another best of the unseen bits episode this week on BBC1 at 9pm.

Intelligence – David Schwimmer and Nick Mohammed’s spy based sitcom starts on Sky One at 9pm, with two episodes airing tonight,

Bumps – A new BBC1 sitcom, this stars Amanda Redman and is all about a woman in her sixties.

QI – It’s a highlights special on BBC2 at 9.30pm.

Frankie Boyle’s Tour Of Scotland – Frankie travels to Ayr, explores the life of Scotland’s most famous Queen, and fucks about on some dodgems apparently, on BBC2 at 10pm.

The Last Leg – Is on Channel 4 at 10pm.

The Big Narstie Show – While this is on afterwards at 11pm.

Age Of Outrage – A BBC1 Wales sketch show, this is on at 11.25pm.

American Housewife – Is on a break and won’t be back on ABC until March 18th.

Saturday:

Whitmer Thomas: The Golden One – This comedy special is on HBO at 10pm.

Saturday Night Live – Is on a break until the 29th of February, with John Mulaney hosting and David Byrne providing the music.

Recommended Recently Aired Series:

High Fidelity – We’ve yet to see it but hear good things about this new adaptation of Nick Horby’s book.

Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet – A new series from It’s Always Sunny veterans Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day, and Megan Ganz about the employees of a video game developer, it’s on Apple Tv+ and all nine episodes are available to view.

Bojack Horseman – The final ever episodes are now on Netflix, it wasn’t the best ever season but it was pretty bloody great nonetheless.

The Good Place – The series is now over, and life will never be joyful again. Or for a few weeks at the very least.

Joe Pera Talks With You – This gloriously gentle and incredibly lovable Adult Swim has now finished it’s second season.

Sex Education – This acclaimed Netflix series is enormous fun and definitely worth watching.

Grace and Frankie – Another new season of the show is on Netflix in full.

Medical Police – A spin-off of Adult Swim’s Childrens Hospital, we’ve now finished watching this and it was an absolute delight.

AJ and The Queen – A Netflix comedy starring RuPaul, the reviews so far have suggested it’s pretty great.

Alex Finch.
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