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

currently airing 18092021 thewonderyearsSunday 19/09/2021:

Teenage Euthanasia – This new Adult Swim stars Maria Bamford, Jo Firestone, Tim Robinson, and Bebe Neuwirth, and is about the owners of a funeral home in near-future Florida

Work In Progress – This semi-autobiographical Showtime comedy about an overweight gay woman continues its second season.

Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing – Another episode from the fourth series is on BBC2 at 8pm.

Last Week Tonight With John Oliver – This HBO show is on a break tonight but returns next week.

Monday:

The Big Leap – Is a new Fox dramedy about a fictitious reality tv show.

Bob Hearts Abishola – This comedy returns to CBS for another season.

The Neighborhood – Is back for another season CBS tonight as well.

Alma’s Not Normal – Sophie Willan’s comedy about an unusual family is on BBC2 at 10pm.

The Complaints Department – Comedy Central vomits up another panel show, with Jason Manford joined by Sarah Millican, Eshaan Akbar, Suzi Ruffell and Hal Cruttenden.

British As Folk – Proving that Dave are sadly all too capable of chucking together low budget comedy, Fern Brady, Darren Harriott and Ivo Graham travel around the UK to see if we’re all racist idiots.

Reservation Dogs – Is Taika Waititi’s new sitcom featuring an all-Indigenous cast and writing/directing staff that’s set on a reservation in Oklahoma.

Ultra City Smiths – This streamed on AMC+ in the Summer, and now gets a weekly outing on AMC.

Tuesday:

Never Mind The Buzzcocks – Returns to our screens on Sky Max, with Greg Davis hosting.

Robot Chicken – Its latest season airs on Adult Swim at midnight.

Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled – Alan invites Andy Field, Geoff Lloyd, Lou Sanders and Guz Khan to converse with the annoying host.

Back To Life – The fourth episode of the second series of this post prison sitcom from Daisy Haggard is on BBC1 at 10.35pm.

The Holden Girls: Mandy & Myrtle – An e4 mockumentary, this sees Amanda Holden supposedly move in with her grandmother (Leigh Francis).

Wednesday:

The Wonder Years – The remake of the much loved nostalgic comedy starts on abc at 8.30pm.

The Conners – Returns to abc with a live episode.

The Goldbergs – Is another abc sitcom returning tonight.

Home Economics – Also returns to abc.

Dear White People – Returns for it’s final season and is now said to be a musical.

Doogie Kamealoha, M.D. – This remake of Doogie Howser M.D. starring Peyton Elizabeth Lee is on Disney+ today.

Archer – Continues its 12th season, the final one with Jessica Walter as Mallory.

Awkwafina Is Nora From Queens – The second season continues on Comedy Central at 10pm.

What If…? – Is the latest Marvel series, an animated mix of action, drama and comedy which takes a look at stories from alternative universes.

Turner & Hooch – This sort of sequel comedy sees Tom Hanks’ character’s son team up with a dog and solve crimes in this new Disney+ series.

Rhod Gilbert’s Growing Pains – Gilbert’s panel show is on Comedy Central from 9pm.

Code 404 – The second series of this very British Robocop spoof is on Sky Comedy at 10pm.

Thursday:

Ahir Shah: Dots – Shah’s comedy special drops on HBO Max today.

Code 404 – This British sort of Robocop spoof gets an outing in the US on Peacock.

That Girl Lay Lay – A Family comedy, this begins on Nickoldeon in the US.

The Harper House – Is a new animated comedy on Paramount+ about a man who has recently fallen on hard times and has moved into a historic home in small-town Arkansas.

The Premise – B.J.Novak’s anthology series continues on Hulu.

Tacoma FD – This fireman comedy is on truTv tonight.

The Other Two – The final two episodes of season 2 of this great comedy about two non-famous siblings and their now well known Mother drop on HBO Max.

Star Trek: Lower Decks – Its second season continues on Paramount+.

Taskmaster – Returns to Channel 4 for its latest series, with Alan Davies, Desiree Burch, Guz Khan, Morgana Robinson and Victoria Coren Mitchell all taking part.

Joe Lycett’s Got Your Back – The comedian’s consumer rights show is on Channel 4 at 8pm.

A League Of Their Own – This panel show is on Sky One at 9pm.

Comedy Legends – This documentary series sees Barry Cryer examining Will Ferrell’s career.

The Russell Howard Hour – Its fifth series is on Sky Max at 10pm.

The Scotts – Robert Florence and Iain Connell star as two brothers in this BBC Scotland sitcom at 10pm.

Q.I. – Series S is on BBC2 at 10pm.

Late Night Mash – This new version of The Mash Report is on Dave at 10pm.

Friday:

The Starling – Melissa McCarthy’s comedy about a woman who makes gardening in to a kind of therapy drops on Netflix.

Mr Corman – Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s Apple Tv+ dramedy sees the actor star as a failed musician who’s now a teacher.

Ted Lasso – This still good but not as great as it was AppleTv+ comedy sees Jason Sudekis as a football manager who has to help a struggling team return to the Premiership.

The Cleaner – A brand new BBC1 sitcom, it stars Greg Davies as a crime scene cleaner.

The Last Leg – Is back on Channel 4 with this it’s 23rd series.

Saturday:

Spitting Image – A new episode is available from 9am on Britbox.

Alex Finch.
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