With Netflix taking over the entertainment world, major networks are pulling out all the stops to compete with the internet behemoth. Thanks to this increased competition, there’s never been a more diverse collection of comedies as the ones coming this fall, so let’s take a look at some new programs, as well as a couple returning favorites, that you can watch this fall through services such as Reserve Telecommunications.
Over the years Kevin James has managed to gradually become one of the kings of Comedy. He even somehow managed to convince America that movies about mall cops can be entertaining and hilarious. After proving his worth as a leading man in Hollywood, James is getting ready to make a comeback on the back on the small screen in Kevin Can Wait, his CBS follow up to The King of Queens. This hilarious new show “Kevin Can Wait” premieres September 19. Now that is definitely something to put on your calendar.
Gone are Danny Glover and Mel Gibson in this reboot of the hit 80’s buddy cop comedy/action series starring Damon Wayans and Clayne Crawford. This is definitely going to be a show that you won’t want to miss! They may even try to include the iconic line “I’m too old for this…” that’s been a staple of the franchise. The new remake of this series will premiere on September 21
NBC’s hit comedy Superstore returns on September 22 for its second season, and is primed to become an even bigger breakout hit than it was during its first season. It’s not quite The Office, but Superstore has managed to capture that similar vibe of relatable workplace humor, substituting the sterile office with the life draining ordeal of working retail. This is one show that will keep you laughing for hours!
Netflix will premiere the second season of the newly renamed Lovesick on November 17. Featuring a premise that is the nightmare of any single guy with a healthy sex life. Lovesick will no doubt benefit from the increased exposure that Netflix is sure to give it. If you have Netflix this may definitely want to be a show worth checking out.
Bob’s Burgers is not just the funniest animated program on Fox, but it’s also the best cartoon comedy on television. H. Jon Benjamin, Eugene Mirman and Kristen Schaal continue to be the best ensemble cast, and they’ll all return for a seventh season on September 25. You won’t want to miss it!
Overall, whether you’re looking for a workplace comedy, some risque adult humor, or some animated hi-jinx, this fall’s TV schedule has something for every kind of comedy lover.