The 35 best comedies to watch on Netflix right now – The Sun
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IN times of uncertainty and panic, the best medicine is being able to laugh and forget what's happening – even if it's temporary relief.
There's no need to look any further than this roundup of the best comedies to watch on Netflix right now.
1. Dolemite is my Name
A floundering comedian Rude Ray Moore (Eddie Murphy) has an epiphany that turns him into an overnight sensation.
After deciding he's going to step on stage as someone else in 1970's Los Angeles, he assumes a different persona with a gaudy suit and a cane.
Although his plans are halted after his alter ego is deemed too racy for mainstream media, expect plenty of laughs throughout his fall from grace.Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 97%
2. After Life
3. Sex Education
4. Brooklyn Nine-Nine
5. Bojack Horseman
Animation about Bojack (Will Arnett) who is a failed legendary 90's sitcom star from the family sitcom Horsin? Around.
He's trying to find his way through self-loathing, whisky and failed relationships – and yes, he is a cartoon horse.
However, now in the presence of his human sidekick and his feline agent, Bojack is planning his ultimate comeback.
An insightful story follows about the runaway box office smash in this satirical animated series.
Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 95%
6. Good Girls
7. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
After living in a cult for 15 years, a woman has to start life again in New York City.
This comedy series follows a woman who is determined to be seen as something other than a victim after 15 years being held against her will by a Reverend.
She quickly befriends people who are more street-wise and gains a job as a nanny, but her new acquaintances prove to be just as wacky as her fellow captives..
Executive Produced by Tina Fey. Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 96%
8. The Incredible Jessica James
An aspiring writer (Jessica Williams) is getting over a painful breakup by bonding with a man who is going through the exact same thing.
A romantic comedy that showcases a fiercely independent woman who details her breakup to a man in the throes of divorce.
After they spend the night together they go on a series of dates where they detail their past relationships, only to realise that they should be focusing on their newfound love for each other.Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 88%
9. Police Academy
The classic Police Academy shows police recruits being put through their paces as they join the force and battle to uphold order in a crime-plagued city.
The chaos begins when the mayor announces that he desperately needs to increase the police force and is willing to let anyone be admitted to the city's police academy.
The prestigious and disciplined school becomes a place full of all manner of chaotic individuals.Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 64%
10. The Edge of Seventeen
A coming-of-age comedy made in the same vein as The Breakfast Club and Sixteen Candles.
Everyone knows siblings can be annoying, even more so when you have to go to the same high school and especially when they begin dating your best friend.
Nadine (Hailee Steinfeld) experiences this first hand when her handsome older brother, who is seemingly perfect, decides to date her best friend.
Feeling friendless and more alone than ever she strikes up a friendship with her crush, which gives her a glimmer of hope.
Battling all of life's problems with a well-meaning but largely absent mother and a history teacher who becomes a reluctant mentor, Nadine learns about herself and what life can be.Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 94%